April 22 - MIAA Player of the Week
|Apr. 17||Hope||9||Albion *||0||Final|
|Apr. 18||Hope||1||Kalamazoo *||8||Final|
|Case Western Reserve||9||Hope||0||Final|
|Apr. 22||Hope||9||Alma *||0||Final|
|Apr. 24||Alma||0||Kalamazoo *||9||Final|
Around the MIAA (through April 21 matches)
The Adrian College men’s tennis team finished its regular season with a 7-2 loss to Calvin last week. The Bulldogs currently sit in fourth place in the MIAA standings and await the last day of matches this week to determine whether or not they make the tournament.
Lost 9-0 to Kalamazoo April 20 to conclude the season.
Did not compete.
Calvin picked up a crucial 7-2 conference victory at Adrian on Wednesday to move into third place in the MIAA standings. Calvin took early control of the match by winning all three doubles points. The Knights then took four of the six singles points to claim the five-point win. Calvin will travel to Trine on Wednesday for its regular season finale. The match will have strong implications in qualifying for the upcoming four-team MIAA Tournament.
The Hope College men's tennis team split four matches and clinched No. 2 seed for the MIAA Tournament last week. The Flying Dutchmen defeated Albion College, 9-0, and College of Wooster (Ohio), 6-3, while losing to Kalamazoo College, 8-1, and Case Western Reserve University, 9-0.
The Hornets were victorious in both of their MIAA matches against Hope and Albion this week and clinched at least a share of the 2019 MIAA championship. Kalamazoo defeated Hope 8-1 on Thursday before sweeping Albion 9-0 over the weekend. The team is now 36-0 in MIAA singles matches. Ian Yi, Daniel Henry, Casey Johnson, and Alex Cadigan are each 6-0. The Hornets have also won 17 of 18 doubles matches in the MIAA. The regular season is scheduled to wrap up this week with road matches against Alma Wednesday and Wisconsin-Whitewater Sunday.
Did not compete.
2018-19 MIAA Men's Tennis Standings
|GP||Record||Win %||PF||PA||GP||Record||Win %||PF||PA||Last 10||Streak|