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Women’s tennis falls at home

Photo by Photo by Paul Burke

Freshman Jayci Goldsmith only lost one game during her singles match victory.

On Sunday, the No. 21 Texas A&M Women’s Tennis team fell to No. 2 Georgia in Athens 0-4. The Aggies drop to 14-3 on the season and 2-2 in the SEC, while the Bulldogs keep their perfect 11-0 overall record alive and rise to 3-0 in the SEC.
After the loss, A&M head coach Mark Weaver told that while it was a tough day on the courts for the Aggies he saw the opportunity to learn and grow.
“Today was definitely a tough day for us as a team,” Weaver said. “We did not play at the level that we are capable of and add in the fact that Georgia has a very fine team, which did not make for a great combination for us. We need to bounce back and have a great week of practice to prepare for a very good Vanderbilt team at home on Friday.”
The day started off with a swift 2-0 victory by Georgia in the doubles. In the singles, Vivian Wolff of Georgia defeated A&M’s Renee McBryde 6-0, 6-3, and Bulldog Marta Gonzalez beat Aggie Jayci Goldsmith 6-2, 6-3 to put Georgia on top 3-0. The final point was clinched by Meg Kowalski of Georgia, in her 6-2, 6-1 victory over A&M’s Dorthea Faa-Hviding.
The Aggies look to bounce back next week, when they take on No. 5 Vanderbilt and No. 18 Kentucky at home.

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