April 15, 2012

Men's Tennis Weekend Recap

 

Sunday, April 15

Johns Hopkins 8, Carnegie Mellon 1 ... more to come

 

Muhlenberg 7, McDaniel 2
The Muhlenberg men’s tennis team kept the good streak and ditched the bad one.
  After opening the spring with seven straight losses, the Mules broke into the winning column with a 7-2 victory at McDaniel. It was the 29th straight win for Muhlenberg against the Green Terror – a streak dating back to 1982.

 

TCNJ 7, Washington College 2
The College of New Jersey swept doubles and won four of the six singles matches to post a 7-2 non-conference win over visiting Washington College this afternoon in Ewing, NJ. The Lions, who are ranked 12th in the Northeast region, improved to 8-3 with the win, while the Shoremen, who are ranked 11th in the Atlantic South, fell to 8-5 with the loss.

 

Saturday, April 14

Haverford 5, #26 Franklin & Marshall 4
A split of the singles matches after forging a lead in doubles enabled the Haverford College men's tennis team to defeat 26th-ranked Franklin & Marshall College, 5-4, in a Centennial Conference match Saturday afternoon on the Fords' Bramall Courts.

 

#16 Johns Hopkins 9, Muhlenberg 0
The 16th-ranked Johns Hopkins men’s tennis team remained unbeaten in Centennial Conference play with a 9-0 win at Muhlenberg on Saturday afternoon. The Blue Jays improve to 10-3 overall and 7-0 in the conference, while the Mules fall to 0-7 overall and 0-5 in the CC.

 

#25 Mary Washington 5, #21 Swarthmore 4
#21 Swarthmore 9, Dickinson 0

The No. 21 Swarthmore College men's tennis team (11-9, 5-2) split a pair of home matches on Saturday, easily defeating Conference rival Dickinson 9-0 but falling in a tight contest to No. 25 Mary Washington 5-4.

 

Ursinus 5, McDaniel 4
Ursinus 8, Rutgers-Camden 1 ... more to come

 

Washington College 8, Gettysburg 1
The Washington College men's tennis team clinched a berth in the five-team Centennial Conference Tournament with an 8-1 win over visiting Gettysburg College this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center. The Shoremen, who are currently ranked 11th in the Atlantic South region, improved to 8-4 overall and 6-1 in conference play with the win, while the Bullets fell to 6-7 and 2-5 with the loss.