Women’s tennis defeats Sacramento State 4–3
Another weekend in California turned out well for Nevada women’s tennis. On Feb. 11, the women faced Sacramento State and won 4–3.
Two of the three doubles matches were won by Nevada. Number ones Milka Genkova and Anastasia Luneva lost 5–7. Selina Turulja and Mariana Campino beat number twos Megan Tagaloa and Weronika Ejsmont 7–5. Finally, Cristina Moll Alles and Gabriella Charalampidi won their match 6–3.
In singles matches, the women won three of six matches.
Court three finished first with Campino leading in both sets 7–5 and 6–2. Next, Moll Alles led 7–6 in the first set and won 6–1 in the second set.
The next two matches were losses for Nevada. Luneva went into three sets with Tsveti Yotova. Luneva led in the first set 6–3, lost 6–1 in the second and 6–2 in the third. Charalampidi lost in two sets to Alexis Johnson, 5–7 and 6–2.
Number two Genkova went into three sets and won the match. She won the first set 6–1, lost the second 3–6 but won the last 6–1. The last game that finished was number four Turulja against Paige Alter. Turulja was able to win the first set 6–2 but lost the last two sets 4–6.
All together, the women’s team was able to put up enough wins to finish 4–3 against yet another California school. They are now 4–1 overall in the season and will be away at BYU on Feb.18.
Kelsey Middleton can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @kelsmiddleunr
Originally published at http://nevadasagebrush.com.