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Thanks to a 6-1 win over Brown University at the Home Depot Center on Thursday afternoon, the Loyola Marymount University women's tennis team has now won four of their last six heading into the final part of their 004 spring schedule


 

 
 
lt;bgt;Pictured:lt;/bgt;lt;igt; The Lions' Robyn Baker won her singles match 6-1, 6- in helping LMU to its fourth win in its last six matches.lt;/igt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Loyola Marymount 6, Brown 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; Thanks to a 6-1 win over Brown University at the Home Depot Center on Thursday afternoon, the Loyola Marymount University women's tennis team has now won four of their last six heading into the final part of their 004 spring schedule. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Lions improve to 7-10 on the season as they took care of business against a depleted Brown squad. LMU had one point in the match before it started as Brown's 11-person roster to start the season was slimed to just five thanks to injuries. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; With the five players, Brown had to default at number six singles and at number three doubles. The default at the singles gave the Lions one point in the match while needing just one win in doubles to earn that point. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; LMU took care of doubles with an 8-1 win at number two doubles by junior Carla Arguelles and freshman Kimi Kaloi, 8-1, over Victoria Beck and Amanda Saiontz. Brown claimed the number one doubles point headlining into singles play. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Lions once again showed great improvement to claim four of the five single matches played. The best match of the day came from number four singles as freshman Serena Fermin was back in the line-up after fighting the flu the last week. Down one set after dropping the first -6, she came back to win 6- and 10-6. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Lions also took home wins at number one singles by Arguelles (6-, 6-), at number two by freshman Robyn Baker (6-1, 6-) and at number five by sophomore Patrycia Hubl (6-3, 6-3). lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;