Men's Tennis Concludes Weekend Play in Rhode Island

Alex Tropiano.

Oct. 8, 2013

Complete Results

WASHINGTON – The Georgetown men’s tennis team concluded play over the weekend at the Margaux Powers Memorial Tournament in Providence, R.I.  The tournament was hosted by Brown University and also included Dartmouth College and Middlebury College.

Georgetown junior John Brosens won all three of his singles matches against Eli Whittle of Brown, Max Schmidt of Dartmouth and Allen Jackson of Middlebury.  Hoya freshman Jack Murphy won his two singles matches against Brendan Tannednaum of Dartmouth and Jackson Frons of Middlebury.

GU sophomore Daniel Khanin defeated Middlebury’s Palmer Campbell in the number one singles match; 6-2, 6-2.

Georgetown’s Alex Tropiano, a junior, won two doubles matches.  He was paired with Murphy against Dartmouth’s Max Schmidt and George Wall, who they defeated 8-5, and with GU’s senior co-captain Casey Distaso in the number one doubles match against Middlebury’s Brantner Jones and Palmer Campbell, who they beat 8-1.

Georgetown v. Brown
#1: Daniel Hirschberg (Brown) def. Daniel Khanin (GU); 6-5(3), 6-4
#2: William Spector (Brown) def. Shane Korber (GU); 6-5(4), 6-1
#3: Gregory Garcia (Brown) def. Yannik Mahlangu (GU); 6-1, 6-5(3)
#4: Ivan Kravtchenko (Brown) def. Alex Tropiano (GU); 5-6(1), 6-4, 10-5
#5: Soufiane Azargui (Brown) def. Jack Murphy (GU); 6-5(4), 6-2
#6: Casey Distaso (GU) def. Thomas Nath (Brown); 6-3, 1-6, 10-6
#7: John Brosens (GU) def. Eli Whittle (Brown); 3-6, 6-4, 10-5
#8: Max Novak (GU) def. Andrew Lebovitz (Middlebury); 6-3, 6-4 **
** Leborvitz of Middlebury filled in the number 8 match for Brown since they did not have enough players

#1: William Spector/Justin To (Brown) def. Alex Tropiano / Casey Distaso (GU); 8-5
#2: Daniel Hirschberg/Gregory Garcia (Brown) def. Shane Korber / Yannik Mahlangu (GU); 8-4
#3: Ivan Kravtchenko/Sougiane Azargui (Brown) def. Andrew Dottino / Jack Murphy (GU); 8-6
#4: Daniel Khanin / Max Novak (GU) def. David Neff/Thomas Nath (Brown); 6-4



Georgetown v. Dartmouth
#1: Sam Todd (D) def. Daniel Khanin (GU); 6-4, 3-6, 10-7
#2: Chris Kipouras (D) def. Shane Korber (GU); 6-4, 6-0
#3: George Wall (D) def. Yannik Mahlangu (GU); 6-2, 6-2
#4: Cameron Ghorbani (D) def. Alex Tropiano (GU); 6-5(4), 6-3
#5: Diego Pedraza (D) def. Casey Distaso (GU); 6-5(7), 3-6, 10-5
#6: Jack Murphy (GU) def. Brendan Tannenbaum (D); 6-4, 6-1
#7: Erik Nordahl (D) def. Jordan Portner (GU); 6-0, 6-2
#8: John Brosens (GU) def. Max Schmidt (D); 2-6, 6-2, 10-7

#1: Cameron Ghorbani/Brendan Tannenbaum (D) def. John Brosens / Casey Distaso (GU); 8-2
#2: Diego Pedraza/Chris Kipouras (D) def. Shane Korber / Yannik Mahlangu (GU); 8-5
#3: Erik Nordahl/Sam Todd (D) def. Daniel Khanin / Jordan Portner (GU); 8-4
#4: Alex Tropiano / Jack Murphy (GU) def. Max Schmidt/George Wall (D); 8-5

Georgetown v. Middlebury
#1: Daniel Khanin (GU) def. Palmer Campbell (M); 6-2, 6-2
#2: Brantner Jones (M) def. Shane Korber (GU); 6-5(7), 4-6, 10-8
#3: Alex Johnston (M) def. Yannik Mahlangu (GU); 6-2, 6-5(5)
#4: Teddy Fitzgibbons (M) def. Alex Tropiano (GU); 3-6, 6-4, 10-3
#5: Courtney Mountifield (M) def. Casey Distaso (GU); 6-5(5), 2-6, 10-8
#6: Jack Murphy (GU) def. Jackson Frons (M); 6-4, 2-6, 10-8
#7: John Brosens (GU) def. Allen Jackson (M); 6-2, 6-5(3)
#8: Ari Smolyar (M) def. Max Novak (GU); 6-2, 6-1

#1: Alex Tropiano / Casey Distaso (GU) def. Brantner Jones/Palmer Campbell (M); 8-1
#2: Alex Johnston/Andrew Lebovitz (M) def. Shane Korber / Yannik Mahlangu (GU); 8-3
#3: Andrew Dottino / Max Novak (GU) def. Ari Smolyar/Courtney Mountifield (M); 8-6
#4: Allen Jackson/Jackson Frons (M) def. Jordan Portner / Jack Murphy (GU); 8-7(4)

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