“This is a really good tournament for the girls to get some experience in match play,” head coach Vicky Maes said. “We got a lot of singles practice in which always helps.”
Due to her No. 1 seed in the tournament, Mavroleon earned a bye for the first round on Friday. In the second round she faced Alex Seaton of
With the victory, she advanced to the quarter final match up today where she faced host team Penn’s Lauren Sadaka, and won 3-6, 6-2, 10-2.
Competing in the semifinals, Mavroleon faced No. 3 seeded Milena Kachar of
“It was nice to see Juliette string together a couple of wins,” said Maes.
In the first round, Razloznik was defeated by
Making her collegiate debut, Toporowska defeated Penn’s Jackie Wong 4-6, 6-4, 10-6. Saturday Toporowska faced Elizabeth Brook of Harvard and beat her 5-1, ret. She would later lose to Melissa Saiontz (
“This was a great opportunity for me to see Natalia play at this level and it gives me a better idea of where she is at and what we need to work on,” Maes explained.
Earning the No.1 doubles seed, Mavroleon and Toporowska defeated Suda and Shearer 8-6. The next round the Wildcat tandem was defeated by Harvard’s Peterzan and Mukundan 8-1.
In the consolation round Razloznik defeated Varnay (
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