Vanguard 5, Concordia 0
INDIAN WELLS — The top-seeded and No. 4-ranked Lions cruised to their second straight Golden State Athletic Conference title and extended their GSAC winning streak to 25 on Thursday at Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
Juniors Roger Muri and Miguel Saiz Perez, as well as sophomores Daymon Johnson and Filip Burnac won in singles and doubles, while sophomore Stefan Kilchhofer teamed with Muri for a doubles win and was leading in the second set of his No. 1 singles match, before it was halted when the match was decided. Kilchhofer is 20-0 in singles this season.
Sophomore Michael Rjazanov swept 12 games at No. 6 singles for the Lions to improve to 22-0 this season.
Vanguard (18-4), which defeated Westmont, 5-2, in the 2013 tournament final, advances to the NAIA Tournament, May 13-17, in Mobile, Ala.
No. 3-seeded Concordia is 11-9.
Vanguard 5, Westmont 3
INDIAN WELLS — The top-seeded Lions prevailed in the title match of the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament on Thursday at Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
Sophomore Sophie Angner won at No. 2 singles for one of four singles points earned by the No. 8-ranked Lions (16-8), who are 12-0 against GSAC competition this season. Angner is now 18-5 for the season.
Other singles wins were claimed by Vanguard's Ashley Wao-Udin (No. 4), Michaele Sullivan (No. 5) and Brook Ferslov (No. 6).
Angner and Gabriele Alford earned an 8-3 triumph at No. 2 doubles for the Lions, who advance to the NAIA Touranment, May 13-17 in Mobile, Ala.
No. 11-ranked Westmont, the No. 2 seed, is 11-12.
UC Irvine 7, UC Riverside 0
The host Anteaters won 72 of 74 singles sets and 24 of 27 doubles sets to close out the regular season with a Big West Conference blowout on Thursday.