#22 UMW Men's Tennis Drops Matches to Division I George Mason, Georgetown

The 22nd ranked University of Mary Washington men's tennis team dropped a pair of matches against Division I opponents, George Mason University and Georgetown University, on Sunday at the Indoor Tennis Center. UMW fell to George Mason, 6-1, before falling to the Hoyas, 7-0.

Position  University of Mary Washington  Georgetown University  Winner  Score
 \#1 Singles  Sam Wichlin  Andrew Bruhn  Georgetown University  6-3, 6-3
 \#2 Singles  Evan Charles  Shane Korber  Georgetown University  7-5, 6-3
 \#3 Singles  Alex Blakhin  Charlie Caris  Georgetown University  2-6, 6-4, 10-4
 \#4 Singles  Tyler Carey  Andrew Dottino  Georgetown University  6-1, 6-1
 \#5 Singles  Will Apperson  Casey Distaso  Georgetown University  6-2, 6-3
 \#6 Singles  Riley Baver  Brian Ward  Georgetown University  6-2, 6-0
 \#1 Doubles  Evan Charles
 Donato Rizzolo
 Andrew Bruhn
 Charlie Caris
 Georgetown University  8-4
 \#2 Doubles  Tyler Carey
 Sam Wichlin
 Alex Tropiano
 Andrew Dottino
 Georgetown University  8-4
 \#3 Doubles  Kaleb Nguyen
 Riley Baver
 Casey Distaso
 John Brosens
 University of Mary Washington  8-7(3)


Position  University of Mary Washington  George Mason University  Winner  Score
 \#1 Singles  Evan Charles  Jordan Dyke  University of Mary Washington  5-7, 6-1, 7-6(7)
 \#2 Singles  Alex Blakhin  Jimmy Davis  George Mason University  6-2, 1-6, 6-4
 \#3 Singles  Tyler Carey  Jorge Osuna  George Mason University  6-2, 6-4
 \#4 Singles  Will Apperson  Scott Keaton  George Mason University  6-1, 7-6(10)
 \#5 Singles  Donato Rizzolo  Joe Wiggins  George Mason University  5-7, 6-2, 6-3
 \#6 Singles  Riley Baver  Taylor Sargent  George Mason University  7-6(2), 6-3
 \#1 Doubles  Evan Charles
 Donato Rizzolo
 Jordan Dyke
 Jimmy Davis
 George Mason University  9-7
 \#2 Doubles  Kaleb Nguyen
 Riley Baver
 Scott Keaton
 Joe Wiggins
 George Mason University  8-2
 \#3 Doubles  Tyler Carey
 Alex Blakhin
 Taylor Sargent
 Chris Borden
 University of Mary Washington  8-4