Army Men's Tennis (2-3) topped Binghamton, 7-0, on Friday evening.
"We had a lot of good close matches today," said head coach Jim Poling, "Our guys fought like true warriors."
Conlin and Woodman took care of the No. 1 seeding in doubles action, while the pairings of Huttepain/Jose and Gorshein/Eden each came away with 6-3 wins from the second and third positions to give Army the doubles point.
Conlin grabbed the victory in singles action from the top seed after winning the tiebreaker in the second set. Huttepain, Larichev and Gorshein all won in straight sets to secure victories from the second, fourth and fifth spots. Woodman and Eden fought off to capture wins in three sets from the third and sixth positions. Read more.