The Santa Clara University women's tennis team swept singles play to earn a 6-1 victory over West Coast Conference opponent Saint Mary's


lt;bgt; Pictured: lt;/bgt;lt;igt; Santa Clara's Casey Knutson won her singles match against SMC 6-, 4-6, 7- in the Broncos;/igt;lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Utah State 4, Gonzaga 3lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; Seniors Jamie Buterbaugh and Angela Fry won their singles matches today, but the Gonzaga University women's tennis team was unable to hold on as the Utah State Aggies defeated the Bulldogs, 4-3, on Saturday afternoon. Gonzaga dropped to 6-3 on the season with the loss. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Buterbaugh won her singles match against Lindsey Bennion (-6, 6-, 7-), handing Bennion her first loss in seven matches. Fry defeated Aggie Jill Smith for her Bulldogs' point (6-, 7-6). Connie Head also won her match for Gonzaga, playing only to an 8-6 score since the match had already been decided in Utah State's favor. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Doubles play went in favor of the Aggies as well as Head and Sirrah Williams were the only Bulldog tandem to win their doubles match, with wins over Richelle Moon and Courtney Anderson, 8-. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Gonzaga , Montana State lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; Five women of the Gonzaga University women's tennis team won their singles matches to defeat Montana State University, -, on Sunday afternoon. The Bulldogs improved to 7-3 with the win. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Singles play was led by senior Jamie Buterbaugh in the No. 1 spot with her victory over Vera Vasileva ,6-1, 7-6 (). Also claiming wins for the Bulldogs were Angela Fry over Laurel Brown (6-1, 6-), Leigh Orne over Ivette Duran (6-4, 4-6, 7-), Sirrah Williams over Katy Clark (6-4, 6-4) and Connie Head over Anna Hockett (6-, 6-). lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Doubles play swung the way of the Bobcats as only the Gonzaga tandem of Buterbaugh and Fry was able to win a match. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;LMU 7, CSUF 0lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The Loyola Marymount University women's tennis team had enough break in the rainy weather to finally get a full match in for the first time at home this season and with it they earned a 7-0 win over Cal State Fullerton at El Segundo Tennis Center on Friday. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The 63rd-ranked Lions (-3) swept the singles play and won two of the three doubles matches to claim a sweep of the Titans (3-4) for the second time in three years. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; LMU started the match by earning the doubles point, earning wins at both No. and No. 3 doubles. The No. doubles team of freshman Serena Fermin and sophomore Patrycia Hubl earned an 8-3 win over Gina Le and Nicole Arias to start the day. The Lions would then claim the point when senior Jennifer Baker and freshman Tamara Tanner defeated Carla Rocha and Caroline Freeman 8-4. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The best match of the day came at No. 1 doubles as junior Carla Arguelles and freshman Kimi Kaloi suffered a heartbreaker to Ruya Inaphat and Ioara Sisoe, 9-8. The Lions lost in the tiebreaker, 7-. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Lions would then sweep the singles, with the best match coming at No. singles. Freshman Robyn Baker would win with a tiebreaker over Le, 6-3, 4-6, 10-3. For Baker it is her first win of the spring season in dual competition. Robyn's sister, Jen, also went to the wire for the win at No. 4 singles, earning a 6-, 7- win over Rocha. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; At No. 1 singles Arguelles defeated Inapulat 6-4, 6-4, while Kaloi claimed a 6-3, 6- win at No. 3 singles over Sisoe. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Finishing their matches first were Hubl and Fermin. Hubl claimed a 6-1, 6-0 win at No. singles over Freeman, while Fermin won 6-1, 6- over Arias. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Pepperdine 6, Furman 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; lt;Pgt;13; The No. 9-ranked Pepperdine women's tennis teams registered a 6-1 victory over Furman Sunday afternoon at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center in Malibu. The win improved the Waves' record to 6-3 on the season. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Furman fell to 3- on the year. