Rhode Island College women's tennis team ran its unbeaten streak to
three matches with an impressive, 9-0, victory over Suffolk in a
non-conference contest played at the RIC Tennis Center on Tuesday
• RIC easily took all three doubles matches to leap out to a 3-0
lead and then cruised to wins at all six singles matches to take the
Senior Dayna Reilly (Swansea, MA), the reigning Little East
Conference Player of the Week, posted a commanding (6-0, 6-0) win
over junior Delaney Dunlap (Hingham, MA) at No. 1 singes.
Reilly also teamed with freshman Emily Orticerio (Smithfield, RI)
for a near-perfect (8-1) win against Dunlap and senior Isabel
Rathlev (Wellesley, MA) at the No. 1 doubles spot.
Junior Katherine Braganca (Pawtucket, RI) also had a pair of
wins on the day for the Anchorwomen, taking a perfect (6-0, 6-0) win
over Rathlev at No. 3 singles. She posted an (8-3) victory with
senior Isabella Romeo (Greenville, RI) at No. 2 doubles
against the Rams team of sophomore Kelley Hardy (Charleston, SC)
and junior Elena Cisneros Garcia (Barcelona, Spain).
Freshman Grace Zangari (Saunderstown, RI) wrapped up the
multiple-winners for RIC. Zangari opened the day with an (8-1) win
with freshman Victoria Vittori (New Bedford, MA) at the third
doubles spot against sophomore Danlyn Medou (Inglewood, CA)
and junior Meagan French (Newton, NH). Zangari also had a
(6-1, 6-0) victory at No. 2 singles against Cisneros-Garcia.
• Other singles victories for RIC included freshman Hailey Raskob
(North Smithfield, RI) posting a (6-2, 6-1) win against Hardy at
the No. 4 spot. Freshman Laurel Ten Eyck (Warwick, RI) took a
(6-3, 6-1) victory over Medou. Freshman Olivia Campanella
(Chepachet, RI) notched her first collegiate victory at the No.
6 singles spot with a (6-0, 6-2) win over senior Jacquelyn
Najamura (Rancho Santa Fe, CA).