Women's Tennis Earns Third Straight Win, Defeats Tennessee Tech 6-1
The Eagles (6-4, 1-0 SoCon) improved their home record to 4-1 and have now had two three-match winning streaks this season. Tennessee Tech falls to 2-8.
GSU took the early advantage winning the doubles point claiming two of the three doubles matches. The freshmen duo of Ali Beavers (
In singles action, senior Kelli Helms (
“I really believe that things are finally beginning to gel,” said GSU coach Amy Bonner. “We have to keep working hard, but the team is starting to work well as a unit. Kelli (Helms) displayed a lot of leadership today and I’m proud of how Kristi (Kegerreis) continued to fight.”
- Holtzhauen/Cano Guirao (TTU) d. Kegerreis/Caforio (GSU) 8-6
- Beavers/Rolle (GSU) d. Woodcock/Nagim (TTU) 8-5
- Matlosz/Knight (GSU) d. Barnhill/Yartseva (TTU) 8-3
- Kristi Kegerreis (GSU) d. Kelly Holtzhauen (TTU) 7-5, 6-3
- Melanie Rolle (GSU) d. Diana Woodcock (TTU) 6-3, Ret.
- Mireia Cano Guirao (TTU) d. Ali Beavers (GSU) 3-6, 7-5, 10-6
- Molly Maddox (GSU) d. Kay Nagim (TTU) 6-4, 6-1
- Jessica Fuller (GSU) d. Katie Barnhill (TTU) 6-2, 6-1
- Kelli Helms (GSU) d. Evgenia Yartseva (TTU) 6-3, 6-3
- Category: Women's Tennis
- Published on Monday, 03 March 2008 00:01