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Badgers defeat Cornhuskers, 4-0 | Wisconsin Badgers

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MADISON, Wis. –  The No. 29 Wisconsin women’s tennis team now has 11-straight wins after defeating Nebraska, 4-0, today, March 21, inside Nielsen Tennis Stadium.

With 11-straight wins, the team ties its longest win streak, which was set during the 1996 season.

At No. 2 doubles, Taylor Cataldi and Rosie Garcia Gross breezed through their set, taking down the Cornhuskers 6-3. The clinching point for doubles came down to a nail-biter, with the two remaining pairs forcing extra games. Maria Sholokhova and Xinyu Cai pulled through to secure the victory, 7-5.

Ariel Johnson was the first singles player off the court, recording scores of 6-2 and 6-3. Garcia Gross was the deciding match, winning her first, and making a comeback in the second to clinch, 6-4.


Sholokhova/Cai def. Lacasse/Pietrowicz: 7-5

Garcia Gross/Cataldi def. Danilchenko/Zamburek: 6-3

Reynoldson/Martin retired A. Gallego/Loy: 6-6


Maria Sholokhova def. Lacasse: 6-2, 6-4

Taylor Cataldi retired Danilchenko: 6-3

Xinyu Cai retired Adrover: 6-1, 5-7

Ariel Johnson def. Pietrowicz: 6-2, 6-3

Zambruek retired Kája Jacobson: 7-5, 2-6

Rosie Garcia def. Roa: 6-2, 6-4

Up Next

The Badgers will travel to Evanston, Ill. to face Northwestern on Friday, April 5. Doubles will begin at 4:30 p.m., with singles to follow.

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