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Vim De Alwis was among six Quakers to win both their singles and doubles matches on Friday.

Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania
Day 1 at Penn Invitational Completed
Courtesy: Jen Wong, athletic communications  
Release:  09/27/2013

PHILADELPHIA – After a long day of play, one of Penn’s teams came away undefeated playing against Duquesne and Niagara in dual matches on Friday. All six Quakers on the team won both their singles and doubles matches, most not even dropping a set. Seniors Nikola Kocovic and Zach Katz led the team that included freshman Matt Nardella as well as veterans Vim De Alwis, Jeremy Court, and Blaine Willenborg. Up next for this team will be Stony Brook at 1 p.m. on Saturday.

Below is a schedule of the dual matches that were played on Friday, whose results can be found in the accompanying PDF file. Each team will play one more dual match on Saturday and another one on Sunday. A schedule for Saturday is also listed below.

Saturday’s Schedule

9 AM
Brown vs. Penn 1
Monmouth/Penn vs. Niagara
St. Peter’s/Niagara vs. Norfolk State
Lehigh vs. St. Joe’s – at Temple

1 PM
Buffalo vs. St. John’s
Stony Brook vs. Penn 2
Binghamton vs. Duquesne
Temple vs. Delaware – at Temple


Friday’s Schedule

9 AM
Delaware vs. Penn 2
Brown vs. Lehigh
St. John’s vs. St. Joe’s
Temple vs. Buffalo (at Temple)*

12 PM
Binghamton vs. Monmouth/Penn
Stony Brook vs. St. Peter’s/Niagara
Duquesne vs. Penn 1
Niagara vs. Norfolk (at Temple)*

3 PM
Brown vs. Buffalo
St John’s vs. Penn 1
St. Joe’s vs. Delaware
Lehigh vs. Temple (at Temple)*

6PM
Monmouth/Penn vs. Stonybrook
Niagara vs. Penn
Duquesne vs. Norfolk
Binghamton vs. St.Peter’s/Niagara*

*Do not have results for. Will have them at the conclusion of the tournament on Sunday.



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