NCAA.com | May 15, 2014 Concordia (N.Y.) makes quick work of Cameron Share ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. -- No. 4 Concordia (N.Y.) defeated No. 21 5-0 on Wednesday evening to earn their fifth trip to the NCAA Round of 8 in the past six seasons. Concordia began the match with a sweep of doubles play as the No. 1 duo of senior Daniele Piludu and junior Benas Majauskas took an 8-2 win against Angelo Lencioni and Felipe Oyarzun. The No. 2 duo of senior Ricardo Frey and sophomore Rafael Ferreira followed with an 8-1 victory against Dennis Merdan and Joao Fazendeiro while the No. 3 duo of junior Tomasz Olfans and freshman Pulat Babadjanov fought their way to an 8-6 win against Rory de Boer and Andres Velasco. DII MEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP Final Recap Gallery Maloof: West Florida takes hard road to title Final: West Florida wins matchup of unbeaten teams Semifinal Recap Maloof: West Florida brings the noise Semis: Hawaii Pacific handles Barry to advance Semis: Savi clinches West Fla.'s trip to final Maloof: Hawaii Pacific outlasts weather delays Quarterfinal Recap Quarters: Barry advances by Concordia (N.Y.) Quarters: West Florida sets up semifinals rematch Quarters: Armstrong Atl. returns to semifinals Quarters: Hawaii Pacific throttles SW Baptist Round of 16 Recap Round of 16: Concordia wins | Barry moves on Round of 16: SW Baptist survives | Hawaii Pacific sweeps Round of 16: Armstrong moves on | Midwestern St. wins Round of 16: NW Missouri St. wins | West Fla. advances Maloof: After delays, teams rebound to advance Maloof: Florida powerhouses lead field for Round of 16 Brackets: Interactive Printable How They Got Here: Complete Regional Results Live Scoring With a 3-0 lead for the Clippers all that was needed was two singles victories to claim the overall match win. Majauskas would take his No. 3 match 6-1, 6-1 against Oyarzun while Ferreira's 6-1, 6-1 victory against Dean Weigelt in the No. 6 match clinched a 5-0 overall match victory for Concordia. The remainder of the matches would be scored as unfinished. The Clippers (20-4, 6-0 CACC) will next face No. 3 Barry at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the NCAA Round of 8 match.