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Women’s Tennis Closes Out Cornell Winter Invite On Strong Note
Bearcats accumulate a 4-1 record on final day of tournament
January 26, 2014Tweet
Ithaca, N.Y.—The Binghamton women’s tennis team completed play at the Cornell Winter Invite on Sunday, going 4-1 overall in the morning session from Reis Tennis Center. Katya Medianik finished out her tournament on a positive note, winning a match in both singles and doubles play.
Medianik teamed alongside sophomore Alexis Tashiro for a 6-0 win over Seton Hall’s Anna Guryanova and Julie Martiny. The duo went a combined 2-2 over the weekend. Medianik also picked up an impressive 8-2 win over Chloe Sher (Seton Hall), who was an All-Big East performer in 2012.
Despite coming up short in her doubles match earlier in the day, sophomore Sara Kohtz bounced back with an 8-4 decision over Alex Landert of Seton Hall. Kohtz finished the three-day tournament with a singles record of 3-1 and improved her season record to a team-best 8-4.
Binghamton’s other win on Sunday came from sophomores Agatha Ambrozy and Shea Brodsky who defeated Niagara’s Ashley Ta and Maria Ortiz on the doubles court. The sophomores won handily, 6-2, collecting their first win together over the weekend.
BU will begin their dual match season on Friday, Jan. 31 at Army and continue a busy weekend by playing Sacred Heart (2/1) and Seton Hall (2/2) from West Point.
Lijekvist/Shoemaker, Seton Hall def DiMuro/Kohtz, Binghamton 6-3
Medianik/Tashiro, Binghamton def Guryanova/Martiny, Seton Hall 6-0
Ambrozy/Brodsky, Binghamton def Ta/Ortiz, Niagara 6-2
Medianik, Binghamton def Sher, Seton Hall 8-2
Kohtz, Bing def Landert, Seton Hall 8-4