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SMITH COLUMN: Bulldogs battle rain, Crimson to advance

May 11, 2013


Neither rain, nor the Harvard Crimson, could keep the Mississippi State men's tennis team from reaching the NCAA Round of 16 for the first time since 2001 on Saturday afternoon.
The Bulldogs had to come back from losing the doubles point and waiting through two rain delays before catching fire in singles and taking the match over the Crimson 4-1 at Pitts Tennis Centre.

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