Maryland women’s tennis wasn’t able to muster up much of any success against Nebraska this past Sunday, falling 4-0 in College Park.
The Cornhuskers bested the Terps when it came to singles. Junior Selma Cadar, freshman Mary Brumfield and junior Jojo Bach all suffered losses. Cadar had the closest defeat against Nebraska’s Kristina Novak, with her match finishing at 6-4, 6-2 in Novak’s favor.
Maryland’s lone victory came in doubles with the combination of sophomore Minorka Miranda and graduate student Marta Perez Mur taking down Nebraska’s Chloe Kuckelman and Isabel Adrover, 6-2.
The shutout loss against Nebraska snapped the Terps’ newly-found momentum. The Terps had won two straight games heading into the matchup but came away empty-handed.
Maryland has four games left in its regular season. The Terps will first stay in College Park for two consecutive matches, which will come against Indiana and then Purdue. Maryland’s regular season ends with matchups with Ohio State and Penn State. Both of those games will come on the road.
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