Women‘s Tennis Earns 7-0 Victory Over Franklin Pierce
Holy Cross Athletics 04-02-2017
- Score:Holy Cross 7, Franklin Pierce 0
- Location:Rindge, N.H.
- The Lead:Holy Cross earned a 7-0 victory over Franklin Pierce on Sunday afternoon in Rindge, N.H.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Senior Isabela Bagi and junior Katie Elia earned a 6-2 victory in the No. 1 doubles match to begin the event for the Crusaders.
- Sophomore Allison Reiling and classmate Morgan McGuire won the No. 2 doubles match by a score of 6-2 to secure the point in doubles play.
- Reiling and Elia earned singles victories by scores of 8-6 and 8-0, respectively, before Bagi earned an 8-2 win in the No. 3 singles match to clinch the victory.
- McGuire (8-5), sophomore Jennifer Kary (8-2) and sophomore Caroline Kam (8-1) all earned singles victories to secure the sweep of Franklin Pierce.
- Isabela Bagi / Katie Elia (HC) def. Alana Wyatt / Kelly Wilson (FPU), 6-2
- Allison Reiling / Morgan McGuire (HC) def. Sarah Rich / Kelly O'Donnell (FPU), 6-2
- Meghan Lewis / Eleanor Fulghum (HC) def. Maria Quagliano / Shelli Safran (FPU), 6-2
- Allison Reiling (HC) def. Alana Wyatt (FPU), 8-6
- Katie Elia (HC) def. Kara Brazel (FPU), 8-0
- Isabela Bagi (HC) def. Sarah Rich (FPU), 8-2
- Morgan McGuire (HC) def. Kelly O'Donnell (FPU), 8-5
- Jennifer Kary (HC) def. Maria Quagliano (FPU), 8-2
- Caroline Kam (HC) def. Kelly Wilson (FPU), 8-1
- Holy Cross is scheduled to be back in action this Thursday, April 6, as the Crusaders take on Connecticut in Manchester, Conn. at 6:00 p.m.
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