Women’s tennis team drops two

By Jonathan Aviles

The women’s tennis team lost both of its matches last week
beginning with Cal Baptist on Friday and Cal State Stanislaus on
Saturday.

Playing both matches at home, the Lady Broncos looked to improve
their record against a tough Cal Baptist team who had lost only one
game in their last three matches, but Cal Poly, who boasted a 5-8
record going into Friday, came away with two more losses.

In the end, the Lancers swept the Lady Broncos 9-0. Freshman
Jackie Trendt was the only player to take her match to a
tiebreaker.

Trendt ended the day losing in the No. 1 singles slot 6-7, 6-2,
(10-7) to the Lancers’ Marcela Montanha.

Sophomore Jennifer Chow lost her match in the No. 2 singles slot
6-1, 6-4.

Junior Mallory Brady also lost her match by the score 6-1, 6-1
in the No. 3 Singles slot.

On Saturday, the Lady Broncos hosted the Cal State Stanislaus
Warriors and lost the match 6-3.

Sophomores Kaitlin Woodridge and Michelle Stock were the only
players to win their singles matches. Woodridge won her match 6-2,
6-4.

Meanwhile, Stock battled back after losing the first set, 4-6,
to take the last two sets 7-5, 6-0. The Lady Broncos recorded their
third match victory when Woodridge and Trendt paired up in doubles
play to win 8-5.

The women’s tennis team continue their season Thursday at Cal
State San Bernardino.

Reach Jonathan Aviles at sports@thepolypost.com

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Chris Sloan/Poly Post

Women’s tennis team drops two

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