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October 11, 2016 Bridget Harding and Katarina Su Set for ITA Oracle Cup Emory University senior Katarina Su and junior Bridget Harding will represent the Women’s Tennis team this weekend at the 2016 ITA Oracle Cup which will be held at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Club in Surprise, Arizona from Thursday, October 13th through Sunday, October 16th.
October 10, 2016 Daniela Lopez Named UAA Athlete of the Week Sophomore Daniela Lopez of the Emory University Women’s Tennis team was named the University Athletic Association Athlete of the Week as announced by the Association on Monday afternoon. This is Lopez’s first UAA weekly honor of her career and the fourth honor earned by an Eagle this season.
October 9, 2016 Eagles Close Out Weekend at Mercer Gridiron Classic The Emory University Women’s Tennis team closed out the weekend at the Mercer Gridiron Classic racking up seven singles victories and three wins in doubles action on Sunday afternoon at the LeRoy Peddy Tennis Center on the campus of Mercer University.
October 8, 2016 Women's Tennis Continues Play at Mercer Gridiron Classic The Emory University Women’s Tennis team continued action at the Mercer Gridiron Classic on Saturday afternoon with a pair of doubles team reaching the finals in the A doubles draw and five Eagles advancing to the semifinals in their respective singles flight.
October 7, 2016 Women's Tennis Opens Play at Mercer Gridiron Classic The Emory University Women’s Tennis team began play at the Mercer Gridiron Classic going a combined 4-1 in doubles action on Friday afternoon. The start of singles play which was scheduled for Friday was pushed back to Saturday due to inclement weather earlier in the day.
September 27, 2016 Bridget Harding & Katarina Su Collect UAA Weekly Honors Emory University Women’s Tennis players junior Bridget Harding and senior Katarina Su were named the University Athletic Association Athletes of the Week on Monday afternoon for their performances at the ITA Fall South Regional Championships presented by Oracle this past weekend.
Recent Results
May 25
Women's Tennis Final
vs. Williams
W, 5-4
@ Kalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo College)
NCAA DIII Championships - Championship Match
May 24
Women's Tennis Final
vs. Middlebury
W, 5-1
@ Stowe Stadium - Kalamazoo, Mich.
NCAA DIII Championships - Semifinals
May 23
Women's Tennis Final
vs. Washington (Mo.)
W, 5-0
@ Kalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo College)
NCAA DIII Championships - Quarterfinals
May 15
Women's Tennis Final
at Wash. & Lee
W, 5-0
NCAA DIII Championships - Third Round
May 14
Women's Tennis Final
vs. Methodist
W, 5-0
@ Lexington, VA (Washington & Lee)
NCAA DIII Championships - Second Round
Schedule
Feb 15
Women's Tennis 4:00 PM
at Georgia Gwinnett
Feb 21
Women's Tennis 3:00 PM
Brenau
Feb 26
Women's Tennis 12:00 PM
at Columbus St.
Mar 03
Women's Tennis TBA
vs. ITA National Team Indoor Championships
@ Murfreesboro, TN
Mar 04
Women's Tennis TBA
vs. ITA National Team Indoor Championships
@ Murfreesboro, TN
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis Junior Bridget Harding became just the third Eagle in Emory women's tennis history to capture both the singles and doubles ITA Championships in the same season. She advanced to the Oracle Cup semifinals in the singles draw and reached the Oracle Cup Doubles National Championship with teammate Katarina Su, becoming the first Emory doubles pairing to accomplish that feat. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Senior Katarina Su along with teammate Bridget Harding became the first doubles team in Emory women's tennis program history to advance to the ITA Doubles National Championship after capturing the ITA Division III title earlier in the week. The tandem finished the weekend with a 3-1 record, falling to reigning ITA Doubles Champs from Division II's Lynn University. Read More
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Daniela LopezWomen's Tennis Sophomore Daniela Lopez advanced to the finals of the B draw at the Mercer Gridiron Classic, finishing 3-1 in singles matches against Division I opponents. Lopez added a 3-0 mark, all against DI opponents, in doubles play teaming with senior Michelle Satterfield, reaching to the finals in the top draw. Read More
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis For the second straight year, Harding along with Katarina Su won the ITA Fall South Regional Doubles Championship, defeating teammates Michelle Satterfield and Daniela Lopez in the finals. In the main singles draw, Harding captured her first ever ITA Fall South Regional title, defeating Satterfield in the finals in straight sets. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis For the second straight year, Su along with Bridget Harding won the ITA Fall South Regional Doubles Championship, defeating teammates Michelle Satterfield and Daniela Lopez in the finals. In the main singles draw, Su reached the semifinals but fell to eventual champ Harding in straight sets. Read More
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis Junior Bridget Harding won the top flight at the Elon Fall Invitational, going 4-0 against Division I opponents. She advanced to the finals with three straight two-set victories before knocking off Elon's Suzanne Zenoni in the finals, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5. Harding added a third-place finish in the top flight of the doubles competition with partner senior Katarina Su. The duo went 2-1 against Division I opponents including an 8-5 victory over Elon's Zenoni/Alex Koniaev in the third-place match. Read More
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Michelle SatterfieldWomen's Tennis Junior Michelle Satterfield went 3-0 at the No.2 singles position and 3-0 with teammate Paula Castro at No.3 doubles, helping the Emory Eagles to their seventh national championship in program history. Satterfield earned the match point in both the semifinals match vs. Middlebury (6-1, 6-1) and the title match against Williams (6-2, 6-3). In the NCAA Individual championships, Satterfield was upended in the Round of 32, 7-6 (6), 6-3. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Junior Katarina Su went 2-0 in singles matches and 2-0 in doubles matches this past weekend as Emory advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Su won the clinching point, a 6-3, 6-0 decision at fourth singles in the second round against Methodist and won 6-0, 6-0 at sixth singles in the Eagles victory over Washington & Lee in the third round. In doubles action, Su and partner Bridget Harding won both second doubles matches by a score of 8-1 and 8-0. Read More
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Madison GordonWomen's Tennis Senior Madison Gordon went 3-0 in singles play this weekend for the Eagles against three nationally ranked opponents. Gordon won the no.6 singles match against #7 Middlebury 6-2, 6-0 and won the no.5 singles match against #26 Skidmore, 6-0, 6-0, and #6 Bowdoin 6-3, 6-1. The senior has now won an impressive 15 consecutive singles matches to improve to 21-2 overall on the season including a perfect 15-0 in dual matches. Read More
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Madison GordonWomen's Tennis Senior Madison Gordon went 2-0 at the no.6 singles this past week against Division I opponents. She defeated Chanel Bell of Charleston Southern in three sets, 3-6, 6-1, 6-3, before taking down Brooke Campbell of Coastal Carolina in straight sets 6-3, 6-0. She has now won a team-leading 11 straight singles matches and is 17-2 on the season. Read More
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Taylor CosmeWomen's Tennis Freshman Taylor Cosme's 6-1, 7-6 (2) win for the no.3 singles point clinched the match for the Eagles over #1 Williams College on Wednesday. Cosme is now a team-best 22-3 in singles matches this season and has won a team-best 10 straight matches. Read More
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Anna FuhrWomen's Tennis Sophomore Anna Fuhr helped Emory to three wins over top-25 teams this past week as the Eagles improved to 16-2 on the season. Fuhr was a perfect 3-0 on the no.1 doubles court with partner freshman Daniela Lopez as the team defeated DePauw 8-5, Trinity (TX) 8-6 and CMS 8-0, Fuhr also was victorious for the no.4 singles point against DePauw, winning 6-1, 6-0. Read More
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Paula CastroWomen's Tennis Junior Paula Castro went 2-0 in singles play, winning both no.5 singles vs Oglethorpe and Centre 6-0, 6-0. She also went a perfect 4-0 mark at the no.2 doubles position with partners Michelle Satterfield and Bridget Harding against Centre, Oglethorpe, Agnes Scott and Millsaps. Castro/Satterfield were 3-0 with wins against Oglethorpe (8-1), Centre (8-0) and ASC (8-0). Castro/Harding won vs. Millsaps by an 8-2 score. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Junior Katarina Su went 2-0 in singles play against Division I Montana State and Northern Arizona on Saturday. Against MSU, Su won at the no.3 position 6-2, 6-2 and versus NAU, Su picked up the no.6 singles point 6-1, 6-3. She also competed at no.3 doubles against Northern Arizona with freshman Daniela Lopez and was tied 4-4 before the match went unfinished. Read More
