Freshman Maxim Tybar had a perfect singles record over the weekend with his final win coming over Dartmouth's Charlie Broom 7-6, 7-5. Eleftherios Theodorou and Artur Dubinski gained early momentum with their victory over Csonka/Moreno of LSU, 6-2.
The Cowboys finished the tournament with a 3-3 record in doubles. However, in their next match against Kapshuck/Curry of Texas Tech, the OSU duo was forced to retire at 5-4 after Dubinski sustained an injury.
The Brighton, England native also holds 38 career singles wins, which leaves him just 11 wins shy of cracking the top 10. With 43 career singles wins, Tristan Meraut is currently just shy of a place on the all-time list.
If the French international matches last season's 16 wins, he would conclude his OSU career in seventh place. Cash currently sits with a handful of Cowboy Tennis greats as the only players to earn multiple All-American honors.
With his senior campaign set to begin, Cash looks to join Oleksandr Nedovyesov and Jakob Sude as the only three-time All-Americans this year. Coach Udwadia currently sits at 92 wins in his coaching career at Oklahoma State.
He only needs 13 more wins at OSU to tie Myron Roderick for second place.
Also returning this season will be Jurence Mendoza, Tristan Meraut, Artur Dubinski, and Mathieu Scaglia.
All four figure to play a key role in the OSU lineup this season, including Mendoza, whose 51 career doubles victories puts him in 10th place on OSU's all-time wins list.
Cash needs just 11 more wins this season to tie Oleksandr Nedovyesov for second place.
This year, Udwadia enters his sixth season in charge of the Cowboys and is likely to earn his 100th win as OSU's head coach in the spring season. PREVIOUS ENCOUTERS Both of this weekend's foes are familiar for the Cowboys, who have not lost to either squad in program history.
OSU and the Bulldogs previously met in 2016 with Oklahoma State besting Bryant, 4-0, while the Cowboys have knocked off Lamar on six straight occasions dating back to 1965. The Cowboys have been ranked in the top-25 of the ITA Rankings for 32 consecutive weeks.
The last time OSU was outside of the top-25 was the preseason of 2016. The Cowboys have won at least 15 matches in each of the last four seasons under head coach .
Three times during that stretch OSU has hit the 20-win mark, winning 21 in 2014, 20 in 2016 and 22 in 2017. Oklahoma State has had a doubles tandem earn All-America honors in each of the past four seasons.