Women's tennis falls to 0-9

By Doug Fitzgerald published April 12, 2004

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team remained winless with a 9-0 loss to the Colorado College Tigers Monday.

Playing without No. 1 singles player Lauren Daniels, the rest of the Mountain Lions' were bumped up a spot and Kim Howard, who has played mostly doubles the past few matches, competed at the No. 6 singles spot.

Howard, who was the team's primary No. 6 player last season, showed no rust in winning her first set 6-4 over Colorado College's Maggie Lindsay. Lindsay rallied, however, and took the final two sets 6-1 and 6-2.

Danele Brennenstuhl and Kim Barberi also took their opponents to three sets but neither could win the deciding third set.

CU-Colorado Springs is now winless in nine matches this season. Colorado College is 6-6.

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