Men’s Tennis Loses to Jefferson 4-3 in Season Finale Despite Taking Doubles Point; All Three Seniors Win in Doubles Play in Final Career Matches Playing their final career collegiate matches, seniors Borna Novak, Nathan Nguyen and Evan Halperin all won in doubles play. Full Story
Men’s Tennis Sweeps West Chester in Non-Conference Finale The Devils won all three doubles matches, before not dropping a set in singles play. Full Story
Men’s Tennis Edged in Doubles Play in Loss to No. 35 Concordia Jack Kosiorwoski and Nathan Nguyen won their third straight match together, 6-4 at No. 2 doubles for their team-best sixth victory this season. Full Story
Kosiorowski and Nguyen Win Second Straight Match as Men’s Tennis Honors Senior Class on Sunday USciences honored its three seniors – Evan Halperin, Nathan Nguyen and Borna Novak – prior to a 4-0 loss to Roberts Wesleyan on Sunday afternoon at the Hamlin Center. Full Story
Kosiorowski and Nguyen Win in Doubles Play in Men’s Tennis’ Loss at Chestnut Hill Kosirowski’s and Nguyen’s victory was their fourth of the season together, tied for second on the team. Full Story
Men’s Tennis Wins First Match of Spring, Coming Back to Defeat St. Thomas Aquinas 4-3 With the score tied at 3-3, Borna Novak clinched the winning point with a 7-5 triumph in the third set at No. 3 singles. The senior shook off a 0-6 defeat in the second set for his second straight victory Full Story
Men’s Tennis Loses 4-3 for the Second Time in Three Matches, Falling to Deamen on Sunday Daemen won all three doubles matches, despite two of the three being decided by just two games, proving to be the difference in the match. Full Story
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USciences Basketball Leads Philadelphia-Area Institutions with Three Honorees as Fox Thomas and Ye All Voted Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-AreaUniversity of the Sciences’ three overall honorees were the most amongst the 30 schools in the Philadelphia Area, and USciences was one of just two schools (Haverford) to have student-athletes on both the men’s and women’s teams.
Men’s and Women’s Basketball Lead CACC in All-Academic Honorees for Second Year in a RowThe men had three honorees, tied atop the conference, while the women’s nine were five more than the next-highest program. The women have now led the league for three straight years.