PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Seth Marcil, Castleton
(Jr. - Brattleboro, Vt.)
Marcil has been Castleton's top player this season with three combined victories. He holds a 2-1 record in singles action after registering a 6-0, 6-0 victory in the second-flight match against Johnson State. In doubles play, the junior is 1-2 on the season following an 8-1 victory in the No. 1 doubles match vs. the Badgers.
AROUND THE NAC EAST
Castleton picked up its first win of the season on Sunday with an 8-1 victory over Johnson State. The Spartans won five of their six singles matches in straight sets while also sweeping the doubles games. The squad hosts Sage this Thursday in non-conference action.
Colby-Sawyer plays a full slate of matches this week as part of its annual spring break trip. The Chargers have five matches this week in Florida.
Green Mountain opened up the regular season with a 6-3 non-conference win against Johnson State on Saturday. Jack Hepburn led the way with an 8-0 second flight doubles win with partner Grey McCampbell. Hepburn then emerged victorious in third flight singles with a pair of 6-0 set victories. The Eagles will play a pair of matches this weekend as they open up NAC play against Lyndon on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and then square off against The Sage Colleges on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
Johnson State went 0-2 on the week dropping contests to Green Mountain (6-3) and Castleton (8-1). Neither contest was a conference match. The Badgers will travel to Norwich on Tuesday the 17 for its first of two matches against the Cadets.
Lyndon will not start the 2015 season until March 18, as the squad takes on Norwich at 4:00 p.m. The Hornets will then travel to Green Mountain on March 21 for their first NAC contest of the season.
MCLA will kick of the 2015 spring season on Friday, March 27, as the Trailblazers host Anna Maria at 3:30 and then take on Castleton at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 28.
Thomas will compete at the Spring Tennis Fest in Hilton Head Island, S.C., as the Terriers start the 2015 season on March 16-20. Thomas will take on Endicott, McDaniel, Greenville, Asbury, and Saint Louis College of Pharmacy.