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No. 9 Women's Tennis Earns Third Sweep of 2019 in 7-0 Victory Over West Chester

No. 9 Women's Tennis Earns Third Sweep of 2019 in 7-0 Victory Over West Chester

LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's tennis dominated on Monday afternoon, defeating West Chester, 7-0, at the Wynee Warden Tennis Center. The No. 9 Moccasins (9-0) won all sets in singles and doubles compeition without allowing the Golden Rams (2-3) to win more than three games. The 7-0 victory is the third sweep for the Mocs this season and the fourth that the Mocs won without allowing a match to their opponent.

Magda Stepnik improved to 8-0 in singles competition while Avery Hunter also remained undefeated after a dominant 6-1, 6-0 performance in the No. 6 singles flight, improving to 4-0 in singles competition. Selin Devrimci won her sixth-straight singles match, improving to 6-1 in the No. 1 singles flight and No. 50 Lorena Rionda improved to 6-1 in singles competition with a pair of 6-0 sweeps in the No. 2 singles flight. Florida Southern as a team are 42-7 in singles competition and 20-6 in doubles competition, with every Moccasin sporting a winning record in both singles and doubles flights.

HOW IT HAPPENED:

Singles competition
1. Selin Devrimci (FSCW) def. Rylee Power (WCU-W) 6-3, 6-2
2. #50 Lorena Rionda (FSCW) def. Alyssa Skulsky (WCU-W) 6-0, 6-0
3. Magda Stepnik (FSCW) def. Danisa Errid (WCU-W) 6-3, 6-1
4. Minnie Kim (FSCW) def. Leandra Roelker (WCU-W) 6-0, 6-1
5. Lola Asis (FSCW) def. Elaina Rochford (WCU-W) 6-1, 6-1
6. Avery Hunter (FSCW) def. Shannon Nixon (WCU-W) 6-1, 6-0
Doubles competition
1. Selin Devrimci/Minnie Kim (FSCW) def. Rylee Power/Alyssa Skulsky (WCU-W) 6-1
2. Lorena Rionda/Magda Stepnik (FSCW) def. Leandra Roelker/Danisa Errid (WCU-W) 6-0
3. Lola Asis/Gabby Hesse (FSCW) def. Elaina Rochford/Sofia Von Der Hyde (WCU-W) 6-0
Match Notes
West Chester University 2-3
Florida Southern 9-0; National ranking #9; Regional ranking #6
Order of finish: Doubles (3,2,1); Singles (2,4,5,1,6,3)

UP NEXT:

The Moccasins will face their first challenge since upsetting then-No.2 West Florida on Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. when they take on No. 13 North Georgia at the Wynee Warden Tennis Center.