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Big East play resumes today for the Rutgers tennis team when
Georgetown pays a visit to Piscataway. The Scarlet Knights (3-3,
0-1) look to halt a two-match losing streak and pick up their first
conference victory of the spring. The Knights haven't faced a Big
East opponent since a season-opening 7-0 loss at Syracuse. Senior
captain Caitlin Baker views today's match with the Hoyas (1-2, 0-2)
as a prime opportunity to start fresh within the conference.
Junior Amy Zhang was the only member of the Rutgers tennis team
to earn a point this weekend in losses to Binghamton and
Junior Amy Zhang boasts a 3-1 record as the No. 1 singles player
and is 2-2 on first doubles with either Katherine Arlak or Jen
Freshman singles player Michelle Green has a 2-2 record in the
spring season, but accepts the challenge of another road trip.
The Rutgers tennis team became a traveling show of late.
Sophomore Maryana Milchutskey trailed 4-0 in a match that
clinched the Rutgers tennis team's victory but stormed back to earn
the win. The Knights won each of their weekend road contests.
A memo to teams across the country — do not schedule a
Valentine's Day date with the Rutgers tennis team next year. If you
do, odds are Maryana Milchutskey will break your heart.
Milchutskey, a sophomore, clinched a 4-3 victory over Maryland for
the Scarlet Knights (3-1, 0-1) in the team's final match on Sunday
in College Park, MD. It marks the second consecutive Valentine's
Day that she has come up big in the same situation. Then a
freshman, Milchutskey put the finishing touches on a 2009 win over
Xavier. This year, she overcame the pressure and took down the
Senior captain Katherine Arlak and the Rutgers tennis team
rescheduled Wednesday's match against Lehigh because of snow.
In her last singles match, Amy Zhang won 6-0, 6-0. The junior
arrived at Rutgers as a highly-touted recruit from Texas.
Amy Zhang traveled a long and winding road on her way to
becoming Rutgers' tennis ace. Though she was born in China, Zhang
called Nebraska, California and Texas home at different points in
Junior Amy Zhang, above, led the Scarlet Knights to a 7-0 sweep,
winning first singles without surrendering a point. She and Jen
Holzberg combined to win first team doubles 8-5.
Mother Nature got in the way of the Rutgers tennis team's bid
for a second consecutive home victory Sunday as the biggest
snowstorm of the decade forced the cancellation of the Scarlet
Knights' Big East matchup with Georgetown.
Members of the Rutgers tennis team were not pleased with the
start of their spring season. Truth be told, they were downright
Despite a strong fall campaign, Amy Zhang still sees need for
improvement on the court.
Although it is not over yet, the fall season for the Rutgers
tennis team has left a good taste in the mouths of both its players
Michelle Green qualified for the semifinals in Flight H Singles
in the ultimate match of the Rutgers tennis team's fall season.
Sophomore Leonora Slatnick was the only Scarlet Knight to reach
the finals in the weekend's USTA Invitational in Queens.
The Rutgers tennis team ended its fall season yesterday with a
strong performance at the USTA Invitational in Queens.
Jennifer Holzberg is set to compete in the USTA Invitational
beginning this weekend in Queens, N.Y.
Jennifer Holzberg and Amy Zhang each led the women's tennis team
with three wins and one loss.