Thursday's Men's Tennis Recap

                         Gettysburg's Terry Keegan

Mary Washington 5, Franklin & Marshall 4
Franklin & Marshall's men's tennis team dropped a close 5-4 decision to No. 16 Mary Washington Thursday afternoon in non-conference action. The Diplomats (3-4) picked up their four wins in the singles matches, with the Eagles (8-11) sweeping the doubles matches. 


Gettysburg 9, PSU-Harrisburg 0
The Gettysburg College men’s tennis team put a halt to a four-match losing streak with a 9-0 non-conference victory over Penn State Harrisburg on Thursday, March 29.  Gettysburg (4-4) had no issues against the Lions (7-3) dropping only three games in doubles and sweeping each of the six singles match ups in straight-sets. Both second doubles tandem Johnny Nelson and Mike McLaughlin and third doubles tandem Sebastian Rodriguez and Mike Pratt won 8-0, while No. 1 duo Terry Keegan and Chris Curranearned an 8-3 victory. 


Ursinus 9, Cabrini 0
The Ursinus College men's tennis team got back on the winning track Thursday, defeating Cabrini by 9-0 score, upping their record to 9-5.  In doubles, sophomore Evan Lord (Collegeville, Pa./Methacton) and sophomoreMatt Hope (Wyomissing, Pa./Wilson) defeated Anthony DiCicco and Walter Jesuncosky by an 8-3 score at number one flight, with sophomore Bennet Krantz(Milford, Conn./Joseph A. Foran) and junior Sean Kelley (Hershey, Pa./Hershey) defeating Ian Monson and Justin Lutteroty at number two flight, 8-6.