The Youngstown State men's tennis team plays host to Cleveland State on Saturday at the Boardman Tennis Center. The match, which is set for a 3 p.m. start, is the final home contest for the Penguins for the season.
The Penguins enter the match with a 15-7 overall record and are 3-2 in the Horizon League. The Vikings are 8-13 and 2-3. At the Boardman Tennis Center this season the Guins are 7-3.
The contest is the final home dual for Penguin senior Mitch Maroscher. Maroscher is 18-10 this year for the Guins while posting a dual record of 14-5. Marsosher, a native of nearby Salem, Ohio, attended Scottsdale Community College and Grand Canyon University before joining the YSU program this past fall as a graduate transfer.
YSU has tied the school record for dual wins in a season with 15 and has three matches left in the regular season.
The Penguins lost a 4-0 decision to the Vikings at last year's Horizon League Championship in the last contest between the schools. YSU has won the last two regular-season dual matches by 4-3 scores against CSU.