Women’s Tennis Returns to GNAC Play at Albertus Magnus Saturday

Women’s Tennis Returns to GNAC Play at Albertus Magnus Saturday

 SERIES: Suffolk leads, 20-4
LAST MEETING: Oct. 1, 2016, W, 9-0

BOSTON – Coming off a non-conference victory, the Suffolk women's tennis team heads to New Haven, Connecticut, Saturday, Sept. 30 to battle Albertus Magnus. First serve is scheduled for 1 p.m.SOCIALIZE

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The Suffolk women's tennis team returned to the win column Thursday night as the Rams put together an 8-1 triumph over out-of-league foe Lesley at Buckingham, Browne & Nichols.

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Suffolk sits at 3-4 overall and 1-1 against conference counterparts this season. 

Danlyn Medou has been the most consistent racquet for Suffolk this season. The sophomore sports a 4-2 singles ledger at the lower end of the ladder including an unbeaten 3-0 mark in the sixth spot. Delaney Dunlap has played excusively as Suffolk's ace with the junior owning a 3-4 mark. Elena Cisneros Garcia and Keely Hardy are also 3-4. Cisneros Garcia has split her time on courts two and three, while Hardy has played all seven contests in the fourth position. 

In doubles play, Dunlap and Hardy are unbeaten 4-0 in the second slot. Three different pairs have competed as Suffolk's top tandem. The junior, senior partnership of Cisneros Garcia and Isabel Rathlev are the only duo to pick up a win on the first court.

The last three matches for Albertus Magnus have been decided in shutout fashion with the Falcons sandwiching a win around two setbacks to head into the weekend at 4-3 overall and 1-3 in league play. 

Albertus Magnus has used the same singles lineup through its seven outings with four Falcons all boasting 3-3 ledgers; Jessica Coughlin (No. 2), Izzy Sabino (No. 3), Kelsea Wildman (No. 4) and Nallely Magana (No. 5). Alicia Weaver is 1-5 in the top spot for Albertus. 

The Falcons are led in doubles by the team of Magana and Paige Williams, who have teamed up for a 3-3 record all on court three.


  • Suffolk leads the all-time series versus Albertus Magnus, which began in 1993, 20-4.
  • The Rams have won the last 15 meetings with the Falcons, dating back to Sept. 29, 2001.
  • Fifteen matches have been decided by a cleansheet with the blue-gold owning a 14-1 record in such situations.

Suffolk and Lesley will have a rematch Monday, Oct. 2. Match time at Buckingham, Browne & Nichols is set for 7:30 p.m.