BEREA, Ohio – The Capital University men's tennis team dropped its conference match against Baldwin Wallace University on Saturday afternoon by a count of 8-1.
The Crusaders were then swept in single play, all in straight sets. Judson gave a good fight out of the fifth flight of singles play, but dropped the tiebreaker in the second set ending the match with Nathan Katz, 6-3, 7-5.
Capital is now 9-11 and 4-2 in conference play heading into its final two contests. They will jump back into action at home against Heidelberg University in a rescheduled match on Monday, April 25. First service will take place at 2:30 p.m.
The regular season will end with a home match against Ohio Northern University on Saturday, April 30. Capital is currently in third place in the OAC standings, two matches of John Carroll University and one-half game ahead of rival Otterbein University.