Inexperienced to start with, the Muhlenberg mens tennis team was
by injuries to three of the top four players in its singles lineup in
2006. As a result, the Mules used the same starting singles lineup in
consecutive matches only once, and had a player who began the year out of
the top six competing at No. 3 by the end.
Nodiff won at No. 1 doubles against Johns Hopkins for his 50th career
Nevertheless, Muhlenberg went 4-7 overall and 2-6 in the Centennial
Conference, nearly matching its 5-7, 2-6 records of 2005.
The Mules defeated handily defeated Moravian and McDaniel and squeaked
past Ramapo and Ursinus by 4-3 margins for their four wins.
Senior Adam Nodiff moved up to the No. 1 position for the first
his career following an injury to Brad Gutwillig, the only other
the team. Nodiff was 3-3 at No. 1 singles and teamed with freshman
Wernick for a 4-1 mark at first doubles.
Sophomore James Goldman tied Nodiff for the team lead with five
wins, including a 3-0 record at No. 4. Junior Michael DiVita, who
the winning point against Ramapo with a three-set singles win, was 3-1
when playing fifth or sixth singles.