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis Playing against eighth-ranked Division II Columbus State and Division I Appalachian State, sophomore Bridget Harding went 2-0 at the no.1 singles position, winning 6-3, 6-3 vs CSU and 6-1, 6-2 against ASU. Harding, along with doubles partner Anna Fuhr, tallied wins in both matches at the no.1 doubles position winning 8-1 against CSU's 11th-ranked doubles team and 6-3 against Appalachian State. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Senior Beatrice Rosen went 2-0 in singles competition for the Eagles, winning no.4 singles against NAIA's #2 Georgia Gwinnett (6-4, 6-2) and no.1 singles against Berry College (6-1, 6-0). Rosen added a win with doubles partner Melissa Goodman for the no.2 doubles point vs. Berry (8-2). Read More
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Daniela LopezWomen's Tennis Freshman Daniela Lopez earned Emory's lone point against Division I East Tennessee State on Sunday, winning the no. 6 singles point 8-7 (7-5). Lopez also played in the no. 3 doubles match vs ETSU and was tied 4-4 before the match went unfinished. On Saturday, Lopez and doubles partner Anna Fuhr won the no. 3 doubles match against WashU to helped the Eagles secure an 6-3 victory. Read More
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis Bridget and doubles partner Katarina Su reached the Finals of the Division III competition at ITA National Small College Championships held in Sumter, SC. Harding and Su knocked off the #2 and #3 seeded doubles team en route to the championship match. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Katarina and doubles partner Bridget Harding reached the Finals of the Division III competition at ITA National Small College Championships held in Sumter, SC. Su and Harding knocked off the #2 and #3 seeded doubles team en route to the championship match. Read More
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Taylor CosmeWomen's Tennis Taylor went 6-0 in singles action over the weekend to capture the USTA/ITA South Regional Singles Championship. On her way to the title, she defeated four of the top-8 seeds (#1,4, 5,6) in four straight matches. She only dropped 12 games through the first 5 rounds before the finals. In doubles, she reached the quarterfinals with partner Stephanie Loutsenko before falling to the top seed. Read More
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Paula CastroWomen's Tennis Castro led the Eagles at the Elon Invitational over the weekend. She was a perfect 4-0 in singles matches playing against Division I opponents and reached the main draw final in her flight. She was also 4-0 in doubles, playing with Daniella Moreno-Kaste. Read More
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Bridget Harding was 2-0 in both singles and doubles matches last weekend, helping to lead the second-ranked Eagles to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Championships. Harding played in the fourth singles match and second doubles match with partner Katarina Su in each of the two contests during the weekend. After receiving a first-round bye, Harding did not drop a game on Friday in a 5-0 Eagles’ win over Webster University, winning 8-0 in doubles and 6-0, 6-0 in her singles match. She also claimed two key wins in Emory’s 5-2 win over the 12th-ranked Sewanee, winning 8-2 in doubles action and 6-1, 6-1 in the singles match. Harding has won nine-straight singles matches and is a team-best 24-4 this season, while going 18-7 in doubles play, including a 9-0 record with Su. The Eagles, now 18-3 on the season, will advance to the NCAA quarterfinals for the eighth-straight season and the 25th time overall. Read More
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Melissa GoodmanWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Melissa Goodman was undefeated in three third-singles matches and a pair of doubles contests, helping lead the second-ranked Eagles to their 26th University Athletic Association Championship. During Thursday’s 9-0 quarterfinal victory over New York University, Goodman picked up a 6-0, 6-3 win against Laila El Dessouki. She earned a pair of wins in the team’s 9-0 victory over the 15th-ranked University of Chicago on Friday, guiding the Eagles to the conference championship match with at 8-1 win at third doubles with Rebecca Seigler over Sruthi Ramaswami and Lucy Tang, and a 6-1, 6-0 singles with over Jasmine Lee. Goodman capped off her weekend with a 9-8 (4) win over Nicholle Torres and Brooke Tsu at third doubles, and a 6-3, 6-4 singles win over Torres, as Emory defeated seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon University 7-2 on Saturday. She improved to 14-4 overall in singles play this year (including a 6-0 mark as Emory’s no. 3 singles player) and to 17-5 in doubles action. Goodman and the Eagles will head into the NCAA Division III Championships with a 16-3 overall record. Read More
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Anna FuhrWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Anna Fuhr helped lead the second-ranked Eagles to an 8-1 win over sixth-ranked Johns Hopkins University at the Woodruff Physical Education Center on Saturday. Fuhr and doubles partner Michelle Satterfield, ranked sixth in the Atlantic South Region, upset the region’s fourth-ranked pairing of Ashnaa Rao and Shannon Herndon with an 8-2 victory in the first doubles match. She improved to 15-13 overall in doubles matches this season, including a 2-3 mark with Satterfield in first-doubles action. Fuhr and the Eagles won their 22nd-consecutive home match, and improved to 13-3 overall this season. Read More
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Michelle SatterfieldWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Michelle Satterfield won both her singles and doubles matches during the top-ranked Eagles 8-1 win over the 12th-ranked University of the South on Thursday. Satterfield teamed with freshman Anna Fuhr to win 8-4 in the first doubles match over Lindsey Liles and Bronte Goodhue, the top-ranked doubles pairing in the Atlantic South Region. She followed that with a straight-set win in the second doubles match, 6-2, 7-5 over Liles, ranked fifth in singles in the Atlantic South. Satterfield, who is the seventh in singles play in the region this year, improved to 9-6 in singles matches and to 10-9 in doubles play with the wins. The Eagles raised their season ledger to 12-3 with Thursday’s victory. Read More
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Bridget HardingWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Bridget Harding went undefeated for the top-ranked Eagles in both singles and doubles play, while facing three nationally-ranked teams at the Fab 5 Tournament in Lexington, Virginia last week. The Eagles opened the week with a 7-2 win over 10th-ranked Washington & Lee University, with Harding teaming with Katarina Su to earn an 8-2 win at third doubles, and later claiming a 6-3, 6-0 win at fifth singles. On Saturday, in a 6-3 loss to third-ranked Williams College, she accounted for two of the Eagles’ points with an 8-4 win at third doubles and a 6-2, 7-6 (3) victory at fifth singles. Harding and the Eagles bounced back to win 8-1 over 14th-ranked DePauw University on Sunday, with the freshman claiming an 8-6 win at second doubles and a 6-0, 6-1 win at fourth singles. With the perfect weekend, Harding improved to a team-best 18-4 in singles matches this season, and to 12-7 in doubles contests. The Eagles are 11-3 in 2015. Read More
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Melissa GoodmanWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Melissa Goodman was a perfect 4-0 in both singles and doubles matches during a West Coast trip last week for the second-ranked Eagles. Each of Goodman’s matches, played at fourth singles and second doubles with junior Beatrice Rosen, came against nationally-ranked opponents. In a 7-2 win against eighth-ranked Pomona-Pitzer Colleges on Monday, she won her doubles match 8-3 and her singles contest 7-5, 6-1. On Wednesday against Azusa Pacific University, ranked 17th in Division II, she pulled out victories of 8-6 in doubles and 6-2, 6-1 in singles, helping Emory to another 7-2 win. Goodman added a 6-0, 6-3 singles win and an 8-3 doubles triumph on Thursday in a 6-3 team victory over sixth-ranked Bowdoin College. She capped off her week by leading Emory to a 5-4 win at fifth-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges with wins of 8-5 in doubles and 6-3, 6-3 in singles. Goodman is now 7-3 in singles matches and 12-3 in doubles contests this season, helping Emory improve to 9-2 overall. Read More
