Women’s Tennis Closes Homestand in GNAC Opener vs. Mt. Ida

Women’s Tennis Closes Homestand in GNAC Opener vs. Mt. Ida
SEPTEMBER 23 | 12:30 PM

 SERIES: Suffolk leads, 11-0
LAST MEETING: Oct. 19, 2016, W, 5-0

BOSTON – Coming off its victory of the season, the Suffolk women's tennis team caps off a four-match homestand Saturday, Sept. 23 as it entertains Mount Ida in the Rams' GNAC opener. First serve at North Reading High School is set for 12 p.m.

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The Suffolk women's tennis team found itself in the win column for the first time in 2017 as the Rams took down Wentworth, 6-3, Thursday night at North Reading High School.

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Suffolk snapped a three-match skid Thursday night to record its first win under Interim Head Coach Matt Tiberii move to 1-3 on the season. 

The Rams have used just about an identical lineup throughout their four matches with Delaney Dunlap (1-3) owning the ace spot for the blue-and-gold. Danlyn Medou's single racquet has been the most successful with the sophomore boasting a 2-2 ledger at the lower end of the ladder. Elena Cisneros Garcia (1-3) and Meagan French (1-3) have also earned singles victories for Suffolk this season. 

Dunlap and Keely Hardy are unbeaten in doubles, 1-0, while French and Jacquelyn Nakamura hold a 1-1 mark in doubles play.

Mt. Ida picked up its first win of the year, a 7-2 decision over Becker, before falling in its GNAC opener, 7-2, to Becker to bring a 1-3 overall and 0-1 league ledger into Saturday's showdown. 

Ginger Boodakian has a hand in three of the Mustangs, eight points this season. As Mt. Ida's ace she sports a 2-2 record. She also teams up with Mary O'Donnell as the team's top tandem, which holds a 1-3 record. 

O'Donnell, Cierra Peaslee, Amanda Garner and Kelsey Wallace have each tallied one singles win with the team of Garner and Wallace picking up one victory on the doubles court.


  • Suffolk holds an unbeaten 11-0 record over Mt. Ida.
  • The Rams have shutout the Mustangs in all, but one meeting all-time.
  • Suffolk has turned in cleansheets versus Mt. Ida in seven straight meetings dating back to 2012.
  • The blue and gold has only given up one point to Mustangs in the all-time series in 2011, an 8-1 Suffolk win.

Suffolk hits the road for the next six matches of the season. The road trip begins for the Rams with a midweek match at Regis Wednesday, Sept. 27. First serve is set for 4:30 p.m.