LUBBOCK, Texas – The Texas Tech girls’s tennis workforce earned its second win in a row and third Large 12 win on Sunday afternoon at The Falls Nation Membership, sweeping Kansas, 4-0.
With the match being moved indoors and solely gaining access to 4 courts at a time, the Woman Raiders (9-3, 3-0 Large 12) have been capable of shortly sweep the match with a robust effort in doubles and three straight-set victories in singles.
In doubles motion, Tech bought wins on courts one and three to shortly take a 1-0 lead. Lisa Mays and Kaitlin Staines gained their third in a row, dropping Sonia Smagina and Vasiliki Karvouni, 6-1, to earn the primary win of the day. Metka Komac and Olivia Peet clinched the purpose for the Woman Raiders, ousting Carmen Roxana Manu and Tiffany Lagarde, 6-4, to assist put Tech up, 1-0, to begin.
Shifting onto singles, the Woman Raiders have been capable of maintain rolling with Margarita Skriabina, Lisa Mays and Nell Miller every choosing up wins to clinch the sweep.
Skriabina stretched the result in 2-0 with a dominant, 6-1, 6-1 win over Carmen Roxana Manu on courtroom three. Skriabina has been a power for Texas Tech all spring, going 9-0 in twin singles matches and 11-1 in singles total to assist bolster the Woman Raider singles lineup.
Mays stayed sizzling as properly, successful her third in a row whereas shifting to 8-1 total in a 6-2, 6-1 drubbing of No. 81 Sonia Smagina. It moved the freshman to 2-0 in ranked singles matches this season.
Lastly, Nell Miller clinched the victory for Texas Tech, dropping Vasiliki Karvouni, 6-1, 6-3, to maneuver to 7-3 total this spring.
The Woman Raiders will probably be again in motion on Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the McLeod Tennis Middle after they play host to SMU to shut the homestand.