Women's Tennis Starts Season off with a loss
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs lost its spring season opener 5-4 to the Colorado College Tigers Saturday at the Country Club of Colorado.
The Mountain Lions fell down 2-1 after doubles action with the lone win coming from freshman Jessica Kardell and Katie McPhail who won 8-6 at No. 2 doubles.
The singles matches were tightly contested. Five of the six went to the third set. Kim Barberi, Danelle Brennenstuhl, and Kim Howard all came away with wins.
CU-Colorado Springs will be back in action Mar. 12 against defending Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Champion Metro State.
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|March 31, 2004||Brennenstuhl wins twice but women's tennis falls||Despite a pair of wins by senior Danele Brennenstuhl, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team was defeated 7-2 by the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves Wednesday at the Broadmoor.|
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