2018 Women's Tennis
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Left to Right: Katie Larck; Martina Belloni; and Victoria White
Huntingdon College
Women's Tennis - Thu, Feb. 23, 2017

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Point University women's tennis won at number two singles and number one doubles, and Huntingdon College (1-2), an NCAA Division III member, on the other five singles matches and two doubles positions and defeated the Skyhawks, 7-2, in Feb. 23 non-conference collegiate women's tennis action in Montgomery, Ala.


Point's number one doubles pair, Katie Larck (FR/Champaign, IL) and Luz Padilla (JR/Tucuman, Argentina) defeated Mariah Bastos and Josie Waddell, 8-6.  Martina Belloni (SO/Palamos, Spain) and co-captain Taylor Navarro (SR/Boerne, TX) teamed up at number two doubles and lost to Huntingdon's Dusty Catala and Zoya Robinson, 8-4.


Victoria White (SR/Kokomo, IN) teamed together with Eman Cohen (FR/Columbus, GA) for an 8-2 loss at number three doubles against Heather Tabor and Caroline McBroom.


Larck provided Point's second point and won her second consecutive match in three sets against Waddell at number two singles.  Larck lost set one 7-5 and rallied to win sets two and three, 7-6 and 10-5.  Catala lost set one against Padilla, 6-1, but came back to win sets two and three for the Eagles, 7-6 and 10-5.


Navarro trailed 6-5 in set one of her number three singles match against Robinson but defaulted the match at that point due to an injury, and Belloni lost set one, 7-6, and trailed 4-3 in set two in her number four singles match against Bastos but also injury defaulted.  Cohen lost 6-1, 6-0 at number five singles against Tabor, and Ashley Lane (JR/LaGrange, GA) lost 6-0, 6-0 at number six singles against McBroom.


NEXT MATCHES:  Point hosts Blue Mountain College (Miss.), Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Sportsplex in Valley, Alabama, at 3 p.m.  Point also hosts a pair of Appalachian Athletics Conference home matches at the Sportsplex next week, hosting Bluefield College (Va.), Friday, March 3, at 3 p.m., and Union College (Ky.), Saturday, March 4, at 2 p.m.