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Melissa GoodmanWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Melissa Goodman was undefeated in a pair of singles matches and went 1-1 in doubles contests for the top-ranked Eagles last week. On Thursday, Goodman helped lead the Eagles to an 8-1 win over Georgia Gwinnett College, the reigning NAIA Champions and top-ranked team, with a 6-4, 6-0 win at fourth singles and an 8-2 win with Beatrice Rosen at second doubles. On Saturday, in a 5-2 Emory loss to Division I Charleston Southern University, she picked up one of the Eagles’ two wins with a victory at fourth singles, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, while falling 8-5 with Rosen in the second doubles match. Goodman is now 3-3 this season in singles matches and 8-3 in doubles action, as the Eagles have opened the campaign with a 5-2 overall record. Read More
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Michelle SatterfieldWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Michelle Satterfield led the top-ranked Eagles to three wins on Sunday afternoon. With the three victories, Emory improved its record to 4-1 this season. Satterfield, ranked 20th in singles play in the Atlantic South Region, started her day with a three-set win over Millsaps’ Deena Li Kam Wa (ranked 10th in the region) in the first singles match, 6-3, 4-6, 10-8, helping the Eagles to an 8-1 win. In the team’s second match of the day, a 9-0 win against Agnes Scott College, she earned an 8-0 victory at first doubles with partner Bridget Harding. In the final match of the day, a 9-0 Emory win over Oglethorpe University, she teamed with Harding again to win 8-1 at first doubles, and claimed a 6-1, 6-0 win at first singles. After going undefeated during the weekend, Satterfield improved to 3-2 in singles matches and to 6-3 in doubles contests this year. Her efforts have helped Emory open the year with a 4-1 record. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Beatrice Rosen won both of her matches during the top-ranked Eagles 8-1 win over Brenau University on Saturday. Rosen claimed a 6-7, 6-4, 13-11 win over Fatyha Berjane in the first singles match. In doubles action, she teamed with Melissa Goodman to win the second match by an 8-2 score. Rosen and the Eagles improved to 1-1 on the season with the win. Read More
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Danielle TruittWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Danielle Truitt won the singles ‘C’ draw at the Grizzly Open in Lawrenceville, Georgia last weekend. Truitt won all five of her singles matches in straight sets during the weekend, including four against Division II opponents and one against a Division I player. She clinched the tournament win with a perfect 6-0, 6-0 victory over Sandra Flores of West Alabama. In the second round of the draw, she earned a 6-1, 6-4 win against Pilar Ferrando of Division I Alabama State. Truitt finished her fall season with a 6-1 record in singles matches. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Beatrice Rosen finished third in the Division III singles draw at the 2014 USTA/ ITA Small College National Championships last weekend. Rosen, who entered the tournament as the fourth-seeded player, won her opening match of the tournament, 2-6, 7-6 (1), 6-1 over Rebecca Ho of Washington University (Mo.). After falling to eventual draw champion Ashnaa Rao of Johns Hopkins University, 6-4, 6-2 in the semifinals, she bounced back with a 6-2, 6-3 victory over Kate Christensen of Vassar College in the third-place match. With the 2-1 record during the tournament, Rosen improved to 8-2 in doubles play in the fall season. Read More
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Melissa GoodmanWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Beatrice Rosen and sophomore Melissa Goodman teamed up to win the main doubles draw at the Georgia Southern Invite last weekend. Facing Division I and NAIA competition, Rosen and Goodman were 4-0 in doubles matches, including an 8-6 win over Georgia Southern’s Dario Vasekina and Anne Kurzweil to win the draw. The duo also picked up an 8-3 win over Georgia Southern’s Giulia Riepe and Mary Phillips Smith, an 8-2 win over Presbyterian’s Caroline DeLoach and Sarah McBride, and an 8-3 win over Presbyterian’s Greer Ransom and Demi Henschel. Rosen added a third-place finish in the top singles draw, while Goodman finished seventh in the 1B singles draw. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Beatrice Rosen and sophomore Melissa Goodman teamed up to win the main doubles draw at the Georgia Southern Invite last weekend. Facing Division I and NAIA competition, Rosen and Goodman were 4-0 in doubles matches, including an 8-6 win over Georgia Southern’s Dario Vasekina and Anne Kurzweil to win the draw. The duo also picked up an 8-3 win over Georgia Southern’s Giulia Riepe and Mary Phillips Smith, an 8-2 win over Presbyterian’s Caroline DeLoach and Sarah McBride, and an 8-3 win over Presbyterian’s Greer Ransom and Demi Henschel. Rosen added a third-place finish in the top singles draw, while Goodman finished seventh in the 1B singles draw. Read More
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Anna FuhrWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Katarina Su and freshman Anna Fuhr won the doubles draw at the USTA/ ITA South Regional Championships in Atlanta, Georgia last weekend. The pair, seeded second in the field, finished the tournament with a 4-0 record, including an 8-5 win over teammates Beatrice Rosen and Michelle DeMeo in the championship match. In addition, Su reached the finals of the singles draw after entering the tournament as the fifth-ranked player in the field, while Fuhr advanced to the quarterfinals after being seeded seventh to begin play. Fuhr and Su will advance to the singles draw of the USTA/ ITA Small College Nationals in Palmetto, South Carolina from October 9th – 12th. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Beatrice Rosen won the singles draw of the USTA/ ITA South Regional Championships last weekend. Rosen, who entered the draw as the fourth-seeded player, finished singles play with a 5-0 record, including a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 win over fifth-seeded teammate Katarina Su in the championship match. She also claimed victories over two other seeded opponents during the weekend, defeating seventh-seeded teammate Anna Fuhr 6-4, 6-3 in the quarterfinals and eighth-seeded teammate Bridget Harding 6-4, 6-2 in the semifinals. It marked the 13th-consecutive year and 16th time overall that an Emory player has won the USTA/ ITA South Region Singles Championship. Rosen also reached the finals of doubles draw with teammate Michelle DeMeo, earning wins over a pair of ranked opponents along the way – an 8-3 victory over fourth-seeded Deena Kam Li Wa and Ashley Ford of Millsaps in the quarterfinals, and an 8-3 win over teammates and top-seeded Michelle Satterfield and Harding in the semifinals – and finishing the tournament with a 4-1 doubles record. Rosen will advance to the singles draw of the USTA/ ITA Small College Nationals in Palmetto, South Carolina from October 9th – 12th. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Katarina Su and freshman Anna Fuhr won the doubles draw at the USTA/ ITA South Regional Championships in Atlanta, Georgia last weekend. The pair, seeded second in the field, finished the tournament with a 4-0 record, including an 8-5 win over teammates Beatrice Rosen and Michelle DeMeo in the championship match. In addition, Su reached the finals of the singles draw after entering the tournament as the fifth-ranked player in the field, while Fuhr advanced to the quarterfinals after being seeded seventh to begin play. Fuhr and Su will advance to the singles draw of the USTA/ ITA Small College Nationals in Palmetto, South Carolina from October 9th – 12th. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Gabrielle Clark won the NCAA Singles Championship and led the Eagles to the program’s sixth National Championship during the 2014 NCAA Division III Championships in Claremont, California last week. Clark finished her week at the NCAA Championships with a perfect 8-0 record in singles matches, and a 4-2 record in doubles contests. Her 6-2, 6-1 win over Jordan Brewer of Amherst gave her the second NCAA Singles Championship of her career, becoming just the second player in the program’s history to accomplish the feat twice, and the fifth woman overall in NCAA Division III history. Clark also teamed with freshman Michelle Satterfield to reach the semifinals of the Doubles Championships. She ended her career with overall records of 108-21 in singles play and 111-34 in doubles action, and her 219 combined victories (singles and doubles) match Mary Ellen Gordon for the most in the program’s history. