Pioneers fall in defeat in their final game of the season

Pioneers fall in defeat in their final game of the season

FOREST GROVE, Ore. -- The Lewis & Clark Pioneers were taken down in their last conference match of the season. The Pioneers finished the season with a 5-3 conference record, and an 8-5 overall record. The Pioneers went 2-4 in singles and 1-3 in doubles for the day against the Boxers. 

Senior, Raed Attia, went undefeated with a big win in both singles and doubles with partner Ramez Attia. Raed has been a big component to the L&C Men's Tennis team with competing as No. 1 his entire senior season. Raed Attia finished his senior season with an overall record of 9-6 and NWC record of 6-3. In doubles, Raed competed with Ramez Attia the entire season to finish with an overall record of 10-5 then 6-2 in NWC. 

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Key Moments 

In doubles, Raed and Ramez Attia dominated the court with an 8-4 win over the Boxers' No. 1. Raed and Ramez had an incredible performance, and carried the Pioneers with being the only win in doubles. Ryan Hayes and Riley Vickers had a close match, but ended with a 5-8 loss to the Boxers. Will McDermott and Brendan Adams also fell to the Boxers with a 4-8 loss. 

In singles, Raed continued to show dominance on the court with another win. Although the match was close, Raed came out on top with an incredible 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 win against the Boxers' No. 1. Ramez Attia had a tough loss in two back-to-back tie-breakers with a final score of 7-6 (10-7), 7-5 (10-5). Brendan Adams lost to the Boxers' No. 3. Vickers had one of the closer matches in singles with a 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 loss. 

Deeper Look

  • Adams finished with an record in singles of 7-8 and a conference of 5-4
  • Ramez Attia finished with a singles record of 8-7 and a NWC record of 6-3
  • Vickers had an incredible season with an overall record of 9-6 and a NWC record of 6-3
  • Hayes ended the season with a 7-8 overall record and a 5-4 NWC record
  • McDermott finished with an overall 8-8 record and a NWC record of 5-4

Looking Ahead

The Pioneers finished their season, and look forward to post-season play.