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Buffalo Bulls Women's Tennis sweeps shortened match against Quinnipiac

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In Connecticut for UConn's Connecticut Invitational, UB Women's Tennis will only play shortened dual matches against three opponents this weekend, but got off to the right start with a sweep of Quinnipiac this evening.

The Bobcats are something of a regional power, below the Ivies at least, having not dropped a conference dual in two seasons and beginning 2016 as the overwhelming favorites to once again win the MAAC, but the Bulls took all four singles matches in addition to a single doubles showdown.

At least the abbreviated 4-1 format allowed for a longer doubles match, and UB was able to get most everyone action as the doubles pairing of Margarita Kotok and Dayana Agasieva did not compete in singles. There's not a whole lot more to say here, as UB not only swept the team score, but won every set on the evening, as well.

Doubles:

Kotok/Agasieva (UB) def. Young/Lohaphaisan (QU); 6-4, 6-2

Singles:

Tanja Stojanovska (UB) def. Sophia Dzulynsky (QU); 6-4, 6-4
Chantal Martinez Blanco (UB) def. Rachel Horton (QU); 6-4, 7-5
Laura Holterbosch (UB) def. Jennifer Lu (QU); 6-3, 6-3
Sanjana Sudhir (UB) def. Sitilia Rencheli (QU); 7-5, 6-2

(Exhib.) Mercedes Losada Rubio (UB) def. Alexandra Mircea (QU); 6-2, 6-1