Women's Tennis

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Weekend Preview: Women's Tennis Plays Host to Connecticut College, Clark

Weekend Preview: Women's Tennis Plays Host to Connecticut College, Clark

Women's Tennis vs. Connecticut College | Friday, April 12 | Babson Tennis Complex | 3:30 p.m.
Women's Tennis vs. Clark | Saturday, April 13 | Babson Tennis Complex | 1:30 p.m.

Babson vs. Connecticut College
• The Beavers and Camels will meet for the 12th time on Friday in a series that dates back to 2002.
• Babson is 5-6 all-time against the Camels and have won three straight matches in the series after last year's 7-2 victory in New London, Conn.

Babson vs. Clark
• The Beavers and Cougars will meet for the 26th time on Saturday in a series that dates back to 1994.
• Babson is 23-2 over its last 25 matches against the Cougars, which includes 19 straight wins.
• The Green and White won all six singles matches 6-0, 6-0 in last year's 9-0 sweep of the Cougars.

• Connecticut College (8-6) has dropped two straight matches and is coming off a 9-0 loss to fifth-ranked Middlebury on Sunday.
• The closest match of the contest came at second doubles where Meredith Kenny and Skylar Morgan dropped an 8-4 decision.
• Emily Migliorni leads the team with seven singles victories, while Brooke Scully has won five times this spring. 
• The duo of Meredith Kenny and Skylar Morgan leads Connecticut College with seven doubles wins. 

• Clark (2-10, 0-4 NEWMAC) has lost six consecutive matches following Tuesday's 5-4 setback at Smith.
• Elizabeth Garfield won at number two doubles and number three singles for the Cougars, who have dropped their last nine NEWMAC matches.
• Elizabeth Tchantouri leads the team with four singles victories, three of which have come at number five, while Maggie Tarbox and Anna Gates have both won four times in doubles.

• Babson (7-4, 4-0 NEWMAC) has won three straight matches after defeating Mount Holyoke, 6-3, on Saturday.
• Junior Emily Roeper and sophomores Carolina Merz and Nastasia Tamarkin all picked up points in singles and doubles for the Beavers.
• Merz (10-3) leads the team in wins and is 4-1 at number three singles, sophomore Alexa Tutecky is 6-2 at number one, and Roeper is 9-5 overall with seven combined victories at fourth and fifth singles.
• Merz and Madison have gone 7-1 in dual matches this spring, while Tutecky and Tamarkin are 5-2 at number one doubles.

• Coming off a pair of straight-set victories over opponents from Smith and Mount Holyoke at number one singles, Merz was tabbed as the league's singles co-player of the week on Monday.
• The award was the first in singles for Merz, who has twice earned doubles team of the week accolades alongside Madison.

• 4: The Beavers are unbeaten this season (7-0) when winning at number four singles.