|OCTOBER 7 | 12 PM
USJ TENNIS COURTS
WEST HAVEN, CONN.
| SERIES: Suffolk leads 10-0 * Since 2007
LAST MEETING: Oct. 10, 2016, W, 7-2
BOSTON – Riding a four-match win streak, the Suffolk women's tennis team continues to its road stretch Saturday, Oct. 7 as the Rams pay a visit to Saint Joseph (Conn.). First serve versus the Bluejays is scheduled for 12 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's tennis team landed on the right side of a 5-4 decision for the first time this season as Elena Cisneros Garcia maintained her composure and sent the Rams over Salve Regina, 5-4, at the Antone Center Tennis Courts Thursday afternoon.
Suffolk's four-match win streak pushed the Rams record to 6-4 overall and 2-1 versus conference competition.
As Suffolk's ace, Delaney Dunlap owns a 6-4 ledger. On the other end of the ladder, Danlyn Medou sports the team's best singles record with the sophomore sitting at 7-2 overall. Ahilya Malhoutra, meanwhile, is unbeaten in singles action at 4-0 playing on courts four, five and six.
The tandem of Dunalp and Keely Hardy pace Suffolk in doubles play as the tandem is 5-1 on the first and second court, respectively.
Saint Joseph (Conn.) (3-5, 1-3 GNAC) takes a two-match win streak, which includes a sweep of Becker and a 7-2 victory versus Albertus Magnus, into Saturday's showdown.
Lucy Roberge has played exclusively as the Bluejays ace. The junior picked up back-to-back victories to move to 2-6 on the year.
In doubles, Rober has partnered with Leah Nguyen. Similar to singles action for Roberge, the team has picked up two straight wins to own a 2-6 mark.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Since 2007, Suffolk is unbeaten versus USJ, rattling off 10 consecutive wins versus the Bluejays.
- Suffolk secured the last three meetings by 7-2 decisions.
- The Rams have swept the Bluejays three times in the last 10 meetings in 2012, 2010 and 2007.
Suffolk wraps up its road swing at Johnson & Wales Wednesday, Oct. 11.