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Women's Tennis Continues Play at USTA/ITA Regional

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 10/21/2012
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Katie Goepel won her first singles match Saturday.
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The USTA/ITA Regional at Army continued Saturday for some and got underway for others as the five-day event moved forward.

In doubles, Lindsay Graff and Amanda Muliawan advanced to the quarterfinal round with a win Saturday and will face the tournament's No. 16 seed, Akiko Okuda and Katherine Yau of Dartmouth, in the quarterfinal Sunday. Princeton's two other pairs, Monica Chow and Katie Goepel along with Emily Hahn and Katherine Flanigan, fell in the Round of 16 after two wins Friday.

Two rounds of singles were played Saturday, and the Tigers advanced three players to the Round of 32 as Katie Goepel won a first-round match as well as her Round of 64 contest, and Muliawan and Graff won their Round of 64 matches after first-round byes.

Doubles and singles draws can be found at the PDF links on this page, and the official tournament page can be found here.

Doubles
Round of 16
Lindsay Graff-Amanda Muliawan (Prin) def. Amy He-Hannah Morrill (Harvard), 8-2
Sarah Kandath-Niki Uberoi (Brown) def. Monica Chow-Katie Goepel (Prin), 8-4
Madeleine Hamilton-Annie Sullivan (Yale) def. Emily Hahn-Katherine Flanigan (Prin), 8-5

Singles
First Round
Katie Goepel (Prin) def. Alex Ion (Penn), 6-0, 6-4
Emily Hahn (Prin) def. Taysha Blessington (LIU), 6-2, 7-5
Round of 64
Jessica Harrow (Brown) def. Monica Chow (Prin), 6-3, 6-4
Jackie Altan Samai (Stony Brook) def. Katherine Flanigan (Prin), 1-6, 6-2, 6-4
Amanda Muliawan (Prin) def. Samie Lieb (Boston U.), 6-1, 7-5
Goepel (Prin) def. Sarah O'Neil (Cornell), 6-4, 7-5
Lindsay Graff (Prin) def. Marcela Rosales (Drexel), 7-5, 6-1
Misia Krasowski (Brown) def. Hahn (Prin), 6-2, 7-5

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