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Slideshow: Men’s tennis falls to No. 16 Texas A&M

Will Stein and Nick Chappell, two TCU sophomore tennis players took on the Texas A&M Aggies on February 2, 2013. Their skill and determination reflected true TCU spirit. (TCU Photo/Kaia Naftel) Arnau Dachs, TCU sophomore from Spain, was welcomed by TCU fans prior to his match against the Texas A&M tennis team. (TCU Photo/Kaia Naftel) Arnau Dachs, TCU sophomore from Spain, plays as one of his coaches views the match (background) on February 2, 2013. (TCU Photo/Kaia Naftel) Orlando Superlano, senior TCU tennis competitor, was welcomed by excited fans as he entered the court to face the Aggies on February 2, 2013. (TCU Photo/Kaia Naftel) Orlando Superlano, senior TCU tennis competitor, returned a pass by Texas A&M opposing players during the match on February 2, 2013. Superlano's successful pass put TCU in the lead. (TCU Photo/Kaia Naftel) Orlando Superlano (on left), TCU senior, and Arnau Dachs (on right), TCU sophomore, warmed up prior to facing the Texas A&M Aggies, Efferding and Stabo. (TCU Photo/Kaia Naftel)
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The men’s tennis team dropped a 6-1 decision against No. 16 Texas A&M on Saturday.

The 67th ranked Horned Frogs fell to 4-2 on the season with the loss while Texas A&M improved to 5-0.

TCU returns to action Feb. 5 when the team travels to No. 18 Stanford. 

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