The Emerson Women's Tennis team defeated the Salem St. Vikings 6-3 overall on Sunday. The team started off strong, winning two of three doubles matches to go ahead 2-1 heading into the singles matchups. Alex Weingarten and Annie Woodbury def. Kristin Klimowicz and Meredith Macdonald 8-3 in the second doubles pairing. Cassia Burns and Mackenzie Swaney swept their opponent 8-0 to give Emerson the 2-1 lead.
In the singles matches, the Lions found their strides in the later pairings. Eliana Flores-Barber started off the winning in the third pairing, defeating Caroline Robitalle 6-0, 6-1. Alex Weingarten won her matchup 6-3, 6-2 over Meredith Macdonald. Thea Nagle and Mackenzie Swaney both won their matches. Nagle won 6-3, 6-0 over Klimowicz and Swaney won 7-5, 6-0 over Hannah Dahrouge to secure the victory for the Lions.
Emerson will be off until the spring season. They start their spring matches with four on their spring break trip in Florida. Be sure to follow @TennisEmerson on Twitter and @EmersonCollegeTennis on Instagram for all Emerson Tennis updates!