Women's Tennis Spring Trip
Sunday, March 18-Wednesday, March 21
USTA National Campus—Orlando, Fla.
The Babson College women's tennis team heads to Orlando, Fla., where it will face a trio of opponents at the USTA National Campus beginning on Sunday morning.
vs. Colorado College: first meeting
vs. Hamilton: the Beavers and Continentals will meet for the fifth time dating back to 2011. Babson has won each of the previous four meetings in the series although the teams have not played since 2008.
vs. Hope: first meeting
SCOUTING THE TIGERS
Colorado College (4-8) snapped a two-match skid by defeating Dickinson, 9-0, on Friday in Orlando. Five players picked up points in both singles and doubles for the Tigers, who recorded their first shutout win of the season. Junior Allie Burak is 5-6 overall and 4-4 at number one singles, while classmate Annie Zlevor has gone 3-0 at fifth singles. Despite the team's struggles in doubles, Burak and sophomore Jenna McDonald are 5-3 at number one on the year.
SCOUTING THE CONTINENTALS
Hamilton (0-2) heads to Florida following a 9-0 loss at Colby back on March 11. First-year Audrey Chor dropped the final two sets in a three-set loss at number two singles, and was also edged 9-7 at number one doubles alongside classmate Ajla Karabegovic. Fellow rookie Sophia Aulicino is 6-1 in singles and 4-4 in doubles, while Karabegovic is 5-6 on the year in both singles and doubles.
SCOUTING THE FLYING DUTCH
No. 36 Hope (1-4) heads south having dropped two straight matches following its 5-4 defeat to Denison on March 2. Sophomore Claire Hallock was victorious at number two doubles and number two singles and classmate Amanda Bandrowski picked up a straight-set win at number one singles for the Flying Dutch. Hallock is 9-5 in all singles matches and has teamed up with junior Taylor LaBarge to go 9-5 at number two doubles this season.
SCOUTING THE BEAVERS
Babson (2-0) opened its spring season with a 9-0 victory over St. Lawrence back on March 4. Five different players were victorious in both singles and doubles for the Beavers, who won five of the six singles matches in straight sets. First-year Alexa Tutecky is 4-1 overall and one of two players at 2-0 in dual match singles play along with senior Claire Foster and first-year Carolina Merz. Tutecky leads all player with an 8-1 mark In doubles, while Foster, Merz and senior Kylie Kam all enter the trip at 4-1.
NEWMAC HONORS FOR TUTECKY
Following her 6-0, 6-0 victor over Emily Wyman of St. Lawrence on March 4, Tutecky was selected as the NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week.
OUT LIKE A LION
After playing just once of the first 17 days of March, the Beavers finish up with six matches in 14 days beginning on Sunday. Babson will face a pair of conference foes upon returning from Florida and face two ranked teams in No. 36 Hope and No. 7 Bowdoin on March 31.
NEW FOR THE SPRING
With its primary season moving to the spring for the first time, the Green and White is traveling during spring break for the first time since playing two matches in Puerto Rico back in 2015.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
The Beavers have taken a lead into singles in each of their last 26 wins going back to the start of the 2015-16 campaign.