MIAA Women's Tennis Spring Week #4 Wrap-Up

MIAA Women's Tennis Spring Week #4 Wrap-Up

February 25 - MIAA Player of the Week


Last Week's Results

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Date Home Score Away Score Status Links
Feb. 21 Ferris St. 6 Calvin 1 Final
Feb. 23 Holy Cross (Ind.) 2 Albion 7 Final
  Kalamazoo 4 John Carroll 5 Final
  Olivet 4 Ind.-South Bend 5 Final
  Franklin 4 Alma 5 Final
  Saint Mary's (Ind.) 9 Spring Arbor 0 Final
  Saint Mary's (Ind.) 4 Aquinas 5 Final
Feb. 24 St. Francis (IN) 1 Alma 8 Final

Next Week's Events

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Date Home Score Away Score Status Links
Feb. 25 Albion 1 Spring Arbor 8 Final
  Defiance 4 Alma 5 Final
Mar. 01 Wheaton (Ill.) 6 Calvin 3 Final
Mar. 02 Hope 3 Denison 6 Final
  Kalamazoo 7 Ohio Wesleyan 2 Final
  North Park 3 Olivet 6 Final
Mar. 03 Saint Mary's (Ind.) 6 Ohio Wesleyan 3 Final
  Kalamazoo 0 Denison 9 Final

Around the MIAA

Adrian

The Bulldogs will next compete in Florida when the team takes a spring break trip to Orlando in March 4-7.


Albion

Kathryn Valade, Saige Jost and Madeline Samra were winners in singles and doubles as Albion College won its opening women's tennis match of the spring semester, 7-2, over Holy Cross College.


Alma

The women's tennis team made light work of St. Francis on Sunday (Feb. 24), beating the Cougars 8-1. Sophomore Brooke Butterfield (Portland, Mich. / Portland) and freshman Abigail Davenport (Downers Grove, Ill. / Downers Grove South) each won their matches in three sets, while junior Caroline Ross (Sandusky, Mich. / Sandusky) swept Gabby Buday and freshman Emily McDonald (Wheeler, Mich. / Bullock Creek High School) dropped just one game to Franny Muhlenkamp.


Calvin

No report submitted.


Hope

No report submitted.


Kalamazoo

The Kalamazoo College women's tennis team lost its 2019 home opener 5-4 to John Carroll University Saturday. Sonal Bahl and Ella Knight won 8-3 at two doubles while Helen Pelak and Maddy Winarski won 8-7(3) at three doubles. Winarski won 6-0, 6-3 at two singles while Caroline Norton won in three sets at four singles, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Kalamazoo is back in action with a pair of matches at home next weekend. The Hornets take on Ohio Wesleyan Saturday afternoon followed by Denison Sunday afternoon.


Olivet

The Olivet College women's tennis team lost a close 5-4 match to Indiana University-South Bend. Freshman Jordin Ellens and Haley Eversole picked-up Olivet's doubles point at the No. 3 slot. They needed a tiebreaker to win the pro-set 9-8 (9). At No. 1 singles, junior Miranda Pier won the super-tiebreaker, 10-7, for the third set victory. At No. 2 singles, senior Rae Claramunt posted a straight-set victory, 6-3, 6-2. Sophomore Keely Cruz needed to win tiebreakers win two sets, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (3) at No. 4 singles.


Saint Mary's

The Belles won 9-0 against Spring Arbor before falling in a tight 5-4 match against Aquinas at Eastlake Athletic Club on Saturday. Elizabeth Preister and Alyssa Gulli each posted 4-0 records on the day. Meredith Heckert and Lilly Chamberlin were both 3-1 for the Belles.


Trine

The Thunder will return to action in the spring against King's (Pa.) March 4 in Orlando, Fla.