St. Louis, Mo., April 10, 2015 – The No. 11-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's tennis team earned its seventh sweep of the season with a 9-0 victory over No. 38 University of Texas-Tyler to give head coach Kelly Stahlhuth her 150th career win with the Bears Friday afternoon at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center.
Stahlhuth has led the Bears to 11 or more victories in all 10 of her seasons at the helm of the WashU program. With Friday's win, she improved her career coaching record to 150-70 (.682).
1. Rebecca Ho/Jamie Silverberg (WASHU) def. Amy Friesenhahn/Tori Musngi (UTT) 8-4
2. Grace Deering/Hanna Newstadt (WASHU) def. Sarah Moses/Jennifer Payne (UTT) 8-3
3. Mindy Borovsky/Aly Coran (WASHU) def. Emily Hoover/Nicole Musngi (UTT) 8-0
1. Rebecca Ho (WASHU) def. Amy Friesenhahn (UTT) 6-0, 6-1
2. Jamie Silverberg (WASHU) def. Tori Musngi (UTT) 6-4, 6-0
3. Aly Coran (WASHU) def. Jennifer Payne (UTT) 7-5, 6-4
4. Grace Deering (WASHU) def. Sarah Moses (UTT) 6-1, 6-4
5. Hanna Newstadt (WASHU) def. Nicole Musngi (UTT) 6-3, 6-1
6. Kaylan Griffith (WASHU) def. Janae Warren (UTT) 6-2, 6-1
• The Bears improved to 7-4 against ranked opponents, including wins over ranked teams in each of their last four matches.
• WashU has won nine of its last 10 matches, including the last seven in a row.
• The Bears swept doubles for the 10th time this season.
• Freshman Grace Deering won her 10th consecutive singles match, improving to 19-3 this season.
• Junior Aly Coran brought her career record to 93-47, seven wins shy of becoming the 23rd player in school history to reach 100 career victories.
• Junior Jamie Silverberg moved into a tie with Jenny Stein (2000-03) for 19th on the Bears' all-time career wins list with 104.
Up Next: WashU improved to 13-4 on the season with the win, while UT-Tyler dropped to 13-4. The Bears host No. 15 University of Chicago and No. 28 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater for a pair of matches Saturday. WashU and Chicago square off for the third time this season at 9 a.m. at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center, before the Bears take on UW-Whitewater at 2 p.m. at the Tao Tennis Center.