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Record: 0-0 Home: 0-0 Away: 0-0 AAC: 0-0
 
 
 
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Point University's top three singles players -- Luz Padilla, Katie Larck and Taylor Navarro
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Women's Tennis - Sat, Apr. 1, 2017

VALLEY, Ala. – The Point University women's tennis team (5-11; 3-3 AAC) swept all three doubles matches and won five of the six singles matches in an 8-1 Appalachian Athletics Conference victory over Montreat College (4-9; 0-5 AAC), Saturday, April 1, at the Sportsplex in Valley, Ala.

 

Coach Chad Simpson commented, "This is the most conference wins in a season Point's history.  I am so proud of all these girls for not being content but rather choosing to take the program to new heights.  We still have work to do, and we are excited for tomorrow's match with Albany State."

 

Luz Padilla (JR/Tucuman, Argentina) earned her ninth singles victory of the season (9-15), a school single-season record.  She defeated Elizabeth Beary, 6-3, 6-1, at number one singles and also won 8-3 at number one doubles with Katie Larck (FR/Champaign, IL) against Beary and Skyler BrodyPadilla and Larck also tied a school single-season doubles record with their eighth win of the season.

 

Eman Cohen (FR/Columbus, GA) picked up her eighth singles win of the season, 6-1, 6-0, over Christina Osborne at number four singles, and teamed up with team captain Taylor Navarro (SR/Boerne, TX) for an 8-2 win at number two doubles over Thomas and Hayley Taylor.  Navarro earned her 19th career doubles win, a school career record.

 

Padilla also is just two singles wins behind Point's career record of 15, held by Victoria White (SR/Kokomo, IN), who won her number five singles match Saturday, 9-7, against Kaitlyn ThomasWhite and Ashley Lane (JR/LaGrange, GA) at received a default victory at number three doubles, and Lane picked up a default win at number six singles.

 

NEXT MATCHES:  Point women's tennis plays a non-conference match at Albany State University (Ga.), Sunday, April 2, at 1 p.m., and plays an Appalachian Athletics Conference match at SCAD-Atlanta, Friday, April 7, at 1 p.m.

 
 
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