Dominant Win Gives Cowgirl Tennis a Road Trip Split

March 16, 2005


The Wyoming Cowgirl tennis team closed out their four match road swing with a dominating 7-0 win over the Colgate Raiders, on Wednesday morning, in Daytona Beach, Florida. The Cowgirls improve to 7-5 overall, after going 2-2 on the road trip, while the Raiders also sit at 7-5 overall.

In doubles play, the Cowgirls earned the point by winning all three matches. The number one team of Corina Lazar and Amy Senko earned an 8-3 win over Jamie Maldow and Alex Seaton. Patricia Chien and Karolina Rowinski ousted Marissa Alikpala and Lilien Vo, 8-2, at the number two spot, while the team of Andrea House and Gwen Moser closed things out with an 8-4 win against Ali Grabler and Lindsay Grossman.

Wyoming also took over in singles play as they swept all six matches led by Patricia Chien over Marissa Alikpala (5-1 retired). Freshman Corina Lazar won her seventh singles match in a row with a 6-1, 6-1 win against Jamie Maldow, while sophomore Karolina Rowinski battled back with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Alex Seaton. At the number four spot, Andrea House won easily (6-0, 6-1) against Lindsay Grossman and Amy Senko defeated Lilien Vo in straight sets (6-1, 6-0). Wyoming rounded out singles play with a Michelle Brown victory over Ali Grabler, 6-1, 6-2.

UW will now open up Mountain West Conference play next week on the road. They will face the Utah Utes, on Friday, March 25 in Salt Lake City, then the BYU Cougars, on Saturday, March 26 in Provo, Utah.

Wyoming 7 Colgate 0

SinglesNo. 1 Patricia Chien (WY) def. Marissa Alikpala (COL), 5-1 ret.No. 2 Corina Lazar (WY) def. Jamie Maldow (COL), 6-1, 6-1No. 3 Karolina Rowinski (WY) def. Alex Seaton (COL), 6-4, 6-3No. 4 Andrea House (WY) def. Lindsay Grossman (COL), 6-0, 6-1No. 5 Amy Senko (WY) def. Lilien Vo (COL), 6-1, 6-0No. 6 Michelle Brown (WY) def. Ali Grabler (COL), 6-1, 6-2

DoublesNo. 1 Lazar/Senko (WY) def. Maldow/Seaton (COL), 8-3No. 2 Rowinski/Chien (WY) def. Alikpala/Vo (COL), 8-2No. 3 House/Gwen Moser (WY) def. Grabler/Grossman (COL), 8-4