SWARTHMORE, Pa. -- On the final day of their eastbound trip, ninth-ranked Kenyon completed a weekend of perfection with its 9-0 defeat of Haverford on Sunday. Sam Geier and Michael Razumovsky continued their combined winning streaks after adding two more wins against the Fords. The Lords improve their overall record to 10-4 on the season.
Geier had to work for his first victory of the day, pairing up with Tim Rosensteel in top-flight doubles play to defeat Luis Acaba and Sloan Millman. Their match sent them to extended play before the Lords duo clinched a 9-7 win.
Michael Razumovsky and Wade Heerboth ran up an 8-2 score in No. 2 doubles while Colin Haas and Tristan Kaye rounded out the doubles sweep with an 8-6 victory.
The Lords were full steam ahead in singles play as well, taking their first three flights with ease. After Geier clinched the match with a 6-2, 6-2 victory against Jacob Youse, pairings four through six were played in super sets, all decided in Kenyon's favor.
Razumovsky is working on an 11-match combined win streak dating back to Kenyon's match with Christopher Newport on March 7. He is now 8-2 in singles play and 9-2 in doubles since his return to the lineup.
With Geier pulling out wins in doubles and singles play on Sunday, he extends his combined winning streak to seven matches that began on March 9 against Oglethorpe. He has now won his past four singles matches in a row and possesses an 18-7 overall mark, 10-4 in dual play.