Five Huskies Win Singles On Day 1 At SDSU
Nov. 9, 2012
San Diego - The Huskies got off to a good start at the San Diego State Fall Tennis Classic on Friday, winning five of seven singles matches and two of three doubles matches.
Playing in five separate singles draws, each Husky competing played one match with good results overall. Elianne Douglas-Miron picked up a straight-set victory to get things started, while Grace Ysidora, Julija Lukac and Capucine Gregoire needed just the two sets for the victory.
Freshman Brianna Kemp dropped the second set, but rallied to beat Isabelle Hoorn of San Diego State, 7-5, 3-6, 6-1.
In doubles, the Huskies won two of the three matches in convincing fashion. Douglas Miron and Shimizu took care of a team from San Diego State, 8-3, while Lukac and Nemcevic won their match 8-4. Only Ysidora and Gregoire fell in doubles, losing to Craig and Pham of Utah, 8-2.
The Dawgs will be back on the courts in San Diego on Saturday for the continuation of the SDSU Fall Classic. Five Huskies will continue to try to work through the winner's brackets of their singles draws.
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