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CUBuffs.com: Buffs Drop 4-1 Decision To Undefeated Kansas (Tennis)

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    Colorado fell 4-1 to undefeated Kansas on Sunday.
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    LAWRENCE, Kan. - Colorado's bid for an upset of undefeated Kansas came up just short as the Jayhawks defeated CU 4-1 in Lawrence, Kan., on Sunday. It was the second setback of the weekend for the Buffaloes, but head coach Nicole Kenneally was pleased with her team's effort.

    "You want to walk away from a road trip going 2-0," Kenneally said. "This weekend that didn't happen. We had a lot of great things come out of this weekend. It was our best weekend of competition so far. It may not show in the scores, but we're playing great tennis. We played two solid teams. When you look at the process, the process is going really well."

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    Sunday marks the first time this season the Buffs have lost consecutive matches as they dropped to 3-4 overall. KU improved to 6-0 on the season as the Jayhawks look to move into the national rankings.

    "It's important that we're getting better every match," Kenneally. "That's what we need to continue to see. If we see that, good things are going to happen. I really like the fight that we had today after a disappointing loss on Friday night."

    CU will be back in action on Friday at Northern Colorado.
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    Tough weekend for the tennis team, with 2 tough losses in Kansas against teams that, based on individual set scores (and losing after going out to a 3-0 lead against KSU) were winnable.

    But, it's early in the season, so they just need to get back on the horse and take it to Northern Colorado this Friday.
     

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