No. 27 Penn State opened Big Ten play with a 7-0 win over Michigan State on Saturday, and followed with an idential 7-0 sweep of Temple later that afternoon.
“It is always good to get your first Big Ten win,” said head coach Jeff Zinn, according to a release from Penn State athletics. “Michigan State played extremely well. We came out on fire in doubles and never let up.
Against Temple, after a doubles sweep Leonard Stakhovsky clinched the match for the Nittany Lions with his first singles win.