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Ephs sweep Wellesley in first official dual match

Kara Shoemaker
WELLESLEY, MA – The Williams women's tennis team traveled to Wellesley today for 4 doubles and 9 singles matches.  One doubles match and three singles matches were exhibition, whereas all the others were official matches.  Williams did not drop one match all afternoon, returning home with a perfect record on the day.
Williams   9
Wellesley  0


Shoemaker/Curran  def.      Lee/Granger          8-4

Pylypiv/McCoy          def.      Matulis/Barth        8-0

Worley/Hart             def.      Chen/Choo            8-1

Pollan/Li                   def.     Lin/Martel              8-4   (exhibition)



Kara Shoemaker       def.      Choo                       6-1, 6-0

Nancy Worley           def.      Granger                   6-3, 6-1

Rebecca Curran        def.       Lee                         6-1, 6-2

Maria Pylypiv            def.       Matulis                    6-1, 6-1

Riqui McCoy              def.       Barth                      6-3, 6-2

Kate Pollan               def.       Chen                       6-2, 6-0

Monica Pastor           def.        Lin                         6-2, 6-0   (exhibition)

Veronika Li               def.        Martel                    7-5, 6-1   (exhibition)

Alex Stone                def.        Lin                                8-1    (exhibition)

Maya Hart                 def.       Martel                            6-1    (exhibition)

Coach Alison Swain emphasized the all-around great play by the team today:  "In doubles, we did a nice job of playing a more aggressive and attacking style than usual.  We also had the chance to get some match jitters out and get some experience on the court.  In singles, it was a great showing all around.  The whole team displayed a great starting level of play for the beginning of the season.  Overall, everyone performed well."

Next the Ephs will travel to MIT on September 28th to participate in the ITA New England Regionals.  

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