Morale is running high on the men's tennis team. They are currently undefeated with a record of 4-0. Last week they not only won both their meets, but actually swept each meet losing not a single match.
Admittedly the Yeomen had a great advantage over the four-man team from Tiffin University they played at home on Saturday, but they had no such advantage against a fully-manned Adrian College where they also had to play after a long drive to Michigan. They still won both meets 7-0.
At Adrian College on Wednesday, the whole team played well with scores such as 6-0 and 6-1 not uncommon.
First-year Sam Steckley was a little unsure about his performance. "If I play that way in the future, I'm going to get beat a lot," he said. He did, however, beat his opponenet in the number three singles match at Adrian 6-3 and 6-2.
In spite of Steckley's doubts, the team as a whole is still confident. "We're getting ready to leave for Spring Break on a high note," said senior Adam Shoemaker. "We're getting ready to play the better teams. We can play with anybody."
The team plays Lake Erie College at home on Saturday.
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Volume 124, Number 18; March 15, 1996
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