#23 GC Men’s Tennis Stays Perfect, Upsets #17 Queens University, 4-2
NEWBERRY, S.C. – The #23 Georgia College Men’s Tennis team (3-0) continued their unbeaten run to start the 2019 season by defeating #17 Queens University (2-1) in Newberry, S.C. Friday morning, 4-2.
The Bobcats gained the edge with two dominant performances in doubles action to secure the team point.
In the first slot, the pairing of Robin Moller (Hamburg, Germany) and Matt Rogel (Sautron, France) kicked off the match with an impressive 6-2 performance versus Paolo Bompieri and Joe Dunlap. Augustin Aran Martin and Sebastian Muem pulled Queens even with a win in third flight singles, besting Nathan Connelly (McDonough, Georgia) and Enzo Kohn (Rio de Janiero, Brazil), 6-2. With the final match being played, in the second slot, Jannik Kumbier (Neumünster, Germany) and Noah Wallace (Grayson, Georgia) gave the Bobcats the doubles victory by controlling Julian Bosch and Kasper Rolfsen with a 6-3 score.
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No. 3 #LynnMTennis Picks up Sunday Triumph— Lynn Athletics (@Lynn_Knights) February 17, 2019
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