W. Md. Green Terrors

Spring 1991 Carrroll County Tennis Outlook

March 20, 1991

COACHES: MEN — Alex Ober, 10th year. WOMEN -- Joan Weyers, 21st year

Assistant coach: Kathy Little

Last year's record: MEN -- 3-8 overall, 0-5 and last in the Middle Atlantic Conference Southwest Section. WOMEN -- 3-6 overall, 0-3 and last in the MAC Southwest

Top returnees: MEN -- Senior, Paul Timmons; juniors, Doug Rahail, Chris Conklin; sophomores, Burr Burker, Scott Aquilla, Jamie Sulzman. WOMEN --Seniors, Erika Berenguer-Gil, Lisa Allwine; sophomore, Katie Keller

Top newcomers: MEN -- Sophomores, Adam Scott, Chris Radgowski

Coaches comments: MEN -- "Our goalis to give the kids an opportunity to improve as players and to playintercollegiate tennis." WOMEN -- "We lost no seniors, and the new players are looking nice. We must play with consistency this season."

The Carroll County Sun's outlook: MEN -- The Green Terrors simply are looking to be competitive this year in the tough MAC Southwest Section. Coach Ober noted the key to any tennis program is the top three positions, and he believes his top trio will be solid. It appears the Green Terrors again will struggle to stay out of the basement of the conference, their best shot will be against Moravian. WOMEN -- Weyers is emphasizing consistency with the idea of breaking .500 this season. She is pleased with her squad's new-found depth, having lost noseniors. The Green Terrors will look to Keller, a sophomore, to leadthem at the No. 1 singles spot while Berenguer-Gil will provide the necessary senior leadership. Look for the Green Terrors to gain respect this year, but still be a step behind the front runners in the conference.

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