March 11 - MIAA Player of the Week
|Mar. 10||Schreiner||4||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||5||Final|
|East Texas Baptist||8||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||1||Final|
|Mar. 11||Trinity (Tex.)||9||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||0||Final|
|Mar. 14||Connecticut Col.||8||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||1||Final|
|Concordia (Texas)||3||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||6||Final|
Around the MIAA (through March 10)
The Adrian College women’s tennis team went 1-3 on its spring break trip to Orlando, Fla. to start the spring season, picking up its first win on the year against Wentworth in a 7-2 decision. Junior Julia Maltbie went 2-2 in singles play to lead the way, while all three doubles pairing picked up one win each over the four matches, with the duo of juniors Samantha Cyrus and Sara Anthony’s win at the one doubles spot being the only point AC took in a 8-1 loss to Concordia-Moorhead to finish the trip.
The No. 1 doubles team of Lauren Solano and Kathryn Valade went 2-1 last week.
The Scots dropped just one game out of 18 last week as it won its fifth straight match. Sophomore Brooke Butterfield (Portland, Mich.), freshman Abigail Davenport (Downers Grove, Ill.) and junior Bernadette Garibay (Lansing, Mich.) each earned wins. Garibay was one of three Scots to sweep their opponents against Manchester, the others being sophomore Lucy McCarthy (Rockford, Mich.) and freshman Emily McDonald (Wheeler, Mich.).
No report submitted.
Did not compete. Hope is back in action Tuesday, March 19 to start a five-match week in Orlando, Fla., starting with Bethel.
In their lone match of the week, the Hornets were victorious 7-2 against Illinois Tech. Kalamazoo won two of the three doubles matches before winning five of the six singles matches. Sonal Bahl/Ella Knight won 8-3 at two doubles while Maddy Winarski/Helen Pelak won 8-2 at three. Pelak (3), Caroline Norton (4), Bahl (5), and Knight (6) won in straight sets in singles. Winarski won 6-4, 6-7(4), 6-1 at two singles. Kalamazoo returns to action March 23-24 with a pair of matches in Oregon.
Did not compete. Olivet returns to competition Saturday, March 23 against Grace Christian (Mich.).
The Belles went 1-1 on their opening day of their spring break trip to Texas, defeating Schreiner 5-4 before falling 8-1 against East Texas Baptist University. Saint Mary's overcame a 2-1 deficit after doubles to win four of six singles matches against Schreiner. Megan Davy clinched the team win over the Mountaineers in the early match. Lilly Chamberlin picked up a tight 6-4, 7-5 win in singles play against ETBU.
The Thunder returned home from spring break with three wins and just one loss. The team improves to 6-3 following the successful week. Freshman Ashley Spirrison finished went undefeated in singles matches in the week, while Delaney Keirn and Camille Lozier both went 3-1.