March 11 - MIAA Player of the Week
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The Adrian College men’s tennis team opened its spring schedule in Orlando, Fla. Last week, going 2-2 in four matches. The Bulldogs opened up with a win over DeSales on Monday before losing to Wabash later that night. After Tuesday morning’s match with Coe was cancelled due to rain, AC blanked Wentworth before falling in the trip finale to Concordia-Moorhead. Junior Nathan Waterbury had the best week for the Bulldogs, going 3-1 in doubles play, at the two and one spots, and 2-2 at two singles. In just singles play, junior Kyle Haines went 3-1 at the five spot and sophomore Jovanni Wagner-Payne didn’t lose, going 3-0 in the six spot.
Josh McGarry, Robert Joerg, and Toma Shngoo all achieved 2-1 records in singles matches last week…In doubles, Shngoo and Israel Trevino were 2-1 in the No. 2 flight.
The Scots went 1-1 last week with a 5-4 loss to Manchester and a 9-0 sweep of Muskingum. Sophomore Brandon Ralston (Cadillac, Mich.) won four matcheswhile junior Jadon House (Brighton, Mich.) and junior Sam Lindeman (Greenville, Mich.) also earned singles wins. Alma is now 3-6 on the season with two non-conference matches left before conference play begins.
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Did not compete. Hope returns to competition Tuesday, March 19 against Goucher.
Did not compete. The Hornets are back in action Sunday, March 24 at Oglethorpe.
Did not compete. Olivet returns to competition Saturday, March 23 against Grace Christian (Mich.).
The Thunder came back with one win from their spring break trip, defeating King's (Pa.) 8-1, but struggled through the rest of the week to fall to 5-5 overall.