NEW LONDON, Conn.--The Connecticut College men's tennis team recently visited Middlebury College to compete in USTA/ITA Division III Men's New England Regional Tennis Championship.
Head Coach Chris O'Brien was pleased with the effort of the team and identified some of the standout performances from the Camels' visit to the Green Mountain State.
Playing against top seeded Joey Fritz of Amherst College, junior JC Cangelosi (Estero, Fla.) put forth a hard fought battle for the Camels, dropping an 8-6 decision in the tie-breaker of the first set before falling in a 6-1 decision in the second set of play.
Josh Suneby (Wellesley, Mass.) managed to win two games in a straight set loss to Bowdoin College's Sam King.
In doubles action, Jonathan Deeter (La Quinta, Calif.) and Jonathan Kraiger (Springfield, Vt.) battled to a 6-6 tie before they fell in an 8-6 decision to Alex Johnston and Andrew Lebowitz of Middlebury College.
Josh Suneby (Wellesley, Mass.) posted a 2-2 record in combined action. JC Cangelosi (Estero, Fla.) continues to excel at #2 and finished with a 3-1 mark. Sophomore Jonathan Kraiger (Springfield, Vt.) posted a 3-1 record in combined play for the Camels between third singles and #1 doubles.
Playing at #4 singles and #1 doubles, Jonathan Deeter (La Quinta, Calif.) was equally impressive, finishing 3-1 for the weekend.