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05/10 sball vs. Va. Wesleyan W, 6-3
05/10 wlax at Frank. & Marsh. L, 17-11
05/10 sball vs. Staten Island L, 11-5
05/09 mten at Washington and Lee L, 5-0
05/09 sball vs. Chris. Newport L, 6-1

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08/29 msoc at Dickinson 1:00 PM
08/29 vball vs. Mary Baldwin 3:00 PM
08/29 wsoc vs. Western Conn. St. 4:00 PM
08/29 fh at Randolph-Macon 6:00 PM
08/29 vball vs. Salem 7:00 PM
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05/10 wlax at Lebanon Valley L, 18-10
05/07 wlax at Neumann W, 16-14
05/07 sball at Richard Stockton L, 5-0
05/03 bsb at St. Joseph's (Brkln) W, 17-5
05/03 bsb at St. Joseph's (Brkln) W, 5-1

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08/29 wsoc vs. Brockport St. 1:00 PM
08/29 fh at Cabrini 2:00 PM
08/29 msoc at SUNY Geneseo 7:00 PM
08/30 wsoc at TBA 12:00 AM
08/30 msoc at Kean 5:00 PM
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05/03 sball vs. Moravian L, 8-0
05/02 sball at Susquehanna L, 10-2
04/29 sball at Messiah Cancelled
04/29 sball at Messiah Cancelled
04/27 sball at DeSales W, 12-5

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08/29 fh at Frank. & Marsh. 5:00 PM
08/29 vball at Penn St.-Berks 7:00 PM
08/29 msoc at Rowan 7:00 PM
08/30 wsoc at Keystone 1:00 PM
08/30 vball at Frank. & Marsh. 2:00 PM
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05/03 mlax at Susquehanna L, 9-6
04/30 mlax at Scranton W, 8-4
04/26 mlax at Scranton W, 8-7
04/26 wlax at Susquehanna W, 20-13
04/23 mten at Elizabethtown W, 6-3

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08/29 wsoc at Wm. Paterson 4:00 PM
08/29 vball vs. Hood 5:00 PM
08/29 fh at Bethany (WV) 6:00 PM
08/29 vball at East. Mennonite 7:00 PM
08/29 msoc at Hood 7:00 PM
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04/29 sball at Pitt.-Bradford Cancelled
04/29 sball at Pitt.-Bradford Cancelled
04/28 bsb at Pitt.-Greensburg L, 5-3
04/27 bsb at Merchant Marine L, 8-1
04/27 mten at Catholic W, 5-4

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08/29 vball vs. Nazareth 3:00 PM
08/29 fh at Dickinson 4:00 PM
08/29 msoc at Frostburg St. 4:30 PM
08/29 vball vs. Fredonia St. 5:00 PM
08/30 msoc vs. TBD TBA
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05/15 bsb vs. Misericordia L, 4-3
05/14 bsb vs. Haverford W, 3-1
05/09 bsb at Rowan L, 3-2
05/05 bsb vs. Susquehanna L, 5-2
05/04 bsb at Merchant Marine L, 7-4

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08/29 msoc at Clarkson 2:00 PM
08/29 wsoc at Marywood 3:30 PM
08/29 vball at Alvernia 4:00 PM
08/29 vball at New Rochelle 8:00 PM
08/30 vball at TBA 10:00 AM
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05/09 wten vs. Tufts L, 5-0
05/03 bsb at York (Pa.) L, 3-2
05/03 bsb at York (Pa.) L, 12-11
04/30 mlax at Goucher W, 8-4
04/30 sball at Muhlenberg Cancelled

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08/29 vball at Gwynedd Mercy 3:00 PM
08/29 msoc at Penn St.-Altoona 4:00 PM
08/29 fh at Muhlenberg 7:00 PM
08/29 vball at La Roche 9:00 PM
08/30 vball at St. Joseph's (L.I.) 9:30 AM
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05/18 bsb vs. Wesleyan (Conn.) W, 4-3
05/17 bsb vs. Baldwin Wallace L, 4-1
05/15 bsb vs. Rowan W, 5-4
05/14 bsb vs. Keystone L, 5-3
05/10 wlax at TCNJ L, 19-7

