UCCS women's tennis team crushed Colorado Christian 9-0

By Brooke Babcock published April 19, 2006

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team crushed the Colorado Christian University Cougars 9-0 on Wednesday at the Country Club of Colorado.

In doubles play at No. 1 Katie McPhail and Natascha Vander Molen beat Amy Fager and Becky Mogle 8-0. At No.2 Lauren Schmidt and Katelyn Towne won their doubles match 8-1. No. 3 Charis Lopez and Kim Howard won by default.

At No. 1 singles Katie McPhail increased her winning streak to six games when she overwhelmed the Cougar's Amy Fager 6-1, 6-0. No. 2 Lauren Schmidt defeated Jessi Kerbaway with a score of 6-2, 6-1. Natascha Vander Molen, Katelyn Town, and Charis Lopez all won their singles matches against Colorado Christian 6-0, 6-0. At No. 6 Kim Howard won her match by default.

The Mountain Lions are now 8-11 on the season and 4-2 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference going into the RMAC Tournament starting on Friday April 21-23.

UCCS Players/Staff Featured

Kimberly HowardKimberly Howard
Kimberly HowardKimberly Howard
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Natascha Vander-MolenNatascha Vander-MolenSr.
Natascha Vander-MolenNatascha Vander-MolenSr.
Katie McPhailKatie McPhail
Katie McPhailKatie McPhail
Katie McPhailKatie McPhail
Lauren SchmidtLauren Schmidt
Katelyn TowneKatelyn Towne
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