Black Mountain, NC – Columbia College tennis dropped AAC Conference opponent Montreat College on Tuesday, April 10th, by 1 point to finish 5-4.
- Elizabeth Beary / Hayley Taylor def. Andrea Dimitrijevic / Madyson Murphy 8-5
- Caitlyn Wolf / Sarah McClendon def. Cierra Hunter / Allison Merrell 8-4
- Katie Dillon / Emily Wells def. Bethany Frazier / Rebecca Ravago 8-2
- Elizabeth Beary def. Andrea Dimitrijevic 6-3, 6-1
- Caitlyn Wolf def. Hayley Taylor 6-0, 6-2
- Madyson Murphy def. Cierra Hunter 6-2, 6-2
- Sarah McClendon def. Allison Merrell 6-4, 7-5
- Bethany Frazier def. Emily Wells 6-3, 6-2
- Katie Dillon def. Rebeka Ravago 6-1, 6-0
Columbia took one point away from the doubles matches, solidifying a single win from doubles partner's Caitlin Wolf and Sarah McClendon.
Caitlyn Wolf continued her fine play by winning her match at number two singles 6-0,6-2 while Madyson Murphy won at number 3 singles 6-2,6-2. Sarah McClendon won her match at number 4 singles in exciting fashion 6-4,7-5 and Bethany Frazier finished the deciding match by winning number 5 singles 6-4,6-2.
Coach Morrison was very pleased with the win and, was "happy the ladies received a W" in conference play. He said, "We fought hard and did not give up against a tough team but our ladies were determined to win.".
The Koalas next match is away this Sunday April 15 at 4:00 pm EST against Anderson College.