PRINCETON, N.J. - Jeremy Court was the lone Penn men's tennis player to take home a title on Sunday, capturing a hard-fought match versus Evan McElwain of Cornell in the Flight D final of the Princeton Invitational, 7-5, 2-6, 6-1. Just a freshman, this is Court's first collegiate title and he now stands with a record of 4-0 on the season.
With the exception of Court, it was a quiet end to the first tournament of the season. The doubles team of Mark Milbrandt and Nikola Kocovic fell in the consolation bracket semifinals of A doubles 8-5, to the team of Gery/Narayana from Columbia.
Likewise, Court and doubles partner Rob Wong were defeated by Iyer/Sydney of Cornell, 8-3 in the B doubles bracket bringing their tournament to a close.
The Quakers travel to Flushing Meadows, N.Y. next weekend for the USTA College Invitational. The tournament runs from Sept. 23-25.