The Mount St. Mary's Men's Tennis Team Travels To Navy For Gold Invitational This Weekend

The Mount St. Mary's Men's Tennis Team Travels To Navy For Gold Invitational This Weekend

NAVY GOLD INVITATIONAL
Annapolis, Md. | Brigade Sports Complex
October 27-29

TEAMS COMPETING
Mount St. Mary's, Navy, Princeton, Saint Peter's, Loyola, Longwood, and Binghamton

Brackets

Schedule
Friday (2 p.m. start: 1 round of singles, then 2 rounds of doubles)
Saturday (9 a.m. start: 2 doubles then 2 singles)
Sunday (8 a.m. start: 1 doubles then 1 singles)

SETTING THE SCENE
The Mount St. Mary's University men's tennis team is set for the three-day Navy Gold Invitational spanning October 27 - 29 in Annapolis. The first day of competition begins at 2 p.m. on Friday, followed by a 9 a.m. start on Saturday and an 8 a.m. start on Sunday.

ABOUT THE MOUNT
Four Mountaineers represented the Mount in the ITA Atlantic Regional tournament last weekend. Parth Sharma and Jean Armstrong were in the qualifying draw and the main doubles draw. Brandon Wortkotter and Jackson Wood were in the main singles and doubles draw. Sharma won his first qualifying match but fell in the second and Wortkotter topped St. Joseph's Schaeffer in the consolation side of the singles draw. The whole Mount St. Mary's men's team is coming off of a strong Mount Invitational three weeks ago. Wortkotter claimed first place in flight A and Wood claimed second place in flight A. Sharma took home third place in flight B and Zachary Burau walked away with fourth place in flight B. Armstrong recorded third place in flight C. Chris Lindsey and Even Hine claimed second and third place in flight D while Sean McNulty took home fourth place in flight D as well.

MEN'S LEADERS
Singles victories: Brandon Wortkotter (9), Jackson Wood (7), Parth Sharma (6)
Doubles victories: Jackson Wood (9), Zachary Burau (7), Jean Armstrong (5)
Duo victories: Armstrong/Wood (3), Burau/Wood (3), Wood/Wortkotter (3)

NEXT UP
The Mount men return from winter break and will travel to George Mason on Sunday, January 28.