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Pepperdine captured all three doubles match and only singles loss came at No. 3 where Merve Asimgil fell 6-1, 6-4. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Portland 6 Linfield 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; In doubles play, Portland came out strong and solidly swept Linfield, 8-1, 8- with Deirdre Ring-Marrinson and Adele Rockett finishing it off with an 8-0 shut out at the No. 3 spot. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The University of Portland women146;s tennis team defeated Linfield College, 6-1 at the Louisiana- Pacific Tennis Center on Fri., Feb. 7. The Pilots improve to -7 on the season. In doubles play, Portland came out strong and solidly swept Linfield, 8-1, 8- with Deirdre Ring-Marrinson and Adele Rockett finishing it off with an 8-0 shut out at the No. 3 spot. The Pilots continued to show their strength by going on to win five consecutive singles matches. Sanja Indic set the pace with her 6-0, 6-1, victory over Megan Rodgers at the No. 1 singles position. Alyson Tyson and Jackie Soltysik kept the pace with their victories at the No. and 3 positions respectively. Likewise Becky Correll and Deirdre Ring-Marrinson defeated their opponents securing the Pilot;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Santa Clara 6, Saint Mary's 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The Santa Clara University women's tennis team swept singles play to earn a 6-1 victory over West Coast Conference opponent Saint Mary's this afternoon at the Degheri Tennis Center. The Broncos' overall record evens to 4-4, but more importantly, Santa Clara remains undefeated in league play at 3-0. The Gaels' record falls to 1-6, 1-. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Saint Mary's grabbed the first point of the match by taking two of three doubles contests. The Gaels won on court one and clinched with a victory on court three, 8-3 by Kristen Kummer and Kate Harden over first-time Bronco partners Casey Knutson and Kimberly Daniel. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Broncos stormed back in singles action, taking all six courts. Freshman Kimberly Daniel clinched her third straight team victory with a 7- (), 6- win over Kummer on court five. Junior Janalle Kaloi and Knutson took their matches to three sets before recording victories. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;UCSB 4, Santa Clara 3lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The Santa Clara University women's tennis team fell 4-3 to UC Santa Barbara this afternoon at the Degheri Tennis Center. The Broncos' overall record falls to 4-, with three of those five losses at 4-3 scores. The Gauchos' record evens to 3-3. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Santa Clara swept doubles play to take the afternoon's first team point. In singles action, freshman Kimberly Daniel improved to -0 on the spring season with her 6-0, 6-3 victory over UCSB's Kristen Wilson on court five. The Gauchos grabbed a point with Andrea Pintar's court two victory, but Santa Clara moved forward with a 3-1 match lead with fellow freshman Kelly Leathers' 6-, 7- win over Leslie Damion. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Gauchos swept the remaining three contests in hotly-contested three-set battles. Marielle Gruenig clinched the match with a 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 victory over junior Janalle Kaloi. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;USF 7, UC San Diego 0lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The USF Dons (-) women's tennis team beat UC San Diego (6-1), the number 0 ranked team in Division II, 7-0 at Golden Gate Park Sunday. The Dons used dominating performances in both singles and doubles matches from Senior Gabi Ruiz and Junior Michelle Duncan to knock off the visiting Tritons. For UCSD, it was their first defeat of the season. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Ruiz, playing at the 3 position, beat Leigh Roberts 6-1, 6-, while Duncan, playing in the 6 slot, beat Tara Siddigui 6-, 6-3. Two singles matches went to tie-breakers. Freshman Megan Tiegs, playing at , won a tie-breaker with Jasmin Dao, 6-4, 3-6 (10-8). Playing at , Freshman Anna Skogerbee beat Kristina Jansen, 7-, -7 (10-4). lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; In doubles action, The Dons were led by their number 1 team of freshman Camille Pamart and Joana Laranjihna, winning 8-3 over Dao and Julie Westerman. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;



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