Men’s tennis headed to New Haven, Conn., to play against Monmouth, Yale, and Buffalo this weekend. The team had a tough weekend, losing to both Yale (2-5) and Buffalo (3-4). The Eagles saw some success in doubles from the unexpected pair of Aidan McNulty and Alexandre Thirouin, who have only played together once. McNulty and Thirouin defeated Buffalo 6-3. Hank Workman was the only player to see success in singles against Buffalo, winning 6-7, 6-4, 6-3. The team has time to recuperate—their next match is Feb. 22 against Brown University in Providence, RI.
Men and women’s track participated in the BU John Thomas Terrier Classic. Though it was unscored, the highlight for the Eagles included Paige Duca’s 10th-place finish out of a large pool of 94 competitors with a solid time of 2:51.49. The men’s team continues its indoor season in New York at the Armory Track Invitational next weekend while the women’s team stays close to home to compete at BU again for the Scarlet and White Invitational.
Women’s tennis had a strong weekend, starting with a win against Harvard and following with a decisive victory against UMass: winning both the doubles point and four-of-six singles matches. The doubles team had an overall strong weekend. Both teams that finished their games against Harvard notched the necessary wins to ensure victory over the Crimson. The singles team was split 3-3, with memorable performances from Asiya Dair and Jennifer Ren.
The ski team went to Stowe Mountain this weekend to compete in the University of Vermont Winter Carnival, coming in 10th out of 15 teams. BC finished with 150 points.
Swim and Dive
Swimming had decisive victories against Providence College on Friday. Both men and women beat the Friars, 147-56 and 120-85. The men notched first place in all but one event.
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