• Babson Celebrates Class of 2009 At 28th Annual Senior Awards Banquet
    May 04, 2009
    The Babson College Athletics Department held its 28th Annual Senior Awards Banquet on Friday night, where a total of seven individuals were honored. Men’s Soccer senior Tim Winn (Sutton, Mass.) was named Male Athlete of the Class, while women’s lacrosse senior Jackie Godfrey (Franklin, Mass.) was selected as the Female Athlete of the Class. Ice Hockey senior Alex DiPietro (Winthrop, Mass.) was named the Scholar-Athlete of the Class, and baseball senior Jeff Wojnar (Bellaire, Texas) took home the Michael J. Conlon Award. In addition to the senior awards, Professor Tony Wain was the recipient of the prestigious Paul C. Staake Award for outstanding contributions to Babson Athletics, while a pair of first-year athletes were also honored. Field hockey and softball first-year Jess Pashos (Winchester, Mass.) received the Lori Vengrow Award, and men’s tennis freshman Danny Schneider (Littleton, Mass.) claimed the Colin "Chip" Brown Award.
  • Kamergorodsky Named NEWMAC Men's Tennis Player of the Year; Five Others Receive Honors
    April 30, 2009
    The New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) released its men’s tennis postseason honors this week, and conference tournament runner-up Babson College received 10 total awards among six individuals. Highlighting the selections for the Beavers was junior Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.), who became the first Beavers to received NEWMAC Player of the Year honors since the inception of the conference in 1998-99. In addition to his historic Player of the Year award, Kamergorodsky was named All-Conference First Team at number one singles and All-NEWMAC Second Team at number one doubles. He went undefeated in NEWMAC regular season singles play, going 5-0, while joining junior captain Brian Lafayette (Burlington, Vt.) in posting a 3-2 mark at first doubles.
  • Babson Advances to NEWMAC Finals, Falls to MIT
    April 25, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team advanced to its second straight New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) championship match and their fifth in nine years after they defeated Wheaton College, 5-1 in Saturday’s semifinal match. In the finals match, the Beavers fell to MIT, 5-1. The Beavers ended their season with an overall record of 10-11.
  • Men's Tennis Earns #2 Seed After Falling to MIT, 8-1
    April 21, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team fell to MIT, 8-1 on Tuesday afternoon in a battle of the two undefeated teams in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC). Prior to Tuesday’s match, both teams were 4-0 in the conference and had already secured a first round bye in this week’s NEWMAC tournament. With the win, MIT improves to 13-2 overall, 5-0 in the NEWMAC, earning the #1 seed in the NEWMAC championship tournament. Babson is now 9-10 overall, 4-1 in the conference and is the #2 seed in the NEWMAC tournament.
  • Amherst Trumps Men's Tennis, 8-1
    April 19, 2009
    The Babson College men's tennis team fell to regional powerhouse Amherst College on Sunday, as the Lord Jeffs handed the Beavers an 8-1 loss. As a result, Babson saw its season record fall to 9-9. The Beavers' lone point in the match came at second doubles, where first-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) and junior Moises Numa (Talahassee, Fla.) earned a hard-fought 9-8 (5) tie-break victory.
  • Men's Tennis Remains Perfect In NEWMAC Play With 5-3 Win Over Wheaton
    April 18, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team remained unbeaten in New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) play with a 5-3 victory over visiting Wheaton College on Saturday. With the win, the Beavers, now 9-8 overall and 4-0 in the conference, will host MIT on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in a match to determine the regular season league champion. The Beavers received three of their points from juniors Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.) and Brian Lafayette (Burlington, Vt.), who posted an 8-5 win at number one doubles while also claiming individual singles victories.
  • #17 Trinity Overpowers Men's Tennis
    April 14, 2009
    Juniors Brian Lafayette and Alex Kamergorodsky posted a huge win at number one doubles, but it would not be enough for the Babson men's tennis team as the Beavers fell to 17th-ranked Trinity College, 8-1.
  • Lin, Dutton Named NEWMAC Men's Tennis Doubles Team of the Week
    April 13, 2009
    Babson junior Ken Lin (Cavendish Heights, Hong Kong) and first-year Taylor Dutton (Portland, Ore.) have been named the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s tennis doubles team of the week. Lin and Dutton teamed up to win all three of their matches last week, with all three coming against conference opponents.
