The Crimson had no respect for the highly touted Orange tandems, steamrolling Syracuse without losing a set.
"It's probably the best we've played yet, as a unit," Usher said.
Evans and Boss trounced the Rice sisters, Susan and Stephanie, 6-0, 6-3.
"They're a good team, (the Rice sisters), we just played super," Boss said. "We just played great, I could behave some of the gets I had."
Smith and Vigna stampeded through their compention 6-1, 6-1.
With Cynds Austrian replacing Debbie Kautman and doubles, Austrian and Robert Hing took a 6.6.2 win.
Austrian and Hing haven't played doubles together since the fall and it took them a while to get back into the saving of things.
"We were a little shaky in the first set, put everything just went our way in the second," Austrian said.
Usher called the Austrian-Hing team an experiment.