SAVANNAH, Ga. – The No. 4-seed Georgia College men's tennis team (12-9) saw its season come to a close Tuesday, as the Bobcats fell to No. 1-seed Armstrong (26-0) 5-0 in the NCAA Southeast Region #1 Final.
The Bobcats put up a good fight at doubles, including an 8-6 battle at the second slot.
The first singles loss came by shutout at the second spot, when No. 3 Bonet topped Wadstein. Then, the clincher came in the fifth spot as Andersson dropped a 6-0, 6-2 decision to No. 32 Lalic.
The loss brings the season to a close for Bobcat men's tennis, a 12-9 year that saw GC finish fifth in the Peach Belt Conference (PBC). The Bobcat men finished strong, rattling off five straight wins to finish the regular season, and taking a win each in PBC Tournament and NCAA Regional action. Leborgne and Wadstein made All-PBC First Team doubles, while Leborgne was also named to the second team in singles.
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