The Binghamton men’s tennis team dropped three matches over the weekend, falling to a 10-8 record on the spring season.

No. 51 Central Florida, Yale and No. 55 UNC-Wilmington each upended the Bearcats in a four-day span at Wilmington’s Battle at the Beach. The Bearcats came closest against the Knights, who prevailed with a 4-3 victory on March 20 after securing the doubles point and splitting six singles matches.

Binghamton fell to Yale, 5-2, and Wilmington, 5-1.

Juniors Robin Lesage and Florian van Kann each went 2-1 in singles play over the weekend, while sophomores Sid Hazarika and Eliott Hureau each picked up one victory.

The Bearcats are not scheduled for another match until April 4, when they’re set to face Niagara at 1 p.m. in Buffalo.