Anchor Staff Writer
Rhode Island College’s Men’s Tennis has been on a roll recently. The Anchormen have put together a four-match win streak. The list of teams the Anchormen have won against include Castleton University, Bridgewater State University, Suffolk University, and UMass Boston. This win streak has brought the team to a 7-4 record.
Last Saturday, the win streak started with a 9-0 win over Castleton University. This was a dominant win as all three doubles and all six singles won. It was a dominant showing by the team as the team did not even lose a set. The doubles teams consisted of Jack Cadden and Josh Brien, Noah Morin and Elijah Gouin and Zach Siemmao and Peter Pond. Cadden, Brien, Morin, Gouin and Siemmao also all won as singles. Andrew Fanning won his singles match as well.
The win streak continued on Tuesday, April 11, as the Anchormen beat Bridgewater State University in a match with a close score of 5-4. Morin, Gouin and Fanning all were victorious in singles. Morin’s match saw him dominate the third set. Gouin swept the first two sets. Fanning had the closest match, as the third set was a nail biter. Doubles saw the teams of Morin and Gouin and Siemmao come out on top.
A 7-2 victory against Suffolk University on Thursday, April 13, extended the Anchormen’s win streak to three wins. Morin, Cadden, Gouin, Siemmao and Fanning all won their singles matches. Siemmao and Fanning swept both of their sets in dominant fashion. The teams of Morin and Gouin and Siemmao and Kyle O’Connor won their doubles matches.
RIC wrapped up the last of their four recent games with a 6-3 victory on Saturday against UMass Boston. This win saw Morin, Gouin, Siemmao and Fanning all winning their singles matches. Gouin had a dominant showing in this match, posting 6-0 scores in both of his sets. The doubles of Brien and Cadden and Siemmao and Pond won their doubles matches.
The Anchormen’s next game will wrap up their season as they hope to end on a five-game win streak. RIC will face Western Connecticut on Wednesday, April 19 on the road.