Blue Raiders Begin Play in Arizona
Peers leads freshmen on Friday.November 9, 2007 · MT Media Relations
Freshman Kyle Wishing fell to Juan Carlos Rebaza of Arizona State 6-1, 6-1 to begin the tournament.
Peers rebounded in the second round of singles play defeating Auburn's Alex Petropolous 6-3, 6-2.
Peers will play the 40th ranked player in the country on Saturday.
In the first round of consolation play, Wishing lost his match with Arkansas' Tyler Taransky 6-4, 7-4.
Also in consolation play, Davison fell to Arizona State's Murilo Souza 6-3, 6-0.
In doubles action, Peers paired up with Brandon Joost of Arkansas to defeated Gustave Diep and Jom Brouleau of New Mexico State 8-3.
Davison and Wishing fell to Arizona State's T.J. Bellama and Rebaza 8-2.
Play at the Thunderbird Invitational will continue on Saturday morning and run through Sunday.
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