No. 1 USC Men's Tennis Wins University's 100th National Championship
The No. 1 Men's Tennis team beat the No. 2 Oklahoma Sooners 4-2 to win the national championship, USC's 100th and the team's fifth national championship in six years.
The Trojans were down 2-0, but got on the board with a singles win from junior Yannick Hanfmann. Senior captain Ray Sarmiento tied the match up. The Trojans took a 3-2 lead with a singles win from junior Eric Johnson, while sophomore Max de Vroome clinched the 4-2 victory for the Trojans.
Sarmiento was named the NCAA tournament's Most Valuable Player, winning his third national championship in four years.
The Trojans finished the season with a 32-3 record.
The team's title win brings USC's national championship total to 100. They are ranked third all-time in NCAA titles. UCLA is first with 110, followed by Stanford with 105.