TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 // 3:30 PM
SERIES RECORD // SUFFOLK LEADS, 11-3
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 // 4:30 PM
SERIES RECORD // SUFFOLK TRAILS, 6-10 (SINCE 2007)
BOSTON – Coming off its first victory of the season, the Suffolk women's tennis team remains on the road when it visits UMass Boston and Regis for midweek matches. The Rams first stop by the Beacons Tuesday, Sept. 17 for a 3:30 p.m., match before stepping back into GNAC action against the Pride the following day, Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 4:30 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's tennis team played its way into the win column for the first time in the 2019 season Saturday afternoon when the Rams bested Albertus Magnus, 7-2, in GNAC competition at the Celentano Courts.
Suffolk's first mark in the win column put the Rams' 1-5 on the year and 1-1 against GNAC counterparts.
Alyssa Blade holds the winning most singles racquet. The Rookie boasts a 3-3 ledger exclusively from the fifth spot. Ilda Ascic has played every match as Suffolk's ace and mirrors the team record individually. Barbara Consales, who made her blue-and-gold debut Saturday, is 1-0 in singles action with a win on the fourth court.
UMass Boston brings a 3-1 record into Tuesday's tilt. A pair of the Beacons wins came in shutout fashion, against Thomas and Lesley.
Shelby Parent holds an unblemished 4-0 mark on the lower tier of the ladder, while Katie Gauthier brings in 3-1 ledger from the first (3-0) and second (0-1) spots, respectively.
Gauthier and Parent team up for one of the Beacons undefeated doubles tandems with a 2-0 mark on court one. Meaghan Moriaty and Evangelia Vassiladis are also 2-0 on the year from court three.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- The Rams and Beacons renew a rivalry, which dates back to 1995, meeting for the first time since 2012 and 15th time overall.
- Suffolk leads the all-times series, 11-3.
- The blue-and-gold are on a six-match win streak versus UMass, including an 8-1 triumph in the Beantown foes last duel, Oct. 11, 2012.
Regis is 2-0 on the season with victories over Thomas (9-0) and Simmons (8-1). The Prides latest outing, a conference clash at Eastern Nazarene, was halted on Saturday, Sept. 14 due to rain with Regis trailing the Lions, 2-1.
Carly Donovan has played both matches as the Pride's No. 1 and sits 2-0 on the year. Katelyn Mogelnicki (No. 3), Lauren Mogelinicki (No. 4) and Kaleigh FitzPatrick (No. 5 & No. 6) are also unbeaten with two wins apiece.
All three of Regis' doubles teams hold 2-0 marks paced by the top team of Donovan and McCormack.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- The Suffolk, Regis series began in 1997.
- Suffolk trails the all-time meetings, 6-10.
- Since 2005, the Rams are 5-4 against Regis.
- The Pride has won four in a row against the Rams, including last season's quarterfinal team in 5-1 fashion, Oct. 17, 2018.
Suffolk wraps up its four-match road swing Saturday, Sept. 21 when it visits Saint Joseph (Conn.). First serve between the Rams and Blue Jays is scheduled for 12 p.m. at Hall High School.