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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 27, 2015 6:34 am

Terriers Defeat Castleton in Semis; Fall to Colby-Sawyer in NAC East Championship

NEW LONDON, N.H. - The Thomas men's tennis team advanced to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) East Division championship match after defeating No. 2 Castleton, but came up short, finishing as the runner's up after falling 5-0 to four-time champion and the top-seeded Colby-Sawyer Chargers.

SEMI-FINAL MATCH RECAP

Thomas avenged a regular season loss to Castleton with a 7-2 victory in the NAC East semifinals, and advanced to take on Colby-Sawyer, who defeated Green Mountain 9-0 in the other semifinal match.

The Terriers won two of three doubles matches to take a 2-1 lead. Eric Morin and Tyler Small cruised to an 8-2 victory over Christopher Belanger and Seth Marcil at the top doubles spot. Zachary Disch and Federico Trujillo defeated Kyle Martin and Andrew Overton at No. 2, 8-3.

Castleton won the No. 3 doubles match behind the duo of Trevor Hanna and Ryan Mulder, as the Spartans downed the Thomas team of Caleb Cough and Jonte Roussel, 8-4.

Thomas was able to secure the match by taking the top three single flights in straight sets. Morin won at No. 1 6-0, 6-1, while Small did not drop a game in a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 2. After a close first set win for Disch at 7-5, he wrapped up the match with a 6-3 second set victory.

The fourth through sixth matches were tightly contest with two of the matches going three sets.

Overton gave Castleton its second point of the afternoon with a hard fought 6-4, 7-6 (9-7) win over Cough at No. 4.

The Terriers would win at No. 5 and No. 6 but Caleb Mora and Joseph Greco were tested. Mora took the opening set 7-5, but Ryan Mulder battled back to tie the match at 1-1 with a 6-2 win in the second set. Playing a super tie break, Mora took the match 10-3.

Greco dropped his first set with Tyler Wilcox, 6-2, but responded nicely with a 6-3 win in the second. Greco secured the match with a 10-2 tie break win.

CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH RECAP

Thomas went down in the championship match 5-0 to Colby-Sawyer, who won their fourth straight North Atlantic Conference East Division championship.

The Chargers swept doubles play to take an important 3-0 lead in the match. The No. 3 doubles duo of Sergio Spassof and Dean Boodakian got the Chargers' first point with an 8-0 victory over Jonte Roussel and Caleb Cough. Seconds later, Justin Pinard and Andrew Peloquin won at No. 2, 8-0 over Zach Disch and Federico Trujillo.

The top doubles match was back and forth and tied at 4-4 before Colby-Sawyer's Cass McCann and Rico Bailey went on a run to secure an 8-5 victory over Tyler Small and Eric Morin.

Dean Boodakian gave Colby-Sawyer a 4-0 lead with a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 6 singles over Greco. Boodakian won all four of his matches today and was named Tournament MVP. Sergio Spassof closed the match with a 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 4 over Cough.

Tyler Small was named to the All-Tournament team for the Terriers.

Thomas concludes their 2015 season with a 10-7 record and a second-place finish in the NAC East.

NAC Eastern Division All-Tournament Team

Tournament MVP
Colby-Sawyer – Dean Boodakian

All-Tournament Team
Colby-Sawyer – Sergio Spassof
Thomas – Tyler Small
Castleton – Ryan Mulder
Green Mountain – Nate Berner-Tobin
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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 28, 2015 12:56 pm

Top Dogs Again: Southern Maine Earns Top Seed for 2015 Little East Conference Men’s Tennis Championship

GORHAM, Maine – For the second consecutive season, the University of Southern Maine Huskies men’s tennis team rumbled through the Little East Conference regular season undefeated to claim the top seed in the upcoming 2015 Little East Conference Tournament Championship. Along with the regular season trophy, Southern Maine is awarded a first round bye and will host a semifinal match on Thursday, April 30.

Owning a 10-2 overall record and riding an eight-match win streak, the Huskies finished the season 6-0 in the Little East Conference circuit winning four out of their six LEC matches by the score of 9-0. The Huskies will be seeking their second consecutive Little East Conference Tournament Championship­ after claiming the title in 2014.

With the top seed, Southern Maine automatically advances to the semifinals with a first round bye and will host the winner of the No. 5 Rhode Island College vs. No. 4 Salem State University match on Thursday, April 30 (tba). The match will be held at the Gorham High School Tennis Courts in Gorham, Maine unless there is inclement weather in which case the match will be moved indoors to the Costello Sports Complex Courts. If the Huskies advance out of the semifinal round, USM would be the site of the LEC Championship on Saturday, May 2 (tba).