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Gabrielle Clark broke the program record for doubles wins and became just the second Eagle to reach 100 career singles victories, while helping to lead the Eagles to a pair of victories during the 2014 NCAA Division III Championships last weekend. During Emory’s 5-0 win over Berry in the second round of the NCAA Championships on Saturday, Clark teamed with freshman Michelle Satterfield to win the first doubles match by an 8-1 score, and led 6-1, 5-0 in the first singles match before play was stopped. The doubles win was the 106th of her career, pushing Clark past former Eagle Zahra Dawson for the most over a career in school history. On Sunday, she helped the Eagles to another 5-0 win, this time over 19th-ranked Washington and Lee University in the third round, defeating the Atlantic South Region’s fifth-ranked pairing 8-4 in first doubles, and earning a 6-0, 6-0 win over the region’s second-ranked singles player at no. 1 singles. The singles win was the 100th of her career, as Clark joined former Eagle Mary Ellen Gordon as the only two players in program history to break the century mark in singles wins. Clark improved to 16-4 this season in singles play and to 21-7 in doubles action. The Eagles, ranked first in Division III, set a program record with their 25th win of the season, and will advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the seventh-straight season. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Gabrielle Clark became just the second player in the program’s history to reach the 200-combined win mark, in addition to matching the program record for career doubles victories, while helping the second-ranked Eagles win the 2014 University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship, Clark finished the week (which included a non-conference match against Georgia Gwinnett College, the top-ranked team in the NAIA) with a 4-0 record in singles matches and a 3-1 mark in doubles play. She won each of her singles matches in straight sets, including wins over the nationally third-ranked player in the NAIA, and Division III players ranked first and sixth in their respective regions. She failed to surrender more than three games in a set to her opponents. In doubles action, she teamed with freshman Michelle Satterfield to go undefeated during the UAA Championships, including wins over doubles teams ranked first and fourth in their respective regions. Clark improved to 15-4 in singles matches and to 19-7 in doubles action this season. In addition, she is now tied for the program record with 105 career doubles wins, and is one victory shy of becoming the second player in the program’s history to reach 100 career singles wins. Clark and the Eagles finished their regular season with a 23-2 record. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Beatrice Rosen helped lead the second-ranked Eagles to a 9-0 victory at home over Brenau University on Tuesday with wins in both the third doubles and second singles matches. Rosen teamed with junior Rebecca Siegler in the third doubles contest to shutout Snezhana Kiseleva and Valeria Savina 8-0. She later defeated the 15th-ranked singles player in the NAIA, Maria Perdomo Medina, 6-1, 6-0 in the second singles match. Rosen, ranked 14th in the Atlantic South Region in singles play, improved to 14-8 in singles matches and to 9-8 in doubles action this season. Her performance has helped the Eagles to a 19-2 record this season. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Gabrielle Clark led the second-ranked Eagles to wins over three top-10 opponents, recording perfect 3-0 records in the first singles and doubles matches during the weekend. Clark opened the weekend with an 8-1 doubles win with partner Michelle Satterfield, and a 6-0, 6-3 win in singles over the sixth-ranked player in the Northeast Region, leading the Eagles to a 9-0 win over eighth-ranked Middlebury College on Friday. During Saturday’s 8-1 team win over fourth-ranked Amherst College, she became just the third player in school history with 100 career doubles wins, defeating the two-time National Champion and current top-ranked duo in the Northeast, Jordan Brewer and Gabby Devlin, 8-2, followed by a 6-1, 6-3 singles win over Brewer (ranked first in the Northeast). Clark wrapped up the weekend by registering two match victories during the Eagles’ 5-4 win over seventh-ranked Bowdoin College, winning 8-5 with Satterfield over the Northeast Region’s fourth-ranked duo, and 6-1, 7-6 (3) over the 10th-ranked singles player. She now stands at 10-4 in singles matches this season and at 15-6 in doubles action for the campaign. Clark has helped the Eagles win six-straight matches, including five-straight against Division III teams ranked 11th or higher, as the squad improved to 18-2 in 2014. Read More
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Michelle SatterfieldWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Michelle Satterfield helped the third-ranked Eagles upset top-ranked Johns Hopkins University, 7-2, with wins in both the first doubles and third singles matches. Playing in the first doubles match for the first time in her career, in addition to teaming with Gabrielle Clark for the first time, she claimed an 8-5 win over the Blue Jays’ Hailey Hogan and Sydney Lehman, the third-ranked duo in the Atlantic South Region. Satterfield, ranked seventh in the region in singles play, later registered the match-clinching victory for the Eagles with a 6-4, 6-3 win over 22nd-ranked Ashnaa Rao at third singles. The freshman became the first Eagle to reach the 20-win mark this season, improving to 20-6 overall in singles matches, while raising her doubles record to 18-6 for the campaign. Satterfield and the Eagles raised their season ledger to 15-2 with the win, including a perfect 9-0 mark against NCAA Division III opposition. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Gabrielle Clark led the third-ranked Eagles to a 7-2 win over 11th-ranked DePauw University with wins in both the first doubles and singles matches on Friday. Clark teamed with freshman Katarina Su to win the first doubles match 8-5 over Maggie MacPhail and Caroline Emhardt, the sixth-ranked pairing in the Central Region. She later won the first singles match by a 6-1, 6-1 score over Claire Marshall, ranked 20th in the Central Region. Clark, ranked first in singles and sixth in doubles in the Atlantic South Region, improved to 6-4 in singles play this season and to 11-6 in doubles action. With the win, Emory remained perfect against Division III opposition with an 8-0 record, improving to 14-2 overall. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Katarina Su went 2-0 in singles matches and won a first-doubles contest over the course of three matches against nationally-ranked NCAA Division II squads for the third-ranked Eagles last week. Playing sixth singles on Thursday against sixth-ranked Lynn University, Su won her match in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5, after falling 8-3 in the third doubles contest during a 6-3 Emory loss. In a 7-1 Eagles defeat at third-ranked Barry University on Friday, she was leading 3-1 in the second set of the fifth singles match after dropping the first set in a tiebreaker, 7-6 (3), before play was stopped. The freshman suffered a doubles loss in the third match, 8-2, earlier in the contest. Su bounced back on Saturday, helping Emory to a 6-3 win over 15th-ranked Nova Southeastern University. She stepped into the first doubles match, and teamed with Gabrielle Clark to claim and 8-3 win, and followed with a 6-2, 6-0 win in the fifth singles match. Su is now 16-1 in singles matches this season and 7-7 in doubles contests. Her performance has helped Emory go 13-2 in spring season matches. Read More
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Melissa GoodmanWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Melissa Goodman won her singles match and both of her doubles matches without surrendering a game last Tuesday, helping the third-ranked Eagles to a pair of shutout wins. During a 9-0 win over Christopher Newport University, ranked 12th in the Atlantic South Region, she teamed with senior Gabrielle Clark in the first doubles match to defeat their counterparts 8-0. Later in the day, the duo earned another 8-0 first doubles win, while Goodman later claimed a 6-0, 6-0 win at first singles, during the Eagles’ 9-0 win over Agnes Scott College. With the victories, the freshman improved her singles record to 6-1 in dual matches and to 13-6 overall, while raising her doubles record to 10-5 during the 2013-14 campaign. Goodman’s play has helped the Eagles begin their season with a perfect 12-0 record. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Gabrielle Clark earned a pair of singles wins last week, including a victory over the second-ranked player in Division II to clinch a team win for the second-ranked Eagle over Columbus State University, the fifth-ranked team in Division II. Clark’s win over Columbus State’s Paola Cigui (who was 50-0 in singles matches over her career prior to facing Clark) in the first singles match was the deciding point in the Eagles’ 5-4 win, as the senior came away with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 win. Earlier in the contest, she dropped the first doubles match by an 8-6 score. Clark finished the week with a 2-1 record in singles matches, earning a win in the first singles match, 6-0, 6-0, against Clayton State University (another D-II program), and falling in the first singles match against Georgia Gwinnett College of the NAIA, 6-4, 6-0. With the two singles wins during the week, she moved into sole possession of second-place in school history with 87 career wins. Clark was also 2-3 during the week in doubles play, including an 8-1 in the first doubles match against Clayton State, and an 8-2 win in the first doubles match against Millsaps College. Clark’s play during the week helped the Eagles win all seven of their matches, improving to 10-0 in 2014. Read More
