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K-State Slips in Final Road Contest at No. 49 Tulsa, 4-3 – Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-04-07 15:50:15 –

Tulsa, Oklahoma. – The Kansas Women’s Tennis Team rebounded to force match-decision points in the final stages of the single spray, but slipped in the final match and 4-3 to No. 49 Tulsa on Wednesday afternoon (March 31). I lost in. Michael D. Case Tennis Center.

“I’m running out again,” said the head coach. Jordan smith.. “In the end, I missed the doubles point and missed the chance. I had some reeds and didn’t close the practice method. I responded well in the singles.”

K-State (6-7, 1-3 Big 12) did not take advantage of the initial momentum in doubles play. Wildcats dropped both sets to 1st and 3rd place, giving Tulsa (10-4) 1-0 advantage.

Senior tandem Rila Barzo And freshmen Manami Ukita We swept 6-0 between Shrapoppe and Valeria Rosenkova in the Golden Hurricane and started the doubles match. Barzo and Ukita will be 7-0 this season when paired.

Fighting Tulsa’s Megan Hopton and Laie Conde Monfort’s sophomore tough volley Rosanna Mafei And Ioana Gheorghita It was sputtered in the second half of the set and fell to 6-3 on coat 3.

Confront the 26th place doubles tandem in the first and second grades of the court Carine-Marion’s work And junior Maria Linares After fighting, Tulsa’s Martina Ocarova and Bella Proner dropped a tight 6-4 set, allowing Golden Hurricane to take the doubles point and 1-0 lead. Tulsa’s duo is an impressive 12-1 this season.

The job, which tried to gain momentum in single play, was handed a chore to fight Martina Okalova, Tulsa’s ace, ranked 81st in the ITA National Singles poll. The match was in favor of Ocarova early on, and the job couldn’t regain momentum as Lyon, France, fell to a score of 2-6, 4-6 on Court 1.

Double Spray Job Opponent-Junior Maria Linares – She passed Tulsa’s Lyre Condemon Fall in two sets, 6-2 and 6-3, so she was able to put K-State in second place.

“Maria (Linares) did a quick job and helped to gain momentum,” Smith said.

After Tulsa’s Bella Proner wins 7-5, 6-3 Manami Ukita Giving the Golden Hurricane a 3-1 advantage in 4th place, K-State was able to fight for a score of 3 with Gheorghita and Maffei winning in 6th and 3rd place singles. ..

6th place was recently Gheorghita as sophomores quickly found her rhythm in the third set with the Golden Hurricane Rain Benedicić and won 6-2, 2-6, 6-2. It is boosted by the play of. In 2021, she will improve her dual match record to 3-1.

Mafei needed three sets to dispatch Tulsa’s Shrapoppe 6-1, 4-6, 6-1. This gave Wildcats an important point towards the final match of the afternoon.

“Rose color(Rosanna Mafei) And Ioana (Georgita) counterattacked and regained us equally, “Smith said.

In the winner-dominated scenario, Barzo fired back and forth with Valeria Rosenkova in Tulsa, becoming two sets of tiebreakers in favor of Rosenkova, winning 7-6 (7-4) and 7-5. 5th place to stop the slow comeback from K-State.

K-State launches the final home stand of the 2021 campaign after the final road trip as Wildcats face 44th Kansas (7-7, 1-2 Big 12) in the Dillons Sunflower showdown on Saturday. To do. April 3 Mike Goth Tennis Stadium. This is the second match of the season against the Jayhawks, who won their first installment with a score of 4-1 against K-State in Lawrence, Kansas.

K-State at No. 49 Tulsa
March 31, 2021
Case tennis center

Double spray
Finishing order: 2, 3, 1

No. 1. # 26 Martina Okalova / Vera Ploner (TULSA) def. Carine-Marion’s work/Maria Linares (KSU) 6-4
No.2. Rila Barzo /Manami Ukita (KSU) def. Shrapoppe / Valeria Rosenkova (TULSA) 6-0
No. 3. Megan Hopton / Laia Conde Monfort (TULSA) def. Ioana Gheorghita/Rosanna Mafei (KSU) 6-3

Single play:
Finishing order: 1, 2, 4, 6, 3, 5

No. 1. # 81 Martina Okalova (TULSA) def. Carine-Marion’s work (KSU) 6-2, 6-4
2nd place. Maria Linares (KSU) def. Lyre Condemon Fall (TULSA) 6-2, 6-3
No.3. Rosanna Mafei (KSU) def. Shrapoppe (Tulsa) 6-1, 4-6, 6-1
No. 4. Vera Ploner (TULSA) def. Manami Ukita (KSU) 7-5, 6-3
No. 5. Valeryia Rozenkova (TULSA) def. Rila Barzo (KSU) 7-6 (7-4), 7-5
No. 6 Ioana Gheorghita (KSU) def. Lian Benedejcic (TULSA) 6-2, 2-6, 6-2

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