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Women's Tennis

Huskers Dominate in Doubles, Wrap Up Fall Season

Jacksonville, Fl. - In the final tournament of the fall season, the Nebraska women’s tennis team tallied a win in the doubles flight finals and two Huskers advanced to the singles finals at the UNF Fall Invite.

In doubles, Maja Pietrowicz and Raphelle Lacasse, Ana Zamburek and Jillian Roa, and Anfisa Danilchenko and Maria Taranova all won their matches. Adrover Gallego and Loy lost their first match 8-4. All other duos advanced to the semifinals. In Danilchenko and Taranova’s semifinal match, the duo won 6-0 to advance to the finals. The Russians defeated Florida State’s Anna Arkadianou and Cade Cricchio 6-2 to win the flight three doubles final.  In the semifinals, Zamburek and Roa lost 6-3. Pietrowicz and Lacasse defeated Annabelle Davis and Amy Kaplan of North Florida. They advanced to the finals where they lost 6-4 against Victoria Allen and Millie Bisset of Florida State.

In singles play, Adrover Gallego advanced to the semis after a retired match. Lacasse came back from a one-set deficit to win. Pietrowicz, Danilchenko and Loy all won and advanced to the semis. Taranova, Roa, and Zamburek fell short in their singles matches. For day two, the Huskers won with Maja Pietrowicz and Lucy Loy set to play in the finals of their flight. Seniors Adrover, Lacasse, and Danilchenko all were defeated in the semifinals. In the finals, Loy lost to UNF’s Jasmin Makela 4-6, 6-4, 4-6. Maelie Monfils of Florida State defeated Pietrowicz 6-2, 6-1.