HANOVER, N.H. - The Penn men's tennis team was unable to put any players in the quarterfinals of the Northeast ITA Regional, though four singles players reached the round of 32.
Penn's top seed Eugen Brazdil was upset in the round of 16 by Columbia Haig Schneiderman, losing in three sets, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6. Schneiderman went on to lose in the semi-finals to the eventual champions.
Freshman Mark Milbrandt couldn't win his fifth match in a row, falling in straight sets and fellow classmate Jason Magnes improved his overall record to 11-3 this fall, though both lost in the round of 32.
Senior Adam Schwartz also lost in the round of 32, however he took No. 5 seed Alexei Chijoff Evans of Harvad to three sets.
In doubles action, the duo of sophomore Phil Law and Magnes were unable to make the quarterfinals, losing to Johnathan Jaklitsch and Mirza Klis of Cornell, 8-5.
The ITA Regional marks the end of the fall season for Penn. The Quakers open their spring season on January 23, when they host Drexel and Bucknell.