Women's Tennis Is Seeking To Keep Their Streak Alive

Daniella Patton and Cristina Di Lorenzo look to keep their doubles streak alive this weekend.
 
Daniella Patton and Cristina Di Lorenzo look to keep their doubles streak alive this weekend.
 

March 14, 2014

CINCINNATI - To keep their win streak alive is what the women's tennis team seeks with their two matches this weekend. First up for the 9-2 Musketeers is the Rockets of Toledo on Friday, March 14 then the Cardinals of Ball State on Saturday.

The match against Toledo takes place at Western Tennis and Fitness Club with a start set for 4 p.m. Toledo currently holds an 8-3 record on the season. The last time these teams met was in the 2011 spring season. Toledo took the match, 4-3, while Andrea Wolf was able to pick up a singles and doubles win in the dual.

After Toledo, the team heads to Muncie, Ind. to battle Ball State. This is not the first time this season that the Musketeers have seen the 8 -5 Cardinals, they met up at the University of Cincinnati Invitational in November. The match is set to begin at 1 p.m.

 

 

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