Stopped. No. 22 Washington ends Minnesota’s great streak.

Minnesota’s historic 8 victory streak comes to an end in a 5-2 loss.

Some streaks were snapped Friday evening in Seattle. No. 24 Minnesota, rolling in with an impressive 8 consecutive wins and a recent top 25 break, was finally defeated by No. 22 Washington, 5-2. Freshmen Phillip Arndt and doubles partner Ishay Hadash ended their 8 doubles wins streak Friday, falling to a No. 66 Huskies pair. Personally, Hadash’s 3 singles wins streak also came to a halt as Minnesota’s No. 1 fell to an unranked opponent 5-7, 4-6. Junior captain Dino Bilankov lost his first match after a 5 match winning streak in singles. Arndt won his singles match, as did fellow freshman Julian Dehn. Dehn and doubles partner Sebastain Gallego suprisingly continued their doubles streak, winning their 6th in a row. Washington came out strong winning the doubles point and didn’t really look back after Dehn’s win at the No. 6 spot. The Huskies subsequently won the next 4 matches until Arndt gave the Gophers something positive, a win at the No. 4 spot. The loss is only the 2nd for Minnesota this season. Lousiville beat the Gophers one month ago.