FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. – No. 18 BYU-Hawaii men's tennis swept Emmanuel College 8-0 on Friday at the Emmanuel College tennis courts.
No. 43 Martin Chojnacki only allowed one game to be won by his Emmanuel opponent, winning 6-0, 6-1 on the first singles court. Ibrahim Karmadzhe faced a tough battle on the second court before winning 6-2, 7-6(4). Wei-Feng Lee triumphed over Joaquin Marshall winning 6-1, 6-2 on the third court.
Peng Dai's 6-3, 6-1 victory over his Emmanuel opponent extended the Seasiders' (10-5) lead over the Lions, while Colton Pate wrapped up the singles matches with an 8-0 victory. Taylor De Hoyas played a 7-6(10) first set with his opponent before the match was left unfinished due to the BYU-Hawaii lead in the team score.
Chojnacki and De Hoyas took the first doubles court with an 8-5 match victory. Dai and Lee defeated their Lion challengers 8-1. Pate and Karmadzhe finished the sweep for the Seasiders winning an 8-1 match.
BYU-Hawaii continues its East Coast road swing on Saturday facing Shorter at 10:00 a.m. EDT.