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2010 NCAC Men's Tennis Players of the Week

April 26

Brad Maisey, Earlham
(Mount Mauganui, New Zealand/Tauranga Boys)

Earlham freshman Brad Maisey went 2-0 in singles play and 2-0 in doubles last week. He is 12-3 overall at first and second singles, combined.


April 19

Jeremy Polster, Kenyon
(Shaker Hts., OH/Shaker Hts.)

Kenyon junior Jeremy Polster won all four of his singles matches, playing at No. 2 singles, and did not yield a set in the process. He also won all four of his doubles matches with four different partners, and covered all three doubles slots.


April 12

Matt Hoch, Wooster
(Moon Twp., PA/Sewickley Academy)

Wooster sophomore Matt Hoch went 2-1 at first singles, and was 2-0 at No. 1 doubles in the Fighting Scots’ 2-2 week.


April 5

Matt McErlean, Denison
(Hudson, OH/Hudson

Denison sophomore Matt McErlean improved to 12-0 in dual matches, including an 11-0 mark at No. 2 singles. Last week against Wabash, he won, 6-2, 6-3, at No. 2 singles and took an 8-5 decision at first doubles.


March 29

Jeremy Polster, Kenyon
(Shaker Hts., OH/Shaker Hts.)

Kenyon junior Jeremy Polster posted victories at second singles and third doubles. He led the Lords to a win over 29th-ranked Bates, 5-4.


March 22

Lewis Towne, Wabash
(Danville, IL/Danville)

Wabash sophomore Lewis Towne went 3-0 in doubles play and scored a pair of straight-set wins at number-six singles. He finished the week with a 5-0 record. The Little Giants defeated Rose-Hulman, 6-3, Lake Forest, 6-3, and MAnchester, 9-0.


March 15

Michael Greenberg, Kenyon
(Chapel Hill, NC/East Chapel Hill)

Kenyon senior Michael Greenberg pulled off an upset at first singles. He topped Washington-St. Louis' John Watts, 7-6, 4-6, 6-1. Watts is the top-ranked singles player in NCAA Division III. The Lords fell to the Bears, 5-4.