COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. – Several Ursinus College men's tennis players extended winning streaks as the Bears handled Cabrini, 7-2, in non-conference action at the Bailey Courts.
Fontanese and Groff made it four in a row at number one doubles, rolling to an 8-2 result on the top court.
The other two doubles matches were tightly contested, but went the way of the hosts. Junior Connor DeFaber-Schumacher and freshman Simbarashe Kanjanda edged out an 8-6 result at number two, while Lachowicz and sophomore Kyle Bookman moved to 4-3 together with an 8-6 victory on the third court.
Lachowicz was first in the win column in singles for the Bears, cruising to a 6-0, 6-2 triumph at number five and stretching his individual winning streak to six matches.
Fontanese has won his last four singles matches following a 6-4, 6-1 decision at number three, and Groff made it three for his last three with a 6-2, 6-0 final at number one.
DeFaber-Schumacher had no issues in a 6-1, 6-1 score line at number two singles. The Cavaliers (5-2) grabbed their lone points at fourth and sixth singles.
The Bears hit the road to face Goucher on Saturday.