WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The Old Dominion men’s tennis team spent the weekend competing in Williamsburg at the I-64 Challenge at the Millie West Tennis Facility on the campus of William & Mary. The three-day event started on Friday and wrapped up this afternoon.
No. 110 Adam Moundir, the singles runner-up, and teammate Jacob Nicolussi were named to the Singles All-Tournament Team.
The Monarchs were joined by in-state rivals W&M and VCU along with Harvard of the Ivy League, who finished last season nationally ranked No. 51. The Rams made it to the A10 Conference Championship match last year.
On Friday, the Monarchs swept the top six singles matches against the Tribe.
Jacob Nicolussi went a perfect 3-0 in singles, while Moundir, the Conference USA Player of the Month, went 2-0. Michael Weindl also and Javier Jover Maestre picked up two singles wins this weekend. Jose Nunez Navarro and Justin Herrara also claimed singles wins for the Monarchs.
Old Dominion’s Weindl/Nicolussi, Jover Maestre/Junez Navarro and Moundir/Nicolussi all picked up a win in doubles action.
This concludes the fall season for the Tennis Monarchs. Old Dominion will return to action in 2017 on Jan. 14 at N.C. State, before hosting Richmond and Howard on Jan. 15 at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center.
Singles Champion Kenny Tao (Harvard)
Singles Runner-Up Adam Moundir (ODU)
Singles All-Tournament Kenny Tao (Harvard) Adam Moundir (ODU) Brian Yeung (Harvard) Jacob Nicolussi (ODU) Daryl Monfils (VCU)