Nov. 7, 2015
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KALAMAZOO, Michigan – – The University of Iowa women’s tennis team wrapped up another stellar day at the Western Michigan Super Challenge. The doubles team of Aimee Tarun and Adorabol Huckleby went 2-0 in their doubles play against Marquette University. Zoe Douglas and Anastasia Reimchen had another solid day on the doubles court, winning the ¾ playoff in Flight A doubles.
Huckleby and Douglas are advancing to the finals in each of their singles flights. Taylor Tamblyn won her singles match against Courtney Hebard to improve to 5-2 this fall.
“Dori, Zoe, and Taylor competed very well today,” said UI head coach Katie Dougherty. “We battled in singles this afternoon and played a number of tight matches. I’m pleased with how we’ve competed this weekend and look forward to finishing our fall season on a high note tomorrow.”
Tournament action resumes Sunday at 8 a.m. (CT).
Abbie Pahz (U of L) def. Anastasia Reimchen (Iowa) 6-4, 3-6, 6-2
Zoe Douglas (Iowa) def. Kim Schmider (IU) 6-2, 5-7, 6-2
Ariana Rodriguez (U of L) def. Natalie Looney (Iowa) 6-3, 7-6 (5)
Aleeza Kanner (MU) def. Aimee Tarun (Iowa) 7-6, (2) 6-0
Adorabol Huckleby (Iowa) def. Tormos Sanchez (MU) 6-3, 6-4
Taylor Tamblyn (Iowa) def. Courtney Hebard (MU) 6-3, 6-4
Leoni Daems (MU) def. Carin Runefelt (Iowa) 5-7, 6-3, 6-2
Doubles Round Three
Huckleby/Tarun (Iowa) def. Tokar/Kanner (MU) 7-5
Dohanics/Thoms (Iowa) def. Paul/Stokes (U of L) 7-5
Ambrosio/Gebes (MU) def. Reimchen/Douglas (Iowa) 6-2
Appel/McLean (IU) def. Looney/Runefelt (Iowa) 6-2
Doubles Round Four
Huckleby/Tarun (Iowa) def. Hebard/Tormos (MU) 7-5
Boesing/Pahz (U of L) def. Dohanics/Thoms (Iowa) 6-4
Reimchen/Douglas (Iowa) def. Fevralev/Azcui (WMU) 6-0
Gutierrez/Wolf (IU) def. Looney/Crawford (Iowa) 6-1