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The BattalionMay 4, 2024

GALLERY: Women’s Tennis vs. SMU

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Photo by Harrison Cain

Junior Jayci Goldsmith serves the ball.

The Texas A&M Women’s Tennis team took on SMU on the afternoon of Jan. 30. After winning the doubles point the Aggies went on to win three singles matches to secure the win 4-0. The Aggies next match will take place in Fort Worth on Feb. 2 against the TCU Hornfrogs. 

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  • Senior Riley McQuaid gets ready for SMU’s serve.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Junior Jayci Goldsmith serves the ball.

    Photo Harrison Cain
  • Senior Riley McQuaid gets ready for her fellow aggie to serve.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Junior Katya Townsend getting set for the incoming serve.

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  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo returns the ball.

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  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo keeps the volley going.

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  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo delivers a powerful backhand return.

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  • Junior Katya Townsend delivers a powerful serve.

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  • Junior Katya Townsend keeps the volley going.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Junior Katya Townsend goes for a lunging save.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo and Senior Riley McQuaid celebrate together after winning a point.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Senior Tatiana Makarova and Junior Jayci Goldsmith celebrate after winning a point.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Sophomore Jessica Anzo and Senior Riley McQuaid thank their SMU opponents after winning a doubles match.

    Photo by Harrison Cain
  • Junior Isa Di Laura serves the ball.

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