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Stakhovsky, Trkulja earn singles wins, but Penn State eliminated from tournament
Nittany Lions are sixth seed in the tournament; Face Wolverines on Thursday
Nittany Lions earn fifth Big Ten win; begin conference tournament on Thursday
Nittany Lions win the doubles point, bottom three singles matches; Visit No. 66 Iowa on Sunday.
Nittany Lions look to improve conference seed before Big Ten Tournament
1/26/14 Men's Tennis vs. St. Johns
2013-14 (Junior): Reilly went 3-4 in singles and 17-4 in doubles this spring... Went 8-4 in singles and won four doubles matches in the fall, while competing at the ITA All- American Championships, Wake Forest Invite, ITA Atlantic Regional and William & Mary Invitational... He combined in doubles with Russell Bader, Roman Trkulja and Chris Young... Bader and Reilly earned an 8-5 win against Lehigh, while Reilly and Trkulja went 1-2, with a win to clinch the doubles point against William & Mary... Reilly and Young went 15-2 with a 3-0 record against ranked opponents and a 12-match win streak to start the spring. They were ranked 54th in the ITA Poll from March 25 to April 8... Their 12- match win streak included ranked wins against No. 47 South Florida's Oliver Pramming and Ignacio Gonzalez-Muniz, ranked 69th, and No. 44 Michigan's Shaun Bernstein and Kevin Wong, ranked 52nd... The streak also included wins against Cleveland State, Bucknell, No. 33 VCU, Penn, No. 1 Ohio State, No. 50 Princeton, Southern Miss, No. 28 Northwestern, No. 70 Wisconsin and No. 51 Minnesota... After Reilly and Young broke their streak with losses at No. 36 Purdue and No. 69 Indiana, they bounced back with victories against No. 63 Nebraska, No. 43 Michigan and No. 4 Virginia... The duo's 8-5 win against Virginia's #61 Alex Domijan and Harrison Richmond clinched the doubles point for Penn State in their NCAA Second Round match... Reilly and Young clinched the doubles point six times this spring for Penn State.
Before Penn State: Reilly comes to Penn State after transferring from UNC Wilmington. In 2012-13, Reilly was 2-1 in singles and 5-4 in doubles, finishing the year in the ITA Doubles Poll. As a freshman, Reilly went 4-4 in singles and 12-9 in doubles. While in high school, Reilly was rated the 97th-best recruit in the nation and given a four-star rating by Tennisrecruiting.net. As a prep player, Reilly won two national open titles and attended Smith Sterns Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, S.C. Reilly played his senior year at Cardinal Gibbons High School, leading them to a state title and was runner-up in the NCHSAA singles draw.
Nittany Lion Career Record