Women’s Tennis Wrap Up Play At ITA Central Regionals
IOWA CITY, Iowa – The University of Arkansas women’s tennis team concluded play at the ITA Central Regional Championships, ending their four-day run with sixteen total wins.
Arkansas doubles duo Morgan Cross and Tatum Rice began their day with a 8-4 quarterfinals performance over host Iowa’s Gillas/Mannix to earn a place in the semifinals. The duo then faced Kadeleckova/Cabexas of Iowa State, falling 6-3, 6-2.
In singles competition, No. 26 Indianna Spink faced Kansas State’s No. 116 Karine-Marion Job in the quarterfinals. Spink dominated in the first set, taking it 6-2. The second set was taken by Job (6-3) with a spot in the semifinals on the line going into the third set. Spink fell in the battle, 6-4, bringing her run in the tournament to an end.
The Razorbacks continue fall competition at the Texas A&M Fall Invitational on Nov. 12-14 in College Station, Texas.
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