WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19 // 6:00 PM
SERIES RECORD // SUFFOLK TRAILS, 6-8 (SINCE 1997)
BOSTON – The Suffolk women's tennis team returns GNAC action Wednesday, Sept. 19 when it entertains Regis at North Reading High School. First serve is set for 6 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's tennis team dropped a non-league match on Saturday afternoon against crosstown foe Emerson by a 6-3 margin at St. John's Prep.
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Suffolk has been on a see-saw of wins and losses this season as it sits 2-4 overall and 1-1 in conference contests.
Freshman Ilda Ascic has been the most successful singles player through six matches with a 4-2 overall record all in the second slot. The Rams' ace Delaney Dunlap and Jordan Miller, who has played on courts five and six, each sit 3-3 on the year.
Regis is off to a heart start this season with a 3-1 record including back-to-back wins to enter the midweek match against Suffolk. Overall, the Pride has given up just five points over four matches.
Ariana McCormack has held down Regis' top spot in singles action and she is one of three Pride with a 3-1 ledger. Katasha Jarvis and Lauren Mogelnicki also sport 3-1 records. Jarvis has played in spots two and three, while Mogelnickci has seen action at three and four. Carly Donovan is the only unbeaten singles player for Regis with a 3-0 record all in the second slot.
Jarvis and McCormak partner for the top team and are 3-1 overall.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- The Suffolk, Regis series dates back to the 1997 season.
- The Rams trail the all-time meetings with the Pride, 6-8.
- Since 2005, Suffolk is 4-2 against Regis.
- The Pride picked up the last two meetings against the Rams, both by 5-4 margins.
Suffolk remains in conference competition Saturday, Sept. 22 when it travels to Eastern Nazarene for a 1 p.m. match.