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Men's tennis whitewashes RIT 9-0


The Hamilton College men’s tennis team posted its fourth 9-0 win of the year, blanking visiting Rochester Institute of Technology inside Hamilton's Margaret Bundy Scott Field House on Wednesday.

The Continentals won all six singles matches in straight sets and dropped a total of 10 games in winning the three doubles contests.

Five Hamilton players were double winners, led by Jon Cohen '17 (fourth flight singles) and Eyad Nagori '18 (fifth singles). Both players picked up their eighth singles win of the season.

Nagori and James Oliver '15 – a straight-set winner at first flight singles – teamed for an 8-0 victory at second flight doubles.

Cohen and Matt Billet '15 are now 5-4 at third flight doubles. Billet swept his opponent at second flight singles.

Max McKee-Proctor '17 rounded out Hamilton’s double winners. He cruised to a third flight singles win to even his season record at 7-7 and paired with Austin Lokre '16 to win at first flight doubles.

Jack Vissicchio '17, who is 5-4 on the year, was a straight-set winner at sixth flight singles.

The Continentals return to NESCAC play on Saturday, April 4, hosting nationally ranked No. 6 Middlebury College in a 3:30 p.m. match.

RIT vs Hamilton

04/01/2015 at Clinton, N.Y. (Scott Field House)
Hamilton 9, RIT 0

Doubles competition
1. Austin LOKRE/Max McKEE-PROCTOR (HAM) def. Amos Baptiste/Jared Ingoglia (RIT) 8-5
2. James OLIVER/Eyad NAGORI (HAM) def. Marc Lachance/Jared Raphael (RIT) 8-0
3. Jon COHEN/Matt BILLET (HAM) def. Jason Alexander/Ian Dansereau (RIT) 8-5

Singles competition
1. James OLIVER (HAM) def. Amos Baptiste (RIT) 6-0, 6-1
2. Matt BILLET (HAM) def. Jared Ingoglia (RIT) 6-0, 6-2
3. Max McKEE-PROCTOR (HAM) def. Marc Lachance (RIT) 6-4, 6-1
4. Jon COHEN (HAM) def. Jared Raphael (RIT) 6-0, 6-1
5. Eyad NAGORI (HAM) def. Jason Alexander (RIT) 6-0, 6-1
6. Jack VISSICCHIO (HAM) def. Ian Dansereau (RIT) 6-0, 6-2

Match Notes: RIT 3-6; Hamilton 7-6

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