SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 // 1:00 PM
SERIES RECORD // SUFFOLK LEADS, 22-4
BOSTON – Suffolk women's tennis makes the trip to New Haven, Connecticut, Saturday, Sept. 14 for a GNAC battle at Albertus Magnus. First serve between the Rams and Falcons is scheduled for 1 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
Suffolk women's tennis suffered a 9-0 setback to Bridgewater State Thursday night at the Belmont Hill School
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Suffolk is off to a sluggish start at 0-5 on the year and 0-1 in GNAC play.
The Rams, who look for their first point of the week, are anchored by the rookie racquet of Alyssa Blade in singles action, who sports a 2-3 mark from the fifth position.
Albertus Magnus sits 0-3 on the year and 0-1 in GNAC matches after falling to Johnson & Wales, 9-0, last Saturday.
Nallely Magana and Mariah Mandulak have each picked up a singles win on the season on courts three and two, respectively, while Jessica Coughling (0-3) has competed as the Falcons ace in their trio of matches.
Two different Albertus Magnus partnerships have registered one win in doubles play in the top team of Coughlin and Mandulak (1-2) and the second squad of Cassie Couture and Magana.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk leads the all-time series with Albertus Magnus, which dates back to 1993, 22-4.
- The Rams have won the last 17 meetings with the Falcons, dating back to Sept. 29, 2001.
- Sixteen matches have been decided by a cleansheet with the blue-and-gold owning a 15-1 record in such situations.
Suffolk remains on the road when steps out of conference competition at UMass Boston Tuesday, Sept. 17. The match is set for a 3:30 p.m. start time.