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Dunlap and Langmo Capture Bedford Cup Doubles Title

Dunlap and Langmo Capture Bedford Cup Doubles Title

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Senior Christian Langmo and junior Dane Dunlap highlighted Day 3 competition at the 2017 Bedford Cup, as they captured the Doubles A bracket crown.
Langmo and Dunlap opened the day by defeating the duo of Remi Chancerel and Thomas Guy from FAU by a 6-4 count to advance to the final round of the bracket where they would face off against their teammates in the form of freshmen Bojan Jankulovski and Adria Soriano-Barrera.
“I am very pleased with our doubles teams this weekend,” head coach Aljosa Piric said. “Congratulations to Christian and Dane on winning the tournament and to our freshmen Bojan and Adri for getting to the finals.”
Jankulovski and Soriano-Barrera reached the final round after they downed the tandem of Alex Knaff and Chase Wood from Florida State by a decision of 6-4.
In the all Canes final, Langmo and Dunlap got past Jankulovski and Soriano-Barrera 6-3 to claim the championship. Langmo and Dunlap finished doubles competition with a perfect 4-0 mark.
Miami was one of 12 Florida teams competing in this year’s event, will return to action tomorrow morning. Click here for complete Day 3 results. Florida State University played host to this year’s event.
“In singles and doubles we were up and down,” Piric said. “We will continue to learn on how to compete match in and match out. We have good chemistry on this team. Guys want to work and we will continue to get better and tougher.”
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2017 Bedford Cup
Doubles A (Semifinals):
Dane Dunlap/Christian Langmo (Miami) def. Remi Chancerel and Thomas Guy (FAU), 6-4
Bojan Jankulovski/Adria Soriano (Miami) def. Federico Nani/Illya Skoromnyy (FAMU), 6-4

Doubles A (Final):
Dane Dunlap/Christian Langmo (Miami) def. Bojan Jankulovski/Adria Soriano (Miami), 6-3