| By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The Columbia men’s tennis team improved to 5-0 in Ivy League play this season, notching victories over Yale and Brown over the weekend.

On Saturday afternoon, Columbia defeated Yale 5-2. After dropping the top doubles match, Shawn Hadavi and Victor Pham won at second doubles and Christopher Grant & Richard Pham clinched the doubles point for the Lions with a 6-0 win at third doubles.

The Columbia singles play then did its part, as Shawn Hadavi, Eric Rubin, Mike Vermeer and Timothy Wang all won in straight sets to clinch the win for the Lions.

Columbia followed up that win by taking down Brown 6-1 on Sunday. With a 3-1 lead, Miguel Alda sealed the win for the Lions, notching a 6-4, 6-0 at sixth singles.

The Lions are now the lone undefeated team in the Ivy Keague and sit atop the conference standings.

The Columbia women split its two conference matches this weekend, falling to Yale 4-3 before responding with a 4-3 win over Brown.

The St. John’s women won its fourth straight match, rolling past Seton Hall 7-0 on Friday afternoon. With the win, the Red Storm improve to 5-0 in Big East play this year and move to 11-4 on the season.

The Queens College women’s tennis team continued its excellent play with a 6-3 win over Concordia on Friday. The Knights are now 12-2 on the season and have won three straight matches overall.

The men of Queens College split its two weekend contests, falling 5-2 to Bucknell before knocking off the District of Columbia 7-2.

The NYU men’s tennis team snapped a four-match losing streak by notching a 6-3 win over the United States Coast Guard Academy, while the women’s team split its two weekend matches, a 9-0 win over SUNY Geneseo and a 5-4 loss to Skidmore.