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Women’s Tennis Loses On The Road At St. John’s
Brodsky paces Binghamton (5-9) with a doubles and singles win on Sunday
March 30, 2014Tweet
Flushing Meadows, N.Y.—St. John’s (7-6) got the best of visiting Binghamton (5-9) on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Bearcats 5-2 from the National Tennis Center. Binghamton received points from the fifth and sixth singles spots in their lineup and finished the weekend 1-1 in dual competition.
Despite a pair of close 8-6 defeats in doubles play, Binghamton was able to secure a victory from sophomores Shea Brodsky and Alexis Tashiro. The pair bested Yanita Arnaudova and Anna Morozova 8-7 (7-4) on Sunday. Tashiro and Brodsky are both now 11-16 overall this season.
Ahead 1-0, St. John’s sealed the match by winning four of the next five matches in Flushing. Binghamton’s lone victory came from Brodsky who cruised past Stephanie Elgergren, 6-3, 6-3. The sophomore from Miami Beach, Fla. has won four of her last six matches and is 6-8 in duals overall in 2014.
Binghamton’s other point came at sixth singles as freshman Kristen Soeder was awarded with the victory on default.
Up next for Binghamton is a matchup with Fairleigh Dickinson on Wednesday. BU will travel to Teaneck, NJ to take on the Knights at 3 p.m..
Binghamton 2, St Johns 5
Doubles order of finish : 2,1,3
Brodsky/Tashiro, Bing def. Morozova/Arnandova, St. John’s 8-7 (7-4)
Adams/Polyakova, St. John’s def. Dimuro/Medianik, Bing 8-6
Elgegren/Hoffman, St. John’s def. Kohtz/Soeder, Bing 8-6
Singles order of finish : 4,1,5,2,3
Polyakova, St. John’s def. Tashiro, Bing 6-0, 6-4
Morozova, St. John’s def. Kohtz, Bing 6-4, 6-4
Arnandova, St. John’s def. Medianik, Bing 3-6, 6-3, 1-1 (10-7)
Adams, St. John’s def. Dimuro, Bing 4-1 retired injured
Brodsky, Bing def. Elgegren, St. John’s 6-3, 6-3
Soeder, Bing def. Hoffman, St. John’s default