As Angus Bradshaw walked for the last time into the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center, he couldn’t help but get a little emotional.
After all, it was his senior night.
But not only was Saturday afternoon’s 4-0 win over Nevada the last time he suited up for the Bulldogs, it was also the last game in Fresno State men’s tennis history.
Back in October, the university announced they would be eliminating three sports at the end of the academic year. Men’s tennis, along with women’s lacrosse and men’s wrestling, got the news that they would be among the teams getting cut at the end of the season.