Purdue Invitational - Day 3

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Sept. 18, 2011

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The final day of the Purdue Fall Invitational wrapped up on Sunday and it was DePaul's George Chanturia who took the Flight A singles championship.

Purdue's Krisztian Krocsko was the line Boilermaker left in the Flight A main draw heading into Sunday's action and drew Chanturia for the semifinal. However, the junior fell to the eventual champ, 6-2, 6-3.

Two other Boilermakers had been doing well in Flight A, but both Aaron Dujovne and Diego Acosta were not able to continue in the competition and ended their play with walkovers on Saturday.

In the Flight B main draw, Green Bay's Paul Swanson took the championship after he knocked off Toledo's Grant Adams on Sunday, 6-2, 6-0. Purdue freshman Evan Hawkins did well in his inaugural tournament in the old gold and black and won two matches in the main draw of Flight B.

Drake's McKie and Erasmus took the Flight A Doubles championship on Saturday. The duo knocked off a Western Michigan pair, 8-6, in their final match. In Flight C doubles, White and Speer of Iowa won the title over Toledo's Cona and Weigand, 8-1, on Sunday.