def. Ian Landwehr / Austin Perry (RHIT-M)
def. Andre Adam / Cam Metzger (RHIT-M)
def. Andrew Schiffman / Brendan Goldacker (RHIT-M)
def. Ian Landwehr (RHIT-M)
def. Cam Metzger (RHIT-M)
def. Andre Adam (RHIT-M)
def. Andrew Schiffman (RHIT-M)
def. Austin Perry (RHIT-M)
def. Brendan Goldacker (RHIT-M)
def. Richard Johnson / Michael Santaloci (OUM)
def. Cam Metzger / Andre Adam (RHITM)
def. Andrew Schiffman / Brendan Goldacker (RHITM)
def. Richard Johnson (OUM)
def. Walker Benson (OUM)
def. Dustin Bowie (OUM)
def. Andrew Schiffman (RHITM)
def. Austin Perry (RHITM)
def. Brendan Goldacker (RHITM)
ATLANTA, Ga. -- The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology men's tennis team gave host Oglethorpe University a tough battle before narrowly falling 5-4 to open its spring southern trip. NCAA Division I Citadel swept the Fightin' Engineers 9-0 in the nightcap.
Rose-Hulman won at the top three singles flights and No. 1 doubles in the Oglethorpe match. Ian Landwehr and Austin Perry picked up an 8-4 win in doubles play. In singles action, Landwehr won at No. 1 singles; Cam Metzger picked up a victory at the No. 2 flight; and Andre Adam won in three sets at the No. 3 position.
Rose-Hulman stands 1-2 on the young season and faces Davenport (11 a.m.) and Florida Tech (5:30 p.m.) in Orlando on Monday.