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Women’s tennis picks up a win, men’s tennis falls short

Since The Hoot’s last publication, the Judges men’s and women’s tennis teams have played once each. The men’s team competed at Middlebury College and lost, while the women’s team competed at Wheaton College and emerged victorious. The women’s team was scheduled to compete against Franklin Pierce University, but the match was cancelled.

In their match against Middlebury, the men’s team fell 7-2 and now hold a record of 0-5 on the season. There were three doubles matches, including an 8-5 win at #2 from Pierce Garbett ’27 and Huasen Song ’27 and a strong fight from Dylan Walters ’24 and Tommy Harrison ’26 at #1, but Middlebury ended up winning both the #1 and #3 doubles matches. In the singles matches, Middlebury picked up statement victories at the #2, #4 and #5 seeds, not allowing more than two games to the judges in each match. Walters won his singles match, though, in a 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 victory that took over two hours.

The women’s team picked up a definitive 9-0 victory against Wheaton, bringing their season record to 3-3. The team didn’t let Wheaton win more than five games in any individual match aling the way, beginning with Ella Subramanian ’24 and Ella Chase ’26 winning the #2 match 8-2. Cecilia Denis ’25 and Anastasia Sia ’25’s #3 match was the closest of the day at 8-5, and Sabrina Loui ’25 and Mandy Reyes ’27 picked up a win at #1, 8-4. In singles play, Jiayi Zhang won easily at #2, while Reyes won at #5 6-1 6-2, Bhakti Parwani ’25 won her #1 match 6-0 6-2, Sia won the #4 match 6-1 6-3, while Lika Bolkvadze ’27 won her #3 match 6-2 6-1 and Sanjana Kumar the won the #6 match too, 6-3 6-2.

Next up, the women’s team will travel to Amherst College on March 10 and the men’s team will take on Franklin Pierce University in Waltham.

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