The Judges won two of three doubles and five of six singles matches to finish in seventh place in the UAA, ahead of the sixth-seeded Yellowjackets. Danny Lubarsky won twice, including the clinching singles win at No. 3.
The Judges won four of six singles matches, including all three that lasted three sets, but the Maroons advanced to the fifth place match by winning all three in doubles. Brian Granoff won at first singles and had the closest doubles match.
Rookie Ryan Bunis won his eighth-straight match, fourth in a row in three sets, but the eighth-seeded Judges couldn't get past the defending UAA Champions. Brandeis will face #17 Chicago tomorrow in the consolation semifinals.
Before the match, the Judges honored their two graduating seniors, Adam Brown and Evan Berner. Ryan Bunis won the clinching point after coach Ben Lamanna shuffled the doubles lineup and was rewarded with a sweep.
The Judges won two of three doubles matches and two early singles matches to take a 4-2 lead, but the Violets rallied to win the final two matches in three sets. Junior Alec Siegel was a double-winner on the day.