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Men's Tennis Closes Fall Season at CofC PDF Print
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Monday, 05 November 2012 08:22

Appalachian State University men's tennis wrapped up the final day of the College of Charleston Invitational and its fall schedule, as the Mountaineers captured a singles and a doubles victory on

Sunday at Patriots Point. Senior Andrew McKinnon tallied the lone singles win for the Apps, as Steve Lake and Tyler Pyle claimed the only doubles victory on the day.
With the fall season coming to a close, App State shifts its focus to the spring when it begins play on Saturday, Jan. 19 at South Carolina. The Mountaineers' first home match is slated for Saturday, Jan. 26 against Presbyterian College.




Flight 1
King lost to Jackson Keith (WC) 3-6, 6-4 (10-6)

Flight 2
Bost lost to Rob Galloway (WC) 2-6, 6-1, (10-6)

Flight 3
McKinnon def. Graham Duncan (WC) 6-2, 2-6, (10-8)

Flight 4
Jenkins lost to Walker Heffron (WC) 6-4, 6-3

Flight 5
Lake lost to Sklar (WC) 6-2, 6-1

Flight 6
Pyle lost to Joey Francis (WC) 6-1, 6-1

Flight 1
Bost/King lost to Keith/Galloway (WC) 8-6

Flight 2
McKinnon/Jenkins lost to Ducan/Heffron (WC) 8-5

Flight 3
Lake/Pyle def. Wood/Sklar (WC) 8-3


Men's Golf Tabs Eighth at Final Fall Tournament


Appalachian State University men's golf concluded the Hummingbird Intercollegiate this afternoon with an eighth place finish. Casey Komline led the Mountaineers as he shot a 73-71=142 (+2) in the two round event tying for eighth overall, while Josh Nichols and Daniel Walsh both tied for 29th overall. Nichols carded a 74-75=149 (+7) and Walsh scored a 73-76=149 (+7) through two rounds of golf.
Jay Brown capped off the afternoon with a fourth place finish for App State and tied for 56th overall shooting a 80-75=155 (+13) and Drew Harris rounded out the scoring shooting a 86-79=165 (+23). Appalachian State finished eighth overall with a597 (+29) for the tournament, while Samford took home the first place finish with a 570 (+2) which ties for the ninth best score in tournament history.
The Hummingbird Intercollegiate concludes the Apps 2012 fall schedule. Appalachian State will start up its spring season on Monday, Feb. 25 when they travel to Kannapolis, N.C. for the Pfeiffer Intercollegiate.




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