Women’s Tennis Drops 5-2 Decision at Oberlin

Women’s Tennis Drops 5-2 Decision at Oberlin

Oberlin, Ohio – The Wittenberg University Women's Tennis team saw its three-match winning streak come to an end on Saturday (4/6) with a 5-2 setback at Oberlin in an NCAC cross-divisional match. The Tigers now own an overall record of 8-4 on the season, which includes an even 2-2 mark against NCAC foes overall and an 0-1 record in NCAC West play.

Who Stood Out

The Tigers kept the match close early on as the third doubles team of sophomore Kathleen McGuff and freshman Sarah Wilke notched an 8-6 victory for Wittenberg's first point of the match.

In a match that was played to decision, Wilke than went on to earn the Tigers' lone victory in the singles portion of the match with a 2-6, 6-3, 6-0 come-from-behind win over Maja Shaw Todorovic in the fifth flight. While Wilke was the only Tiger to record a win, three additional players took their singles matches to the third set, including junior Sarah Gallup in the second flight, senior Alivia Livesay in the third flight and McGuff in the sixth position.

Up Next

The Tigers will now host a pair of NCAC West opponents next week, starting with a 4:30 p.m. match against Denison on Tuesday (4/9) and concluding with a 5:00 p.m. home match against DePauw on Friday (4/12) in Springfield.