Brothers Courtland and Tanner Boyle along with their Trinity College Men's Tennis teammates return to the courts this weekend for its first competition of the 2018 spring season after playing in a trio of tournaments in the fall.
Trinity will open the spring slate on Sunday, March 11th against New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) rival Bowdoin in the first of four matches in California.
Under Head Coach Lori Shulman in his 3rd season, Trinity were 5-9 a year ago and finished their conference schedule 1-6, but bring back the talent and experience to make a run at the post-season.
Trinity must replace five seniors who were lost to graduation, but return a crop of talent led by senior co-captains Rex Glickman and Kyle Scheffers. Scheffers led the squad last year in Singles wins and Singles winning percentage with an 8-4 record. Glickman returns as a starter in both Singles and Doubles, having compiled a 14-14 singles record and a 21-17 mark in Doubles. Junior Chris Caskin has played his way into the middle of the Singles lineup, while classmate Alexander Fallone will also be in the mix. Sophomore Courtland Boyle should team with Glickman for a formidable No. 1 Doubles tandem. The first-year class will have an immediate impact, as Chris Bilicic, Tanner Boyle, Scott Danforth and Granville Kaynor could all crack the starting lineup.