#15 Men's Tennis Falls to #7 Johns Hopkins, 5-0, on Sunday; Closes Season at 21-6
Fredericksburg, Va.— The #15 University of Mary Washington men's tennis team fell 5-0 to Johns Hopkins in the NCAA Tournament Third Round. The Blue Jays swept doubles to gain a 3-0 lead early. UMW ends the season at 21-6.
The Blue Jays swept all three of the doubles matches to take an early 3-0 lead. Tyler Carey and Evan Charles rallied from down 7-4 to cut it to 7-6, before ultimately falling 8-6. JHU won 8-5 at two, and 8-4 at three doubles.
Hopkins took number two and four singles to clinch the victory. Stratton Gilmore was leading at three singles, 6-4, 1-4 when play ended. David Lunding-Johansson and Brandon Griffin each won their first set at five and six singles.
Tennis Match Results
Johns Hopkins vs University of Mary Washington
May 11, 2014 at Fredericksburg, Va.
#7 Johns Hopkins 5, #15 University of Mary Washington 0
1. CAREY, Tyler (UMWMT) vs. Michael Buxbaum (JHUM) 2-6, 3-3, unfinished
2. Ben Hwang (JHUM) def. BLAKHIN, Alexander (UMWMT) 6-3, 6-1
3. GILMORE, Stratton (UMWMT) vs. Tanner Brown (JHUM) 6-4, 1-4, unfinished
4. Jeremy Dubin (JHUM) def. CHARLES, Evan (UMWMT) 6-4, 6-2
5. LUNDIG-JOHANSSON, Da (UMWMT) vs. Erik Lim (JHUM) 6-1, 0-6, 3-2, unfinished
6. GRIFFIN, Brandon (UMWMT) vs. Sam Weissler (JHUM) 7-5, 3-3, unfinished
1. Michael Buxbaum/Emerson Walsh (JHUM) def. CAREY, Tyler/CHARLES, Evan (UMWMT) 8-6
2. Erik Lim/Tanner Brown (JHUM) def. GILMORE, Stratton/GRIFFIN, Brandon (UMWMT) 8-5
3. Nicholas Garcia/Noah Joachim (JHUM) def. LUNDIG-JOHANSSON, Da/CURTIS, Andrew (UMWMT) 8-4
2014 NCAA Tournament Third Round