Men's Tennis Post Strong Weekend at Binghamton
The Army West Point Men's Tennis team turned in a strong appearance in its fall opener over the weekend. The Black Knights saw four flight titles in singles play and an overall doubles champion. "Good tournament for us, especially for the first time out this fall," said head coach Jim Poling. "A lot of good matches and I'm proud of our guys." Myles Conlin was victorious in the top flight (Lane Bracket). The senior captain defeated Matthew Johnson in three sets -- 5-7, 6-4, 10-6 in the final.
Thomas Lake was stellar in his first collegiate tournament, going 8-0 throughout the tournament in singles and doubles. David Gorshein also finished undefeated during the three days of singles play. Also making his collegiate debut, Nathan Jose went 3-0 in singles on his way to top billing in the White Bracket. The Black Knights finished the tournament with a 24-8 record in singles play overall. The Cadets were 14-10 in doubles action over the three days. Read more.