The No. 11 North Carolina men's tennis team improved its home record to a perfect 10-0 with a 6-1 win over Boston College on Friday.
Another dominating performance from North Carolina (15-4, 7-2 ACC) left the Eagles (6-13, 0-10 ACC) stunned, giving the Tar Heels an impressive win in its last home match before senior day.
In the doubles matches, No. 34 Blaine Boyden and William Blumberg reaffirmed their ACC Men’s Tennis Doubles Team of the Week status.
The pair narrowly missed a shutout and seemed unstoppable, taking the first five games before winning the match 6-1.
Simon Soendergaard and Josh Peck clinched the doubles point for UNC with their 6-3 victory after a small rally by Boston College was cut short.
In singles, the Tar Heels proved ready for an imminent postseason run, winning five of six matches.
Although Blumberg sat out singles with a bothered wrist, strong matches were no issue for the rest of the team.
Brian Cernoch was the first to get a win with a pair of 6-2 sets, and Soendergaard followed behind him with two 6-3 set wins, giving the Tar Heels a 3-0 lead.