RU finishes 14-4
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RU finishes 14-4
When the Rutgers women's tennis team hosts Connecticut today at the RU Tennis Complex, it will be a special day for a number of reasons.
Senior captain Polina Zaretser will play her final home match tomorrow while celebrating her birthday on Senior Day when the Scarlet Knights host Connecticut.
Sophomore Amy Zhang, above, and senior Polina Zaretser have an unblemished 9-0 record at first doubles this season.
Freshman Jennifer Holzberg won four matches over the weekend as the Scarlet Knights beat both Pittsburgh and West Virginia by a total score of 12-2 in Morgantown.
Freshman Morgan Ivey enjoyed a 4-0 weekend, winning two singles matches and two doubles alongside Jennifer Holzberg.
The Rutgers women's tennis team continued is success by defeating St. John 5-2 Tuesday in Queens.
Sophomore Amy Zhang came out victorious in both her singles and doubles contest in RU's 5-2 win over St. John's.
The Rutgers women's tennis team pummeled Georgetown 7-0 over the weekend to improve to 10-4 (4-2). The Scarlet Knights halted Georgetown's two-match winning streak and kept the Hoyas winless within the conference.
Freshman Maryana Milchutskey and her classmates have been crucial to the Rutgers tennis team's success early on this spring.
Polina Zaretser returned from injury and teamed with Amy Zhang in an 8-5 win at first doubles last week in South Carolina.
Freshmen doubles partners Jennifer Holzberg, left, and Morgan Ivey, right, hold a 10-1 mark at second and third doubles, with their lone blemish coming against nationally-ranked Marquette.
The Rutgers women's tennis team was handed a going away gift when it defeated Villanova 7-0 at the RU Tennis Bubble in the last match before spring break.
Senior captain Polina Zaretser aced her match at third singles, putting up a double bagel in a strong win over Cornell.
Despite a stellar freshman season, Rutgers women's tennis ace Amy Zhang sees room for improvement. In leading the Scarlet Knights to a 4-3 start (1-2 Big East), the sophomore has worked hard at improving her doubles game and leadership skills.
The Rutgers women's tennis team opened their Big East schedule with a 4-3 loss to Cincinnati but turned things around one day later in a 4-3 win over Xavier during a weekend double-header.
The Rutgers tennis team will compete at the ITA Northeast Regional Championships at the University of Pennsylvania from Oct. 18 to 23 in Philadelphia.