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Men's Tennis Wins Five Finals at Nat'l Tennis Center
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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Release: 09/23/2012
From left to right, Zack McCourt, assistant coach Ryan Keckley, Michael Lin, Matija Pecotic, Matt Spindler, Matt Siow, Dan Richardson, Florin Radu, Augie Bloom, head coach Billy Pate, Jonathan Carcione and Ben Quazzo with their trophies outside of the National Tennis Center in New York. Photo credit Matt Siow.
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From left to right, Zack McCourt, assistant coach Ryan Keckley, Michael Lin, Matija Pecotic, Matt Spindler, Matt Siow, Dan Richardson, Florin Radu, Augie Bloom, head coach Billy Pate, Jonathan Carcione and Ben Quazzo with their trophies outside of the National Tennis Center in New York. Photo credit Matt Siow.

• Princeton wrapped up competition at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Men's College Invitational Sunday by winning five of the six finals in which Princeton players competed.

• Matija Pecotic and Michael Lin were winners twice over, as Pecotic took the "A" singles and No. 1 doubles titles, with Zack McCourt, and Lin took the "G" singles and No. 4 doubles titles, with Ben Quazzo.

• Princeton head coach Billy Pate said, "It was another successful weekend for our team and we're pleased to see multiple guys winning their draws in singles and doubles. As we told the team on Friday after we registered 20 wins on the opening day, you can never take success for granted. College tennis is very deep and there were good players at this tournament, so we feel good about where we are thus far."

• Princeton's results are below. More results and information on the tournament can be found here.

"A" Singles
Final
(67) Matija Pecotic (Prin) def. (113) John Huang (Yale), 6-1, 6-4
"B" Singles
Final
Dragos Ignat (Columbia) def. Matt Spindler (Prin), 7-6(3), 6-4
"G" Singles
Final
Michael Lin (Prin) def. Andres Isaza (Dartmouth), 6-3, 6-2

Consolation matches
Ben Quazzo (Prin) def. Tommy Ratchford (Yale), 7-5, 6-4
Jonathan Carcione (Prin) def. Patrick Chase (Yale), 7-5, 6-3
Cameron Ghorbani (Dartmouth) def. Dan Richardson (Prin), 6-2, 6-0

No. 1 Doubles
Final
Zack McCourt-Matija Pecotic (Prin) def. Brandon Burke-Sam Fife (Brown), 8-4
No. 3 Doubles
Final
Jonathan Carcione-Matt Siow (Prin) def. Yuri Gricheno-Peter Skvarka (FDU), 8-3
No. 4 Doubles
Final
Michael Lin-Ben Quazzo (Prin) def. Jason Brown-Martin Svenning (Yale), 8-5

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