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Rebecca SieglerWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Rebecca Siegler won both of her singles and doubles matches during the opening week of the second-ranked women’s tennis team’s spring campaign. On Thursday against Shorter University, an NAIA program, Siegler won the second singles match in straight sets, 6-1, 6-0, and teamed with sophomore Madison Gordon to win the second doubles match by an 8-5 score, as the Eagles went on to win by an 8-1 score. During Saturday’s 7-2 win over 25th-ranked Case Western Reserve University, she earned a 9-8 (3) win with Gordon in the first doubles match, and followed with a 6-1, 6-2 first singles win. In her first season with Emory, Siegler is undefeated in singles play with a 5-0 record, and has an 8-1 mark in doubles play. Siegler and the Eagles have opened the campaign with a 3-0 record. Read More
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Katarina SuWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Katarina Su won her singles draw and went 2-2 in doubles play, while facing mostly NCAA Division I competition during the Georgia Southern Fall Invitational last weekend. In her singles flight, Su defeated opponents from Division I programs Kennesaw State in the quarterfinals and Georgia Southern in the semifinals, before claiming a 7-5, 6-1 victory over Florida Atlantic’s Lyndsey Boos to win the draw. In doubles play, the freshman teamed with sophomore Stephanie Loutsenko, as the pair won their final two matches against competitors from Division I Savannah State and Florida Atlantic. Su finished the fall with a singles record of 8-1, with her only loss coming against teammate Madison Gordon during the ITA Regional Championships. She also was 3-5 in doubles matches during the fall season. Read More
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Michelle SatterfieldWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Michelle Satterfield won the singles draw at the 2013 USTA/ITA Small College Nationals last weekend. Satterfield, who entered the draw as the fourth-seeded player, defeated Cristina Nunez in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1 in the quarterfinals. She followed that performance with a 6-1, 6-0 upset victory over top-seeded Megan Tang of Chicago in the semifinals, and went on to win the draw with a 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 win over second-seeded Sonja Meighan of Washington and Lee University. In the ‘Super Bowl,’ Satterfield suffered a three-set loss to Junior College singles winner Nirianta Rosolomalala of Georgia Perimeter College. Satterfield also teamed with junior Rebecca Siegler to finish third in the doubles draw, as the fourth-seeded duo defeated Casey Johnson and Auvi Tran of the University of Texas – Dallas 5-7, 6-4, 10-2 in the quarterfinals, dropped a 6-4, 6-3 decision to top-seeded Meighan and Patricia Kirkland of Washington and Lee, and won the third-place match 1-6, 6-3, 10-8 over third-seeded Lea Lynn Yen and Sammy Chao of Pomona Pitzer Colleges. She became the second freshman in Emory history, and the fourth Eagle overall, to win the singles draw at the ITA Small College Nationals. Satterfield has started her Emory career with an 8-2 record in singles matches and a 6-1 record in doubles action. Read More
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Michelle SatterfieldWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Michelle Satterfield won both the singles and doubles titles at the 2013 USTA/ITA South Regional Championships in Sewanee, Tennessee last weekend. After receiving a first-round bye, Satterfield, the second-seeded player in the singles draw, went on to win each of her next five matches to claim the tournament victory. Highlights from her singles victories include a marathon four-hour, 40-minute win over fifth-seeded teammate Madison Gordon in the semifinals (7-6 (1), 4-6, 7-6 (3)) and a straight-set 6-4, 6-2 win over sixth-seeded teammate Melissa Goodman in the finals. In doubles play, Satterfield teamed with junior Rebecca Siegler to comprise the draw’s second-seeded pair, and won four-straight matches to claim the title, including an 8-2 win over top-seeded teammates Brenna Kelly and Goodman in the finals. She became the third Emory freshman to win the singles draw in the program’s history, and the first since Serena Burkard in 2004, in addition to being the fourth Emory freshman to be a part of the winning doubles pairing. Satterfield and Siegler will participate in the USTA/ITA Small College Nationals in October. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark led the Eagles to a second-place finish in the team tournament, and finished in the semifinals of both the individual singles and doubles draws during the 2013 NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan last week. She finished the week with a total record of 4-1 in singles play and 5-1 in doubles action. During the team championships, Clark teamed with Sullivan to go undefeated in three matches at first doubles (all against NCAA Doubles Tournament selections), and won her only singles match that was decided, a 7-6 (5), 6-3 win during the Eagles’ semifinal win against #1 Amherst. In the singles tournament, Clark, the third-overall seed, won her first three matches in straight sets, before falling in the semifinals to the top-seeded player in the draw. She and Sullivan also made up the second-seeded doubles team, earning a pair of straight-set wins in the early rounds before falling in the semifinals to the third-seeded team. Clark finished the season with a 30-7 record in singles play (tied for the second-most wins in a single season in school history) and 28-7 in doubles action. In addition, she ended her junior season with 84 career singles wins, the third-most in school history, and 86 career doubles victories, the fifth-most in school history. Clark earned all-America honors in both doubles and singles play for the third-straight season in 2013. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark was perfect in both singles and doubles play for the fourth-ranked Eagles last weekend, helping the squad advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships. After a first-round bye, Clark led the Eagles to a 5-0 win over 21st-ranked Trinity University (Texas) on Saturday, claiming an 8-4 first doubles win with Annette Sullivan, and defeated Thavindra Ekanayake 6-2, 6-0 in the first singles match. She followed that performance with an 8-3 first doubles win and a 6-1, 6-2, team-victory clinching win at first singles against Sewanee’s Bronte Goodhue, as the Eagles defeated the Tigers 5-0 in the round of 16 on Sunday. Clark is now 26-6 in singles action and 23-6 in doubles matches this season. In addition, she earned the 80th singles victory of her career on Sunday to move into sole possession of fourth-place in school history. Clark and the Eagles, now 16-4 this season, will take on sixth-ranked Middlebury College in the quarterfinals on May 20th. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis Emory University senior Jordan Wylie led the fourth-ranked Eagles to a 9-0 win over 16th-ranked Washington and Lee University on Saturday. Wylie, teamed with freshman Madison Gordon, won the first doubles match in the contest by an 8-2 score over the Generals’ Meghan Buell and Chelsea Mixson. She followed that with a straight-set 6-1, 6-1 win over Claire Cahill in the second singles match. Wylie improved to 14-11 in singles matches and to 13-6 in doubles action this season with the victories. In addition, her 69 career singles victories moved her into a tie for 16th-place in school history in the category. Wylie’ performance this season has helped the Eagles notch a 14-4 record during the spring season. