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Men’s Tennis Hosts Quad Tournament

Men’s Tennis Hosts Quad Tournament

NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College men's tennis team hosted a tournament against Wheaton, Babson and Holy Cross on Saturday afternoon.

In singles play, the Camels were led by Scott Brown and Dewey Komishane. Brown captured the No. 6 singles over Babson's Dylan Levy by retirement. After dropping the first set by a 6-4 score, he fought back to win the second set by a 6-2 decision and was winning the third, 5-4, when Levy was retired due to injury. Komishane, meanwhile, took the title at the seventh spot by defeating Matt Fagan of Holy Cross in straight sets, 6-2 and 6-2.

Connecticut College was paced by the tandem of Patrick Farrell and Henry DeCoster. Competing in the No. 3 position, the duo edged out Cam Gruss and Levy of Babson by a 9-7 score to win its bracket.

The Camels will have the next few weeks off and resume play on Saturday, Oct. 7 when it co-hosts another tournament with Coast Guard.