Emory Men's Tennis Repeats as UAA Champions

Emory Men's Tennis Repeats as UAA Champions

From Emory University Athletics

The Emory men's tennis team defended its University Athletic Association Championship on Saturday, defeating Washington University in the finals of the conference title match. The No. 1-ranked Eagles captured their seventh straight match and raised their overall record to 20-3 following a 6-3 triumph over the No. 7 Bears.  

Emory trailed by a 2-1 margin following doubles play, with the No. 2 team of senior Rafe Mosetick and freshman Jonathan Jemison accounting for the team's point, upping their season record to 17-3 overall.  

The Eagles clawed back in singles, capturing five of the six matches. Mosetick knotted the match score following his 6-3, 6-1, triumph at No. 1 over John Carswell, his 24th victory in 30 decisions this year. Freshman Adrien Bouchet gave Emory the lead for good when he topped Jeremy Bush at No. 4, 6-0, 6-3, raising his season mark to 21-7.  

Junior Aman Manji came through with the clinching point at four singles, with his 7-5, 6-3 outcome over Tyler Kratky his seventh straight triumph, and his 19th successful decision in 24 contests this year.  Freshman Andrew Harrington recorded the other singles point, winning a 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, battle over Jake Klein at No. 6.

Saturday's championship performance represented the 25th time in its 29 appearances that Emory had won the league crown.