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Tennis finally returns to the Rutgers campus today, when the
Rutgers tennis team takes on Seton Hall at 3 p.m. at the RU Tennis
Complex. The Scarlet Knights previously played all four of their
home matches at the Atlantic Club in Manasquan, N.J., after the
collapse of the Busch Tennis Bubble earlier in the year.
Senior captain Amy Zhang won both of her singles matches against
St.'John's and Syracuse this weekend and also claimed a pair of
victories in doubles play. Head coach Ben Bucca kept Zhang
partnered with Jennifer Holzberg, and the pair won both
The Rutgers tennis team lifted a significant weight off its
shoulder this weekend, when it finally locked down Big East
conference wins. The Scarlet Knights started off with two losses in
conference play before defeating St. John's, 6-1, on Friday in
Queens, N.Y., and Syracuse, 4-3, on Sunday at the Atlantic Club in
Freshman Vanessa Petrini will likely pair with junior Morgan
Ivey in doubles play against the host St. John's Red Storm, while
classmate Stefania Balasa will likely take up No. 2 doubles.
The Rutgers tennis team's quest for its first Big East win
continues today at 2 p.m., when the team travels to Queens, N.Y.,
to face St. John's. The Scarlet Knights return from their spring
break trip to New Orleans, where they won three straight matches,
including two sweeps.
Junior Leonora Slatnick teamed up with a new doubles partner in
freshman Stefania Balasa and won each of her two matches.
No. 1 singles player Amy Zhang won her match against Marquette
last weekend after losing her previous two matches in a rough start
to her senior season.
Senior No. 1 singles player Amy Zhang defeated her Marqette
opponent in three sets after last weekend's two-loss effort.
The Rutgers tennis team suffered the latest in a string of
heartbreaking defeats Sunday, when it fell to Marquette, 4-3, in
the final match at its temporary winter home, the Atlantic Club in
Senior No. 1 singles player Amy Zhang likely faces Marquette's
Paola Calderon for the second consecutive season on Sunday, when
Rutgers goes for its first league win.
The Rutgers tennis team continues its hunt for its first Big
East Conference win Sunday against bitter rival Marquette. The
match is the last for the Scarlet Knights at their temporary home
at the Atlantic Club in Manasquan, N.J.
Jennifer Holzberg and Amy'Zhang started off doubles play Sunday
with an 8-5 decision in the No. 1 spot.
Junior Leonora Slatnick plays on the Knights' No. 2 doubles
pairing with classmate Morgan Ivey.
Junior Morgan Ivey won her No. 3 singles match in straight sets
against Buffalo's Tammy Markovic, 6-4, 6-3. The Mt.'Pleasant, S.C.,
native also paired with classmate Leonora Slatnick in No. 2 doubles
action to take her match, 8-4.
After having nearly a week to dwell on a tough loss at Columbia,
the Rutgers tennis team returned to a familiar place: the win
column. The Scarlet Knights defeated Buffalo, 7-0, on Friday in
their second match at the Atlantic Club in Manasquan, N.J.
Freshman Vanessa Petrini remained unbeaten this season with a
1-6, 6-4, 7-6 decision on Saturday at Columbia in No. 6
Junior Maryana Milchutskey fell Saturday against Columbia in the
No. 4 singles spot, but earned a win on Friday over Fairleigh
Dickinson's Egzona Morina, 6-3, 6-4.
It is difficult to shut out an opponent in any sport, but to win
three straight tennis matches without letting up a single victory
is something to be admired.
The Rutgers tennis team attempts to keep its two-match win
streak alive this weekend while facing the daunting task of
competing in back-to-back days. The Scarlet Knights host in-state
opponent Fairleigh Dickinson in their first home match of the
season today before heading to New York on Saturday to square off
Senior captain Amy Zhang provides her team with leadership on
and off the court, as the Knights' No. 1 singles player earned the
Big East Scholar Athlete Award as well as two team MVP awards in
her career on the Banks.