Top ranked CMU doubles team wins vs CSU Pueblo

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Spencer Weinberg of Colorado Mesa University returns a serve as his No. 1 doubles partner Jordan Lyden covers the net against Trung Le and Brenden Sullinger of CSU-Pueblo.
The CMU doubles team, which is ranked No. 1 in the region, won the match on Sunday at the Elliott Tennis Center at the university.

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