Franklin & Marshall further solidified its place as a top Centennial Conference (CC) contender with the program’s seventh-straight Tournament Semifinal appearance where the Diplomats’ fell to No. 24 Johns Hopkins by a 5-0 tally. F&M ended 2018 with a 10-9, 6-3 CC record.
Jack Rothman, Isaac Salas, Zack Levin, and Sam Bellersen were recognized on the All-Centennial Conference (CC) Men’s Tennis Team, announced Thursday by the conference office. Rothman and Bellersen earned First Team honors for doubles. Rothman and Salas were named to the Second Team for singles while Zack Levin received Honorable Mention.
This season marks Franklin & Marshall’s ninth straight Centennial Conference (CC) Tournament appearance since the current five-team format was adopted in 2006. The Diplomats took home two MAC Conference Championships in 1963 and 1972, but have not earned a CC crown.
Franklin & Marshall's Jack Rothman was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Player of the Week for men's tennis, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor is the first of the season for a member of the Diplomats and the first for Rothman's career.
Franklin & Marshall’s Jack Rothman and Will Samuels were just shy of the quarterfinal round in Championship Doubles after winning a pair of matchups at last weekend’s ITA Southeast Regional Championships, hosted by Mary Washington.
Franklin & Marshall battled throughout an always-difficult Centennial Conference (CC) men's tennis schedule to reach its sixth straight Tournament Semifinal where the Diplomats season ended with a 7-10, 5-4 CC record after a hard-fought 5-1 loss to No. 17 Johns Hopkins.
Jack Rothman, Zack Levin, and Inigo Flores were all recognized on the All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team for men?s tennis, announced Friday by the conference office. Rothman and Flores earned First Team honors for doubles, while Rothman and Levin both landed on the Second Team for singles.
Franklin & Marshall took on No. 17 Johns Hopkins on Saturday in the semifinals of the Centennial Conference (CC) Men?s Tennis Playoffs, but saw its season come to a close with a 5-1 defeat to the Blue Jays. The Diplomats end the year with a record of 7-10, while Hopkins improved to 14-2 and advanced to tomorrow?s CC Finals.