Leading the way for the Huskies’ is number one singles player junior Tyler Adams (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle). The 2014 Little East Conference Player of the Year, Adams wrapped up the regular season undefeated in singles action with a 12-0 mark, including a perfect 6-0 against LEC opponents. Paced by Adams, four Huskies have posted undefeated 6-0 seasons in the LEC circuit, including seniors Scott Gagne (Lewiston, Maine) and Thaddeus St. John (Weld, Maine/Mt. Blue) and junior Eric Berry-Sandelin (South Portland, Maine) at second, fourth and fifth singles respectively.

In doubles action, Adams and Gagne have proved to be a formidable pair at the top of the lineup with a 6-0 mark against LEC opponents and an overall record of 10-2. Sophomore Kyle Curley (Gorham, Maine) and St. John are also undefeated in LEC play with a significant 5-0 record at second doubles.

UMass Dartmouth, who fell to the Huskies in the semifinals of the 2014 tournament 5-1, is the second seed in the tournament and earned the championship’s other first round bye. The Corsairs will face the winner of the No. 6 Western Connecticut at. No. 3 UMass Boston match on Thursday. The Huskies’ defeated UMass Dartmouth in the regular season by the score of 8-1 on April 4 at UMD.

The 2015 Little East Conference Tournament Championship team will earn the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament. Southern Maine last won the LEC Championship in 2014 and 2007. In the 2007 NCAA tournament, the Huskies’ defeated Ithaca College 5-4 to earn the programs first ever NCAA Tournament match win advancing to the second round before falling to Middlebury, 5-0.



2015 Little East Conference Men’s Tennis Tournament Championship

Tuesday, April 28 – LEC Quarterfinals

No. 5 Rhode Island College at No. 4 Salem State

No. 6 Western Connecticut at No. 3 UMass Boston



Thursday, April 30 – LEC Semifinals

Winner No. 5 v. No. 4 at No. 1 Southern Maine

Winner No. 6 vs. No. 3 at No. 2 UMass Dartmouth


Saturday, May 2 – LEC Championship

Semifinal 2 Winner vs. Semifinal 1 Winner, tba (at highest remaining seed)
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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 28, 2015 12:59 pm

USM’s Tyler Adams Named LEC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week

GORHAM, Maine -- Junior Tyler Adams (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle) of the University of Southern Maine Huskies’ men’s tennis team has been named the Little East Conference Player of the Week. It is the second time this season Adams has earned weekly recognition from the LEC as he previously earned the award on March 23.

Adams posted a perfect 4-0 record in a pair of Little East Conference win for the Huskies. With Adams in the lead at No. 1 singles Southern Maine defeated Bridgewater State 9-0 and Western Connecticut State 9-0 to complete the 2015 season undefeated in conference action with a 6-0 record. With its perfect record in conference play, Southern Maine claimed its second consecutive LEC regular season title and top seed in the LEC tourney.

With Adams’ two singles victories, the Huskies’ junior secured a perfect regular season at first singles with a 12-0 overall record and a 6-0 mark in LEC action. During the week, Adams defeated Bridgewater State’s Sean Bleau 6-0, 6-1 and then followed with a straight set 6-0, 6-0 win over Western Connecticut’s Romney Tiru. In doubles action, Adams was 2-0 along with teammate senior Scott Gagne (Lewiston, Maine) to lead Southern Maine from the first doubles position.

Southern Maine (10-2, 6-0 LEC), the defending Little East Conference regular season and tournament champions, will begin its title defense on Thursday, April 30. USM receives a first round and will face either No. 5 Rhode Island College or No. 4 Salem State.

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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri May 01, 2015 10:31 am

2015 Little East Conference Tournament: Semifinal Round

No. 1 Southern Maine Rolls No. 5 Rhode Island College 5-0

GORHAM, Maine -- Junior Tyler Adams (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle) and senior Scott Gagne (Lewiston, Maine) set the tone early earning an 8-0 win at first doubles as the top-seeded University of Southern Maine Huskies downed fifth-seeded Rhode Island College Anchormen 5-0 in the semifinal round of the 2015 Little East Conference Championship Thursday afternoon at the Gorham High School Tennis Courts.

