Queens College women’s tennis team improved to 3-0 on the season on Sunday afternoon, downing Wilmington 7-2 in a non-conference matchup.
The Knights won two of three flights in doubles, and five of six singles matches. In the doubles portion of the match, the first doubles duo of Angelika Sobiecka and Emy Alplund moved to 3-0 on the year with an 8-2 win, while the pair of Line Sorsdahl Aasen and Darya Kolesnichenko picked up an 8-4 win at third doubles.
Laura Ortega Jover won at first singles 6-1, 6-1 in a match that clinched the victory for the Knights based on the order of finish
Queens College will next participate in the ITA Championships at Eisenhower Park this weekend. The singles winner and doubles winners will proceed on to the National Tournament in Florida.
Hofstra Men’s Tennis Hosts Invitational
The Hofstra men’s tennis team hosted the Hofstra Invitational over the weekend, bringing together players from a number of local colleges to compete in an early-season individual tournament.
Below are the individual results:
“A” Singles Winner: Anatoliy Lashkul (Wagner)
“B” Singles Winner: Sam Taieb (Stony Brook)
“C” Singles Winner: Pedro Carvalho (Farleigh Dickinson)
“D” Singles Winner: Allen Wang (Wagner)
“A” Doubles: TBD Tuesday night
“B” Doubles Winner: Jubera/Toscano (Queens)
NYIT Rolls Molloy To Remain Perfect
The NYIT women’s tennis team moved to 7-0 on the season, defeating Molloy 7-0 in an East Coast Conference showdown on Saturday afternoon.
The Bears lost just 11 games in the nine total flights during the match, anchored by 6-0, 6-0 victories from Paulina Vazquez and Antonella Lopez at fifth and sixth singles, respectively
The win moves NYIT to 4-0 in ECC play, and the Bears will return to the courts for a home matchup against Daemen on October 14.
Farmingdale State Wins For Fourth Time in Five Matches
The Farmingdale State Rams improved to 7-4 on the season on Sunday, knocking off Sage 7-2 in a Skyline Conference matchup.
Farmingdale got wins from its first and second doubles pairs to take the early advantage heading into singles play, and would win the first through fourth singles flights in straight sets to secure the victory, led by Priscilla Signore’s 6-0, 6-1 win over Samantha Montague at first singles.
Up next for the Rams is the College of Staten Island on Wednesday.