Women’s tennis wins in NCAAs
MIDDLEBURY — The fourth-ranked Middlebury College women’s tennis team on Sunday blanked Skidmore, 5-0, in an NCAA regional final in Middlebury to advance to the program’s eighth straight and 18th overall elite eight appearance.
The 16-3 Panthers will head to Orlando, Fla., between May 14 and 17 for rest of the tournament, and their first opponent will be No. 15 Johns Hopkins.
Against the 13-8 Thoroughbreds the No. 1 Panther doubles team of Amy Delman and Sahana Raman blanked their opponents 8-0, and the No. 2 team of Gena Huang and Claudia Miller and No. 3 pair of Nina Farhat and Sami Remis also prevailed.
The Panthers then clinched the match with straight-set wins by Delman at No. 2 singles and Huang at No. 6 singles.
As the match was clinched, Raman at No. 1, Lulu Wu at No. 3, Nathalie van der Reis at No. 4, and Miller at No. 5 were each up by a set.
The Panthers also bested visiting Drew, 5-0, on Saturday to reach Sunday’s regional final.
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