Women's Tennis
Vandy goes 8-2 on day two of Miami Invitational

Courtney Colton helped the 'Dores by picked up wins in both doubles and singles.
Courtney Colton helped the 'Dores by picked up wins in both doubles and singles.

Jan. 18, 2014

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Vanderbilt women's tennis team wrapped up the second day of the Miami Invitational going 9-1. The Commodores went 3-1 in doubles over Texas early in the day and finished going 5-1 against Memphis in singles play.

Vandy played well against the Longhorns in doubles play. Lauren Mira and Georgina Sellyn, and Frances Altick and Astra Sharmaboth won by scores of 6-3, while Sydney Campbell and Courtney Colton were taken down by Texas' 21st-ranked doubles team.

Ashleigh Antal and partner Marie Casareshad a tougher time but came out victorious, 7-5, over UT"s Begley and Koprcina.

In singles play, the `Dores won four of their five matches in straight sets. The lone Commodore loss came to No. 78 Campbell, who fell 3-6, 7-5, 10-6 to Marta Morga of Memphis.

No. 102 Antal won 6-3, 6-4 over Memphis' Skylar Kuykendall, while Vandy's top-ranked singles player, No. 48 Sellyn took down Alyssa Hibberd, 6-1, 6-2.

Altick, Casares and Colton also all picked up wins over the Tigers.

Vanderbilt will resume action from Coral Gables at 8 a.m. eastern time, with doubles against Miami and will continue the day with singles against the Longhorns.


 

 

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