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 Mike Falk
 Sports Information Director
 Muhlenberg College
 2400 Chew Street
 Allentown PA 18104

Men’s Tennis
2003-04 Season Review:

The Muhlenberg men’s tennis team was just
Jeff Kraft
Kraft went 12-4 overall in singles to push his career record to 38-16. He has a 71-37 combined career mark.
a couple individual matches away from a winning season in 2004.

The Mules won four of their first six matches of the spring, but lost three straight matches by 4-3 scores in the middle of the Centennial Conference season and finished 5-7, 2-6 in the CC.

Junior Jeff Kraft had a tremendous year as the Mules’ top singles player, taking his last eight dual matches to improve his spring record to 9-3. He went 7-1 against CC foes to earn the top seed in the league tournament, where he advanced to the quarterfinals. After the season, Kraft was selected to the All-CC singles team.

Included in Muhlenberg’s hot start were a shutout of Penn State-Berks/Lehigh
Brian Barkauskas
Barkauskas won 25 doubles matches and 19 singles contests in his career.
Valley and 6-1 wins at home against Moravian and at McDaniel in the CC opener. The team also scored a 7-0 defeat of Gettysburg and won at Albright, 4-3.

The Mules took the doubles point in seven of their 12 matches, with Kraft and senior co-captain Brian Barkauskas posting a team-best 6-3 record at first doubles and winning four of their five CC matches.

Sophomore Brad Gutwillig posted an 8-4 singles record and won five CC matches. He and classmate Adam Nodiff went 6-6 at second doubles, equaling Nodiff’s singles record.

Junior Mitchell Reading won five matches at No. 3 singles and teamed up with senior co-captin Gaspare Pizzo for a 5-4 doubles mark.

The Mules warmed up for the spring with two wins, 4-3 at Scranton and 7-2 at East Stroudsburg in the fall of 2003.

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