Robert Cash, JJ Tracy Win NCAA Doubles Championship

By May 25, 2024 (8:08 pm)Sports, Tennis

Robert Cash and JJ Tracy teamed up to win the NCAA men’s doubles championship on Saturday, a week after the Buckeyes as a team were upset in the semifinals by TCU. They beat Antoin Cornut-Chauvinc and Joshua Dous-Karpenschif of Florida State to win it all.

It’s the second straight year an Ohio State duo has won the doubles title with Andrew Lutschaunig and James Trotter taking the championship home last year. It was the third straight year a Buckeye duo appeared in the national championship match.

It didn’t come easy for the Buckeyes, with Cash and Tracy losing the first set 7-5 before shutting out the Seminoles in the second set 6-0. They won the third set 10-6 to become the national champions.

Cash finishes his career with the most doubles wins in Ohio State history with 148 total, passing the previous record of 139 earlier this season. He finished the year with a doubles record of 35-7.

Tracy, who was named a an All-American in singles this year, also end his Buckeye career on top, finishing with 235 victories which is fifth most in program history.

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