The Basics

The 26th-ranked Oklahoma State's men’s tennis team (11-3 overall) will look to bounce back following a 4-2 loss to No. 20 Memphis on March 2. Prior to falling to the Tigers, The Pokes were riding high with a seven-match winning streak in the month of February. The Cowboys will look to get back in the win column at home against an ITA top-15 opponent in 14th-ranked San Diego on Sunday at 1 p.m. CT, before facing off with No. 67 Tulsa on Tuesday at 5 p.m. CT.

OSU boasts an 11-3 record, the same record the Pokes held at this time a season ago. The Greenwood Tennis Center remains a hostile environment for opponents, with OSU owning a 116-34 all-time record, and a 9-2 mark this season.

Following the Action

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In The Rankings

Oklahoma State appeared at No. 26 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's latest rankings.

OSU's court one player, Tyler Zink, checked in at No. 26 in singles. The graduate senior owns the second-most wins on the team, with all matches recorded on the featured court. He has two ranked wins to add to his resume, including a victory over Middle Tennessee State's No. 25 Leo Raquin.

Alex Garcia was slotted at No. 62 in the latest rankings. He is tied for third on the team in singles wins, with two of his three losses to ranked opponents.

The Cowboys also earned a ranking on the doubles side. Zink and Isaac Becroft appeared 28th, going 8-2 in the fall, securing four matches in a row to win the ITA Fall Regionals in Stillwater.

Series History

San Diego: The all-time series record is tied at five apiece between the Toreros and the Cowboys. The last meeting was an Oklahoma State 4-1 victory at the Greenwood Tennis Center in 2020.

Tulsa: A familiar foe, the Pokes are 46-16 all time against the Golden Hurricane. Oklahoma State claimed five of its last seven against Tulsa, including two wins in the 2021 campaign. The Cowboys fell in the 2023 meeting, but the last time Tulsa beat OSU twice in a row was 2013 and 2014.

Streaks & Trends

  • Oklahoma State is 11-3
  • In OSU wins, it is outscoring opponents, 62-9
  • The Cowboys have the second-most wins in the Big 12 Conference, only behind Baylor (12).
  • OSU is 116-34 all time at the Greenwood Tennis Center, including a 9-2 mark this season
  • The Pokes are 58-17 in singles matchups
  • Five Cowboys remain unbeaten in singles
  • 10 Cowboys have tallied a win in singles play
  • In singles, four Cowboys have beat ranked opponents
  • Isaac Becroft leads the team with an 11-0 record
  • Court three remains perfect with an 12-0 mark in singles
  • The Cowboys have tallied seven out of their last eight doubles points
  • Eight different doubles pairings have notched a win
  • The duo of Alessio Basile and Isaac Becroft hold the team lead with eight doubles wins.
  • Tyler Zink and Alex Garcia are 7-2 on court one in doubles, with one loss to Drake's 48th-ranked doubles pairing
  • OSU is 24-11 in doubles matchups

A Pair of Oklahoma State Wins Would...

  • Improve its record to 13-3
  • Give it the most wins in the Big 12 conference
  • Make it 9-1 in its last 10 matches
  • Give it a 6-5 series advantage against San Diego
  • Make it 47-16 all time against Tulsa

Becroft Brilliance

  • Senior Isaac Becroft is 11-0 in singles
  • He has tallied three victories on court two
  • Eight of his wins came on court three
  • A win would mark the best start for a Cowboy since Lucas Gerch in 2014
  • The New Zealand native dropped a ranked opponent, Middle Tennessee State's No. 105 Ondrej Horak
  • Becroft and his partner Alessio Basile hold a team-high eight wins in doubles, all on court two
  • The pairing has won seven matches in a row

E. Schiesty

  • Freshman Erik Schiessl is 8-0 in singles
  • He is 5-0 on court four and 3-0 on court five
  • Six out of his eight wins have come in straight-set fashion
  • The Nuremberg, Germany, native earned a straight-set victory over Texas' No. 82 Cleeve Harper