May 2, 2003
LAIE, Hawaii - No.5 UC Davis swept all three doubles matches and never looked back in defeating No.4 Hawaii-Hilo 5-0 on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Division II West Regional Men's Tennis Championships.
With the victory the Aggies improve to 6-12 on the season and now face top-ranked BYU-Hawaii on Saturday afternoon.
The match began with the Aggies' No.1 team of Greg Lee and Paul Dilloway earning an 8-1 victory over Richard Korneck and Karl Moritz. The lead increased to 2-0 as Blake Roberts and Eric Holmes at No.3 defeated Chico Hung and Kevin Yamauchi, 8-3 before the sweep was completed by Ross Barasch and Kyle Trinosky with an 8-6 win over Jarrod Dryer and Staffan Moritz at No.2.
Leading 3-0 heading into singles, the Aggies needed just two wins to secure the victory. Lee, the No.11-ranked player in the country, quickly made it 4-0 with a 6-0, 6-4 win over Korneck in the top singles spot. The match was then clinched by Holmes as the freshman defeated Yamauchi 6-1, 6-1 at No.6 to push UC Davis into the second round.
The winner of the UC Dais/BYU-Hawaii match will advance to the national finals in Florida next week.
UC DAVIS MEN'S TENNIS
NCAA DIVISION II WEST REGIONAL
May 2, 2003
At Laie, Hawaii
No.5 UC Davis 5 def. No.4 Hawaii-Hilo 0
No.1 Greg Lee/Paul Dilloway (UCD) def. Richard Korneck/Karl Moritz (HH) 8-1
No.2 Ross Barasch/Kyle Trinosky (UCD) def. Jarrod Dryer/Staffan Mortiz (HH) 8-6
No.3 Blake Roberts/Eric Holmes (UCD) def. Chico Junge/Kevin Yamauchi (HH) 8-3
No.1 Greg Lee (UCD) def. Richard korneck (HH) 6-0, 6-4
No.2 Karl Moritz (HH) led Paul Dilloway (UCD) 7-5, 1-1, DNF
No.3 Blake Roberts (UCD) led Jarrod Dryer (HH), 6-6 (2-1), DNF
No.4 Staffan Moritz (HH) led Ross Barasch (UCD) 6-2, 2-4, DNF
No.5 Kyle Trinosky (UCD) led Chico Jung (HH) 7-6, 0-1, DNF
No.6 Eric Holmes (UCD) def. Kevin Yamauchi (HH) 6-1, 6-1
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