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Tennis Teams to Tackle Weekend of Fellow Ranked Opponents

Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications                                                                      Release: 03/04/2014
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Alanna Wolff and Zack McCourt will lead their teams into matches against fellow ranked opponents...
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Both Princeton's men's and women's tennis teams are included in this week's ITA rankings, and both will take on ranked opponents this weekend.

Ohio State

Princeton Women & Ohio State
Head-to-Head

Sat., 10 a.m. Match Day & Time Match in Columbus, Ohio
7-4 2014 Record 8-3
59 ITA Team Ranking 75

None

ITA-Ranked Players Alanna Wolff, 98 (S)
None  All-Time Wins vs. Opponent 2
None  Streak vs. Opponent 2

The Tigers and Buckeyes have met before, but not in a long, long time. Princeton picked up wins in 1976 and 1978 against Ohio State, and Saturday's meeting will break a 36-year hiatus in the series. The Tigers are on a five-match win streak that is their longest since 2010, when Princeton won 10 in a row straight through the Ivy League season. That win streak started with a win over another Big Ten team, Penn State, the second of three consecutive wins over Big Ten teams that Princeton will bring into Saturday's match.

Denver Penn State

Princeton Men & Opponents
Head-to-Head

Fri, 1:30 p.m. Sat., 11 a.m. Match Day & Time Both matches in Jadwin Gym
6-5 10-1 2014 Record 8-4
61 31 ITA Team Ranking 50
Henry Craig, 101 (S)
Diego Rocha, 50 (D)
Aidan Talcott, 50 (D)
Leonard Stahovsky, 50 (S) ITA-Ranked Players Zack McCourt, 108 (S)
Augie Bloom, 44 (D)
2 6  All-Time Wins vs. Opponent  None vs. Denver, 20 vs. Penn State
2 1  Streak vs. Opponent None

Princeton's men have faced Denver just twice, in 2010 and 2011, both on neutral courts and both Denver wins. The Tigers will have at least five different doubles and five different singles players than their last match against the Pioneers in 2011.

Princeton is 20-6 all-time against Penn State, but the Nittany Lions have won six of the last eight after Princeton won the first 18 times through 1997. The Tigers will have at least five different doubles players and four different singles players from the teams' last meeting in 2012, a 4-3 Penn State win in State College. The Tigers won the teams' last meeting in Princeton, 4-3 in 2011.
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