Lions defeated in final match of spring break


Media: Domenic Conte

The men's tennis team now holds a 5-4 overall record.

By Megan MacLaren

The men’s tennis team fell to the University of Charleston by a score of 7-2 in the Lions’ final match of their spring break trip.  

The Golden Eagles swept the Lions in doubles play,  the first time during the trip the Lions did not win a doubles match. The Golden Eagles entered singles play with a 3-0 lead.  

Sophomore Bass Lin defeated freshman Alex Martinez in the top singles pairing in three sets.  Freshman Alexander Laugier Naim defeated senior Tristian Shaw in three sets, earning the second and final point of the match for the Lions.  

Lin finished the spring break trip with a 5-0 record in singles play and went 3-2 in doubles matches with sophomore Maximo Lawlor. Lawlor also won three matches in singles play   along with Naim, who went undefeated with a 4-0 record.  

The Lions finished their spring break trip with a 2-3 record and an overall record of 5-4.  

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The Lions will face the University of Massachusetts Boston on March 14 at 12 p.m. in Woburn, Massachusetts.