Press Release

Fall 2010 Tennis: PSUAC Championships

October 23, 2010

The Wildcats captured their third straight PSUAC title

The Wildcats captured their third straight PSUAC title

STATE COLLEGE, Pa – The Pennsylvania College of Technology tennis team captured its third straight Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference title with a come from behind win. The Wildcats just edged out favorite and regular season champion Penn State York 60-59.

On Saturday, things were looking down as Penn College lost matches in five of the eight flights the team was entered in. Senior Robert Kemrer (Milton) and senior Danielle Trout (Harrisburg/Central Dauphin) each captured individual championships at fourth and second singles respectively. Trout teamed with junior partner Rachel Emmons (Washington, N.J.) to take women’s doubles. York and Penn State Brandywine, the top two teams going into Sunday’s matches each split the other flights allowing for the Wildcats to swoop in for the victory.

The two-day team championship is based on individual play. Each team is rewarded points for its players that win and progress through the tournament. At the end of the weekend, the points are added for each team and a champion is crowned.

Penn College 60
PSU York 59
PSU Brandywine 52
PSU Lehigh Valley 38
PSU Mont Alto 34
PSU Hazelton 27

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