KISSIMMEE, Fla. -
The Creighton women's tennis team closed out its trip to Florida on a
three-match win streak with a trio of 7-0 decisions.
Creighton (6-7) did not allow a point in three midweek
matches. The Bluejays defeated Robert Morris (1-14) and Division II foes
Wesleyan (0-4) and Marian (13-4) this week all by a 7-0 margin. It marks the
Bluejays' longest win streak of the season.
At No. 1 singles sophomore Jennie Hartjes went 3-0 giving
up seven games in three match wins. Junior Analese Snyder held opponent to just
six games in three wins at the No. 2 singles spot. Senior Anna Kirshenbaum
surrendered only five games in a trio of victories at the No. 3 position.
Sophomore Amanda Noonan rolled in a two-set win over RMU
before claiming a pair of three-set matches to keep the Creighton record
unblemished at No. 4 singles. Playing in the No. 5 singles slot, freshman Sam
Anderson gave up only nine games in three straight-set victories.
Three different Bluejays earned wins at the No. 6 singles
position. Freshman Karlin Naslund, sophomore Taylor Koehrsen and classmate Liz
Vermillion each won a match in straight sets. The underclassmen only
surrendered six total games combined in the victories.
The Jays also went undefeated in doubles during the
three-match set. Creighton dominated the matches with only one instance of an
opposing team winning more than two games in eight completed doubles contests.
Creighton takes a couple of weeks off from action before
facing Nebraska Omaha on March 29.