Saint Leo Hands PBA Women's Tennis Tough Loss on Saturday

Written By: PBA Sports Information Director, Michael Brown

SAINT LEO, Fla.- Taking on their second Sunshine State Conference opponent of the week in Saint Leo University, the Palm Beach Atlantic University women’s tennis team dropped a tough 6-3 decision on Saturday afternoon amidst chilly and very windy conditions.

Freshman Jordan Ittersagen and junior Krishna Domenech tallied the lone PBA doubles victory at #3-doubles with an 8-2 victory while #5-singles and #6-singles also won for the Fish.

Natalia Trotter, a dual-sport student-athlete at PBA in women’s basketball and now tennis, registered her first career singles win at #5-singles while Domenech earned a #6-singles win as well.

1D Rubiano/Aleman lost to McDonald/Keefe 2-8
2D Braaten/Trotter lost to Schifano/Hidass 2-8
3D Ittersagen/Domenech def. Clyne/Anderson 8-2

1s Rubiano lost to McDonald 3-6,7-5,1-6
2s Aleman lost to Keefe 3-6,6-2,3-6
3s Braaten lost to schifano 6-0, 2-6,2-6
4s Ittersagen lost to Hidass 2-6,2-6
5s Trotter def. Clyne 6-4 , 6-2
6s  Domenech def. 4-6,6-2 ,10-6

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