CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson men’s tennis team defeated Binghamton 4-1 and Army 4-0 in a double header in West Point, N.Y. on Sunday. With the wins, the Tigers improved to 6-2 on the season.
Clemson 4, Binghamton 1The Tigers won the doubles point, after wins by Simon Baudry and Carlos Kelaidis at No. 3 (6-2) and Pierre-Louis Dodens and Jacob Jahn at No. 2 (7-5). Jahn won his match at No. 6 to open singles play before the Bearcats picked up their lone point at No. 2 singles. Dodens and Yizhou Liu finished off the match for Clemson with wins at No. 6 and No. 5 singles, respectively.
Clemson 4, Army 0In doubles play, Dodens and Jahn won their second match of the day at No. 2, defeating their Army opponent 6-1. Baudry and Liu clinched the doubles point with a 6-2 victory on Court 1. Three Tigers, Jahn at No. 5, Kelaidis at No. 3 and Liu at No. 4, completed the 4-0 sweep with straight set singles victories against the Black Knights.
HEAD COACH JOHN BOETSCH QUOTE“I’m happy with our progress this weekend. The guys did a good job challenging each other and we are competing better as a team. Thank you to Army Head Coach Jim Poling, a Clemson alum, for hosting us!”
UP NEXTThe Tigers return to action on Friday, Feb. 15 in Columbia, S.C. as they face South Carolina in a 3 p.m. rivalry match.