Pacific Men’s Tennis came back to action after a 12 day layoff to defeat the Nevada Wolf Pack 5-2. The 70th ranked Tigers started down 1-0 after losing the doubles point in a highly contested tiebreaker at the #1 spot. At the start of singles, the Tigers found themselves down on 4 of the 6 singles matches but weathered the storm to come back and win 5 of 6 singles matches. First off at #2 singles was Denis Stolyarov, followed by a three set win by Alex Hamilton on #5, a three set win by Daniel Alameh at #3, and a three set win to clinch the tie at #6 by Erik Cederwall. Ben Mirkin defeated his opponent at the #4 position in straight sets, while senior Alex Golding was defeated in straight sets at #1 singles. The Tigers now hold a 12-5 record with four conference matches to go and one non-conference match against Stanford before the Big West Conference Championships at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Go Tigers!