Men's Tennis Wins Two More Matches, Runs Winning Streak to Six
Colonials Freshman Yan Levinski Improves Record to 8-0
Feb. 18, 2008
WASHINGTON, DC - George Washington University men's tennis won another two matches over the weekend, both of them coming in Atlantic 10 Conference competition. On Saturday night, GW defeated Dayton, 7-0, in a match held at the Regency Sport & Health Club in McLean, VA. Then, late Sunday night, GW downed Temple, 4-0, in a shortened contest held at the Cheltenham Tennis Courts in Philadelphia, PA. GW now owns a six-match winning streak as they improved their overall record to 8-3 and 4-0 in A-10 play.
Saturday night, GW cruised to the 7-0 victory over Dayton. The Colonials claimed the doubles point by winning two of the three matches, including a win from the No. 1 position, as Mustafa Gencsoy and Ryan Hunter teamed up to take the match, 8-3. In singles action, the Colonials took all six matches in straight sets.
Later Sunday night, GW defeated Temple, 4-0, in Philadelphia, in a match was shortened due to time. Of the matches that were completed, the Colonials won them all. They claimed two doubles matches to earn the doubles point and then secured three more points with three victories in the singles competition.
George Washington will host Binghamton Sunday, Mar. 2, at 1:00 p.m. at the Mount Vernon Campus in Washington, DC. GW is 5-0 at home this season.
1. Mustafa Gencsoy/Ryan Hunter (GW) def. David Peyton/Michael Rohana (DAY) 8-3
2. James O'Connell/Matt Sherman (DAY) def. Erik Hannah/Yan Levinski (GW) 8-5
3. Sam Salyer/Ryan Schlachter (GW) def. Antonio Rodriguez/Michael Koscielski (DAY) 8-3
George Washington 4, Temple 0