Men's Tennis ACCtion: Saturday, February 14
Feb. 14, 2009
Virginia Men’s Tennis Rallies for 4-3 Win Over UCLA
Virginia, the reigning ITA National Indoor Champions, fell behind 1-0 as it lost the doubles point for the first time this season. Nick Meister and Michael Look defeated Drew Courtney (Clifton, Va.) and Lee Singer (Laguna Niguel, Calif.) 8-5 at No. 3 doubles and Matt Brooklyn and Harel Srugo topped Dominic Inglot (London, England) and Michael Shabaz (Fairfax, Va.) 8-4 at No. 2 doubles.
No. 21 Wake Forest Downs VCU 4-2
Wake Forest changed up the doubles lineup, splitting up sixth-ranked duo Cory Parr and Steve Forman. Forman and Jon Wolff had the only doubles win of the day, defeating Bobo Delmark and Jordan Dyke 8-5. David Hopkins and Andrew Brasseaux played at No. 1 where the tandem stayed just one game behind but was broken by Benjamin Bouhana/Emil Lindgren at the end of the pro-set to fall 8-6. Cory Parr and Jason Morgenstern dropped a close 9-8 match at No. 2.
No. 16 Florida State Men's Tennis Falls 4-1 To No. 9 Mississippi
In doubles FSU and Ole Miss split the first two matches with senior Chirs Cloer and junior Vahid Mirzadeh defeating Devin Britton and Otto Sauer on court three 8-3. On court one the 23rd-ranked duo of junior Jean-Yves Aubone and sophomore Clint Bowles were upended by the No. 1-ranked team in the country Jonas Berg and Bram ten Berge 8-4. The Rebels took a 1-0 lead when Christoph and Marcel Thiemann defeated seniors Drew Bailey and Maciek Sykut on court two 8-6.
Boston College Men's Tennis Loses to Columbia at ECAC Indoors
The Eagles will face Yale in the consolation semifinals on Sunday morning.