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark led the third-ranked Eagles to their 24th University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship in 26 years, with a perfect record as Emory’s first singles and first doubles player (teaming with freshman Annette Sullivan) during the conference tournament in Altamonte Spring, Florida last weekend. During Thursday’s 9-0 win over New York University, Clark earned an 8-3 win in doubles action and a 6-1, 6-1 win in singles play. In a 9-0 win over seventh-ranked Chicago on Friday, Clark defeated the top-ranked doubles team in the Central Region 8-3, and then downed the region’s top-ranked singles player in straight sets, 6-2, 6-1. In the UAA Championship match on Saturday, the junior bested the Atlantic South’s fourth-ranked doubles pairing 8-1, and the third-ranked singles player 6-4, 6-0, leading Emory to a 9-0 win over 13th-ranked Carnegie Mellon. Clark, the top-ranked singles player in the Atlantic South Region, improved to 24-6 this season, and to 21-6 in doubles action, including a 12-3 mark with Sullivan, with whom she is the third-ranked pairing in the region. Clark also moved into a tie for fifth-place in Emory history with 78 career singles wins, and seventh-place with 79 career doubles victories. Clark and the Eagles improved to 13-4 this season with the three victories. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Beatrice Rosen was a perfect 3-0 in singles play during three road matches against Division III squads ranked nationally in the top-10 last weekend. On Friday, Rosen led the Eagles to a 7-2 win over ninth-ranked Middlebury College, winning the third singles match in straight sets, 6-4, 6-1. She followed that performance with a 6-3, 6-0 win over her third-singles counterpart on Saturday, helping Emory defeat eighth-ranked Bowdoin College 8-1. Moving up to second singles on Sunday, she defeated Williams’ Rebecca Curran, the 16th-ranked player in the Northeast Region, 7-5, 6-2, in a 6-3 Emory loss to the fifth-ranked Ephs. Rosen, ranked 12th in Division III, has now won eight-straight singles matches and stands at 16-6 during her inaugural campaign with Emory. With her help, the Eagles, ranked third in Division III, stand at 10-4 this season. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark was a perfect 4-0 in first singles matches and 3-1 in first doubles action with freshman partner Annette Sullivan, helping the fourth-ranked Eagles to wins over three nationally-ranked teams last week, including an upset win over Division III’s top-ranked squad. During Emory’s 9-0 win over 16th-ranked Tufts University on Tuesday, Clark earned an 8-5 doubles triumph over the seventh-ranked pairing in the Northeast Region, and claimed a 6-3, 6-3 win over the 21st-ranked player in the region in singles. On Friday against second-ranked Amherst, she bounced back from an 8-4 doubles loss to defeat the second-ranked player in the Northeast in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5, as Emory was edged 5-4 in the match. On Saturday, in a 5-0 win over 12th-ranked Washington University (Mo.), Clark won both her doubles (8-4) and singles (6-0, 6-3) matches. She capped off the week by leading Emory to a 6-3 upset win over top-ranked Johns Hopkins University, claiming an 8-6 doubles win and a dominating 6-0, 6-1 singles victory. With the four singles victories, Clark moved into 10th-place in school history with 73 career wins, and now stands at 19-5 this season. In addition, she is 16-5 for the campaign in doubles matches. Clark and the Eagles improved to 8-3 overall this season with the three victories. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark recorded a perfect record in both singles and doubles play during the Eagles’ two matches against Division II schools in Hawaii last week. During the Eagles’ 9-0 win over the University of Hawaii – Hilo on Thursday, Clark won the first singles match over Hilo’s Emelie Laussen in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3. The following day, during a rain-shortened match against Hawaii Pacific University, she teamed with Annette Sullivan to win the first doubles match 8-4, and claimed a 6-4, 6-2 win over Celina Goetti in the first singles contest. Clark, the reigning NCAA singles champion and doubles runner-up, now stands at 15-5 in singles play this season and 13-4 in doubles action. Her play during the week helped the fourth-ranked Eagles improve to 5-2 overall this season. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Jordan Wylie earned wins in both singles and doubles play during the fourth-ranked Eagles victory over Brenau University. Wylie claimed an 8-4 win at second doubles with teammate Madison Gordon over Brenau’s Dominika Jasova and Zalina Nazarova, the 24th-ranked team in the NAIA. Playing out of the second singles spot for the Eagles as well, the two-time all-American defeated Vladica Djurdjevic in straight sets, 6-0, 6-3. Wylie now stands at 8-9 in singles play and 3-3 in doubles matches this season. Aided by Wylie’s effort, the fourth-ranked Eagles defeated Brenau 7-2 to improve to 4-2 on the season. Read More
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Madison GordonWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Madison Gordon finished the week with a 2-1 record in singles play, including a win over a Division I opponent. On Sunday, Gordon scored the only point for the Eagles in a 6-1 loss to the Division I University of Alabama – Birmingham, defeating her counterpart 6-3, 6-4 in the sixth singles match. Just a day earlier, she helped Emory to a 6-3 win over the 18th-ranked University of the South with a 6-2, 6-2 sixth singles win. On Wednesday at Columbus State University, the sixth-ranked team in Division II, Gordon suffered an 8-3 loss in the second doubles contest, and dropped a hard fought three-set contest at fifth singles, 4-6, 6-4, 10-8. She is now 7-4 in singles play during the 2012-13 season, and 4-8 in doubles action. Gordon and the fourth-ranked Eagles have opened the 2013 spring season with a 3-2 record. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark claimed victories in both of her matches during the fourth-ranked Eagles' 8-1 win over Shorter College on Wednesday. Clark teamed with freshman Annette Sullivan to defeat Candice Laurent and Aurelie Gaborit 8-5 in the first doubles match. She came back to earn a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Laurent in the first singles contest as well. Clark, the 2012 NCAA Singles Champion, improved to 12-2 in singles matches and to 11-2 in double play during the 2012-13 season, while helping Emory raise its team record to 2-0. Read More
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Beatrice RosenWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Beatrice Rosen helped lead the fourth-ranked Eagles to a 9-0 win over NCAA Division II Clayton State University in the team’s opening match of the 2013 spring season. Rosen, ranked ninth in the Atlantic South Region, was dominant as the Eagles’ third singles player, earning a 6-0, 6-0 win over the Lakers’ Zinnia Leamana, the team’s top-ranked player (13th in the Division II Southeast Region). She teamed will freshman Madison Gordon to earn a victory in the third doubles match as well, as the duo defeated Clayton State’s Charlotte Fabricius and Raluca Pavel 8-5. Rosen improved to 6-4 in singles play and to 3-8 in doubles action this year, as Emory ended a five-match losing streak to Clayton State with the shutout win. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark won the NCAA Division III singles and doubles draws at the ITA Small College Nationals, becoming just the second player in school history to win both tournaments. In the singles draw, top-seeded Clark dropped just three games in her first two matches, defeating Megan Tang of Chicago 6-1, 6-0, and fourth-seeded Meghan Buell of Washington and Lee 6-2, 6-0 to advance to the championship match. In a rematch of last season’s NCAA Championship, Clark came from behind to best second-seeded Lok-Sze Leung of Middlebury in three sets, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. Clark teamed with freshman Emma Taylor to win the doubles draw for the second-straight season, defeating Meg Crowley and Claire Marshall of DePauw 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinals, fourth-seeded Rebecca Curran and Kara Shoemaker of Williams 6-7(4), 6-4, 10-8 in the semifinals, and Buell and Claire Cahill of Washington & Lee 6-1, 6-2 in the championship match. Clark joined former Eagle Mary Ellen Gordon as the only two players to sweep both draws at the ITA Small College Nationals. She later fell to Division II opponent Barbora Krtickova of Armstrong Atlantic in the singles draw of the ‘Super Bowl,’ and to Kritckova and Aleksandra Filipovski of Armstrong in the doubles draw. Read More
