Maryland women’s tennis concluded the 2021 ITA Atlantic Super Regionals this past Monday, per a release. The Terps had a few strong performances in singles, as well as solid runs in the doubles draw.
Partners Mary Brumfield and Selma Cadar defeated West Virginia’s Camilla Bossi and Ting-Pei Chang, 8-3, to give the Terps a win to start the tournament. Soon after in doubles play, Pair Jojo Bach and Marta Perez Mur took down Penn State’s Yvonna Zuffova and Alina Lebedeva in the fashion of an 8-4 victory.
Additionally, on the first day of singles play, Perez Mur earned a victory and a spot in the Round of 16 with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Avantika Willy of Georgetown. Then, Bach added another to the win column for Maryland, defeating No. 120-ranked Esther Lovato of Liberty, 6-4, 6-2. Then in the Round of 16, Bach was defeated by the No. 97-ranked Mila Saric of William & Mary 3-6, 7-5.
In the doubles quarterfinals, Maryland’s Perez Mur and Bach won over the No. 2 seed and No. 4 Virginia duo of Natasha Subhash and Sofia Munera 8-7 (6). In the semis, though, the Terps’ doubles team put up a battle against the pair of Collard and Hibah Shaikh, however, they eventually fell 3-6, 4-6.
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Heads Up— Maryland Softball (@TerpsSoftball) October 28, 2021
Due to impending weather in the area, our scheduled game against @UVASoftball has been cancelled.
Thank you to those who supported us throughout our fall season, we’ll see ya in the spring!! pic.twitter.com/aSrQtC1P46
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Been waiting a long time for this— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) October 28, 2021
After recovering from two season-ending injuries, Aiden Peduzzi saw the first on field action of her career last weekend! pic.twitter.com/aAT0jwZ9x7
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