VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Marymount University men's tennis team concluded the Marlins Invitational at Virginia Wesleyan University on Sunday, closing out the first-ever competition for the new program.
The Saints competed in singles' competition against Washington (Md.) College and Hampden-Sydney College.
Freshman Dorian Guiot picked up a singles' victory for the Saints, defeating Washington's Paul Eisenmagen, 8-7.
The full results for the second day of action are below:
A- Moody/Moody (HSC) def Perry/West (VWU) 8-6
B- Tep/Gunther (VWU) def Cummings/Burns (HSC) 8-2
C- Combos/Hughes (VWU) def Conde/Donelson 8-7 (5)
A- Matthew Moody (HSC) def Timothy Tep (VWU) 8-1
B- Michael Moody (HSC) def Anthony Wilson (VWU) 8-4
C- Clark Cummings (HSC) def Nick Gunther (VWU) 8-6
D- Mitchell Perry (HSC) def Greyson Burns (HSC) 8-5
E- Henry West (VWU) def Andrew Donelson 8-6
F- Andreas Combos (VWU) def Zander Theoharis 8-3
G- Patrick Conde (HSC) def Noah Hughes 8-7 (5)
A- Dorian Guiot (MU) def Paul Eisenmagen (WC) 8-7(9)
B- August Meriot (WC) def Nicolas Stromberg (MU) 8-5
C- Kyle Hickey (WC) def Brecht Chamuleau (MU) 8-0
D- Andrew Province (WC) def Neal Devkaran (MU) 8-0
E- Christian Gruyon (WC) def Anthony Sijera (MU) 8-0
F- Mitchell Evans (WC) def Roncs Etame-Ese (MU) 8-1
A- Landon Strober (WC) def Henry West 8-2
B- Paul Eisenmagen (WC) def Mitchell Perry 8-2
C- August Meriot (WC) def Nick Gunther (VWU) 8-6
D- Andrew Province (WC) def Anthony Wilson 1-5 (ret)
E- Andreas Combos (VWU) def Andrew Smith (WC) 8-1
F- Mitchell Evans (WC) def Noah Hughes (VWU) 8-2
A- Matthew Moody (HSC) def Dorian Guiot (MU 8-7 (6)
B- Michael Moody (HSC) def Nicolas Stromberg (MU) 8-7 (6)
C- Clark Cummings (HSC) def Brecht Chamuleau (MU) 8-1
D- Grayson Burns (HSC) def Neal Devkaran (MU) 8-1
E- Andrew Donelson (HSC) def Anthony Sijera (MU) 8-0
F- Zander Thoeharis (HSC) def Roncs Etame-Ese (MU) 8-0
The Saints will return to action in the ITA Fall Regionals at the University of Mary Washington for their second fall competition, beginning on Friday, October 4.