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Emma TaylorWomen's Tennis Emory University freshman Emma Taylor teamed with Gabrielle Clark to win the doubles draw at the ITA Small College Nationals last weekend. After a straight set (6-3, 6-4) win over Meg Crowley and Claire Marshall of DePauw in the quarterfinals, the top-seeded duo from Emory battled to a 6-7(4), 6-4, 10-8 victory over fourth-seeded Rebecca Curran and Kara Shoemaker of Williams College in the semifinals. In the Division III Championship Match, Clark and Taylor earned a 6-1, 6-2 win over Meghan Buell and Claire Cahill of Washington & Lee University. Taylor and Clark’s fall season came to an end in the semifinals of the ‘Super Bowl,’ as the duo fell to Barbora Krtickova and Aleksandra Filipovski of Division II Atlantic Armstrong State College, 6-2, 6-2. Taylor became part of the third duo in the program’s history to win the NCAA Division III doubles draw at the ITA Small College Nationals, and the first freshman to accomplish the feat. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Gabrielle Clark won the singles draw at the 2012 USTA/ITA Fall South Regional, and later teamed with freshman Emma Taylor to win the doubles draw as well. Clark, the reigning NCAA Singles Champion, won all five of her singles matches during the weekend (improving to 7-1 overall this season), including a 6-3, 6-2 win over teammate and second seed Jordan Wylie in the championship match. In doubles play, Clark and Taylor (seeded second in the draw) went 4-0, including a 6-4, 6-2 win over fourth-seeded Anne Garland and Lindsey Liles from Sewanee in the championship match. The duo improved to 6-1 together in doubles play this season. Clark became just the second player in the program’s history, along with former Eagle Lorne McManigle, to win both the ITA Regional Singles and Doubles Draw in back-to-back years. Clark and Taylor will advance to the ITA Small College Nationals in Mobile, AL, starting on October 11th. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Sophomore Gabrielle Clark became the third player in the history of the Emory University women’s tennis program to win the singles draw at the NCAA Division III Championships. Clark, seeded third in the tournament, upset top-seeded Lok-Sze Leung of Middlebury in straight sets, 6-2, 7-6 (1) in the championship match to claim the title. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Zahra Dawson claimed the match-clinching singles victory during the fifth-ranked Eagles third round victory over seventh-ranked Washington and Lee University. The 20th-ranked singles player in the Atlantic South Region battled to a 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 win over Patricia Kirkland (ranked 18th in the region) in the third singles match, giving the Eagles’ the clinching point in the team’s 5-2 win. Read More
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Malavika PadmanabhanWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Malavika Padmanabhan won both of her singles matches and one of her two doubles contests at the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships in Altamonte Springs, FL last weekend. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Zahra Dawson won the second singles match during the Eagles’ 9-0 win over Georgia Perimeter College on ‘Senior Day’ to move into second-place in school history for career singles victories. Read More
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Brenna KellyWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Brenna Kelly went 4-0 in fifth singles play and 3-1 in second doubles matches last week. During a suspended match against the Division I University of Alabama – Birmingham on Tuesday, Kelly won her singles match 6-4, 6-2, and teamed with Malavika Padmanabhan to defeat their doubles counterparts 8-6. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Zahra Dawson won both of her singles and doubles matches during a pair of victories for the second-ranked Eagles against nationally-ranked opponents last week. On Thursday’s 9-0 win against the 16th-ranked University of the South, Dawson teamed with Gabrielle Clark in the first doubles match to claim an 8-1 win over the region’s fifth-ranked pairing. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Gabrielle Clark was a perfect 2-0 in the first singles role and 3-0 in first doubles contests, helping the Eagles to a 2-1 week against three opponents ranked in the top-10 nationally. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Zahra Dawson won her only singles match and both of her doubles matches during the Eagles’ Puerto Rico trip last week. Against the University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez, Dawson teamed with Gabrielle Clark to win the first doubles match by an 8-0 score. Read More
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Malavika PadmanabhanWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Malavika Padmanabhan won both her singles and doubles matches against Brenau University on Tuesday, helping the third-ranked Eagles to a 6-3 win over the Golden Tigers. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University junior Jordan Wylie won the first singles match and third doubles match during the third-ranked Eagles’ 7-2 win over Shorter College, the 15th-ranked NAIA squad. Facing the nationally 22nd-ranked player in the NAIA, Wylie earned a straight-set 6-1, 6-2 victory. Read More
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Catharine HarrisWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Catharine Harris won all three of her singles matches last week, helping the third-ranked Eagles to a 2-1 record. Against Columbus State University on Saturday, the 12th-ranked Division II team, Harris scored the only point for the Eagles with a 6-3, 7-5 win in the fourth singles match. Read More
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Brenna KellyWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Brenna Kelly claimed a singles victory during the third-ranked Eagles’ loss to Auburn University Montgomery on Sunday. Kelly was leading AUM’s Hagar Caro 6-2, 4-1, when Caro retired from the match, giving Kelly the victory. Read More
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Gabrielle Clark & Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Gabrielle Clark and senior Zahra Dawson won the NCAA Division III doubles draw at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships in Mobile, Alabama. The third-seeded pairing won both of their first two matches of the draw in straight sets, before defeating top-seeded Laura Chen and Courtney Chin of Carnegie Mellon University 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 in the championship match. Read More
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Gabrielle Clark & Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Gabrielle Clark and senior Zahra Dawson won the NCAA Division III doubles draw at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships in Mobile, Alabama. The third-seeded pairing won both of their first two matches of the draw in straight sets, before defeating top-seeded Laura Chen and Courtney Chin of Carnegie Mellon University 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 in the championship match. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Gabrielle Clark won both the singles and doubles draws of the 2011 USTA/ITA Fall South Regional Championships in Atlanta, GA last weekend. Clark, the top-seeded singles player, dropped just 14 games over her six match victories during the tournament. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Gabrielle Clark and senior Lorne McManigle finished second at the 2011 NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Doubles Championships. Emory’s third-seeded duo went 3-1 in tournament play, winning their quarterfinal and semifinal matches in straight sets, before succumbing to the fourth-seeded pair from Amherst College in the Championship Match. Read More
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Lorne McManigleWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Lorne McManigle helped the third-ranked Eagles advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III Championships with 5-0 wins over Agnes Scott College and the 18th-ranked University of the South. In the Eagles’ second round win over Agnes Scott, she teamed with Gabrielle Clark to win the first doubles match 8-0. Read More
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Malavika PadmanabhanWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Malavika Padmanabhan was a perfect 2-0 in singles matches and 3-0 in doubles matches last weekend, leading the third-ranked Eagles to the 2011 University Athletic Association (UAA) Championship. During the Eagles’ 9-0 win in the first round, Padmanabhan teamed with Brenna Kelly to win third doubles 8-1, before claiming a 6-1, 6-0 victory in the fourth singles match. Read More
