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One step away
June 8, 2024

GALLERY: Women’s Tennis vs. Baylor

Photo by Photo by Abbey Santoro

Senior Riley McQuaid prepares to receive the ball in her first game of the day. 

The Texas A&M women’s tennis team faced off against the no. 20 ranked Baylor Bears at 12 p.m. at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center in Aggieland. After starting off the day with a 6-0 win in doubles by Renee McBryde and Dorthea Faa-Hviding, the Aggies fell to the Baylor Bears in a loss of 5-2 overall. The loss will total number three for the Aggies this season.
The Aggies will look for redemption the afternoon of Friday Feb. 12 where they will play Utah at 4 p.m. at the Mitchell Tennis Center in College Station. 

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  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo serves the ball to start off her doubles match. 

  • Doubles partners Jessica Anzo and Riley McQuaid congratulate one another after they score a point in their match. 

  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo returns the ball to her Baylor opponent across the net. 

  • Junior Katya Townsend has won a total of 10 singles matches so far this season. 

  • Senior Dorthea Faa-Hviding has won four consecutive singles matches for Texas A&M this season. 

  • Senior Riley McQuaid confidently prepares to serve the ball. 

  • Doubles partners Riley McQuaid and Jessica Anzo work together throughout the match because they know every point counts. 

  • Katya Townsend anticipates the ball coming towards her and prepares to react. 

  • Junior Jayci Goldsmith currently leads the Aggies with a 5-1 dual match singles record. 

  • Junior Katya Townsend serves the ball to her opponent. 

  • Jayci Goldsmith and assistant coach Jordan Szabo fist bump in between matches. 

  • Junior Renee McBryde helps secure the first win of the day for the Aggies with a 6-0 win in doubles play. 

  • Junior Jayci Goldsmith focuses on hitting the ball with proper technique. 

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