The Emerson Women's Tennis Team traveled to take on the Southern Maine Huskies on Sunday afternoon, taking home the victory by sweeping all six singles matches and winning two of the three doubles matches. The Lions improved their overall record to 2-0 while Southern Maine fell to 1-7.
The Sophomore pairing of Eliana Flores-Barber (Long Beach, Calif.) and Annie Woodbury (Salinas, Calif.) took down Samantha Harden and Emma Nassif in the top doubles pairing, 8-3. Thea Nagle (Mechanicsburg, Penn.) and Sophie Oglensky (West Long Branch, N.J.) also won 8-3 in their doubles match over Regina Harmon and Eden Martin.
Flores-Barber defeated Harden in her singles match in three sets. After she fell 3-6 in set one, she rebounded to take the last two sets 6-3, 11-9. Woodbury defeated Nassif 6-1 in both sets of her singles match. Nagle was victorious over Harmon 6-0, 6-4. Oglensky also won her match, taking down Gabby Brooks 6-0, 6-1 in two sets. Cassia Burns (Tewksbury, Mass.) won 8-6 and Angelica Ao (Chongqing, China) defeated Tracy Edwards by retirement, with the first set knotted at 4 before Edwards was unable to continue.
The Lions get back in action on Friday afternoon when they welcome Worcester State for their third match of the fall.