2013-14 Schedule & Complete Results


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2013 UAA Women's Tennis Championship
April 25-27

Championship Match
No. 1 Emory 9, No. 2 Carnegie Mellon 0

2013 UAA Champion: Emory University

2013 UAA All-Association Team & Awards






2013-14 Standings


UAA Athlete of the Week

Gabrielle Clark 
Emory University 
Chicago, IL (University of Chicago Lab)

Senior Gabrielle Clark led second-ranked Emory University to wins over three top-10 opponents, recording 3-0 records in first singles and first doubles. She became the third player in program history to record 100 career doubles victories when she and Michelle Satterfield defeated the two-time defending national doubles champions from Amherst College. Clark dropped a total of seven games in four sets in the Eagles’ 9-0 win over 10th-ranked Middlebury College and 8-1 victory over fourth-ranked Amherst. She finished the weekend with a 6-1, 7-6 (3) win over the 10th-ranked singles player in the Division III Northeast Region and teamed with Satterfield for an 8-5 first doubles victory as the Eagles edged seventh-ranked Bowdoin College.


Other Outstanding Performances

Carley Cooke (Brandeis) won four matches at first singles and first doubles as the 22nd-ranked Judges defeated Wheaton College and Bentley University… Sarah Berchuck (CWRU) won all three of her doubles matches and two singles matches as the Spartans played ninth-ranked Washington University, 12th-ranked University of Chicago, and Coe College… Alison Wang (NYU) won at first singles and first doubles to lead the Violets to their first win of the season over Wilkes University… Molly Goodman (Rochester) won all four of her matches at second doubles and fifth singles in Yellowjacket losses to State University of New York at Geneseo and St. Lawrence University… Rebecca Ho (Washington) posted a 4-0 record as the Bears defeated 12th-ranked University of Chicago and 23rd-ranked Case Western Reserve University. She won in straights sets at second singles in both matches to improve her singles mark to 20-2 this season. She and Corinne Rauck won a pair of matches at first doubles, including an 8-5 win over the top-ranked Central Region doubles team of Megan Tang and Tiffany Chen of the Maroons.






























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