Southern Maine, which finished the regular season undefeated in the Little East at 6-0, earned the first round bye as the top seed in the tournament. RIC upset fourth-seeded Salem State 5-4 on Tuesday to advance to the semifinal round. Defeating the Anchormen, Southern Maine snapped up its ninth consecutive victory to improve to 11-2 overall and advance to the 2015 Little East Conference Championship. The Huskies, the defending 2014 LEC champions, will face second-seeded UMass Dartmouth on Saturday (1:00 p.m.). UMass Dartmouth advanced with a 5-4 win over third-seeded UMass Boston in the other semifinal round. RIC concludes its season with a 4-10 record.

Adams and Gagne recorded the first points of the match defeating the RIC tandem of junior Tim Holzinger (Foster, R.I./Ponaganset) and sophomore Seongkyeon Kim (North Providence, R.I.) 8-0 at the top of the doubles flight. Southern Maine went on to take a 3-0 lead following doubles action as senior Thaddeus St. John (Weld, Maine/Mt. Blue) and sophomore Kyle Curley (Gorham, Maine) and juniors Eric Berry-Sandelin (South Portland, Maine) and Sebastien Taylor (Auburn, Maine/Edward Little) claimed wins at second and third doubles respectively. St. John and Curley defeated RIC’s freshmen Lee Tiberi (Smithfield, R.I.) and Josh Pimental (Smithfield, R.I.) 8-2, while Berry-Sandelin and Taylor worked their way to an 8-6 win over sophomores Brett Taggert (North Kingstown, R.I.) and Chris Klawitter (Brooklyn, Conn./Killingly).

In singles action, Adams and St. John claimed the Huskies’ fourth and deciding fifth points respectively. Adams dispatched Holzinger 6-0, 6-0 at first singles, while St. John downed Tiberi in similar fashion 6-0, 6-0 to claim the win.

The winner of the 2015 Little East Conference Tournament Championship will earn the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament. Southern Maine has won the LEC team title in 2014 and 2007. In the 2007 NCAA tourney, the Huskies’ defeated Ithaca College to secure the program’s first NCAA win and advanced to the second round before falling to Middlebury, 5-0. Southern Maine previously faced UMass Dartmouth in the regular season on the road and earned an 8-1 victory. In 2014, Southern Maine defeated UMD in the semifinals of the tournament 5-1, before defeating UMass Boston 5-1 for the title.

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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat May 02, 2015 9:14 am

Men's Tennis Blanks Bantams in Opener at NESCAC Championship

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. - The Bowdoin College men's tennis team swept doubles play en route to a 5-0 shutout of Trinity in the opening round of the NESCAC Tournament on Friday morning at Middlebury College.

The third-seeded Polar Bears (14-4) advance to the NESCAC Semifinals on Saturday morning where they will face the host Panthers at 9:00 a.m. Sixth-seeded Trinity ends its season with a record of 10-5.

Bowdoin opened the day with a win at #3 doubles as Noah Bragg and Kyle Wolfe fought off a match point and won the final three games of an eventual 9-7 triumph to put the Polar Bears up 1-0. Kyle Wolstencroft and Gil Roddy followed closely with a 8-5 win at #2 to increase Bowdoin's advantage to 2-0. Trinity made a bid to remain in contention at #1 doubles, but Bowdoin's pairing of Luke Trinka and Luke Tercek prevailed in a tiebreaker to win 9-8 and give the Polar Bears a commanding 3-0 lead heading into singles.

Needing just two victories to clinch the win, Roddy quickly took care of business at #6, earning a 6-3, 6-1 win. Wolstencroft finished off the Bantams at #5 singles, taking a 6-1, 6-0 victory to seal it.

Bowdoin will be looking to return to the NESCAC Championship match for the first time since 2012. The Polar Bears suffered a 8-1 loss to Middlebury in the regular season meeting on April 18, in a match that was closer than the final score indicated as Bowdoin lost a trio of three-set decisions in singles play.
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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat May 02, 2015 9:15 am

Women's Tennis Advances to NESCAC Semis With Comeback Win Over Wesleyan

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – The Bowdoin women's tennis team fought back from a 2-1 deficit after doubles play to capture a 5-4 win in the NESCAC Quarterfinals against Wesleyan on Friday evening at Middlebury.

Pilar Giffenig clinched the win for the fourth-seeded Polar Bears (13-4) at #6 singles after the fifth-seeded Cardinals (11-3) evened the match at four apiece.

