• The Short Story: Johns Hopkins senior Jeremy Dubin ended his career with a loss in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championship Friday.
How it Happened
• Just the third player in program history to make the quarterfinals, Dubin faced off against third-seeded Nikolai Parodi of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. Dubin took a 3-1 lead in the first set, but Parodi rallied to win 6-4. He then won the second set, 6-3, to move onto the semifinals. Parodi would finish as the national runner-up to Middlebury's Lubomir Cuba.
For the Record
• Dubin finishes his career with 58 singles wins, which ranks seventh in program history. He also has 109 combined wins in his career, which is good for ninth in program history.