The Penn State men’s tennis team wrapped up its trip to Charlottesville, Va., today at the UVA Ranked plus One Invitational.
Sophomore Tomas Hanzlik’s charged through the Blue singles bracket and ended Sunday with a 6-1, 6-2 loss in the final match to the No. 8-ranked player in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll, Virginia's Alex Domijan.
Senior Bryan Welnetz capped off his rebound performance today after starting his season off with two singles losses. After Welnetz knocked off Louisville’s Michael Lippens yesterday, he won the first set, 6-2, against Radford’s Joe Mills before Mills retired. Welnetz’s victory earned him 13th place in the White singles draw.
Freshman Roman Trkulja was unable to pick up a victory in singles play in his debut tournament for the Nittany Lions. Trkulja fell to Alex van Gils of George Washington and then Nick Sayer of Radford, the No. 74-ranked player in the country. Trkulja was forced to retire from the tournament with an abdominal muscle injury on Saturday.