Roundup

first_imgThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Wednesday, Sept. 18, and Thursday, Sept. 19. Crimes against propertyat  1:40  p.m. on Sept. 18, a suspect removed an unattended laptop computer from Leavey Library.at  2:00  p.m. on Sept. 18, a student used unknown means to enter and remove two laptop computers from the Gayle and Ed Roski Master of Fine Arts Gallery.at  10:30  p.m. on Sept. 18, a student reported that the handlebars and frame of his bicycle were damaged when it was struck by a vehicle while parked at 2308 Union St.Miscellaneous incidentsat  12:01  a.m. on Sept. 18, a student reported that she was sexually assaulted at the Lorenzo Apartments.at 7:45 a.m. on Sept. 18, a suspect removed the rear license plate from a car near the Center for Health Professions.at  9:20  a.m. on Sept. 18, a student driving her personal vehicle collided with a staff member in a university cart near Parking Structure A, causing minor injuries to both of them.at  11:55  a.m. on Sept. 18, DPS responded to a report of fire in a trash can on 28th St. and Flower St. and extinguished it with water. LAFD Unit #15 also responded and confirmed that the fire was out.at  12:00  a.m. on Sept. 19, DPS detained a student at the Human Relations Center, as he was involved in an altercation with another student. Due to his erratic behavior, he was transported to a mental health facility for a psychiatric evaluation.at  12:01  a.m. on Sept. 19, DPS detained and eventually arrested a student near the Eileen and Kenneth T. Norris Dental Science Center because he was reportedly exposing his penis to a security guard near the location.last_img read more

Men’s Tennis: Badgers fall to Princeton before dominating Green Bay, IUPUI in tournament

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin men’s tennis team (7-1) suffered their first loss of the season to Princeton (4-1) before bouncing back Saturday, winning a doubleheader against Green Bay (1-2) and IUPUI (1-5). The Princeton Tigers came out strong Jan. 31 at Nielsen Tennis Stadium. Despite the undefeated Badger duo Jesper Freimuth and Leonard Soha thrashing Justin Barki and Thomas Bosancic 6–3, Princeton ultimately took the doubles point.The singles score didn’t look much better for the Badgers — Princeton chalked up five more points — but there are some tales numbers can’t tell. Wisconsin’s Gabriel Huber made Karl Poling fight for his win, forcing their set to a third game tie-breaker before falling. Wisconsin’s Robert Krill then stopped what otherwise would’ve been a Princeton sweep, demolishing Bill Duo 6–4, 6–4—a welcome salve for the Badgers first loss of the season as Princeton won 6–1.Men’s tennis: Wisconsin falls to Minnesota in first round of Big Ten tournamentThe University of Wisconsin men’s tennis team (10-12, 4-7 Big Ten) fell in the first round of the Big Ten Read…If Friday belonged to Princeton, Saturday was all for Wisconsin. Soha and Freimuth opened the Feb. 1 doubleheader by destroying Green Bay’s Teddy Razafindratsima and Kentaro Mizushima 6–1. Chase Colton and Jared Pratt clinched the Badgers doubles point when they dispatched George Botha and Dipin Wadhwa 6–4. Singles play continued the fireworks as sophomore Martim Vilela won his singles debut 7–6, 6–2 against Razafindratsima as Huber, Colton and Krill all won their games without dropping a set.The Badgers used IUPUI’s weird trident logo as a fork Saturday night, eating their opponents alive 7–0. Soha and Freimuth tacked another win onto their doubles record (5-0) by handily beating IUPUI’s Reed Plunkett and Michael Koch 6–0. Colton and Pratt gave the Badgers the doubles point when they defeated Nicholas Moody and Alex Jochim 6–2. Daniel Nuzhny initiated the Badger’s singles sweep by beating Reed Plunkett 6–0, 6–0. Colton, Huber, Soha, Krill and Robin Parts racked up five more points, all beating their opponents in consecutive sets.The Badgers have their next match Thursday Feb. 6 at 5:30 p.m. They will take on their in-state rivals —Marquette — at Nielsen Tennis Stadium.last_img read more