Georgetown News
Women's Tennis - Thu, Apr. 4, 2013

Georgetown College women's tennis continues to roll this season. The Tigers have lost just one conference match and stepped outside of conference for an 8-1 victory Wednesday over Centre College.

The match gave second-year coach Jessica Cunningham some chances to shift the line up a bit and see some of her other players step up.

Georgetown swept the doubles competition against Centre Tuesday and dropped just one singles match.

"It was a very good day," Cunningham said. "And despite the wind, maybe one of the best days around here we've had to be playing a match. We are looking forward to getting better weather in the near future."

The extended winter and onslaught of rain on the good days has made it difficult for the spring sport, but the unpredictability of the schedule has not rattled the women's team.

The ladies have won eight matches this spring and are 3-1 in league play.

"I think we've come out really strong," Cunningham said. "I knew with what we were bringing in, mixed with our returners, we would be solid. Everyone has really come together and learned from our fall matches."

Tigers hit the courts again in a very important MSC match with Cumberland University Friday. The match is schedule to start at 2 pm at Lackey Tennis Center.

 
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