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.
The Red and Blue went 2-2 in their four matches last week, but the team returned to campus with stronger team chemistry.
The Quakers remain undefeated after their last doubleheader of the season, rolling over Villanova, 6-1, and then outlasting Delaware, 4-3.
Schwartz pulls through, leading Penn Men's tennis to shutout victory and fifth straight win
In its first away match of the season, Penn edged out the Midshipmen, 4-3, to give the Quakers their 11th consecutive victory over Navy.
Men’s tennis coach Nik DeVore’s lineup, which includes five freshman and a talented sophomore transfer, is one puzzle that needs solving.
Missing from the M. Tennis roster are last year’s top player and one of this year’s captains. But when the Quakers open their season tomorrow at Levy Pavilion with a doubleheader against Drexel and Bucknell, they’ll still be playing with a target on their backs.
As three players advanced to the finals of the USTA Men’s College Invitational another three reached the finals of the St. Joseph’s Invitational.