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Buffalo Men's Tennis evens record with Sunday win over Bryant

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Bryant this morning presented a less strenuous challenge than nationally-ranked Dartmouth yesterday - though the Bulldogs did join Buffalo and Dartmouth in the NCAA Tournament last year - and UB Men's Tennis coach Lee Nickell made only minor changes to his lineup before the Bulls clinched the win early, jumping to a 4-1 lead before #4 and #6 singles finished and closing to a 5-2 win when all was said and done.

Most notably, Tony Miller wasn't in the lineup, leaving Noah Hajdu-Andersson to take his doubles place with Akhil Mehta and giving us our first look at newest Bull Artur Culicovschi in #6 singles.

At time of publish, UB has clinched the match 5-1, though with what combination of winners, I don't know. We will update once we have more.



Hromic/Alvarez (UB) def Vogt/Lorenz (BRY), 7-5
Welsh/Plutt (BRY) def Arevalillo/Nittolo (UB), 7-6 
Hajdu-Andersson/Mehta (UB) def Jakubowski/Lamart (BRY), 6-2


Hromic (UB) def Vogt (BRY), 7-5, 6-4
Alvarez (UB) def Welsh (BRY), 6-3, 6-4
Nittolo (UB) def Lorenz (BRY), 1-6, 6-3, 6-4
Arevalillo (UB) def Plutt (BRY), 7-6, 4-6, 10-5
Jakubowski (BRY) def Mehta (UB), 6-4, 6-4 
Ortiz (BRY) def. Culcovschi (UB), 4-6, 7-5, 10-6