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For Immediate Release: January 27, 2007
Contact: David O'Brian (dobrian@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6478

Edelman and Bates win A Doubles Title at Cornell Winter Invitational

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VESTAL, N.Y.-- Freshmen Anna Edelman (Great Neck, N.Y.) and Lauren Bates (Buffalo, N.Y.) won the A Doubles championship, highlighting Binghamton's performance in the third and final day of the Cornell Winter Invitational. The duo becomes the first Binghamton players ever to win a doubles title at the event.

One day after defeating top-seeded Dina Sekina and Elyse Steiner of Temple in the semifinals, Edelman and Bates beat second-seeded Shayna Miller and Sinziana Chis of Cornell 8-5 in the finals. The freshman tandem, who is ranked No. 15 in the ITA East Region, is 14-1 so far this season.

"Today was another great match for Lauren and Anna," head coach Mike Stevens. "They defeated two very good teams the past two days."

In singles play, Bates went on to win the A Flight Consolation title. She beat Melissa Orteza of Cornell 6-3, 7-5 in the semifinals and was declared the champion when her finals opponent, Dana Cruite of Cornell, withdrew due to an illness.

Binghamton heads to Army for a 6 p.m. match next Friday.

A DOUBLES

Finals

Anna Edelman & Lauren Bates (BING) def. Shayna Miller & Sinziana Chis (CORNELL) 8-5

A SINGLES

Consolation Draw Seimfinals

Lauren Bates (BING) def. Melissa Orteza (CORNELL) 6-3, 7-5

Consolation Draw Finals

Lauren Bates (BING) wins when Dana Cruite (CORNELL) withdraws

B SINGLES

Semifinals


Danyelle Shapiro (BING) def. Kristin Beehler (ARMY) 6-2, 7-6 (3)

Finals

Dana Alquero (ARMY) def. Danielle Shapiro (BING) 2-6, 6-1, 6-1

C SINGLES

Second Round

Paige Ford (ARMY) def. Erica Rosenblum (BING) 6-2, Retire

Consolation Semifinals

Catie Baffe (BUCKNELL) def. Nicole Scarangella (BING) 7-5, 6-4
Robie Verano (ARMY) def. Danielle Kashou (BING) 6-1, 6-1

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