Wesleyan took a quick 2-0 lead in doubles play as their #1 duo of Eudice Chong/Aashli Budhiraja (8-2) and #3 pairing of Helen Klass-Warch/Dasha Dubinsky (8-4) put the Polar Bears in an early hole. The Cardinals were on the verge of taking a back-breaking 3-0 lead until Bowdoin's Tess Trinka and Kyra Silitch rallied for the Polar Bears at #2. Tied at 8-8, Trinka and Silitch won a tiebreaker 13-11 to keep Bowdoin within striking distance.

Singles play featured back-and-forth action as wins by Wesleyan's Chong (6-0, 6-1) at #1 and Dasha Dubinsky (0-6, 7-6, 6-0) at #5 were countered by victories by Trinka (6-2, 6-2) at #3, Tiffany Cheng (6-0, 7-5) at #2 and Silitch (6-2, 6-1) at #4 for Bowdoin, tying the match at four apiece and setting the stage for a dramatic finish at #6 singles.

Bowdoin's Pilar Giffenig and Wesleyan's Anna Howard battled for three sets to determine the match. Giffenig claimed the first set 6-3 before Howard battled back with an impressive 6-0 win in the second. Giffenig bounced back to dominate the third, however, winning 6-1 to advance Bowdoin to the semifinals.

Bowdoin moves on to play top-seeded Williams tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. The Polar Bears dropped a close 5-4 decision to the Ephs last week in the closest match of Williams' season.
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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun May 03, 2015 3:18 am

2015 Little East Conference Tournament

No. 1 USM Repeats as LEC Champs, Defeats No. 2 UMass Dartmouth 5-0

GORHAM, Maine -- Senior Scott Gagne (Lewiston, Maine) scored the fifth and final point en route to being named the 2015 Little East Conference Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player as the University of Southern Maine Huskies’ men’s tennis team claimed its second consecutive Little East Conference Championship trophy with a 5-0 win over UMass Dartmouth Corsairs Saturday afternoon at the Gorham High School Tennis Courts.

With the win, Southern Maine, the top-seed in the tourney, earns its 10th consecutive victory and punches its ticket to the 2015 NCAA Division III National Championship tournament and improves to 13-2. The Huskies’ opponent and schedule has yet to be determined. The NCAA will announce the tourney field and brackets on Monday, May 4 at 12:00 p.m. UMass Dartmouth, the second seed, finishes as the conference’s runners-up and concludes its season with a 7-8 record.

Gagne rolled up the Huskies’ 2015 title with a strong 6-3, 6-2 win over Corsairs Ray Lawton in the second singles flight. Gagne was able to secure the Huskies’ victory as USM held a commanding 3-0 edge after the doubles points had played out.

Gagne and teammate junior Tyler Adams (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle) scored USM’s first points of the match with an 8-2 win over UMD junior Dan Chouinard (Westport, Mass./Westport) and sophomore Corey Rafter (Franklin, Mass.). The Huskies led 2-0 following an 8-2 win at second doubles by sophomore Kyle Curley (Gorham, Maine) and senior Thaddeus St. John (Weld, Maine/Mt. Blue). In a dramatic third doubles match, Southern Maine came away with the critical third point as juniors Eric Berry-Sandelin (South Portland, Maine) and Sebastian Taylor (Auburn, Maine/Edward Little) battled for an 9-8 (3) win.

Berry-Sandelin and Taylor trailed the UMass Dartmouth tandem of senior Malcolm Neville (Foxboro, Mass.) and junior Andrew Burdick (Dartmouth, Mass.) 6-7 and faced match point, but rallied to go up 8-7 on the Corsairs. However, Neville and Burdick were able to force the tie-breaker, but the Huskies were able to secure the win getting out to a 4-1 advantage in the tie-breaker to win 9-8 (3).

Ahead 3-0, Curley snagged USM’s fourth point of the match with a 6-0, 6-1 win at third singles against the Corsairs’ Rafter before Gagne pushed the Huskies’ to the title.

Earning the 2015 Little East Conference Tournament Championship, Southern Maine earned the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament. Southern Maine has previously won the LEC title and gained a berth into the NCAAs in 2007 and 2014. In the 2007 NCAA tournament, the Huskies’ recorded its first ever NCAA win defeating Ithaca College 5-4 to advance to the second round before falling to Middlebury College 5-0.

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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun May 03, 2015 3:31 am

Men's Tennis Falls to Middlebury in NESCAC Semifinals

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. - The Bowdoin College men's tennis team came within a pair of tiebreakers of defeating Middlebury on Saturday, but the Panthers survived for a 5-3 win in the NESCAC Semifinals on Saturday.

