Mowrer Cracks Region's Top-25

Mowrer Cracks Region's Top-25

YORK, PA - For the first time in the history of York’s men’s tennis program, the Spartans have a player ranked in the Atlantic South region’s top-25 by Tim Mowrer (Gordonville, Pa./Pequea Valley), the green and white’s top man in singles, achieved the #25 ranking after defeating Salisbury’s Brendan Kincaid 6-4, 6-4 back on April 2.

Mowrer finished his junior campaign posting a 16-4 individual mark, playing each of his 20 matches in the number one slot. He also teamed up with Joel Trimmer to garner the squad’s best doubles record at 13-4 for the season. An experienced player, Mowrer compiled a 13-4 record as York’s #1 singles player last year as only a sophomore. 

“We are all very proud of Tim,” Spartan head coach Mark Ludwig said. “He has not only been blessed with incredible athleticism but Tim is also a great worker both on and off the court. Tim had a great season and it is wonderful for him to achieve this honor.”

As a team, the Spartans put together another strong year as they are becoming one of the better squads in the region. Finishing 2008 with a mark of 15-5, including 4-2 in the Capital Athletic Conference, the Spartans swept eleven of their by a 9-0 score line. York is primed for a big 2009 as only three players are lost to graduation while majority of the line up, including Mowrer, returns.

Link to Atlantic South rankings

Tim Mowrer photo courtesy of Eric Linsley