March 26, 2006 - by
No. 24 Florida State Men’s Tennis Downs Boston College, 6-1

March 26, 2006



BOSTON – The No. 24-ranked Florida State men’s tennis team won its third straight tennis match Sunday with a 6-1 victory against Boston College. The Seminoles improved to 11-8 on the season and are at the top of the conference race with a 4-1 ACC record.

“We had a great weekend and got two good ACC wins under our belt,” Florida State head coach Dwayne Hultquist said. “This upcoming weekend will probably be the most important matches of the season for us because both North Carolina and Duke are top-15 teams and at the top of the conference.

“All the of the guys played really well but I was really impressed with the play of Chris Cloer. He was vey focused. The same goes for Chris Westerhof and Jason Hood. They played really hard, hit the ball strong, and are really improving with each match.”

 




























































#1  Singles


#65 Ytai Abougzir


Soma Kesthely


Florida State University


6-3, 6-3


#2  Singles


Jonathas Sucupira


Jason Sechrist


Boston College


5-7, 6-3, 1-0


#3  Singles


Maciek Sykut


Alex Rastorgouev


Florida State University


7-6, 6-3


#4  Singles


Chris Westerhof


Sam Wagner


Florida State University


6-4, 6-1


#5  Singles


Chris Cloer


Michael Reiser


Florida State University


6-0, 6-1


#6  Singles


Jason Hood


Dennis Reardon


Florida State University


6-4, 6-1


 


#1   Doubles


#37 Chris Westerhof
#37 Ytai Abougzir


Soma Kesthely
Sam Wagner


Boston College


9-7


#2   Doubles


Maciek Sykut
Chris Cloer


Brian Hartness
Alex Rastorgouev


Florida State University


8-1


#3   Doubles


Jonathas Sucupira
Ryan Boyajian


Jason Sechrist
Geoff Mueller


Florida State University


8-3

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