Women's Tennis Dominates, Track Teams Compete at Three MeetsSaturday, April 12, 2014 - page 3
All three women’s doubles teams won their pro sets at love. Seniors Nina Sanders and Emily Szulman prevailed at first doubles, while freshman Sara Finger and junior Sharen Resnikoff won at second and junior Jennifer Goldberg (right) and freshman Jamie Rosenblum teamed up to repeat the feat at No. 3.
Szulman (No. 2), Goldberg (No. 3), Rosenblum (No. 5) and junior Dani Yaron (No. 6) all won their singles matches by 6-0, 6-0 scores. It was Rosenblum’s fourth consecutive shutout.
The men’s match came down to the wire, but McDaniel came through for its first victory over the Mules since 1982.
Bidding for its first CC victory of the season, Muhlenberg trailed, 4-2, with three matches to play and nearly pulled off the comeback before coming up just short. Sophomore Neil Shulman posted a 6-3, 6-3 victory at No. 6 singles in his first action of the spring, and junior Eric Chavis rallied from a set down at No. 4 to take the third set, 6-4, and knot the contest at 4-all. But the Green Terror came out on top in the final matchup of the day to cap its milestone win.
Senior Ben Berkowitz and sophomore Derrick Eng captured a 9-8 decision at third doubles for the Mules, and junior Daniel Lakhman was a straight-sets winner at first singles.