Freshman Andy Nguyen went 3-0 in singles and was tabbed the Corey Winn Freshman Player to Watch. Photo courtesy of DSPics.com.
CAMBIRDGE, Mass. - The Harvard Fall Classic
kicked off Friday morning at the Robert M. Beren ’47 Tennis
Center. Along with the Crimson, Alabama, Minnesota and Notre Dame
competed in the three-day long event. Harvard racked up 17 wins
over the weekend.
Harvard’s Andy Nguyen took the Corey Winn Freshman Player to Watch Award by posting a 3-0 record in singles play. Nguyen defeated Notre Dame’s David Anderson, Minnesota’s Brendan Ruddock and Michael Thompson from Alabama.
The Crimson recorded 12 singles wins by eight different players and five doubles wins by four different pairs. Nguyen led the host with three singles wins. Sophomore Alistair Felton and junior Aba Omodele-Lucien won two matches each. The team of senior captain Michael Hayes and sophomore Davis Mangham picked up a pair of doubles wins on the weekend.
Harvard returns to action for the ITA Northeast Regionals at Hanover, N.H., Oct. 16-18.