RICHMOND, Indiana - Asbury men's tennis took little time to run away with a win against River States Conference foe Indiana East on Friday afternoon. The Eagles started with three wins of 8-1 or better at doubles and never looked back.
Deuce Gibson swept his counterpart, Alex Shelley, at No. 5 singles to turn in the top performance of the day, but the Eagles had little trouble elsewhere. Joshua Turnquest continued his dominance over the conference with a 6-0, 6-1 win atop the Eagles' lineup.
Asbury is set to return to the courts against Union on Tuesday before a back-to-back against Ohio Christian and Brescia to end the regular season this Friday and Saturday.