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Originally published Sunday, February 17, 2013 at 9:31 PM

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Virginia, USC face off for title at UW

Seeds holding to form in tennis tournament

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Pretournament seedings are playing out perfectly at the ITA National Men's Team Indoor Championships at the Nordstorm Tennis Center.

Virginia, the top seed, will face USC, the No. 2 seed, for the title at noon Monday on the University of Washington campus. Both teams scored 4-3 victories Sunday, with Virginia beating fourth-seed Ohio State and USC topping third-seeded UCLA.

Top-seeded singles player Alex Domijan of Virginia edged No. 2 Peter Kobelt of Ohio State 6-3, 3-6, 7-5.

In a consolation match, host Washington was a 4-1 winner over Florida.


Natali Coronel was the only winner for the Washington women as they lost 6-1 to host Mississippi.


• Holding the lead three different times wasn't good enough for Washington as the Huskies (1-3) dropped a 7-5 decision to host UC Davis (3-1). Trevor Mutsui had three hits and an RBI for UW.

• A two-run double by Nick Tanielu in the seventh lifted Washington State (1-2) to a 4-1 victory over host Western Carolina (2-1).

• Gonzaga improved to 2-2 as Derek Callahan struck out six batters over seven innings as the Zags were 6-4 winners over Utah Valley (1-3) in Palm Springs, Calif.

• Seattle University (1-2) posted a 15-13 decision over host Santa Clara (2-1). Sean Narby went 4 for 5 with four RBI for SU.

• Central Washington (4-8) lost 14-3 to host Lewis-Clark State (7-1) in a tournament title game.


Bryana Walker fired a one-hitter as Washington (6-5) scored an 8-0 victory over UC Riverside (2-6) in San Diego.

• In Las Vegas, Oregon State (8-3) was a 6-2 winner over Seattle U (5-5).


• A second consecutive 295 enabled Washington to finish fourth at the Peg Barnard Invitational at Stanford, Calif. SooBin Kim topped UW with a 3-over 145.

• With three players shooting 74 to tie for second, Gonzaga took the first-day lead at the Folino Invitational in Industry Hills, Calif.


• Three Seattle rowers won at the World Indoor Rowing Championships in Boston. Luanne Mills, competing for Pocock Rowing Center of Seattle, took the women's title in the 70-74 age group. Ann Wopat of Lake Union Crew was the winner in the 55-59 age group. Robert Meenk of Lake Washington Rowing Club took the 50-54 lightweight division.

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