The Quakers were up three matches to one against Princeton, but dropped the final three matches in dramatic fashion.
In their first match at their new facility, Hamlin Tennis Center, the Quakers lost 5-2 to No. 58 St. John’s.
Freshman star Jeremy Court hopes to set an example for the rest of the team as the Quakers (8-4) face off against St. John’s (11-5) on Wednesday at the Hamlin Tennis Center — their final tune-up before Ivy League competition begins.
During Rob Wang’s first two years at Penn, Wong made little impact on the tennis team and quit when his relationship with former coach Nick DeVore deteriorated. However, with a new coach, he’s back on the court.
The Penn men’s tennis team split its two matches this weekend, beating William & Mary 6-1, but losing to Old Dominion 4-3.
Overall, the men’s team (7-3) played well and showed an ability to fight through adverse conditions. The women’s team looked confident in their two matches over the break.
While both the men’s and women’s tennis teams got off to 2-0 starts against Buffalo, only the men hold on to win.
The Daily Pennsylvanian recently sat down with David Geatz, the new coach of the men’s tennis team, for a Q&A session.
A crucial game penalty may have cost Penn the match, as the men’s tennis team lost to George Washington, 5-2.
Bolstered by wins from freshman Jeremy Court at both No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles, the Quakers defeated the Midshipmen, 4-3, Wednesday night.
New Quakers head coach brings high level of optimism to a deflated program.
Bringing in a new coach should help turn a struggling program around, especially if he follows these steps.
The resignation of head coach Nik DeVore on Friday allows the Penn tennis team to close the book on a difficult four-year run in which the Quakers finished a combined 6-22 in the Ivy League.
After four years at the helm of the Penn men’s tennis program, coach Nik DeVore resigned from the position Friday.
Facing Cornell in Penn’s last home match of the season, the Big Red proved to be as tough as their undefeated record showed, winning the match, 5-2.
Going into the Ivy League season, the Penn men’s tennis team was looking to contend for the title. Now, they are in danger of finishing at the bottom of the league.
The Penn men's tennis team walked away victorious on Wednesday night with a valiant 5-2 win over Delaware.
The Quakers will take a welcome break from their challenging Ivy schedule to take on the Delaware Blue Hens Wednesday in Newark, Del.
The No. 61 men’s tennis team continued Ivy League play this weekend as it traveled north to take on Brown and Yale.
After a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Princeton in its Ivy opener last Saturday, the Penn men’s tennis team may be faced with the daunting task of having to win out in order to capture the Ivy League title.