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Lorne McManigleWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Lorne McManigle won both the first singles match and the first doubles match during the third-ranked Eagles’ 9-0 win over the 19th-ranked University of the South (Sewanee) on Tuesday. McManigle earned a straight-set, 6-4, 6-3 win over the Atlantic South Region’s 15th-ranked player in the first singles match. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s Zahra Dawson went 2-0 in both singles and doubles play last week, leading the top-ranked Eagles to a split of two matches last week. During a 9-0 team win over Berry College, Dawson teamed with Taylor Brandt to shutout her counterparts in the third doubles match, 8-0, while winning the second singles match in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Gabrielle Clark was a perfect 2-0 in both singles and doubles matches for the top-ranked Eagles last week. During a 6-0 win over 11th-ranked Gustavus Adolphus College, Clark teamed with Lorne McManigle to win the first doubles match 8-2 over the Central Region’s fourth-ranked pairing. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Gabrielle Clark went 2-0 in singles matches against ranked NCAA Division III opponents, including a win over the reigning NCAA singles champion. On Sunday, Clark helped the Eagles to a 7-2 win over eighth-ranked Tufts University with a 6-3, 6-2 victory in the first singles match. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Jordan Wylie recorded a perfect week of tennis for the third-ranked Eagles, going 4-0 in second singles matches and 5-0 in second doubles contests, during a 5-0 week for Emory with wins over three nationally-ranked NCAA Division III teams and two NCAA Division I squads. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Women’s Tennis) Emory University freshman Gabrielle Clark won all three of her first singles matches, leading the Eagles to their second-consecutive ITA Division III Indoor Championship. Clark clinched the team victory for Emory in the first round match against 15th-ranked DePauw University, defeating regionally ranked Janelle Arita 6-2, 6-2. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s Jordan Wylie won both the first singles match and second doubles match against Georgia Perimeter College, leading the third-ranked Eagles to an 8-1 victory over the junior college. Wylie won the singles match over Salma Dahbi in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2, to improve to 9-4 in singles play this year. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Jordan Wylie won both her singles and doubles matches during the third-ranked Eagles win against Brenau University on Thursday. Playing in Emory’s second-singles role, the regionally eighth-ranked Wylie earned a straight-set, 6-3, 6-1 victory over Kate Mazackova, the nationally 48th-ranked player in the NAIA. Read More
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Gabrielle ClarkWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Gabrielle Clark finished the opening week of the spring season with a 1-1 record in both singles and doubles play, while facing an NCAA Division I squad, and one of the top NAIA teams in the nation. During the team’s season-opening 6-3 loss to Division I Georgia State University, Clark won the second doubles match 9-7 with partner Jordan Wylie. Read More
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Zahra Dawson & Lorne McManigleWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s top-doubles pairing of junior Zahra Dawson and senior Lorne McManigle finished fourth at the USTA/ITA Small College National Championships. The second-seeded duo earned a straight-set 6-1, 6-3 win over their unseeded opponents from Gustavus Adolphus College in the first round. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University junior Zahra Dawson won the USTA/ITA Fall South Region Singles and Doubles Championships in Sewanee, TN last weekend. Entering the singles draw as the second-seeded player, Dawson won all six of her singles matches, including a 6-1, 6-0 win over top-seeded teammate Gabrielle Clark in the championship match. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis Emory University sophomore Jordan Wylie went 3-1 in singles matches and 1-0 in doubles play, while competing at the Blue & Gray Fall Classic in Montgomery, AL to open the fall season. Competing in the fourth singles flight, Wylie opened play with a 6-1, 6-2 over a player from Shorter College, followed by a 7-6(4), 3-6, 10-4 win over a Division I opponent in the University of Alabama – Birmingham’s Caroline Faught. Read More
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McManigle & DawsonWomen's Tennis Emory University junior Lorne McManigle and sophomore Zahra Dawson earned all-America honors for their performances at the 2010 NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships. The duo teamed up to finish second among all Division III teams in the NCAA Doubles Tournament. Read More
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Lindsay ReidenbachWomen's Tennis Emory University’s Lindsay Reidenbach was a perfect 2-0 in both singles and doubles matches, including the match-clinching victories in each of the fourth-seeded Eagles’ two NCAA Tournament contests. During Saturday’s second round match against Methodist University, Reidenbach did not drop a game, teaming with Jordan Wylie to win the third doubles match 8-0, and later clinching a 5-0 Emory win with a 6-0, 6-0 victory in the fifth singles match. Read More
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Lorne McManigleWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s Lorne McManigle won her singles and doubles matches during the Eagles’ 7-2 win over Brenau University on Sunday. McManigle claimed a come from behind 4-6, 7-5, 10-5 win in the second singles match over the 46th-ranked NAIA player in the country. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s Zahra Dawson won both of her doubles matches and two of her three singles matches at the University Athletic Association (UAA) Tournament last weekend. In the opening match of the tournament against NYU, Dawson defeated her first-singles counterpart 6-4, 6-4, and claimed an 8-1 win in the first doubles match with teammate Lorne McManigle. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s Jordan Wylie earned victories in both her singles and doubles matches, keying a 7-2 Eagles victory over Berry College on Saturday. Wylie earned a straight-set victory in the third singles match, winning 6-0, 6-4 over her counterpart. Read More
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Sara VrabecWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Sara Vrabec was a perfect 3-0 in singles matches last week. Vrabec earned a 6-2, 6-1 victory over her sixth-singles counterpart during Emory’s 8-1 team win over the 13th-ranked University of Mary Washington. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Zahra Dawson led the second-ranked Eagles to a 6-3 win over eighth-ranked DePauw University with wins in both her singles and doubles matches. Dawson teamed with Lorne McManigle to earn the Eagles their only doubles victory of the match, defeating her first-doubles counterparts, who are ranked third in the Central Region, by a score of 8-3. Read More
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Jordan WylieWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University freshman Jordan Wylie recorded a perfect 2-0 record in singles play, and a 3-0 mark in doubles matches, during three contests last week for the Eagles. Playing in the second-singles slot, Wylie earned a 6-2, 6-0 win over her counterpart from Coe College, and a 6-1, 6-0 victory over her University of Rochester opponent. Read More
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Tshema NashWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University senior Tshema Nash completed a 4-0 record in singles matches during the week, leading the third-ranked Eagles to their first ITA Division III Women’s Indoor Championship. Nash won the tournament-clinching match against fourth-ranked Chicago, claiming a dominating 6-1, 6-0 victory over her counterpart in the fifth-singles match. Read More
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Lindsay ReidenbachWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University junior Lindsay Reidenbach completed a perfect 4-0 week in both singles and doubles matches for the third-ranked Eagles’ women’s tennis team. Reidenbach won each of her four singles matches during the week, including wins in the second, third and fourth singles role. Read More
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Zahra DawsonWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University sophomore Zahra Dawson won her second-singles match during the third-ranked Eagles’ season-opening match against Clayton State University, the 10th-ranked Division II team in the nation. Dawson defeated her counterpart in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2. Read More
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Lorne McManigleWomen's Tennis (Tennis) Emory University’s Lorne McManigle won the Wilson/ITA South Region Singles and Doubles Championships this past weekend. McManigle, the reigning NCAA Division III singles champion and top singles seed in this weekend’s tournament, defeated teammate and second-seed Zahra Dawson 7-5, 6-2 in the championship match. Read More
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Lorne McManigleWomen's Tennis Emory University's Lorne McManigle won the singles title at the 2009 NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Championships. McManigle, the fifth seed in the tournament, defeated Ploy Suthijindawong of the College of St. Scholastica 6-2, 6-1 in the championship match to become the second individual champion in the program's history. The sophomore went 5-0 during the tournament. Read More
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