The final standings from the MCC Tournament were practically identical to the team finishes in the regular season with the Foresters matching their seventh place finish with one point.
Indiana Wesleyan, Marian and Spring Arbor tied for first with 14 points apiece followed by Bethel (10), Taylor (8), Goshen (2), HU (1) and Grace (0).
Mitchell McDonald and Daron Short were the only ones to make it out of the first round as the defeated Grace's Matt Blevins and Marcus Moore 8-3 at #2 doubles. They were then ousted by Marian's Martin and Knies 8-2.
At #1 doubles, Tyler Moore and Brian Lambright fell 8-1 to Lantz and Hoy of Spring Arbor and at #3 doubles, Dustin Ecker and Adam Widener fell 8-5 to Bethel's Kiefer and Kiefer.
In singles' play, all six Foresters were dropped in straight sets.
At #1, Moore fell 6-1, 6-4 to Bethel's Cortez; #2 Goshen's Sutter outlasted McDonald 7-5, 7-5; Short succumbed 6-2, 6-1 to Spring Arbor's Heselschwerdt at #3; Ecker went down 6-2, 6-0 to Taylor's Brown at #4; at #5, Lambright was defeated 6-2, 6-0; and at #6 Widener fell 7-5, 6-1 to Spring Arbor's Clark.