SATURDAY, OCT. 5 // 6:00 PM
SERIES RECORD // SUFFOLK TRAILS, 7-17
BOSTON – After a week off, Suffolk women's tennis travels to Johnson & Wales Saturday, Oct. 5 for a 6 p.m. matchup with the Wildcats at Centre Court in Riverside, R.I.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's tennis team fell to Simmons, 8-1, in GNAC play at the Daly Courts on September 28.
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Suffolk looks to snap a four-match skid that put the Rams 1-9 in the year and 1-4 in GNAC contests.
In doubles, the tandem of Ascic and Kendall Smith lead the way with a 3-7 mark from the top court. Jordan Miller and Bianca Prescott (2-7) have also picked up a pair of doubles points from the second spot.
Johnson & Wales has coupled back-to-back wins together to improve to 9-1. The Wildcats boast an unblemished 5-0 GNAC mark.
Claire Parry has held down JWU's top spot and brings an 8-1 record into Saturday's showdown. The Wildcats ace has partnered with Drew Bobey as the team's top doubles. The junior and sophomore have combined for a 5-3 ledger.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk trails the all-time series with Johnson & Wales, 7-17.
- The Rams look to snap a three-match skid versus the Wildcats.
- The blue-and-gold look for its first victory over JWU since a 5-3 triumph Oct. 8, 2016.
Suffolk steps away from conference competition when it wraps up its road schedule at UMass Dartmouth Thursday, Oct. 10. First serve between the Rams and Corsairs is set for 3:00 p.m.