The College’s women’s tennis team led a dominating outing against Rutgers-Camden Sunday, Aug. 31, winning 9-0.
The win pushed the team’s consecutive conference win streak to 155 straight, a record that dates back to the 1982 season. This win is a step in the right direction for the team’s end-of-season goal, a 32nd straight season where the girls win their conference.
The team swept all three points in doubles action and saw junior captains Jasmine Muniz-Cadorette and Emma Allen dominate their competition by a score of 8-0, a score that was matched by the sophomore tandem of Katie Buchbinder and Anna Prestera.
Freshmen Maddy Stoner and Nadia Olesnycky paired up and won 8-2 against the competition, which was their first win as members of the team.
In singles action, the Lions also took all six points, with Prestera, Buchbinder, Muniz-Cadorette, Allen and Stoner all recording their second wins on the day.
Freshman Brittany Reedman earned her first collegiate win in the third singles match in perfect sets. The loss drops the Scarlet Raptors to 1-2 on the year.
Next up, the Lions travel to Ramapo to compete against the Roadrunners on Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 3:30 p.m.
The week after, the Lions take to their home turf against Stockton College on Sept. 10 at 4 p.m.
On the men’s side, while they await their main season in the spring, they’ve been preparing to host an upcoming tournament with New York University on Friday, Sept. 12.