By Jambar Sports Staff
Youngstown State University freshmen tennis players Clement Mainguy and Nathan Favier won four matches to earn the doubles main draw title at the Cleveland State University Viking Invitational. Favier and Mainguy beat Cleveland State’s Maxime Mareschal-Hay and Kade Mindry by a score of 6-2 to earn them the championship title.
Junior Laurentiu Mandocescu made it to quarterfinals after winning two matches in singles play. Both Mandosecsu and junior Javi Pla won two matches of singles for the team.
This was the final tournament for the Penguins’ fall season
Youngstown State’s men’s golf team tied for third Oct. 24 in the Towson Fall Invitational in Grasonville, Maryland.
Youngstown State finished the tournament with a total of 873 to tie for third with Robert Morris University. The team was led by seniors Ken Keller and Kevin Scherr, and each carded a score of 217 to tie for sixth place.
Junior Cole Christman tied for 11th with a score of 219, senior Bryan Kordupel finished with a 220 to tie for 13th, sophomore Cade Kreps played as an individual and tied for 24th with a score of 226 and junior Brain Terlesky finished 43rd with a score of 237.