Sec won 8-3 and 8-1 decisions over respective opponents Sagar Bains of Siena and Eric Poland of Wagner before coming up against Haener in the semi-finals and winning a fairly easy 6-1, 6-3 draw.
In the final, however, Sec dropped the first set 6-0 before rallying back to keep the second set interesting as Ohrner won a 7-5 decision to claim the crown.
Ohrner’s first-round opponent was Sec’s teammate, Kareem Rashad, who took the junior from Florida to the limit before losing an 8-6 contest.
Cosme Jubera and Fernando Ramirez Lascurain appeared in the “A” draw at the Hofstra invite for the Knights, with Jubera advancing to the quarterfinals via an 8-6 win over Hofstra’s Jan Leithner. The magic did not continue for QC, however, as Jubera dropped an 8-2 decision to eventual winner Anatoliy Lashkul of Wagner.