• Princeton closed out play Sunday at the Missouri Aces for the Cure event.
• Princeton freshman Emily Hahn was named to the list of top six singles players from the event, which comprised players from Oklahoma State and Tulsa as well as Princeton and host Missouri.
• Tulsa took all three doubles matches from Princeton players, though Joan Cannon teamed with an Oklahoma State player to defeat a Missouri pair.
• Princeton went 0-3 against Oklahoma State in singles play Sunday and 2-0 against Tulsa.
• Two Tigers, Katherine Flanigan and Lindsay Graff, are eligible to compete in the next event on Princeton's fall calendar, the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships in California. The pair are in the prequalifying doubles draw, to be held at UCLA Sept. 29-30, and Graff is in the qualifying singles draw, to be held at the Riviera Tennis Club in Los Angeles Oct. 2-3.
First Round Doubles
Tulsa vs. Princeton
1. Samantha Vickers/Isaura Enrique (Tulsa) def. (57) Lindsay Graff/Katherine Flanigan (Princeton) 8-6
2. Michelle Farley/Saana Sarteinen (Tulsa) def. Amanda Muliawan/Monica Chow (Princeton) 8-5
3. Maria Sant'Anna/Renata Kurikova (Tulsa) def. Katie Goepel/Emily Hahn (Princeton) 8-5
Maria Alvarez (OSU)/Joan Cannon (Princeton) def. Alex Clark/Maria Christensen (Missouri) 8-6
First Round Singles
Oklahoma State vs. Princeton
1. (101) Malika Rose (OSU) def. (118) Lindsay Graff (Princeton) 6-3, 6-2
2. Meghan Blevins (OSU) def. Amanda Muliawan (Princeton) 6-4, 6-3
3. Maria Alvarez (OSU) def. Katherine Flanigan (Princeton) 6-3, 6-7(6), 10-6
Emily Hahn (Princeton) def. Renata Kurikova (Tulsa) 6-0, 6-0
Katie Goepel (Princeton) def. Carol Benito (Tulsa) 6-7(6), 6-3, 10-6