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08/29 fh at TBD 2:00 PM
08/29 msoc vs. Kean 5:00 PM
08/30 fh at TBD TBA
08/30 vball vs. Mass.-Boston 11:00 AM
08/30 vball vs. Stevenson 1:00 PM
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05/04 bsb at Moravian L, 7-4
05/04 bsb vs. Susquehanna L, 6-5
05/03 bsb at Moravian W, 5-2
04/29 bsb at Old Westbury W, 6-4
04/27 bsb at Juniata L, 8-1

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08/29 vball at Brooklyn 7:00 PM
08/30 vball at Farmingdale State 10:00 AM
08/30 msoc at Staten Island 12:00 PM
08/30 vball at CCNY 4:00 PM
08/31 msoc vs. New Jersey City 12:00 PM
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Men's Tennis

 
February 20, 2014

Catholic Tops Men's Tennis Preseason Poll

TOWSON, Md. – The Landmark Conference men's tennis coaches voted and it appears there may be a changing of the guard. Catholic University was picked to win the 2014 Landmark title, which if proves true, would end Drew University's streak at six straight Landmark titles and 13 consecutive conference championships.

The Cardinals earned four first place votes and 59 points to sit atop the preseason poll. Juniata College was picked second with two first place votes and 41 points while Moravian College was picked third with 39 points. Drew rounded out the top half of the poll with a first place vote and 34 points.

Catholic (12-7, 5-2) is hopeful that the team will be competing for its first Landmark Conference title this year. The Cardinals return first-team All-Landmark performer, Brian Bradley, for his senior season. Catholic head coach Marty Dowd welcomes Juan Paul Lorido who had a fantastic rookie campaign in the fall, being named the Landmark Player of the Week twice.

Juniata (13-7, 4-3) earned just its second berth in the Landmark tournament last year after tying the program record for wins in a season with 13. The Eagles lost two from their top six, but return seniors and All-Landmark honorees Justin Wisniewski and Elliott Perow. Head coach Jason Cohen and his team hope to return to the conference playoffs this season.

The Greyhounds (7-10, 4-3) posted a 1-1 mark in their fall season and the spring roster will be bolstered by the return of Landmark All-Conference Second Team Doubles squad member junior Lewis Cooper, who missed the fall season while playing soccer. Sophomores Matt Turoto and John Wylie also made the All-Conference Second Team a year ago and will bolster the Greyhounds' line-up in both singles and doubles action.

With the departure of three-time Landmark Conference Player of the Year, Raul Smego, the Rangers (12-7, 6-1) turn to returning veterans and anxious newcomers to fill the void. Young but ready to compete the Rangers look to remain atop the Landmark standings. Senior Vin Mahon and junior Scott Vander Veen are expected to lead the charge.

The University of Scranton (8-5, 6-1) was picked fifth in the poll with 33 points. Goucher College (5-14, 1-6) received the final first place vote to go along with 28 total points to finish sixth. Susquehanna University (6-11, 2-5) was selected seventh with 15 points and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (2-9, 0-7) grabbed the eighth spot with seven points.

The 2014 spring season kicks off Feb. 26 when Moravian travels to Baptist Bible (Pa.). The other teams begin competition over the next several weeks before everyone is in action by Mar. 20.

The top four teams in the final regular season standings qualify for postseason play in the Landmark Conference Tournament. The top two seeds will host semifinals Apr. 23 with the highest remaining seed scheduled to host the championship Apr. 26. The conference champion will earn the automatic qualifier to the NCAA Division III Tournament.

2014 Landmark Men's Tennis Preseason Poll
Rank Institution (First Place) Points
1. Catholic (4) 59
2. Juniata (2) 41
3. Moravian 39
4. Drew (1) 34
5. Scranton 33
6. Goucher (1) 28
7. Susquehanna 15
8. Merchant Marine 7