Claremont, California - The Tiger men's tennis team finished off a West Coast road trip with an 8-1 win over Carnegie Mellon University on Tuesday.
Trinity evened its record to 8-8 on the season, winning for the second straight match after losing two consecutive. The Tigers finished the five-match road trip with a 3-2 overall record.
In doubles, Trinity started off with three points to take the early advantage, then won four singles matches in straight sets. The Tigers lost at No. 2 singles, narrowly missing a sweep.
Connor Dunn recorded a 6-3, 3-6, 10-8 win in the only three-set match in singles play. Dunn also teamed up with Greg Haugen for an 8-2 win at No. 3 doubles. Aaron Skinner and Jordan Mayer also won in both singles and doubles, as did Greg Haugen and Charlie Curtis.
Curtis teamed with Nicolas Moreno to win in doubles, but Moreno lost his singles match, playing in the second position.
Trinity returns to action on Wednesday, March 20, hosting Johns Hopkins University at 5:00 p.m. It will be the first home match for the Tigers since February 16.