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(World Team Tennis) - The Washington Kastles rewrote sports history tonight by completing an unprecedented second consecutive undefeated World TeamTennis regular season with a 25-14 Overtime victory over the Springfield Lasers in Springfield, Mo.
This was the 30th consecutive win for the Kastles, who captured the 2011 WTT title with a 16-0 record. The Kastles won all 14 regular season matches this summer and will try to continue their win streak in the WTT Finals Weekend presented by GEICO, Sept. 14-16, at the Family Circle Tennis Center in Charleston, S.C. Washington is the top overall seed and is scheduled to face the New York Sportimes in the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday, Sept. 15, at 6:30pm EDT.
The Kastles have not lost a WTT match since July 22, 2010, which gives them the second longest pro sports win streak in history with 30 consecutive wins. The longest pro sports team win streak is 33 games, held by the NBA's 1971-72 Lakers.
The regular season for the WTT Pro League presented by GEICO concludes on Saturday, July 28. For more information, visit WTT.com.
Washington Kastles def. SPRINGFIELD LASERS 25-14 (OT)
Men's Singles - Bobby Reynolds (Kastles) def. Devin Britton (Lasers) 5-2
Women's Doubles - Edina Gallovits-Hall\Raquel Kops-Jones (Kastles) def. Liga Dekmeijere\Maria Sanchez (Lasers) 5-2
Mixed Doubles - Raquel Kops-Jones\Treat Huey (Kastles) def. Maria Sanchez\Devin Britton (Lasers) 5-3
Women's Singles - Edina Gallovits-Hall (Kastles) def. Maria Sanchez (Lasers) 5-2
Men's Doubles - Devin Britton\Amir Weintraub (Lasers) def. Treat Huey\Bobby Reynolds (Kastles) 5-4
Overtime - Men's Doubles - Bobby Reynolds\Treat Huey (Kastles) def. Devin Britton\Amir Weintraub (Lasers) 1-0
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