Women’s tennis wins fourth in a row

The Eagles beat Stanislaus State in a tight match, 4-3.

Zachary Devane, Deputy Sports Editor

Women’s tennis got their fourth win in a row on Saturday, Feb. 29 against California State University, Stanislaus. The Eagles took care of business early, claiming the doubles point, then continued their domination throughout the singles matches to earn a decisive 4-3 win.


In the past three wins for the Eagles, they have been able to win the doubles point. Today was no different as they won all three matches to secure the one point that was crucial in placing them over Stanislaus State.

Despite the tight final score, the Eagles secured the win against the Warriors after the fourth singles match was won. Freshman Colbyshae Emery closed out her opponent in straight sets, winning her first set 6-4 and her second 6-3. 

Sophomore Ines Diaz and freshman Brooke Fager also won their singles matches. Diaz dominated her opponent, winning the first set 6-2 and the second 6-0. Fager was equally efficient, finishing both her sets 6-3. Senior Allison Torres and junior Madison Swaney both lost their matches in straight sets.

The Eagles (6-5) will look to continue their winning streak as they head to San Diego, California to face Point Loma Nazarene University on Monday, March 2 at 4 p.m.

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