Oct. 18, 2003
MORAGA, Calif. - Sophomore Audrey Wingo won both of her singles matches to advances to the consolation quarterfinals following the second day of play at the 2003 Saint Mary's College ITA Invitational on Saturday.
Wingo defeated Connie Head of Gonzaga and Jane Sherry of Saint Mary's to advance to Sunday's quarterfinal round, where she will face Gina Black of Air Force.
UC Davis junior Nancy Mok and Christy Battig also won their first-round matches in the consolation bracket before falling in the second round. Mok dropped a 6-3, 7-6 decision to Nevada's Kristen Davenport while Battig pushed Anne-Joy deGraan of Saint Mary's to a third set before falling 3-6, 7-6 (8), 1-0 (9-7).
In doubles play, both Aggie duos ran into seeded opponents as Luna Tieu and Yuka Otaka fell to the top-seeded pair of Kathrin Winterhalter and Lucia Sainz of Fresno State, 8-0. Amanda Wise and Ashley Lehman fell to the No.4 seeded duo of Anna Erricsson and Roberta Fessenko of Sacramento State, 8-2. Ally Muller and Mok, who won their opening round match on Friday, fell to the No.5-seeded team of Kristen Case and Jessica Shu, 8-4.
"I felt like everyone competed well all weekend," said Aggie head coach Bill Maze. "The main thing was that everyone worked hard. I'm pleased with the way we competed, our effort and our attitude."
Play concludes at the Saint Mary's Invitational on Sunday.
UC DAVIS WOMEN'S TENNIS
Saint Mary's College Invitational
October 17-19, 2003
Audrey Wingo (UCD) def. Connie Head (Gonzaga) 6-1, 6-1
Nancy Mok (UCD) def. Sirrah Williams (Gonzaga) 3-6, 6-3, 1-0 (11-9)
Christy Battig (UCD) def. B. Reiken 6-1, 6-3
Audrey Wingo (UCD) def. Jane Sherry (SMC) 6-0, 6-2
Kristen Davenport (Nev.) def. Nancy Mok (UCD) 6-3, 7-6 (5)
Anne-Joy deGraan (SMC) def. Christy Battig (UCD) 3-6, 7-6 (8), 1-0 (9-7)
MAIN DRAW DOUBLES:
No.1 Winterhalter/Sainz (FSU) def. Tieu/Otaka (UCD) 8-0
No.4 Erricsson/Fessenko (Sac St.) def. Wise/Lehman (UCD) 8-2
No.5 Case/Shu (Cal) def. Muller/Mok (UCD) 8-4
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