Women's Tennis Set to Begin Singles Play at USTA/ITA Regional
Princeton's women's tennis team began the day qualifying two more players into the singles draw at the USTA/ITA Regional at Harvard, but the Tigers ended the day with its three doubles teams ending their run.
Two of the three Tiger pairs, including Lindsay Graff and Alanna Wolff, and Katherine Flanigan and Dorothy Tang, advanced out of the Round of 64 before falling in the Round of 32.
Six Tigers will begin play in singles Saturday, including Flanigan, Sivan Krems, Caroline Joyce, Emily Hahn, Tang and Wolff. All except Joyce and Tang, who won their qualifying matches Friday morning, have byes to the Round of 64.
The updated tournament page can be found here.
Caroline Joyce (P) def. Eva Sung (Army), 4-6, 6-4, 6-3
Dorothy Tang (P) def. Shreya Pasricha (FDU), 4-6, 6-2, 6-4
Doubles, Round of 64
Ree Ree Li/Sherry Li (Yale) def. Joan Cannon/Emily Hahn (P), 8-5
Katherine Flanigan/Dorothy Tang (P) def. Zenyep Mafa/Marcela Rosales (Drexel), 8-5
Lindsay Graff/Alanna Wolff (P) def. Jennifer Ho/Kelsey Shea (Colgate), 8-1
Doubles, Round of 32
Lexi Borr/Jessica Wacnik (BC) def. Flanigan/Tang (P), 8-6
Jacqueline Crawford/Suzy Tan (Dartmouth) def. Graff/Wolff (P), 8-4