Women's Tennis Weekend Recap
Dickinson's Alysia Rodgers
Sunday, April 15
Smith 3, Bryn Mawr 2
Wellesley 3, Bryn Mawr 2
The Bryn Mawr College tennis faced a pair of setbacks on Saturday at the 2012 Seven Sisters Tennis Championships as the Owls fell to both host Mount Holyoke and Vassar, 5-0.
Carnegie Mellon 6, #8 Johns Hopkins 3 ... more to come
Muhlenberg 8, McDaniel 1
As coach of the Muhlenberg women's tennis team from 1983 to 1999, Andrews compiled a record of 100-98 in spring dual matches. After two years away, she returned to the helm in 2002, and 10 years later, an 8-1 win at McDaniel gave her a record of 100-57 in her second stint.
#24 Mary Washington 7, Washington College 2
Host Mary Washington, ranked 24th in Division III and sixth in the Atlantic South region, defeated visiting Washington College, the region's eighth-ranked team, 7-2, in a non-conference women's tennis match today.
Saturday, April 14
Mount Holyoke 5, Bryn Mawr 0
Vassar 5, Bryn Mawr 0 ... more to come
Dickinson 7, Swarthmore 2
The Dickinson College women's tennis team handed host Swarthmore its first Centennial Conference loss of the season, posting a 7-2 win on Saturday afternoon.
Franklin & Marshall 9, Ursinus 0
Franklin & Marshall swept past Ursinus 9-0 in Centennial Conference (CC) women's tennis action on Saturday. The Diplomats improve to 6-8, 3-5 CC with the victory, while the Bears drop to 4-12, 0-8 CC.
#8 Johns Hopkins 9, Muhlenberg 0
The eighth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's tennis team beat host Muhlenberg, 9-0, and is now the last unbeaten team in the Centennial Conference. The Blue Jays improve to 10-4 overall and at 7-0 sit atop the conference standings. The Mules slip to 4-6 overall and 4-4 in the Centennial.
Washington College 5, Gettysburg 4
The Washington College women's tennis team put the wraps on its regular-season Centennial Conference schedule with a 5-4 win over visiting Gettysburg College this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
Friday, April 13
Gettysburg 9, York 0
Gettysburg made quick work of visiting York (Pa.) College in a non-conference women's tennis match on Friday as the Bullets dropped only 11 games in a 9-0 victory. Gettysburg (8-6) swept doubles play with No. 3 tandem Kelsey Boyce and Meg Kelly kicking things off with an 8-0 win. Senior Kylle O'Sullivan and freshman Isabelle Rodriguez dropped only one game at the top flight, while juniors Meghan Fornshell and Laura Habecker put up an 8-2 decision at No. 2.
Muhlenberg 5, Washington College 4
On Friday the 13th, the number 14 turned out to be the lucky one for the Muhlenberg women's tennis team. The Mules dropped just 14 games in their five wins as they picked up an important Centennial Conference victory over Washington, 5-4. The win moved Muhlenberg into a tie with Gettysburg for the fifth place in the CC with one week left in conference play.
#21 Mary Washington 5, Swarthmore 4
The Swarthmore College women's tennis (7-4) team nearly defeated No. 21 University of Mary Washington (11-5) on Friday afternoon in non-conference action, but fell just short as the Eagles outlasted the Garnet, 5-4.