PSC at 3-2-1 at Mid-Season

September 27th, 1998 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H. – With both schools having incomplete line-ups due to injuries, the women’s tennis teams from Plymouth State College and Endicott College finished with a 3-3 tie Sunday at the P. E. Center Courts.

The two teams played four singles matches, with each team winning twice, and two doubles encounters, again split between the two teams.

PSC registered singles victories from sophomore Betsy Wark (Westbrook, ME) and freshman Amy Fritz (Liverpool, NY). The winning doubles tandem for PSC was sophomores Liza Tallarita (Warwick, RI) and Jamie Hupper (Merrimack, NH). Hupper was selected the PSC Homecoming MVP.

The Panthers, now 3-2-1, play again Tuesday at St. Michael’s (3:30 p.m.).

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