Hunter Reese and Mikelis Libietis Staying Alive in NCAA Doubles

Hunter Reese and Mikelis Libietis team up today in the round of 16 of the NCAA doubles tournament.

The Vols were ousted in the team portion of the NCAA Tennis Championships by UCLA.  Reese and Libietis are looking to exact a measure of revenge today as they face off against UCLA's top doubles team.

2014 NCAA Doubles: Round 1 (via utsportstv)


The winner of this match advances to the quarterfinals.

Here is the doubles draw.

And here is a link to the exceedingly low quality video stream of the match, which just started.  Forgive the lack of notice.

Go Vols!

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