PHOENIX – The New Mexico State girls’s tennis workforce edged UT Rio Grande Valley Saturday night 4-Three in spite of clinching the fit 4-1 to stay prefect in Western Athletic Convention play on the GCU Tennis Facility.
The Aggie pair of Harsha Challa and Gavi Kalaga first took down UTRGV’s best pair 6-1 sooner than Chloe Gavino and Rebecca Keijzerwaard clinched the doubles level with a 6-Four win on court docket No. 3. Proper after the fit was once clinched, Lindsay Harlas and Yadira Rubio bested their foes on the No. 2 doubles place 6-Three to finish the doubles sweep.
The Vaqueros tied the fit up straight away, 1-1, in singles play when Nethmi Waduge bested Gavino – who performed one spot up at No. five 6-3, 7-6. Challa gave New Mexico State the lead again with a 6-4, 6-1 victory on court docket No. Three sooner than Harlas gave NM State fit level with a 6-4, 6-1 triumph on court docket No. 2.
Kalaga, enjoying within the No. 6 singles place after Neus Torregrosa was once scratched from the No. Four spot, clinched the fit for New Mexico State with an exciting 6-1, 4-6, 6-2 win over Sandra Putz. The Vaqueros claimed wins on courts No. Four and No. 1 afterwards, however it was once too little too past due.
New Mexico State will wrap up the primary pod play of WAC motion with a 1 p.m. (MT) fit towards host Grand Canyon on Sunday, March 24, on the GCU Tennis Facility.
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