Courtesy Middlebury Athletic Communications
AMHERST, Mass. - Middlebury College claimed four of the six singles finals and two of the three doubles finals to win the 2005 NESCAC Men's Tennis Championship Tournament, hosted by Amherst College on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Two-time defending top-flight singles champion William Boe-Wiegaard of Bates fell to Bowdoin's McAfee Burke in the No. 1 singles final. Burke and teammate Garrett Gates defeated the Middlebury duo of Justin Ingoglia and George Mayer for the No. 1 doubles title.
Team scores are determined as follows: Three points are awarded for each main draw win in six singles flights and three doubles flights. Individuals or doubles teams who receive a bye in the first round of a draw and win their first match receive six points. One point is awarded for each consolation victory. Seeds are listed in parentheses.
Singles - Final: (2) McAfee Burke (Bowdoin) def. (4)
William Boe-Wiegaard (Bates) 2-6, 6-3. 7-6 (8-6)
#2 Singles - Final: (1) Ari Beilin (Middlebury) def. (2) Jeffery Kivitz (Williams) 7-5, 6-3
#3 Singles - Final: (2) Sam Bitetti (Bowdoin) def. (1) Nate Edmunds (Middlebury) 4-6, 7-5, 7-5
#4 Singles - Final: (1) George Mayer (Middlebury) def. (3) Michael Mintz (Amherst) 3-6, 6-2. 6-3
#5 Singles - Final: (1) Alex Scott (Middlebury) def. (3) Max Rettig (Amherst) 6-1, 6-4
#6 Singles - Final: (1) Salih Unsal (Middlebury) def. (2) Bryan Monier (Williams) 6-1, 6-4
#1 Doubles - Final: (2) McAfee Burke/Garrett Gates (Bowd.) def. Justin Ingoglia/George Mayer (Midd.) 8-3
#2 Doubles - Final: (1) Ari Beilin/Alex Scott (Midd.) def. (3) Daniel Greenberg/Bryan Monier (Williams) 8-5
#3 Doubles - Final: (1) Nate Edmunds/Brian Waldron (Midd.) def. (2) Keneally/Lawson (Bowd.) 9-8 (9-7)