Men win, women lose as tennis teams face off against Columbus State
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see The top-ranked men’s tennis team played hard for a 5-0 win and are now 22-1 overall. The sixth-ranked UWF women’s team struggled and dropped the first match in a month, losing 5-2. They are now 19-6 overall.
http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=comprare-viagra-originale-online The women’s doubles matches were close, as expected of two top-10 teams. The first point went to UWF when Diana Vlad and Valeria Mantilla won at No. 3 doubles. The Cougars tied with a 1-1 victory at the No. 2 position before getting a lead of 2-1 following a 9-8 tiebreak victory at the top spot.
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go here The Argos haven’t lost a No. 2 doubles match all season.
go to site In the men’s singles matches, Kuhn was quick to punish Paul Sprengelmeijer, 6-1, 6-2 for the fourth point, before Serdar Bojadjiev, freshmen exercise science major, clinched the match with a 6-2, 6-3 win over Matei Avram at the No. 4 spot.
“I was feeling good. It was tough conditions, hot, but I was happy we managed to get it done,” said Bojadjiev.
Bruno Savi, assistant coach of the men’s tennis team, said, “We knew it was a close match. Since we played at home, we had to step up our game. I am very proud. We started strong in the doubles and got the job done in the singles.
“[The Conference] is something we’re going to face. We have one more match in the season. Then, we will move onto regionals or even nationals, hopefully,” Savi said.
For the women’s singles matches, the lone point for the Argonauts came in the No. 1 slot as 34th-ranked Paula Lopez defeated 29th-ranked Kirsa Utech, 6-3, 7-6. This was Lopez’s seventh-straight win, and her dual record was now 14-7.
Heather Mixon, sophomore mechanical engineering major, said, “I feel like we played against a really solid team. In the doubles, we had a lot of opportunities for points, but we were waiting for them to miss instead of taking the opportunity to strike.
“In singles, we tried our best,” Mixon said. “A lot of our players were struggling with sickness, but we didn’t let these physical ailments stop us from prevailing. We gave it our all. Next time we play them, we’ll know we can come through, because they were the better team today.”
Derrick Racine, head coach of both Argonaut teams, gave each team a pep talk after the doubles and singles matches. “Today was a good match for us,” he said. “They were ranked one spot ahead; it was a very tight match. We lost two of the three doubles, but we could’ve won. This team is not in our conference, but it’s a good preparation match for the Gulf South Conference match. Now, we’re hoping to win the team tournament this Thursday.”
UWF’s next matchup is at home at 10 a.m. Saturday against Xavier University of Louisiana. Next up is the Gulf South Conference April 20-22 in Montgomery, Alabama. The Argos will open the play as the No. 1 seed in each bracket.
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