The Emory University Women's Tennis Team wrapped up its successful fall 2013 campaign on Sunday afternoon at the Georgia Southern Fall Invitational in Statesboro, Georgia.
"I'm really proud of the way our team played this fall," said Emory Head Coach Amy Bryant. "Our team dynamic is very positive and everyone has a strong work ethic. We have depth in both doubles and singles that is pushing everyone to improve. We are all excited to continue working hard together in the spring!"
Emory freshman Katarina Su, won her singles flight, defeating Florida Atlantic's Lyndsey Boos 7-5, 6-1 in the final match of her draw.
Adding 3-0 records in singles play for Emory during the weekend were junior Danielle Truitt and freshman Bruna Correa. Five other Eagles – junior Catharine Harris, senior Brenna Kelly, freshman Michelle Satterfield, freshman Melissa Goodman and junior Rebecca Siegler – each went 2-1 in singles matches during the weekend.
In doubles action, a pair of Emory duos reached the final matches of their respective draws. Sophomore Madison Gordon and Satterfield defeated competitiors from Kennesaw State, Western Carolina and Stetson before falling in the championship match to Barbora Krtickova and Aleksandra Filipovski of Armstrong Atlantic. Senior Gabrielle Clark and Goodman reached the championship match of their draw, defeating Division I opponents from Georgia Southern, Western Carolina before falling to Stetson's Lindsey Cable and Eveline Lepinay in the final match. Su and sophomore Stephanie Loutsenko added a 2-2 record in doubles play during the weekend.
With the 2013 fall campaign now behind them, the Eagles will resume their schedule in the Spring of 2014, opening their season with matches against Shorter College and Berry College on Thursday, February 20th.