Bailly Picks Up 70th Career Singles Win in Final Home Match, Pack Shuts Out Hawai`i
RENO, Nev. - On the final home match of her career with the University of Nevada, senior Caroline Bailly picked up a pair of victories as the No. 56 Wolf Pack shut out Hawai`i 7-0 Monday at Lakeridge Tennis Club.
Bailly, the lone senior from Liege, Belgium, picked up her 70th career singles win in the No. 1 position, defeating Sophie Kobuch 6-3, 6-1. Bailly, who is second in Nevada’s (8-8, 3-1 Western Athletic Conference) all-time career singles list, is 13 wins away from tying Tracy King (1990-91) for the number one spot.
Sophomore Florence De Vyre picked up her 14th win on the season in the No. 2 spot, defeating Ellen Linsenbolz 6-2, 5-7, 6-2. Along with Bailly, who also has 14 wins this season in singles, De Vrye is three wins away from tying the eighth position in the all-time singles wins list in a season, held by three players, Bailly and Myriam Bouchlaka in 2005-06 and Vania Apodaca in the 2000-01 season.
Junior Maria Mizyuk picked up her 50th career win in singles in the No. 3 position, defeating Anja-Vanessa Peter 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. Mizyuk is now the fifth player in team history to reach that milestone and she is also one win away from tying Leanne Maitland (1995-98) and Biljana Trpeska (1999-2003) for third in the all-time career wins column.
Also for the Wolf Pack, sophomores Caroline Stevens, Lais Ogata and Aodhnait Lombard each picked up a singles victory. Stevens defeated Melinda Wong 6-4, 6-0 in No. 4, Ogata defeated Alyssa Nafarrete 6-2, 3-6, 10-2 in the No. 5 position and Lombard defeated Aglae Van den Bergh 6-2, 3-6, 10-5 in No. 6.
In doubles, Bailly and Mizyuk extended their all-time career doubles win to 46, defeating Kobuch and Peter in the No. 1 position. Lombard and Stevens defeated Wong and Nafarrete in the No. 2 position and Ogata and De Vrye defeated Linsenbolz and Van den Bergh in the No. 3 spot.
Nevada will hit the road next weekend as the Wolf Pack heads to the Bay Area for two matches. On Friday in San Jose, Nevada continues its WAC schedule facing Idaho at San Jose State’s Spartan Courts. Then on Saturday, the Wolf Pack will head to San Francisco to face the University of San Francisco.