April 18, 2014
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The University of Nevada women's tennis team was defeated in its final action of the regular season on Friday, falling to San Jose State by a score of 4-3.
The Wolf Pack (11-9, 2-3 MW) could not come out victorious in its final action of the regular season, and split its two meetings with San Jose State (10-13, 1-3 MW) after the loss. It gives Nevada four losses in its last five matches to finish the season, and dropped the Pack's away record to 4-5 (1-1 on neutral sites). The Wolf Pack took all three doubles matches to snag the early 1-0 lead, but could only grab one singles victory in closing the day.
Michelle Okhremchuk and Sheila Morales topped Marie Klocker and Gaelle Rey, 8-5, on court one to begin doubles play. Following was Sheila Smiley and Juliette Legendre, as they bounced Julianna Bacelar and Jessica Willett on court two, 8-4. Caroline Konigsfeldt and Monika Magusiak grabbed the third doubles victory, as they stopped Justine Deleval and Sabastiani Leon Chao, 8-4, on court three.
The two singles victories came on courts five and six, as Legendre and Magusiak came out on top. Magusiak dispatched Deleval in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1 on court six, while Legendre disposed of Willett on court five, 7-6, 6-3.
The Wolf Pack will be in action again next week when it travels to Fresno, Calif. for the Mountain West championships.
- Okhremchuk/Morales Hildago (Nevada) def. Marie Klocker/ Gaelle Rey (SJSU), 8-5.
- Smiley/Legendary (Nevada) def. Julianna Bacelar/ Jessica Willett (SJSU), 8-4.
- Konigsfeldt/Magusiak (Nevada) def. Justine Deleval/ Sabastiani Leon Chao(SJSU), 8-4.
- Marie Klocker (SJSU) def. Michelle Okhremchuk (Nevada), 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
- Gaelle Rey (SJSU) def. Sheila Morales Hidalgo (Nevada), 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.
- Sabastiani Leon Chao (SJSU) def. Sheila Smiley (Nevada), 6-4, 6-3.
- Julianna Bacelar (SJSU) def. Caroline Konigsfeldt (Nevada), 6-0, 6-0.
- Juliette Legendre (Nevada) def. Jessica Willett (SJSU), 7-6, 6-3.
- Monika Magusiak (Nevada) def. Justine Deleval (SJSU), 6-1, 6-1.