VCU’s males’s tennis crew saved its string of Atlantic 10 match success going Sunday afternoon, clinching a fourth straight match title.
The Rams beat Richmond 4-0 on the USTA Nationwide Campus in Orlando. VCU was the match’s high seed for the third straight 12 months.
Sunday’s title additionally marked a second in a row for coach Anthony Rossi, who took over this system in the summertime of 2018, for longtime coach Paul Kostin.
In opposition to the Spiders, doubles companions Quentin Couland and Charles Bertimon beat Richmond’s Matt Fernandez and Alex Wernink 6-2, and David Cierny and Lleyton Cronje beat Josh Keitelman and Daniel Kliebhan 6-3 to offer the Rams the doubles level.
In singles, VCU’s Inigo Torre Martin beat Wernink 6-1, 6-1; Cronje — No. 80 within the ITA’s Division I singles rankings — took down Fernandez 6-1, 6-3; and Rayane Secure received 6-4, 6-2 towards John Walsh to clinch the match.
The Rams swept matches towards Saint Joseph’s Friday and Davidson Saturday to make the ultimate.
The lads’s crew’s title got here at some point after the VCU ladies’s crew received a seventh A-10 title within the final eight years. Mixed, the VCU males’s and ladies’s squads have received 12 of a doable 16 A-10 titles because the college joined the A-10 forward of the 2012-21 college 12 months.