The men's tennis team closed out the 2006-2007 season on Wednesday with a 9-0 shutout victory over Drew University in Madison, N.J., to bring its final regular season record to 11-2 overall.
In doubles competition, the Lions swept three matches. Juniors Michael Klimchak and Roger Mosteller beat Drew University juniors Vikram Rao and Jonathon Pivor by a convincing score of 8-1.
The College's tennis teams both defeated Bates College and then went their separate ways as the women beat Swarthmore College and the men lost to Johns Hopkins University.
The women's tennis team, ranked No. 23 nationally and No. 7 regionally, tacked on two more wins last week, beating Bates 7-2 and Swarthmore 5-4.
The College's men's and women's tennis teams improved their records last week as the men improved to 7-1 with a win over Haverford College and the women moved to 12-1 with a win over New York University (NYU).
The men's team walked out of Pennsylvania on Thursday with a 7-1 win over No.
The College's tennis teams continued their dominance as the Lions women recorded a 6-3 win over regional rival Vassar College on Thursday and the Lions men trounced Swarthmore College 8-1 on Friday.
Both teams went undefeated in doubles matches. The women's team, No.
The Lions claimed shutout victories over their opponents on Saturday when both the men's and women's teams defeated Hobart and William Smith colleges, respectively. The women's team went on to defeat Salisbury University the next day.
The women's team, ranked No.
Both the men's and women's tennis teams claimed 9-0 victories against the Ithaca College Bombers on March 9 in what is quickly becoming a spring season to remember.
The men's team, ranked No. 10 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Region, improved to a 6-0 record.
The undefeated streak has been extended once again as the men's tennis team trounced Babson College 9-0 Saturday afternoon. With the defeat, the Beavers are 1-5 while the Lions hold a 5-0 overall record.
In doubles action, the Lions took all three matches.
The men's tennis team, No. 10 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Northeast region, continued to dominate in dual meet competition this weekend with an 8-1 win over No. 11 ranked Washington College from the South Atlantic region and a 9-0 win over No.
The College's tennis team is all smiles after soundly defeating both the St. Lawrenceville University Saints and the New York University (NYU) Violets this weekend in the spring season opener.
The men's team hosted both teams, defeating the Saints 9-0 Saturday morning and the Violets 8-1 Sunday afternoon, while the women's team defeated the Saints 8-1 Saturday afternoon.