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Andres Urrea scored a win on Sunday
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Men's Tennis Wraps Up Play at Penn Invitational
Courtesy: SJU Athletic Communications  
Release:  09/29/2013

PHILADELPHIA – Members of the Saint Joseph’s men’s tennis team took on players from Buffalo, Penn, and Stony Brook on Sunday as the Hawks concluded play at the Penn Invitational.  Sophomore Andres Urrea won his second flight singles match to score the lone victory for SJU.

Urrea defeated Vinicius Degani of Stony Brook, 8-6.

Saint Joseph’s will host a one-day tournament on October 6 before heading to the ITA Regional Championships in Blacksburg, Virginia, on October 17.

Results

Doubles

1. Zach Katz / Andrew Berman (Penn) def. Pierre Brondeau / Kyle Chalmers (SJU), 8-6

2. John Sharp / Thomas Spratt (Penn) def. Andres Urrea / Kevin Gates (SJU), 6-2

3. Hari Rohan / Vinicius Degani (Stony Brook) def. Clark Ruiz / Jason Sisti (SJU), 8-2

Singles

1. Brondeau (SJU) – no match

2. Urrea (SJU) def. Degani (Stony Brook), 8-6

3. Chalmers (SJU) – no match

4. Rohan (Stony Brook) def. Gates (SJU), 8-4

5. Yevgeniy Jason Shkodnik (Buffalo) def. Paranjay Malhotra (SJU), 6-5, 4-6, 6-3

6. Stu Little (Penn) def. Tristan Boustany (SJU), 6-5, 6-4

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