Stony Brook, NY - Adrien Bailly and Leo Pires each won their respective flights consolation championship, while Beau Wills fell in the main draw semifinals at the Stony Brook Invitational Saturday.

Bailly earned a bye into the Flight B Consolation semifinals, where he defeated Jack Vissicchio of Hamilton College, 8-3. The senior, who was a third team All-CAA selection at doubles last season, then posted an 8-3 win over Stony Brook’s Vinicius Degani in the finals.

Pires advanced to the Flight C finals by defeating Burke Paxton of Hamilton College in the quarterfinals, 8-1, and Jacob Thigpen of Stevens Institute of Technology, 8-4, in the semifinals. The sophomore transfer then won the back draw with an 8-3 win over Alain Grullon of Quinnipiac.

Wills was the lone Pride singles player left in the main draw after Friday’s first day, but the senior fell to Tyler Hoffmann of Stony Brook, 6-3, 6-3, 10-7, in the semifinals of the C flight.

The doubles team of Pires and Joseph Erichsen also was alive in the main doubles draw but fell to Concordia’s Daniele Piludu and Benas Majauskas, 8-1, in a Flight A doubles semifinal match.

Junior Ari Richman advanced to the semifinals of the Flight A consolation bracket with an 8-3 win over Hamilton’s Ben Swett, but fell to Quinnipiac’s Patrick Sell, 8-4, in their semifinal matchup. Matthew Gemmell lost his quarterfinal match to Jose Morales of Stony Brook, 8-4, at the same flight.

Erichsen dropped his B consolation quarterfinal to Vissicchio, falling behind 7-0 before retiring.

The Pride is now off until September 21 when they host Rider in the first dual match of the 2013-14 season.