Women’s tennis shuts out MSU Denver

The Eagles annihilate the Roadrunners 7-0.

Charlotte McKinley, Staff Writer

On March 24, women’s tennis played at home against Metropolitan State University of Denver and won, 7-0. Their win streak extended to 14 with this game marking their fifth shutout of the season.


The Eagles had an intense morning playing against the Roadrunners in doubles. Biola won the doubles point and they prevented MSU Denver from winning any matches.

Freshman Alexandria Mann and sophomore Brooke Fager’s match ended first with a Biola victory 6-2. Juniors Colbeyshae Emery and Mary Brascia ended second, victoring 6-1. Junior Ines Diaz and sophomore Gaby Carvajal ended their match last, scoring 6-3.


In singles, Biola soared on to win all six matches. In Brascia’s match, she beat her opponent 6-3 the first round and after battling hard to break a tie, finally victored over her opponent 7-6. Emery finished second, her game going for three matches. She beat her opponent 6-2, lost 4-6 and finally victored 6-1. Fager finished next, scoring 6-0 and 7-6.

Carvajal soundly defeated her opponent 6-2 both matches. Mann had a difficult time with her opponent with her game going for three matches. She won the first match 6-3, lost 2-6 and secured the win 6-1. Sophomore Lilly McNeill finished last with a three-match game scoring 7-3, 3-6 and 6-3.

Biola won, 7-0.

Women’s tennis (17-1) will drive to Azusa, California to face off against rival Azusa Pacific University on March 26 at 10 a.m. Footage and stats from the game are located on the Biola Athletics website.

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