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Creighton Athletics | March 10, 2014

Paluch sets Creighton's career win mark with No. 136 in team win vs. St. Cloud State

KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Senior Billy Paluch became the all-time leader in combined wins for Creighton with a pair of wins Monday as the Jays blanked St. Cloud State 7-0.

Paluch swept his doubles and singles matches to claim win No. 136 and take sole possession of first place all-time at Creighton in combined singles and doubles wins.

Creighton (5-2) won the doubles point and swept all six singles matches in straight sets against SCSU (5-8). No CU player gave up more than five games in singles action. The win marked the Jays’ third consecutive victory.

Besides Paluch, junior Elliott Baker, freshman Jake Norman and classmate Harrison Lang won their doubles and singles matches.

Sophomore Quinn Dippel and freshman Aaron Chalstrom won singles matches in straight sets, each surrendering just three games.

Sophomores August Nysted and Nick Thompson claimed doubles victories at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions, respectively.

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