Sept. 24-25, 1999  

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ECAC Championshiup]]ps
at Princeton, N.J.

#1 Singles

2nd rd.
Dmitri Kudrjavtsev (Bates) bye

2nd rd.
Dmitri Kudrjavtsev (Bates) l. Craig Schwartz (Dowling), 4-6, 5-7

#2 Singles

1st rd.
Greg Norton (Bates) def. Tyler Burt (Cabrini), 6-0, 6-0

2nd rd.
Norton def. Leno Laser (Queens College), 6-2, 6-0

Norton l. Brian Roland (Towson State), 2-6, 7-5, 5-7


1st Rd.
Dave Carlson/Chris Danforth (Bates) bye

2nd rd.
Carlson/Danforth def. Josh Bell/Matt Fish (Towson St.), 7-5, 6-2

Carlson/Danforth def. Mark Braustein/Josh White (Rochester), 6-2, 6-3

Carlson/Danforth def. Sergio Barbu/Fabio Cascao (Concordia), 6-3, 1-6, 6-4

#1 	Towson			14.0 points
#2 	Lafayette		12.5 points
#3 	Concordia		11.5 points
#4 	Bates		11.0 points
#5 	Dowling			10.5 points
#5 	Rochester		10.5 points
#7 	Franklin & Marshall	10.0 points
#8 	Loyola (MD)		6.0 points
#8 	St. Joseph's (PA)	6.0 points
#10 	Bryant			5.5 points
#11	Queens			5.0 points
#12	Drew			4.5 points
#13	Cabrini			3.0 points
PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Bates College men's tennis team had their second straight strong showing at a fall tournament this weekend, taking fourth place at the ECAC championships, an event that featured teams from all three NCAA Divisions. The Bobcats finished with 11 points, just 0.5 out of third place, behins Division I Towson State and Lafayette and Division II Concordia.

The highlight of the tournament for Bates was the tandem of Dave Carlson (Ramsey, N.J.) and Chris Danforth (Belle Meade, N.J.), who won the doubles tournament, defeating opponents from Towson, Rochester and Concordia in the process. Carlson and Danforth, who were eliminated in the first round of last week's Middlebury tournament, rallied to win the final set, 6-4, after Concordia rallied to win the second set to tie the match.

In singles action, senior Greg Norton rolled through the his first two matches, dropping just two games, including a 6-0, 6-2, victory over the second seed from Queens College. In the semifinals, Norton extended the three sets before being eliminated 7-5 in the final stanza. Junior Dmitri Kudrjavtsev (Tallinn, Estonia) was seeded third in the 'A' flight, but lost in the second round to the eventual champion.

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