Press Release

Fall 2011 Tennis: Senior Day PSU Brandywine

October 8, 2011

Sophomore Caleb Wise battled in a three-set loss

Sophomore Caleb Wise battled in a three-set loss

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. –Despite a straight sets win from men’s first doubles team Nathan Scott (Canton, Conn.) and Adam Smith (Duncannon), the Pennsylvania College of Technology tennis team lost 8-1 to Penn State Brandywine Saturday. Brandywine is undefeated in the Penn State University Athletic Conference this year while the Wildcats are in second place behind them. The loss drops the team to 4-2.

Scott and Smith made quick work of their opponents winning 6-2, 6-3. The duo remains undefeated on the season in men’s first doubles.

Though Penn College did not win any singles matches, the team fought hard and had close sets. Scott took his first singles match to a first set tiebreaker and was just edged out 7-4. He was unable to get any momentum after that losing in the second set 6-0.

Sophomore Caleb Wise (Manheim) took his fourth singles match to three but ultimately fell 5-7, 6-1, 6-10. Senior Rachel Emmons (Washington, N.J.) won her first set in women’s first singles 6-3, but could not get a second set losing 5-7, 2-10 in the next two.

Next up, Penn College travels to Penn State Mont Alto on Thursday, Oct. 13 for a 3 p.m. match.

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