Men's Tennis

 
April 24, 2010

Men’s Tennis Falls to host Washington and Lee 5-0

LEXINGTON, Va. – In the second day of competition at the 2010 ODAC Men's Tennis Championships, the Bridgewater Eagles fell to perennial power Washington and Lee by a 5-0 tally at Duchossois Tennis Center on the Generals campus.

Bridgewater dropped all three doubles matches to open the day, despite keeping things close at number two and three.

Following an 8-2 loss at number one doubles, Teddy Callow and Peter Hawkins came up just short in an 8-6 defeat at number two.

The tandem of Martin Donaire and Brent Floyd also fell in a tight matchup by an 8-4 tally at number three.

In singles action, the Generals took the number four and five matchups to seal the victory.

Callow fell by a 6-0, 6-3 score at number four before Floyd was defeated by a 6-0, 6-2 tally at number five.

The matches at number one, two, three and six were all unfinished, with the Eagles trailing in the second set at number one and number six.

Senior Chris Radke ended his Bridgewater career with a career record 47 singles victories and 32 career doubles wins. The match was also the final contest for fellow senior Jordan Miller.

Bridgewater ends its season with a 13-6 mark, as the squad set a number of record in singles play, including Floyd's record-setting 21 victories on the year in singles action.