Wednesday, the Wildcats played one last match to end their regular season. Both the men’s and women’s team challenged McMurry, our neighbors down the road, and did not break a sweat as they landed the Warhawks.
The women’s team didn’t take long to claim their victory, as some matches took only 45 minutes.
In singles, three matches were 6-0 straight and two had the score of 6-1, 6-0.
Micah Hermsdorf who defeated Lauren Renner, Brittney Reed who matched with Sydney Gonzalez, and Hannah Kelley were the matches with a score of 6-0.
The matches of Laura Mongin who faced Salitza Abrantes and Kaysie Hermsdorf who challenged Jessica Bentley finished with a 6-1, 6-0 score and Emily Conrad had her 12th win of the season against Brandy Curry, 6-3, 6-1
The team won all three of the doubles matches.
Two duos served up an 8-4 match, Jamie Lee Denton and K. Hermsdorf and M. Hermsdorf and partner Kelley. Pair Mongin and Reed defeated McMurry’s Gonzalez and Chelsea Miller 8-2.
The women’s team added a 9-0 win to their winning streak, now at 10 games straight, making them 22-5 overall this season with a 5-0 record in the Lone Star Conference as they head to the LSC Championship Tournament this weekend.
The men’s team end their regular season on a high note as they made a huge comeback after their disappointing trip in Florida last weekend.
The team won 5 of 6 of their single matches.
Hach Hans faced off against Chris Breaux 6-2, 6-2. Guilherme Gesser matched up with Felipe Cruz 6-4, 4-6, 10-4. Alfredo Desiati put in work and defeated Christiano Mendes 7-5, 7-6 (7-2).
Nicklas Wingord took on Dani Perez 6-2, 6-4 and Borja Cortes finished 6-3, 6-4 against Preston Steblein.
The squad won 2 of 3 doubles matches.
Hach partnered with Gesser defeated Breaux and Casjen Rico 8-2 and Cortes with Jason Proctor challenged pair Cruz and Perez 8-3.
The Wildcats celebrated a 7-2 victory, which improved their season to 13-14 overall with a 1-2 conference mark.
Both teams head to Southlake to start the road in defending their title as conference champs.
The No. 2 seed men’s team will first match up against the University of the Incarnate Word, while the top-seed women’s team will play the winner of the Incarnate Word versus Cameron match.
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