Ohio State wins the NCAA doubles for the 2nd consecutive year

JJ Tracy and Robert Cash won NCAA doubles tournament beats Florida State doubles Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Ohio State wins the NCAA doubles for the 2nd consecutive year
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At the end of a truly exciting match and a fantastic comeback, Ohio State University JJ Tracy and Robert Cash won the NCAA National Championship doubles tournament beating Florida State doubles Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc and Joshua Dous Karpenschif in the final with the score of 5 -7, 6-0, 10-6. This is the second consecutive NCAA title for a doubles Ohio State, the third final in a row in the program for the Bucks.

Additionally, this was the third consecutive NCAA doubles championship final appearance for an Ohio State pair. This was also the sixth NCAA doubles final for Ohio State.

Cash finishes with the most doubles wins in program history, 148, surpassing the previous record of 139 earlier this spring, and finished the year with an overall doubles mark of 35-7. Tracy finished the season this year with a combined record of 77-12. He earned All-America singles honors for the second time in his career, reaching the quarterfinals.

Ohio State Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc
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