CAYCE, S.C. — The seventh-seeded Creighton ladies’s tennis workforce fell to second-seeded DePaul, 4-0, on Saturday all the way through the 2019 BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal spherical. The Bluejays and Blue Demons concluded their fit that was once began on Friday prior to heavy rain suspended play. 

Creighton ended its spring season at 9-13.

The 2 groups began doubles play on Friday afternoon however didn’t end any fits prior to inclement climate halted motion.

DePaul earned the primary level of the day on Saturday with wins on the No. 1 and No. Three doubles positions. Creighton’s Erin Epperson and Gabby O’Connor held a 5-Five tie all the way through the No. 2 fit however didn’t end. 

The Blue Demons ended the fit with straight-sets singles victories on the backside 3 slots and misplaced best six mixed video games all the way through the ones fits. 

The Bluejays claimed first-set victories at each and every of the highest 3 singles positions. Ashley Ishimura gained 6-Four within the opening body all the way through at No. 1, Sarah Wilcox earned a 7-Five first set victory at No. 2 and Michaela Henne battled for a 6-Four win on the No. Three place. 

“It was once nice to peer our most sensible 3 take the primary units lately and I am simply disillusioned that we did not play neatly sufficient down underneath to make it extra of a fit,” head trainer Tom Lilly mentioned. “I am pleased with the way in which this workforce fought all 12 months and we’re going to omit our 3 seniors who’ve accomplished numerous excellent issues all the way through their careers.”

Saturday marked the overall fit for Creighton seniors Claire Embree, Michaela Henne and Ashley Ishimura.

No. 2 DePaul 4, No. 7 Creighton 0

4/20/2019 at Cayce, S.C. (Cayce Tennis and Health Heart) 

Fit Notes
No. 2 DePaul 9-11
No. 7 Creighton 9-13
Order of end: Doubles (1,3); Singles (5,4,6)
2019 BIG EAST Tennis Championships Quarterfinal Spherical

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