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GALLERY: Women’s Tennis vs Kentucky

The Texas A&M’s women’s tennis team won their match against Kentucky after a dominant performance, finishing with a score of 6-1. After quickly winning the doubles set, the Aggies went on to win the day. The Aggies will play next against LSU at LSU Tennis Complex on March 29, 2024.

 

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  • Junior Mary Stoiana (right) serves the ball in her doubles match with sophomore Mia Kupres (left) at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Freshman Lucciana Perez hits the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Freshman Lucciana Perez returns a volley at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Freshman Lucciana Perez hits the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Ellie Pittman serves the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Jeanette Mireles returns the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Sophomore Mia Kupres returns the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Sophomore Mia Kupres prepares to serve the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • The men’s tennis team watches and supports the women at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Ellie Pittman serves the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Ellie Pittman serves the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Sophomore Nicole Khirin prepares to return the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Freshman Lucciana Perez (left) and Junior Jeanette Mireless (right) win their doubles set at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Jeanette Mireless serves the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Jeanette Mireles returns the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Mary Stoiana returns the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
  • Junior Mary Stoiana hits the ball at Texas A&M’s match against Kentucky at the Outdoor Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday, March 24, 2024. (Connor May/The Battalion)

    Photo by Connor May
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