The UCCS women's tennis team was overwhelmed in a 9-0 loss to CC
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team was overwhelmed by the Colorado College Tigers in a 9-0 loss on Thursday at Colorado College.
In singles play at No. 2 Lauren Schmidt was defeated by Lori Goldstein in a 6-3, 6-3 decision. At No. 6 Charis Lopez also had a 6-3, 6-3 loss to Maggie Lindsey. Also Katie McPhail and Katelyn Towne both had a score of 6-2, 6-3 in their losses to the Tigers.
In doubles play Jessika Kardel and Lauren Schmidt did the best for the Mountain Lions with an 8-5 loss to Hilary Zellerbach and Leah Zipperstein. Katie McPhail and Natascha Vander Molen were defeated with a score of 8-4 to Lily Dashiell and Lori Goldstein.
The Mountain Lions' are now 2-5 overall.
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