  • Men's Tennis Notches Third Straight Win At Springfield
    April 11, 2009
    The Babson College men's tennis team collected its third straight NEWMAC victory at Springfield on Saturday, as the Beavers dumped the Pride, 7-2. With the victory, Babson moved to 8-7 overall and 3-0 in the conference. The Beavers held a 2-1 advantage after doubles play, thanks to an 8-5 win by Justin Albert and Moises Numa at number two and an 8-3 triumph by Ken Lin and Taylor Dutton at number three. Babson then took five of the six singles contests, inlcuding straight-set wins by Alex Kamergorodsky at number one, Lin at three, Brian Lafayette at five, and Numa at six. Albert also notched a singles victory, rallying from a set down to win at two, 6-7 (5), 6-0, 6-4.
  • Men's Tennis Shuts Out Clark, 6-0
    April 10, 2009
    The Babson College men's tennis team remained unbeaten in NEWMAC play with a 6-0 conference win over host Clark on Friday afternoon. With the victory, the Beavers improved to 7-7 overall and 2-0 in league play. Juniors Brian Lafayette and Alex Kamergorodsky anchored Babson's sweep of doubles play, winning 8-3 at number one. First-year Taylor Dutton and junior Ken Lin also prevailed by a score of 8-3 at number two, while sophomore Ben Meyerson and senior Steve Huang added an 8-6 victory at three.
  • Men’s Tennis Opens NEWMAC Schedule With 6-3 Win Over Coast Guard
    April 08, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team defeated visiting United State Coast Guard Academy, 6-3, Wednesday afternoon in a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) match. With the win, the Beavers are now 6-7 on the year, 1-0 in the NEWMAC and Coast Guard is now 6-6, 1-2 in the NEWMAC.
  • Men's Tennis Stumbles At Brandeis, 8-1
    April 06, 2009
    The Brandeis men's tennis team got back to winning ways today with an 8-1 win over rival Babson College. The Judges improve to 6-9 on the season, while the Beavers fall to 5-7. Babson's only victory came at No. 5 singles, where junior Brian Lafayette (Burlington, Vt./Burlington) won in a third-set super-tiebreaker, 6-4, 4-6, 10-4.
  • Men's Tennis Defeated by TCNJ, 6-2
    April 04, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team was defeated by visiting The College of New Jersey, 6-2 on Saturday afternoon in a match that was moved indoors due to wet playing conditions. With the loss, the Beavers are now 5-6 on the year and TCNJ has improved to 7-2 overall. Saturday afternoon’s match against NEWMAC rival Clark was postponed due to weather. The match will be made up on Friday, April 10th at 3:00pm. The Beavers will visit Brandeis University on Monday at 3:00pm for a makeup match postponed from April 1st.
  • Babson Men's Tennis Knocks Off Emerson, 5-2
    March 26, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team defeated Emerson College 5-2 on Thursday afternoon. The Beavers swept the individual matches 4-0 and won the number one doubles match in the victory. Babson is now 5-5 on the year and Emerson dropped to 1-2.The Beavers will visit Brandeis University on Wednesday, April 1st for a 3:00 match.
  • Men's Tennis Falls To Connecticut College, 6-3
    March 18, 2009
    The Babson College men's tennis team wrapped up its spring break trip to Puerto Rico on Wednesday, as the Beavers fell to Connecitcut College by a score of 6-3. With the loss, Babson returns home with an overall record of 4-5. After getting swept in doubles play, the Beavers rallied to split the singles matches. Junior Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.) earned a 6-2, 6-2 win at number two, junior captain Ken Lin (Cavendish Heights, Hong Kong) rallied for a 1-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-2) victory at four, and junior captain Brian Lafayette (Burlington, Vt.) claimed a 6-1, 7-5 triumph at five.
  • Puerto Rico-Ponce Defeats Men's Tennis, 7-2
    March 17, 2009
    In the second match of its spring break trip to Puerto Rico, the Babson College men's tennis team suffered a 7-2 loss to the University of Puerto Rico-Ponce on Tuesday afternoon. As a result of the defeat, the Beavers fell to 4-4 on the year. Babson's two points in the match came at third doubles, where junior co-captain Ken Lin (Cavendish Heights, Hong Kong) and senior Steve Huang (Edmonds, Wash.) teamed up for an 8-4 win, and second singles, where junior Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.) cruised to a 6-0, 6-1 victory.
