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Singles and doubles play continued for the team
Two Nittany Lions advance on in the main draw in Virginia
Penn State stays strong at the ITA Atlantic Regionals
Nittany Lions open the Atlantic Regionals tournament with a handful of wins
Penn State men’s tennis hosted their final home match of the season this afternoon at the Indoor Tennis Center
2016-2017 (Sophomore): Zach began his sophomore season strong by winning his flight title in the Ivy Plus Invitational, finishing the tournament undefeated. At the Big Ten Indoor Championships, Zach went 3-1 in singles competition and won his consolation flight. His success continued into the spring season where he won five out of his six singles matches. In doubles, Zach defeated NJIT with partner Christian Lutschaunig and defeating Temple with pair Matt Galush. He finished his doubles spring season 2-2.
2015-2016 (Freshman): Zach Lieb had a winning 6-5 record in doubles this season. He began the fall tournament circuit with three straight wins with partner Tomas Hanzlik. Lieb continued in to the fall with a win against No. 50 Purdue partnered with Roman Trkulja. Lieb also had a winning record in singles, finishing the season 5-4 overall. During the fall, Lieb made it to the round of 16 at the Ivy Plus Invitational where he defeated No. 52 Princeton.
Junior Career: Lieb was a four-time All DelCo player during his time at The Haverford School. During his senior year, Lieb went First Team All-American for first singles while also being the caption of his team. Him and his twin brother went on to win two National Doubles Championships. Lieb was ranked in the Top 40 High School players in the nation while at The Haverford School. He won the New England/Mid-Atlantic Championships and the Philadelphia Cup Championships 2012, 2013, and 2015. Lieb was awarded the Coaches Inter-Ac Sportsmanship Award for his leadership and sportsmanship by all the coaches in the league. His overall record coming into Penn State was 94-1-1.