With wins in both doubles and singles matches from senior CJ Krimbill, the No. 14 Case Western Reserve University men's tennis team outscored No. 22 North Carolina Wesleyan by a score of 5-0 on Sunday afternoon in Gambier, Ohio.
The Spartans are now 6-1 overall, while N.C. Wesleyan dropped to a 2-5 mark.
Krimbill and his doubles partner, senior Louis Stuerke, brought in an 8-4 win over Sebastian Sikh and Peter Hviid at first doubles. Second doubles junior Freddy Daum and freshman John Benedetto outscored Ioannis Brokakis and Mikhail Konnov, 8-5. Sweeping the doubles matches, the No. 3 doubles team of juniors James Fojtasek and Phil Gruber won their match against David Chang and Sebastian Wiiala, 8-1.
The Spartans secure the victory with wins at first singles and fifth singles. Krimbill scored a second point of the day for CWRU with a win at No. 1 singles against Sebastian Sikh. Krimbill won the first set 6-3, but Sikh tied up the match winning the second set by 6-3. Krimbill came back in the third to outscore his opponent 6-1 for the win. At fifth singles, junior Kevin Dong defeated Eduardo Ugalde in straight sets by scores of 6-4, 6-4.
The Spartans will now take a week and return to action on Sunday, March 6 at 3:00 p.m. with a match at Grossmont College.