Sept. 29, 2013
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The University of San Diego women's tennis team wrapped up play in the San Diego State Fall Classic I on Sunday. The Toreros had four players compete in singles and two pairs participating in doubles.
Senior Anna Depenau went 2-1 in singles and advanced to the finals of the Black Division, where she fell to Duke's Alyssa Smith 6-1, 7-6 (3). Depenau made it to the finals after winning matches the previous two days. On Friday, she cruised past LMU's Laura Mueller 6-1, 6-0 and on Saturday she outlasted San Diego State's Tami Nguyen 6-7 (5), 6-4, 6-4.
Mikayla Morkel-Brink defeated LMU's Elanor Grossman 6-3, 6-2 in the White Division on Sunday after losing her previous two singles. Sophomore Marta Stojanovic and freshman Janine Koleta also participated in singles, but failed to notch a victory.
In doubles, both of the Toreros' tandems were able to secure wins on Friday before losing the following two days. In the Red Division Anna Depenau and Janine Koleta defeated New Mexico State's Ros-Polly Nguyen and Annemieke Witte 8-7 (1) on Friday. On Saturday they fell to San Diego State's Kristin Buth and Laura Antonana 8-3 before losing 8-5 to LMU's Elanor Grossman and Jessica Perez on Sunday.
Marta Stojanovic and Mikayla Morkel-Brink beat LMU's Laura Mueller and Julia Norlin 8-3 on Friday; however, they lost close ones the following two days. On Saturday they fell to New Mexico State's Susana Alcaraz and Denise Van Der Ben 8-7 (1), before being defeated again on Sunday to San Diego State's Tami Nguyen and Hailey Johnson.
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