Villanova Men's Tennis Stumbles Against Georgetown, Loses 4-3
March 22, 2004
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Villanova men's tennis team came up just short, dropping a 4-3 match to Georgetown on Saturday. The two teams split the singles matches, but the Hoyas earned the decisive doubles point.
Angel Rubio and Lucas Kaster each battled to three-set victories at fourth and sixth singles for the Wildcats. Rubio earned his fourth win of the season and Kaster improved to 5-3 overall. Also picking up a point for the Wildcats was David Harring with a 7-5, 7-5 decision over Eric Conrad at No. 5 singles. Harring moved to 9-5 overall.
At No. 1 doubles, Aaron Kusza and Kaster paired for a 9-7 win over Dennis Cravedi and Erik Bildman. The Hoyas then rallied to capture the next two flights and seal the match.