Triple Championship Weekend Recap oUR mEN'S gOLF, wOMEN'S tENNIS, AND mEN'S tENNIS cHAMPIONSHIP tROPHIES WERE HANDED OUT OVER THE WEEKEND

Men's Golf

College of Charleston shot a league-record 14-under par during the opening round breaking a 15-year-old CAA Championship record. At the end of the first round CofC's Parker Derby and Towson freshman Spencer Alexander were tied for the individual lead at 6-under par.

With inclement weather looming the decision was made to play 36 holes on Saturday. Round two was completed but the third round was suspended.

JMU reset the CAA Championship record with a second round of 15-under par

An exciting Sunday saw the individual medalist come down to the final group at the last hole. CofC's Parker Derby, UNCW's Reese McFarlane, and Towson's Spencer Alexander were all tied as they reached the final hole. Derby sank a 15-foot putt to birdie the hole and take home medalist honors.

FOUR-PEAT

The Cougars won their fourth consecutive CAA crown, finishing at 23-under, setting the CAA Championship three-round record.

MEN'S TENNIS

Top-seeded UNCW got past No. 4 College of Charleston, 4-2, and No. 3 William & Mary knocked off No. 2 Elon, 4-1 in semifinal action to advance to the #CAAChamps title match

The Seahawks came out on top on Championship Sunday with a hard-fought 4-2 victory over No. 3 William & Mary. The win was the fifth CAA title for UNCW in the past nine years.

Women's Tennis

Back-to-back upset wins for No.6 UNCW! After taking down No. 3 College of Charleston in the quarterfinals the Seahawks came back on Saturday and knocked off No.2 Elon to advance to the #CAAChamps Title match! Top-seeded William & Mary rallied past No. 4 James Madison, 4-1 to claim their spot in the Championship match.

UNCW got off to a good start winning the doubles point to start the day

William & Mary bounced back to claim its 25th overall CAA women's tennis title, 4-2.

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