Lady Hawks Fall, 6-3, to Berry on Sunday


By WNCF Staff

MONTGOMERY, Ala. --- Huntingdon College's women's tennis team lost 6-3 against Berry College at Huntingdon's tennis courts on Sunday afternoon.

The Lady Hawks fell behind 2-1 after dropping two doubles matches. Kati Bryant and Kristin McDaniel picked up Huntingdon's first point after winning 8-4 in their doubles match against the Vikings.

Berry pulled out the victory by taking four of the six singles matches against the Lady Hawks. Katie Scott and Bryant were Huntingdon's only two singles points. Individually, Bryant enjoyed a successful day winning in both her doubles and singles matches against the Vikings.

The Lady Hawks (1-1) travel to Sewanee, Tenn. on Saturday, Mar. 5, taking on the University of the South and Rhodes College beginning at 8:30 a.m.

Complete Results


1.Marina Lebrao/Kendal Ruffner (BC) def. Hannah Creamer/Jaclyn Crossman (HC), 8-0
2.Laura Cunningham/Caitlin Smith (BC) def. Katie Scott/Christian Vick (HC), 8-3
3.Kristin McDaniel/Kati Bryant (HC) def. Keri McGinnis/Liz Stepp (BC), 8-4


1. Katie Scott (HC) def. Marina Lebrao (BC), 7-6 (4), 6-4
2. Kendal Ruffner (BC) def. Hannah Creamer (HC), 6-2, 6-1
3. Laura Cunningham (BC) def. Kristin McDaniel (HC), 6-7, 6-2, 7-6
4. Caitlin Smith (BC) def. Jaclyn Crossman (HC), 6-3, 7-6 (5)
5. Liz Stepp (BC) def. Christian Vick (HC), 6-3, 7-6 (7)
6. Kati Bryant (HC) def. Keri McGinnis (BC), 7-5, 7-5

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