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Senior Vanessa Petrini said Rutgers will win this weekend by focusing on its doubles strategy. The Knights look to end the regular season with two wins to extend their win streak to seven games. Petrini and senior Stefanie Balasa will be honored in Sunday’s final home match.
Looking to continue riding a five-game winning this weekend, the Rutgers tennis team will host Villanova and St. John’s this weekend.
Junior Lindsay Balsamo went down to Florida during the offseason to improve her endurance and skills. Balsamo is 10-1 in singles matches this season.
Many athletes know the key to success is to win in the offseason. Putting in those long, grueling hours in the summer and fall pays dividends when it’s time to play months later.
Normally, a 6-1 win in tennis means the match was not close at all. For the Rutgers tennis team, it could not have been more different.
Senior co-captain Vanessa Petrini said that Rutgers’ success this season stems from remaining focused and playing hard early in the season.
Unfortunate weather throughout the season caused the Rutgers tennis team to face inconvenient conditions.
Sophomore Lindsey Kayati said that the team has worked hard to obtain a good conference record. A victory against the Huskies would push Rutgers to a 3-1 record in conference play.
The Rutgers tennis team will travel today to face the struggling Connecticut Huskies.
Senior co-captain Vanessa Petrini has proven to be a dynamic player for the Rutgers tennis team. Her 10-5 singles record thus far this season speaks for itself.
Senior co-captain Vanessa Petrini won the top singles match 6-2, 7-7 (2) against Fordham at the Atlantic Club yesterday.
Riding a three-match winning streak, the Rutgers tennis team extended it four wins with its 5-2 victory yesterday over Fordham at the Atlantic Club in Manalapan, N.J.
Senior Vanessa Petrini said Rutgers’ confidence and morale is high after going 2-1 in New Orleans over the spring recess. Rutgers will play Temple after improving to 9-4 on the season.
Following a successful three-match set in New Orleans, the Rutgers tennis team returns home to face fellow AAC rival Temple tomorrow, followed by Fordham on Sunday.
A fourth-straight victory propelled the Rutgers tennis team to a 7-3 record on the season.
Sophomore Lindsey Kayati said Rutgers will not overlook Delaware despite its 3-3 record. Rutgers seeks redemption from last year’s loss to the Blue Hens.
A tough loss to Delaware last year has the Rutgers tennis team motivated to bounce back this season.
Senior Vanessa Petrini credited the Knights’ aggressive strategy in doubles matches for the team’s three-game winning streak.
The Rutgers tennis team earned a decisive 6-1 victory against Binghamton (2-6) on Friday at the East Brunswick Racquet Club.
The Binghamton Bearcats are an unfamiliar foe for the Rutgers tennis team, as the two teams have not played each other in four seasons.