No. 4 Lindsey Wilson Too Much for AU Tennis
COLUMBIA, Ky. – Asbury men’s tennis couldn’t match No. 4 Lindsey Wilson’s depth on Monday afternoon, losing 9-0. The loss snaps the Eagles’ four match winning streak and is only the second loss of the season.
Asbury (9-2) had strong performances at the top of the lineup but the bottom just couldn’t match the 11-2 Blue Raiders. Nathan Schley put up the best performance in singles action, playing against the 11th ranked player in NAIA in Fernando Bogajo in a third set tiebreak, 4-6, 6-3, 10-6. Schley teamed with Scott Layton at number one doubles to provide the most resistance there, losing 8-6 to 22nd ranked Bogajo and Franciso Charters.
Lindsey’s number two singles player, 45th ranked Fabricio Morales, defeated Layton 7-5, 6-3 in the second most competitive match. The Blue Raiders dropped only seven games in the final four singles matches and only three in the bottom two doubles matches.
The gauntlet continues for the Eagles as they travel to 16th-ranked Campbellsville on Wednesday at 3 p.m.