BALTIMORE, Md. – Franklin & Marshall's men's tennis team fell to No. 24 Johns Hopkins by a 6-0 tally in the Centennial Conference (CC) Semifinals on Saturday afternoon.
The Diplomats ended their season with a 10-9 overall record while the Blue Jays improved to 17-3.
By the Numbers
No. 1 doubles pair Jack Rothman and Sam Bellersen took their competitors to a tiebreaker to start the match but fell by a 9-8 (9-7) score. With a 3-0 lead going into singles action, the Blue Jays were able to win in straight sets to take the match.
1. David Perez/Scott Thygesen (JHUM) def. Sam Bellersen/Jack Rothman (FMCM) 9-8 (9-7)
2. Joe Cartledge/Austin Gu (JHUM) def. Zack Levin/Isaac Salas (FMCM) 8-3
3. Vishnu Joshi/Vik Vasan (JHUM) def. Andrew Pace/Will Samuels (FMCM) 8-2
1. Vishnu Joshi (JHUM) def. Jack Rothman (FMCM) 6-2
2. Eric Yoo (JHUM) def. Isaac Salas (FMCM) 6-1, 6-4
3. Cody Kim (JHUM) def. Zack Levin (FMCM) 6-2, 6-1
4. Sam Bellersen (FMCM) vs. Austin Gu (JHUM) no result
5. Will Samuels (FMCM) vs. Justin Kang (JHUM) no result
6. Andrew Pace (FMCM) vs. Joe Cartledge (JHUM) no result