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Women's Tennis Wraps Up Non-Conference Slate at Home Against Endicott, Colby-Sawyer

Women's Tennis Wraps Up Non-Conference Slate at Home Against Endicott, Colby-Sawyer

Women's Tennis vs. Endicott | Thursday, April 18 | Babson Tennis Courts | 3:30 p.m.
Women's Tennis vs. Colby-Sawyer | Friday, April 19 | Babson Tennis Courts | 2:45 p.m.

SERIES HISTORY
Babson vs. Endicott
• The Beavers and Gulls will meet for the second time this season and eighth time overall on Thursday afternoon. Babson is 6-1 in the all-time series but suffered a 5-4 loss to Endicott back on September 14.

Babson vs. Colby-Sawyer
• The Beavers are 7-4 all-time against Colby-Sawyer and have won six consecutive matches against the Chargers, which includes a 5-0 victory in the first round of the NCAA Tournament back in 2015.

SCOUTING THE GULLS
• Endicott (12-5) has dropped its last four matches and is coming off a 5-2 loss at Bentley on Tuesday.
• Cameron Foley and Cara McCormack won at number three doubles and Emily Licciardi pulled out a three-set victory at number six singles for the Gulls.
• Justine Hoover leads the team iwht 12 wins and is 8-1 at number two singles, Gretta Hartman is 6-2 at number three, and Fernanda Trevino has gone 5-1 at number four.
• Hartman and Trevino have gone 7-6 at number one doubles, while Hayley Bartnett and Reilly Fitzgibbons are 10-2 overall and 6-1 at number three.

SCOUTING THE CHARGERS
• Colby-Sawyer (12-5) snapped a two-match losing streak with an 8-0 win over Saint Anselm last Sunday.
• Yashu Yang, Maddy Gemerek, Aislinn O'Connor and Hilary Boucher all won in both singles and doubles for the Chargers, who captured their first GNAC Tournament championship back in the fall.
• Yang is 14-2 at number one singles, O'Connor has gone 10-1 at number three, and Anna Kopituk boasts a 7-1 mark at number four.
• Kopituk and Yang are 12-4 on the year at number one doubles, while Boucher and Alexa Conlin have gone 7-3 at number three.

SCOUTING THE BEAVERS
• Babson (11-4) has won seven matches in a row after rolling past Wellesley, 8-1, on Wednesday afternoon.
• Junior Emily Roeper and the sophomore quartet of Alexa Tutecky, Nastasia Tamarkin, Carolina Merz and Marissa Madison all collected points in both singles and doubles for the Beavers.
• Merz is 13-4 overall and 10-2 in dual-match singles play, Tamarkin (10-4) and Madison (11-3) have both won seven consecutive matches, and Tutecky improved to 7-2 at number one with Wednesday's victory.
• Merz and Madison are 12-4 in all doubles matches with nine dual-match victories, while the duo of Roeper and first-year Mary Kille are 12-5 overall and 7-0 in league play.

HOME COURT ADVANTAGE
• The Beavers improved to 8-1 at home with Wednesday's win over Wellesley, and have a chance to avenge their only loss of the season to Endicott on Thursday afternoon.

DOUBLES MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
• In each of Babson's 11 wins this season it has held the lead after doubles.

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