Despite winning the doubles point, Boston College men’s tennis lost to Brown 4-3 after dropping the first four singles courts.
The Eagles put up a fight in the first round of the ACC Tournament, but couldn’t complete the upset, losing 4-2 to Clemson Wednesday morning. Derek Austin notched a win on the first singles court in the defeat.
To close out the regular season, the Eagles displayed improved play in a win over the Falcons and a loss to the Yellow Jackets.
Clemson entered having lost nine straight matches, but Boston College men’s tennis’s effort wasn’t enough as the Eagles fell 5-2 on Friday afternoon at the Plex.
The last two seasons, Duke has handed the Eagles convincing 7-0 defeats. On Sunday afternoon that trend continued, with the Blue Devils rolling to a 6-1 win to drop BC to 0-11 in conference play.
Wills Tutecky picked up a win in straight sets at sixth singles, but the rest of the Eagles struggled as the team fell to the Tar Heels on the road.
Derek Austin and Conor Mullins defeated the 33rd-best doubles duo in the nation, but the Eagles still ended up losing to the Crimson, 6-1.