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Women’s Tennis Downed By Mount Holyoke

Women’s Tennis Downed By Mount Holyoke

The Emerson Women's Tennis team fell to the Mount Holyoke Lyons on Saturday, 6-3 in match play. The top doubles pairing finished first, with Ching Ching Huang and Annissa Aamoum defeated Alisha Parikh (San Francisco, Calif.) and Sabrina Jacobs (Demarest, N.J.) 8-1.  The third doubles pairing finished next, with Joy Maran and Hannah Middleton defeated Thea Nagle (Mechanicsburg, Penn.)and Alex Weingarten (Carlsbad, Calif.) 8-2.  The second doubles pairing finished third with Catherine Peabody and Anya Gerasimova defeating Annie Woodbury (Salinas, Calif.) and Eliana Flores-Barber (Long Beach, Calif.) 8-4.

The Lions entered the singles matches down 3-0.  The first match saw Huang defeat Parikh 6-3, 6-1.  Peabody defeated Jacobs 6-1,6-0 in the second pairing which gave Mount Holyoke the victory.  Aamoum defeated Woodbury 6-3,6-1 in the third pairing. 

The Lions took the last three pairings in straight sets, with Flores-Barber defeated Madison Rosen 6-2, 6-4 in the fourth pairing.  Thea Nagle defeated Clara Wang 6-2,6-3 in the fifth pairing.  Weingarten defeated Nikki Cheng in the final pairing 6-4, 6-0.

Emerson has a quick turnaround and gets back in action tomorrow against UMASS Boston, with a match starting at 11:30am.  

 

 

Doubles competition

1. Ching-Ching Huang/Annissa Aamoum (MHC) def. Alisha Parikh/Sabrina Jacobs (EMEW) 8-1

2. Catherine Peabody/Anya Gerasimova (MHC) def. Annie Woodbury/Eliana Flores-Barber (EMEW) 8-4

3. Joy Maran/Hannah Middleton (MHC) def. Thea Nagle/Alex Weingarter (EMEW) 8-2

 

Singles competition

1. Ching-Ching Huang (MHC) def. Alisha Parikh (EMEW) 6-3, 6-1

2. Catherine Peabody (MHC) def. Sabrina Jacobs (EMEW) 6-1, 6-0

3. Annissa Aamoum (MHC) def. Annie Woodbury (EMEW) 6-3, 6-1

4. Eliana Flores-Barber (EMEW) def. Madison Rosen (MHC) 6-2, 6-4

5. Thea Nagle (EMEW) def. Clara Wang (MHC) 6-2, 6-3

6. Alex Weingarten (EMEW) def. Nikki Cheng (MHC) 6-4, 6-0