Immediate Release: April 24, 2010
On Senior Day, No. 2 Moshe Levy posted a 7-5, 6-2 win in the final home match of his stellar four-year career. The two-year captain and all-conference player improved to 22-7 overall, 16-3 in duals.
"We played well," head coach Adam Cohen said. "It was nice for Moshe (Levy) to win his last two home matches. We are looking forward to the America East Championship next weekend at Yale. Hopefully we can keep our level of play up."
Junior No 1 Sven Vloedgraven dropped just one game in his straight-set win. Vloedgraven is 36-8 overall, 21-3 in duals. Junior Gilbert Wong was pushed to a third-set super tiebreak but prevailed to lift his season record to 33-7 overall, 21-1 in duals.
Junior Arnav Jain kept alive his undefeated dual season with a straight-set win at No. 5 singles. Jain is a team-best 33-3 overall, 22-0 in duals.
Binghamton heads to the America East Championship on April 30-May 2 with an NCAA bid awarded to the winner.
No. 47 Binghamton 7, Stony Brook 0
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