NCAA Womens Tennis

Sun Devils Remain Perfect at Home, Beat Quakers 6-1

TEMPE, Ariz. — The No. 27 Sun Devil Women’s Tennis team (11-2, 1-0) completed their three-match homestand by defeating the Pennsylvania Quakers (8-4), 6-1, backed by a strong doubles effort and steady singles play.

The doubles team of Patricija Spaka and Domenika Turkovic, who are ranked No. 11 by the ITA, breezed their way to victory on Court 1. The duo dominated their opponents to take the first doubles victory, 6-2. Sedona Gallagher and Rachel Hanford were not far behind on Court 2, taking the second win 6-2 to secure the doubles point. The Sun Devils have now taken the double point in 12 of 13 matches this season.

They clinched the win with three quick singles wins, via Rachel Hanford, Turkovic and Gallagher. Hanford made quick work of her opponent on Court 6, taking the first singles match in straight sets, 6-2, 6-1.

Turkovic battled with her opponent in their first set but ultimately came out victorious. She rode the momentum from the first set and handily defeated her opponent in the second, 6-1, to grow the the Sun Devil lead to 3-0.

Gallagher then clinched the win in commanding fashion for the Sun Devils by defeating her opponent in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2. 

Marianna Argyrokastriti battled in a close match on Court 3 and triumphed in straight sets 6-4, 6-3. The junior Agryrokastriti now leads the Sun Devils in wins with 12 on the season.

After losing the first set…

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