Men's Tennis Succeeds at Two Tournaments Saturday

Washington, D.C. - The men's tennis team had three individuals and one doubles team advance to play on Sunday, highlighted by a semifinal bout between a pair of Quakers.

Juniors Phil Law and Jason Lin won their respective matches on Saturday and will face off in a semifinal in Georgetown on Sunday. Law's path to the semis started with a 6-1, 6-1 straight-set victory and in the quarterfinals he faced off against freshman Nikola Kunovic. Law won the three-set battle, taking the final set 6-4.

Also at Georgetown, sophomore Mark Milbrandt rebounded from a disapointing first round loss to win his next three matches and reach the consolation semifinals.

At Princeton, junior Eugen Brazdil saw his run in the Flight A singles come to an end, winning in the quaters before going down in the semis to reigning Ivy Player of the Year Marc Powers, 6-2, 6-1. Despite the loss, he teamed up with Lucas Andreika to reach the finals of the Flight A doubles championship.

The duo's road to the finals was paved with two victories on Saturday. They started with an 8-3 win in the quarterfinals, before advancing to the finals with an 8-6 win over the Princeton duo of Matt Spindler and Augie Bloom. In the finals they will take on Jason Lee and Eddie Bourchier of Penn State.