Despite falling behind 0-2, Penn rallied back to win 4-3 against St. John’s on Friday afternoon at the National Tennis Center in New York, adding another victory to its record.
Maryland-Baltimore County pushed the Quakers to the brink before Penn prevailed, 5-2.
Senior captain Hicham Laalej leads the men’s tennis team into Saturday’s home match against Maryland-Baltimore County, as the Quakers look to extend their seven-game winning streak.
Senior captain Hicham Laalej has been taking care of business all season, and Wednesday’s match against Navy was no different.
Freshmen Ivan Turudic and Nikola Kocovic come from two different worlds, but both have aided the Penn tennis team in its hot spring start.
While the 7-0 score may seem to indicate that this was another easy win for the Quakers (6-0), in reality, the match was a battle.
Whether the men's tennis team's 5-0 start indicates a great season to come or is simply the byproduct of a soft schedule remains to be seen.
After gutting out its last two matches, the undefeated men’s tennis team may not have to do the same against a winless Fordham squad.
The Quakers will either be well-rested or slightly rusted this afternoon, when they take on George Washington, a team they beat 5-2 last season.
Wednesday night, Penn's City 6 winning streak was in jeopardy until senior captain Hicham Laalej pulled through with a victory in the final match against the Owls' Filip Rams.
Winning 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 singles, Hicham Laalej led Penn to a 6-1 victory over Drexel Saturday, despite still trying to find his form after sitting out all of last season.
The Penn men’s tennis team wrapped up the fall season with another strong showing at the ITA Northeast Regional this weekend.
After an 8-0 start, the Quakers have only won three of their last 13 matches and ended with a five game losing streak — including two this weekend.
In its last weekend of competition, the Penn men’s tennis team is determined to just have fun.
While most eagerly await the arrival of spring in Philadelphia, nice weather has been an obstacle for the Penn men’s tennis team.
Penn was handed its second loss in as many matches at Lott Courts, with Binghamton taking advantage of every opportunity yesterday to earn a 4-3 win.
In a match punctuated by shouts of frustration, code violations and even a coach ejection, the Quakers were handed their first home loss of the season as St. John’s took an early lead and held on tight.
Penn earned a solid 5-2 win over struggling George Washington yesterday at Levy Tennis Pavilion.
After a challenging four game West Coast road swing, during which the Quakers (9-2) finished 2-2, they are back at home and will take on a middle of the pack George Washington (2-6) squad this afternoon.