Posted: Oct 20, 2019
- As a team, the Polar Bears went 12-3 in doubles play and 9-7 in singles action against a field that included some of the top teams in the region, including four other NESCAC schools.
- Fortier and Vergara cruised to two wins to reach the final of the B-doubles bracket where they battled Tegtmeier and Vohra of Brandeis, eventually taking an 8-7 (3) win to take the crown.
- Bradley and Wang dominated the B-singles division, eaching earning three victories to reach the final. In the championship match, the teammates traded sets before playing an incredible 32-point tiebreaker that Bradley eventually won 17-15 to claim the match 7-5, 1-6, 17-15.
- Bowdoin will return to action in the spring with their full slate of dual matches beginning in March in California.