BALTIMORE, Md. – Franklin & Marshall's men's tennis team dropped to No. 24 Johns Hopkins by a 6-0 score in the Centennial Conference (CC) Semifinals on Saturday afternoon.
The Diplomats season ended with an 8-9 record while the Blue Jays continue onto the Championships with a 15-4 mark.
By the Numbers
Johns Hopkins took an early 3-0 lead after sweeping doubles action. Isaac Salas looked to get F&M going, taking the first set in No. 1 singles action 6-3 but was unable to finish the match before the Blue Jays got their fifth point.
1. Joe Cartledge/Austin Gu (JHUM) def. Sam Bellersen/Adith Chandavarkar (FMCM) 8-3
2. Aaron Carey/Scott Thygesen (JHUM) def. Isaac Salas/Zack Levin (FMCM) 8-4
3. Vishnu Joshi/Vik Vasan (JHUM) def. Andrew Pace/Tristan Steffe (FMCM) 8-4
1. Vishnu Joshi (JHUM) vs. Isaac Salas (FMCM) 6-3, 1-6, unfinished
2. Austin Gu (JHUM) def. Sam Bellersen (FMCM) 6-2, 6-0
3. Scott Thygesen (JHUM) def. Zack Levin (FMCM) 6-2, 6-2
4. Joe Cartledge (JHUM) vs. Adith Chandavarkar (FMCM) 1-6, 5-3, unfinished
5. Cody Kim (JHUM) vs. Andrew Pace (FMCM) 3-6, 0-4, unfinished
6. Aaron Carey (JHUM) def. Adrian Charchalis (FMCM) 6-3, 6-0