Panthers fall to Gulls in home opener
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Endicott College women's tennis team captured its third straight win Tuesday afternoon, defeating non-conference foe Plymouth State University, 9-0, to improve to 4-1 overall. PSU dropped its second straight and dipped to 1-2.
The Gulls cruised through doubles play and won in straight sets in all six singles flights. After wins at the top two doubles matches, the freshman duo of Savannah Deady (Andover, Mass.) and Suzie Newman (Dighton, Mass.) helped to sweep doubles play with an 8-1 triumph at No. 3.
In singles play, junior Annie Gluskin (Duxbury, Mass.) earned her second win at the #5 singles position this season while junior Emily McDonough (West Hartford, Conn.) improved to 2-0 in #6 singles. At the top of the Endicott lineup sophomore Chrissy Martel (Westbrook, Conn.), who won the top singles flight, teamed up with fellow sophomore Natalie Egbert (Gorham, Maine) for a victory at #1 doubles. Egbert also won her #2 singles match.
Amy Heacox (Marion, Mass.) earned two points on the day with a win at #3 singles and a win at #2 doubles with teammate Brittany Potter (Bedford, N.H.). Senior captain Gina Pinciaro (Beverly, Mass.) was a winner at #4 singles.
PSU is home again on Wednesday, hosting Castleton State College at 4:00 p.m. Endicott returns to Commonwealth Coast Conference play with a road match against Salve Regina on Thursday.
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