Immediate Release: April 7, 2004
"We would've liked to come away with a win, but overall it was a good effort," head coach Michael Starke said. "I'm proud of this team, taking themselves on the road and playing hard for six days. I think we're readying ourselves for the conference championship and hope we're a factor there."
Freshman singles player Dan Hanegby (Herzeliya, Israel) continued his utter domination against America East opponents, rolling over Tal Meir at No. 1, 6-1, 6-2. Hanegby has now won nine straight matches, and improved to 26-5 overall, including a 15-2 mark in dual matches.
Junior Juan Garcia (Lima, Peru) won for the seventh straight time - a 7-5, 6-3 triumph at No. 6. Garcia raised his overall record to 20-7, including 12-4 in duals.
Binghamton is off for nine days before hosting Rochester on the West Gym Courts on April 16.
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