STORRS, Conn. - The UConn men's tennis team wrapped up their regular season on Sunday afternoon falling to the Boston University Terriers, 6-1,, on Senior Day at home on the UConn Tennis Courts. The Huskies now move on to this week's American Athletic Conference Championship tournament at the University of Tulsa.
The Huskies got off to a strong start to the match sweeping all three doubles matches to take a 1-0 lead. From there it was all BU as the Terriers swept through singles play to take the match.
UConn's #1 doubles team of senior Jacob Spreyer (Denver, Colo.) and sophomore Christopher Toner (South Hamilton, Mass.) led the way with a 7-6 win over William Kwok and Lucas Bombonatti. The duo notched their team-leading 13th doubles victory and improved to 13-15 on the season.
Junior Andrew Ginzberg (Woodbridge, Conn.) and sophomore Zac McEntee (Yorba Linda, Calif.) teamed for a 7-5 win at #2 over Mario Sandoval and Stefan Lemire. Senior Joshua Palmer (Marietta, Ga.) and freshman Jonathan Edwards (Isle of Palms, S.C.) made it a clean sweep with a 6-3 win at #3 over Jake De Vries and Jay Leelavanich.
In singles, the Huskies lost a pair of three-set matches as Lemire topped McEntee 6-1 and 10-7 after dropping the first set 6-4 at #3. At #4, Sandoval beat Goldstein, 4-6, 6-4 and 10-3.
The 2015 AAC Championship will get underway on Thursday from Tulsa. The pairings will be announced by the league on Monday afternoon.