ASHLAND, Va. – The Bridgewater College men's tennis team competed this past weekend at the Randolph-Macon Invitational.
On Saturday, the Eagles play two rounds of doubles, one against Randolph-Macon and one against Roanoke. The team also played singles against Roanoke.
In doubles play, Canon Secord and Matthew Gordon were victorious in both matches. The Eagles' duo won the match over Randolph-Macon 8-3 and then took an 8-5 win over Roanoke in doubles play.
In singles, the Eagles won all five matches against Roanoke.
Secord took an 8-2 victory over Jack Fishwick at No. 1. Gordon stopped Jack Doriss 8-2 at the No. 2 slot and Sonet Gandhi downed Thomas Hodges at No. 3 singles 8-1. At No. 4 singles, Nick Kiser defeated Michael Morrell 8-5 while Leyton Pullin won his match at No. 5 by a score of 8-2.
On Sunday, Bridgewater played singles against Randolph-Macon and Methodist. The Eagles also played doubles against Methodist.
Secord won both of his matches at No.1 singles. He edged Macon's Grant Sarver 8-7, winnig the tiebreaker 9-7. He also defeated Methodist's Trent Harner 8-3.