The Polar Bears drop to 14-5 with the loss and are likely to receive an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament when selections are announced on Monday. The Panthers move to 17-3 and will play for the NESCAC title on Sunday.

Middlebury looked to gain a commanding edge in doubles play, winning the first two matches and leading in the third at #3. But Bowdoin's Noah Bragg and Kyle Wolfe rallied for a 9-8 win in the tiebreaker to cut the Panther lead to 2-1 heading into singles.

Bowdoin looked to close the gap in singles play, getting victories from Gil Roddy (6-4, 7-5) at #6 and Chase Savage (6-4, 1-6, 6-2) at #4. The Polar Bears took the opening set at both #3 with Kyle Wolfe and #5 with Luke Tercek and both first-years had a chance to win their respective matches in second-set tiebreakers. But Middlebury rallied to take both tiebreakers and clinched the match at #3 as Palmer Campbell took a 3-6, 7-6, 6-1 win over Wolfe.
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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun May 03, 2015 3:35 am

Williams Women's Tennis Defeats Bowdoin in NESCAC Semifinals

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. - The Williams College women's tennis team claimed the first three completed singles matches to secure a 5-1 win over Bowdoin in the NESCAC Semifinals on Saturday afternoon at Middlebury College.

The Polar Bears (13-4) suffer their second defeat to Williams in the last seven days while the Ephs improve to 19-0 on the year.

Bowdoin's #1 doubles pairing of Joulia Likhanskaia and Tiffany Cheng eased to a 8-3 win to give Bowdoin an early lead before Williams countered with a victory at #3 doubles. The swing match in doubles play saw Juli Raventos/Linda Shin mount a late rally to tie Bowdoin's Tess Trinka/Kyra Silitch and then take a 7-4 tiebreaker to give the Ephs a key 2-1 lead heading to singles.

Williams jumped ahead early in the top three singles matches and garnered straight-set wins at #1, #2 and #3 to seal the victory.

Bowdoin is likely to receive an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament when selections are announced on Monday.
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Re: Tennis 2015

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue May 05, 2015 7:36 am

Southern Maine to Face Skidmore College in NCAA Division III National Tournament

GORHAM, Maine – The University of Southern Maine Huskies’ men’s tennis team, the 2015 Little East Conference Champions, will face the Skidmore College Mustangs in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament. The Huskies will face the Mustangs on May 7 (tba) at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass.

Southern Maine earned its automatic qualification to the NCAA tournament by capturing the LEC crown with a 5-0 win over the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs on Saturday. Southern Maine heads to the tournament riding a 10-match win streak and stands at 12-2 overall. The Huskies’ finished the LEC regular season circuit undefeated at 6-0, earning the top seed in the championship tournament. USM advanced to the finals with a 5-0 win over Rhode Island College in the semifinals.

The Huskies are led by number one singles player junior Tyler Adams (Buxton, Maine/Bonny Eagle). The three-time LEC Player of the Week, wrapped up an undefeated season at the top of the singles lineup boasting a 13-0 overall record and an unblemished 6-0 mark against conference opponents. It is the second straight undefeated Little East Conference season for Adams who was named the 2014 Little East Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore.

Along with Adams, four other Huskies’ have posted undefeated seasons in the Little East: senior captains Thaddeus St. John (Weld, Maine/Mt. Blue) and Scott Gagne (Lewiston, Maine) are 6-0 at fourth and second doubles respectively. Gagne, named the 2015 LEC Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, is 11-2 overall at second singles, while St. John is 11-2 overall with a majority of his play at fourth singles (10-1).

Junior Eric Berry-Sandelin (South Portland, Maine) and sophomore Kyle Curley (Gorham, Maine) also turned in undefeated against Little East Conference opponents. Berry-Sandelin manned the fifth singles slot for the Huskies, finishing the regular season with a 6-1 overall record, while Curley controlled the number three singles position. Curley finished the regular season with a 10-2 overall record.



Skidmore College, ranked 30th nationally, clinched an automatic bid to the NCAAs with its Liberty League Championship victory over RPI. The Mustangs defeated RPI 5-2 in the title match and enters the NCAAs with an overall record of 12-7 and an undefeated 7-0 mark in the Liberty League. Skidmore’s 2015 trip to the NCAA tournament marks their eighth straight appearance in the NCAAs.

Southern Maine has previously won the LEC title and gained a berth into the NCAAs in 2007 and 2014. In the 2007 NCAA tournament, the Huskies’ recorded its first ever NCAA win defeating Ithaca College 5-4 to advance to the second round before falling to Middlebury College 5-0.

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