The team won its second straight conference championship. He played second doubles.
Finally we can breath. We can step back. We’ve been looking for Spring-Ford and Phoenixville.
We lost a couple guys, but Justin Baman, who’s a freshman, came in and really stepped up. Cruz Marin, a jayvee player for three years … he stepped up. They (6-4, 6-3 winners at third doubles) have been really successful. They have one loss all year, to Spring-Ford. Matt Connor, a senior walk-on, and Pete Donahue (at second doubles) have given us depth. They’ve only lost two matches.
Keenan McAuliffe (first singles) has been in some tough spots. But he placed fifth in PAC-10 singles and Nish was fourth. That’s just fourth and fifth, but still very impressive. First and second singles and third and fourth doubles have stepped it up. They have really given us an edge all season.
– Perry Del Rossi, Methacton boys tennis coach