A 10-day stretch featuring three matches began for Luke Attride-Stirling, David Leader and their Adelphi University Men's Tennis teammates as they went down to Queens College 7-0.
Sophomore Attride-Stirling and junior David Robres de Veciana had the closest set played in Doubles with a difference of just one break of serve making up the 6-4 decision at No. 3 against Nicholas Volos and Camilo Arias.
Attride-Stirling also played a tightly-contested match at the No.2 Singles spot, as he served for the second set against Queens College’s Kareem Rashad before losing the last three games for a 6-2, 7-5 decision.
Leader played in the No.5 Singles position and went down in straight sets 6-2, 6-2 to Mariano Biblioni.