Women’s Tennis Drops 9-0 Decision to Keiser

Women’s Tennis Drops 9-0 Decision to Keiser


When and Where: March 15, 2016 – Orlando, Fla.
Keiser University 9, Southern New Hampshire University 0
Records: Keiser 5-5, SNHU 11-5

The Southern New Hampshire University women's tennis team was shut out by Keiser University, 9-0, Tuesday.

The Penmen were swept in all three doubles matches for the second straight day, but as was the case Monday, they did not go easy as freshman Rachel Wagner (Framingham, Mass.) and senior Yolanda Green (Springfield, Mass.) held a 4-1 lead at No. 3 doubles before Samantha Guy and Livia Toth came back for the 8-6 win.

SNHU was able to win a combined 12 games at singles No. 1 and 2, but captured just five games in the final four singles slots.

- The Penmen have lost four straight – all to tough teams – since beginning the season 11-1.
- Keiser is ranked 11th in the NAIA National Coaches Poll.

Up Next:
The Penmen are back in action Wednesday, March 16 (9 a.m.) when they take on the University of Buffalo.

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