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Sophomore Katelyn Nguyen teamed up with junior Pia Rygh to win No. 2 doubles against Buffalo at the MAC Tournament.

Rockets Fall 4-1 in First Round of MAC Tournament to Buffalo

Courtesy: Toledo Athletics
Release: 04/25/2014
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OXFORD, OH – The University of Toledo women's tennis team saw its season end n the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament on Friday with a 4-1 loss to Buffalo.

The Rockets completed the season with an overall record of 14-7

Toledo won the doubles point, taking two of the three matches on the day to grab the first point in the match.

Junior Lexy Pitt and sophomore Emily Mazzola teamed up for an 8-1 record in the top doubles spot, while the duo of sophomore Katelyn Nguyen and junior Pia Rygh completed an 8-7 victory in a tiebreaker in the No. 2 doubles spot.

The Rockets were unable to keep the momentum going, however, as they lost four consecutive singles matchups, and the Bulls clinched the match.

Toledo's all-time winningest singles player with 85 wins, senior Chrissy Coffman completed her final season with the Midnight Blue & Gold with an 11-9 record.

The Rockets return all but one player from this year's squad in the fall season.

Buffalo 4, TOLEDO 1

Singles

1. Tanvi Shah (BUFF) vs. Chrissy Coffman (TOL) 7-5, 0-1, unfinished

2. Miranda Podlas (BUFF) def. Katelyn Nguyen (TOL) 6-3, 6-1

3. Laura Fernandez (BUFF) vs. Pia Rygh (TOL) 7-5, 1-3, unfinished

4. Margarita Kotok (BUFF) def. Lexy Pitt (TOL) 6-1, 6-2

5. Anamaria Candanoza (BUFF) def. Emily Mazzola (TOL) 6-4, 6-4

6. Marta Stoyanova (BUFF) def. Lauren Thai (TOL) 6-3, 6-2

Doubles

1. Lexy Pitt/Emily Mazzola (TOL) def. Tanvi Shah/Marta Stoyanova (BUFF) 8-1

2. Katelyn Nguyen/Pia Rygh (TOL) def. Miranda Podlas/Margarita Kotok (BUFF) 8-7 (7-5)

3. Laura Holterbosch/Anamaria Candanoza (BUFF) vs. Mackenzie Bowman/Lauren Thai (TOL) 5-7, unfinished

 

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