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Aggie tennis swept by Baylor

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Sophomore Arthur Rinderknech stretches to return the ball. 

The No. 20 Texas A&M tennis team traveled to Houston for a face off with 14th-ranked Baylor Saturday, where the Aggies suffered a 0-4 sweep.
Baylor now moves their record to 6-0 this season, while A&M falls to 1-3.
The day started with the Bears’ doubles team of Jimmy Bendeck and Will Little defeating Jordi Arconada and Max Lunkin.
A&M would continue its downward slide as Juan Benitez and Constantin Frantzen topped Aleksandre Bakshi and AJ Catanzariti.
Baylor finished the day with singles victories from Max Tchoutakian, Little, and Frantzen over Catanzariti, Bakshi, and Valentin Vacherot, respectively.
The Aggies’ next test will come when the Red Raiders of Texas Tech travel to College Station on Sunday. The meeting will be one of three final meets before SEC play begins against Florida on March 3.

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