Men's Tennis featured some lineup changes going into Tuesday’s match with Marietta , and the result turned out favorable for the Crusaders. Capital improved to 3-1 in the conference with its 9-0 win over the Pioneers.
Capital Men's Tennis took care of business on the road in a midweek, nonconference matchup against Wittenberg, Tuesday evening. Capital defeated Wittenberg, 8-1, improving their overall record to 5-7 on the season.
The Crusaders took one win away from its doubleheader that wrapped up its mid-semester break trip. The Crusaders dropped a 9-0 decision to Ave Maria College (Fla.) before defeating Clark University (Mass.) by one point.
The Crusaders embarked on a week-long journey to Orlando, Fla. where it is playing five matches in four days. In the first leg of its stay in The Sunshine State, the Crusaders have hit a rough patch with three losses.
Capital is set to open its spring season this weekend at OWU. The Crusaders are ready to build off of its share of last year’s conference regular season championship, led by an eclectic cast of veteran returners and a few new faces.
The 2014-15 regular season co-champion Capital men’s tennis team will have a new leader to guide them forward. Former tennis pro, Ohio State Buckeye and local club director Marc Wurtzman has been selected to be the next head coach of the Crusaders.