Bulldogs Strong on First Day of West Point Fall Quad
Hagermoser, Krumholz Perfect Through Day One
WEST POINT, N.Y. — The Yale men's tennis team came out strong on the first day of the West Point Fall Quad Saturday, going 10-4 at singles and 3-1 at doubles.
Yale opened the tournament with doubles and singles matches against St. Bonaventure. The Bulldogs claimed three of four doubles matches, with sophomore Jason Brown and junior Daniel Faierman cruising to an 8-2 victory over Hristo Hristov and Jacob Mishkin. At singles, the Bulldogs were perfect, sweeping the Bonnies 7-0 with all wins coming in two sets.
Yale finished Saturday with a flight of singles matches against a strong Boston College team. The Bulldogs went 3-4 against the Eagles. Freshman Alex Hagermoser and junior Zachary Krumholz took down Michael McGinnis and Aiden McNulty, respectively, to both secure perfect records on the day. Freshman Tyler Lu had the other win for the Bulldogs, defeating Phil Nelson 6-2, 6-4.
Yale will resume play Sunday with a doubles matchup against Boston College at 9 a.m. They will then take on Army at doubles before closing the day with singles matches against the host.
Report by Joe Giammittorio '15, Yale Sports Publicity