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Apr 1, 2015
3 Tufts
6 at Brandeis
Final
Apr 4, 2015
0 Brandeis
9 at Bowdoin
Final
Apr 8, 2015
0 Babson
9 at Brandeis
Final
Apr 12, 2015
2 Brandeis
7 at Trinity (Conn.)
Final
Apr 15, 2015
5 Brandeis
4 at MIT
Final
Apr 18, 2015
3 NYU
6 at Brandeis
Final
Apr 24, 2015
Brandeis
vs. UAA Championship
@ Orlando, FL
TBA
Through April 26
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April 8, 2015 #35 Men's tennis sweeps Babson, 9-0 The Judges had two comebacks at doubles and did not drop a set in singles action.
April 1, 2015 #35 Men's Tennis knocks off #23 Tufts, 6-3 The Judges swept doubles and won the top two singles matches handily to defeat the Jumbos for the first time since 2010.
March 27, 2015 #35 Men's tennis rolls past Wheaton, 6-0 The Judges played to decision. Brian Granoff won matches at No. 1 singles and doubles, taking eight-straight games at the top singles spot.
March 22, 2015 #33 Men's Tennis falls to #34 Wesleyan (Conn.), 9-0 The Judges were unable to put distance between themselves and the squad right behind them in the rankings.
March 21, 2015 #33 Men's tennis rolls to 9-0 win over Coast Guard Sophomore Ryan Bunis lost just five games total playing #3 singles and doubles as th
March 14, 2015 #33 men's tennis falls to #3 Middlebury, #29 Stevens Despite a 3-1 record from sophomore Michael Arguello at #2 singles and doubles, the Judges could not pull off an upset against the Panthers (2-7) or Ducks (3-5).
February 20, 2015 #31 men's tennis suffers 7-2 defeat at #25 Redlands Michael Arguello and Jeff Cherkin won at No. 2 doubles, while Alec Siegel won at No. 4 singles in a marathon.
February 18, 2015 #31 Men's tennis edged by #20 Cal Lutheran, 5-4 Sophomore Michael Arguello was a double winner as the Judges took 2 of 3 doubles matches, but couldn't close out singles.
Ben Lamanna Ben Lamanna Head Coach 781-736-3648

Ben Lamanna, a 2002 graduate of Bates College, is in his ninth season as head men’s and women’s tennis coach at Brandeis. Under Lamanna’s tenure, the men’s tennis program has continually improved while scheduling many of the top Division III teams in the country along with Division I competition. In 2010, Lamanna and assistant Payum Payman were named the University Athletic Association Men's Tennis Coaching Staff of the Year. Lamanna guided the Judge women to their highest national ranking ever in 2012, reaching No. 19 in the nation, while helping Carley Cooke '15 become the first women's tennis All-American in program history.

Lamanna came to the Judges after spending the 2004-05 season as an assistant coach at his alma mater under head coach Paul Gastonguay. The Bates men posted an 11-5 record and reached the NCAA tournament for the fifth year in a row that season, setting a school record in the process. The Bobcats also produced the runner-up in the 2005 NCAA Division III singles tournament. The Bates women went 7-8 in 2004-05.

As a player at Bates, Lamanna played in every spot from two through six in the singles ladder, compiling an impressive 15-1 record as a junior. The Bobcats made three NCAA tournament appearances in his career, posting an overall record of 30-17 with Lamanna on the roster. As a senior in 2002, Lamanna earned the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Clarence Chaffee Award for demonstrating leadership on and off the court. In addition to coaching at Bates, Lamanna has spent time as a teaching professional. He has worked at the Orchid Island Golf and Beach Club in Vero Beach, Florida, and at Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut, since graduating from Bates with a degree in political science. Lamanna is a native of Barrington, R.I. He is a 1998 graduate of Barrington High School.

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