Women's Tennis Comes From Behind to Win at E-town

Thursday, March 20, 2014 - page 2

Men's Tennis Also Picks Up First Win

Jason Teitelbaum The Muhlenberg men’s tennis team broke into the win column with an 8-1 defeat of Arcadia in its home opener.

For the second straight year, junior No. 1 Daniel Lakhman was nearly perfect against the Knights, dropping only one game in his singles and doubles matches. He posted a 6-0, 6-0 shutout in singles play.

Lakhman’s doubles partner, senior Jason Teitelbaum (pictured) wasn’t too far off, winning 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 singles.

Senior Ben Berkowitz and sophomore Derrick Eng also went 2-0 on the day after teaming up for an 8-5 win at third doubles. Eng came from behind to win a closely contested No. 6 singles match, prevailing 11-9 in the third set.
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Men’s Golf: The Muhlenberg men’s golf team competed with two other schools at the Dickinson Invitational yesterday. Freshman John Froberg and sophomore Jonathan Graulich tied for fifth, each shooting 80 in cold, rainy conditions.
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The Muhlenberg women’s tennis team picked up its first win of the year in thrilling fashion, coming from behind to defeat regionally ranked Elizabethtown.

Sharen Resnikoff The Blue Jays, who are ranked 14th in the Atlantic South Region, took a 2-1 lead after doubles, but the Mules captured four of the six singles matches (four of which went to three sets) to complete the 5-4 win.

Junior Sharen Resnikoff (pictured) won the clincher, outlasting her No. 5 singles opponent, 5-7, 7-5, 6-3, to give Muhlenberg a 5-3 lead with one match still on the court.

Senior Emily Szulman was the lone Muhlenberg player to win at both singles and doubles. Like Resnikoff, she came back after dropping her first set at No. 3 singles to win in three.

Freshman Sara Finger (No. 2) and junior Jennifer Goldberg (No. 4) both won in straight sets.

The win avenged a 5-4 loss to Elizabethtown last year.
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