COA News 2024


Shoremen paddle past devils in Conference Play

CHESTERTOWN, Md. – The Dickinson men’s tennis team suffered their second straight loss Saturday afternoon as host Washington College posted an 8-1 conference victory at the Schottland Tennis Center.

Doubles (Coastmen 3-0)
The best Devil team of Romano De Caprio And Will Lewis came closest to a win, but Aaradith Ravichandran and Karl Hoegstedt defeated them 8-5. The third group with Florian Anderson And DJ Finnel won the next match and made it three in an 8–3 loss to Johannes Ludwigstorff and Jorge Urgal Zuleta. Drew Allen And Eddie Chow playing in the second slot dropped an 8-2 decision to Ryohei Kawai and Kohl Perkins.

Singles (walmen 5-1)
Dickinson’s only win came in third place, where Lewis trailed 1-0 in the first set against Perkins before being forced to retire, allowing DC to move to 3-1. However, wins by Hoegstedt (1st) and Ravichandran (4th) over De Caprio (0-6, 1-6) and Allen (3-6, 1-6) secured the victory for the hosts, making it 5-1. At number two, Finnell made a valiant effort against Kawai, but was trailed 5-7, 3-6. Chow (5th) and Aidan MacIntosh (6th) combined and won five matches against Zuleta (0-6, 2-6) and Ludwigstorff (3-6, 0-6).

The first serve
Dickinson (8-7, 1-5 Centennial) will look to get back to winning ways on Wednesday when they welcome Gettysburg College to the Hays Tennis Courts for a 4 p.m. start.