The Daily Sauce — May 15, 2022: FSU Men’s Tennis’ Run Ends with Sweet 16 Loss at Tennessee
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The Daily Sauce — May 15, 2022: FSU Men’s Tennis’ Run Ends with Sweet 16 Loss at Tennessee

It’s Sunday, Florida State fans.

As you relax a little bit more before Monday comes around, see what’s in The Daily Sauce.

Lead Story

A second straight road upset for Florida State men’s tennis was not in the cards on Saturday. The Seminoles’ season came to an end with a 4-0 loss to No. 6 Tennessee in the Sweet 16.

After taking the doubles point, the Volunteers took down FSU with three straight-set wins. Adam Walton clinched the dual for Tennessee with a 6-3, 7-5 win over FSU’s Loris Pourroy.

There were competitive sets along the way, but only Joshua Dous Karpenschif managed to win a set for the Seminoles. Sebastian Arcila and Maks Silagy also went down in straight sets for FSU.

FSU will settle for its first Sweet 16 appearance since 2009. Tennessee will face Baylor for a spot in the Final Four.

Between the Lines for May 14, 2022

Softball: (15) Clemson 6, (3) FSU 8 (ACC Championship)

Baseball: (6) Miami 8, (13) FSU 2

Track and field: ACC Outdoor Championships

Men’s tennis: (28) FSU 0, (6) Tennessee 4 (NCAA Tournament Sweet 16)

Baseball: No. 6 Miami 4, (13) FSU 6

On the Agenda for May 15, 2022

Baseball vs. No. 6 Miami, 12 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Rolling News and Notes

FSU men’s track and field won at the ACC Outdoor Championships, which completed Saturday. The FSU women finished third.

With its 8-6 win over Clemson on Saturday, FSU softball claimed its seventh ACC title in eight ACC Tournaments. Kalei Harding, Devyn Flaherty, Mack Leonard and Kathryn Sandercock were named to the ACC’s All-Tournament team.

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Mike Ferguson is the lead writer for Double Fries No Slaw and has more than 10 years of experience in online and print journalism. Mike graduated from Florida State University in 2009 and has had his work featured at numerous prominent publications such as Fox Sports, the Associated Press, Athlon Sports, Yahoo Sports and Sports Illustrated among others. Prior to joining Double Fries No Slaw, Mike was the founder and editor of The Daily Nole. He also serves as the managing editor for Fifth Quarter and is a contributor for Athlon Sports, Fish Stripes and Orlando Pinstriped Post. Mike and his wife Jennifer reside in Haines City, Fla. and have two daughters.