Scott Dicheck is no stranger to the College’s athletic program. In 21 years, Coach Dicheck has been the head coach of both the men’s and women’s tennis teams and has seen quite a bit of success in his time at the College.
To end their season, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams were able to take down their final opponents and gain a playoff spot. On Wednesday, April 24 the men’s team took on Stevens Institute of Technology followed by a weekend match on Saturday, April 27 as they went up against SUNY Oneonta at home.
It was a busy week for the Lions as the men took on both Rutgers University-Newark and Camden in a doubleheader on April 10, the University of Rochester on Saturday, April 13 and Goucher College on Sunday, April 14.
On Saturday, March 30, the men’s tennis team traveled to Ramapo College in a conference match. The team came out on top, sweeping the match 9-0 and increasing its record to 9-1 while the women had the week off.
The men’s and women’s tennis teams blazed through their opponents’ plays this past weekend. The men’s team outdueled Salisbury University 5-4 on Saturday, March 9 at the Hopewell Tennis Club in Hopewell, New Jersey. Meanwhile, the women’s team defeated its Salisbury counterpart 7-2.
On Saturday, March 2, the men’s and women’s tennis teams battled Dickinson College at home and shut out their respective opponents. The next day, the men’s team took on Franklin and Marshall College at home, shutting out its opponent as well.