  • Men's Tennis Wins Four-Hour Marathon At Puerto Rico-Mayaguez, 5-4
    March 15, 2009
    The Babson College men’s tennis team outlasted the host University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez in a four-hour, 10-minute marathon on Sunday, as the Beavers opened its spring break trip with a 5-4 victory. With the win, Babson moved back over the .500 mark at 4-3 on the year, while PRM fell to 0-3. Puerto Rico-Mayaguez held a 2-1 lead after doubles play, with Babson’s lone point coming vie an 8-5 win at number two by first-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) and sophomore Austin Conti (Murray Hill, N.J.). The Beavers then rallied with wins in four of the six singles matches to earn the 5-4 victory, including a pair of three-set triumphs.
  • Men's Tennis Falls To Bates In Spring Opener
    March 12, 2009
    The Babson College men's tennis team kicked off the spring portion of its 2008-09 season at Bates College on Thursday, where the Beavers fell to the Bobcats by a score of 9-0. The loss evened Babson's record at 3-3 on the year, while Bates remained perfect at 2-0. The two closest matches of the day came in doubles competition. At number two, first-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) and sophomore Austin Conti (Murray Hill, N.J.) fell to Bates' Max Berger and Ryan Mannelly, 8-4, while at three, junior co-captain Ken Lin (Cavendish Heights, Hong Kong) and first-year Taylor Dutton (Portland, Ore.) lost to Zach Fenno and Jeff Beaton, 8-3.
  • Doubles Comeback Sparks Men's Tennis In 6-3 Win Over Roger Williams
    October 08, 2008
    Junior Ken Lin (Milton, Mass.) and first-year Taylor Dutton (Portland, Ore.) posted a thrilling comeback victory at third doubles to help propel the Babson College men’s tennis team to a 6-3 win over visiting Roger Williams University in non-conference action at the Farwell Courts on Wednesday afternoon. With the victory, the Beavers completed the fall portion of their 2008-09 season with a record of 3-2. The two teams split the top two doubles contests, with Babson juniors Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.) and Brian Lafayette (Burlington, Vt.) teaming up for an 8-3 win at one and Roger Williams sophomores Nicholas Hawvermale (Bethlehem, Conn.) and Dan Kleitz (Wethersfield, Conn.) joining forces for an 8-5 win at two. The Hawks then held a commanding 7-4 lead in the third doubles match, but Lin and Dutton came storming back to win five straight games for the 9-7 victory. Armed with a one-point lead, Babson put the match away with straight-set wins in the bottom three singles slots.
  • Babson Men’s Tennis Falls to Tufts 9-0
    October 01, 2008
    The Babson College men’s tennis team was defeated by Tufts University 9-0 Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference match on the Tufts campus. The Jumbos handed the Beavers their second loss of the season. With the win Tufts improved their record to 2-0 on the year while Babson is now 2-2. First-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) had the closest match of the day in the fourth singles spot for the Beavers. After winning the first set 6-4, Albert fell to Tufts first-year Sam Laber (Cincinnati, Ohio) in the second set and the third-set super-breaker.
  • Wesleyan Hands Babson Men's Tennis First Loss, 7-2
    September 23, 2008
    Visiting Wesleyan University handed host Babson College its first defeat of the 2008-09 season on Tuesday, as the Cardinals topped the Beavers, 7-2, in a non-conference men’s tennis match at the Farwell Courts. Babson’s first point of the day came at number one doubles, where juniors Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.) and Brian Lafayette (Burlington, Vt.) posted a hard-fought 8-6 win. First-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) then notched a 6-3, 6-2 victory at number four singles to remain unbeaten on the year at 3-0.
  • Men's Tennis Knocks Off Salve Regina, 7-2
    September 19, 2008
    Junior Alex Kamergorodsky (Millis, Mass.), sophomore Austin Conti (Murray Hill, N.J.), and first-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) eacn recorded multiple victories to help the Babson College men's tennis team defeat host Salve Regina University, 7-2, in a non-conference match on Friday afternoon. With the win, the Beavers improved their season record to 2-0.
  • Men's Tennis Opens With 6-3 Win Over Bentley
    September 12, 2008
    The Babson College men’s tennis team opened its 2008-09 season with a 6-3 victory over visiting Bentley College on Friday afternoon. Babson (1-0) jumped out to a 2-1 lead in doubles play, as sophomore Austin Conti (Murray Hill, N.J.) and first-year Justin Albert (Newton, Mass.) teamed up for an 8-6 win at two and first-year Taylor Dutton (Portland, Ore.) joined forces with junior Ken Lin (Milton, Mass.) on an 8-4 victory at three. The Beavers then won four of the six singles matches, including two more victories by Conti and Albert, to take the overall match.
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