MALIBU, Calif. – The Vanderbilt women’s tennis team wrapped up the Women’s Collegiate Classic by earning a pair of doubles and singles victories on Saturday at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center.
Beginning day three with doubles, the Commodores earned an undefeated start.
Senior Christina Rosca and sophomore Georgia Drummy quickly took the lead over California’s Bright and Ivanov to kick off doubles play. The Commodore pair held the duo to only three games to soar to a 6-3 victory over the California pair.
Keeping up a successful start, senior Emma Kurtz and junior Amanda Meyer paired up to shut out San Diego duo Goldsmith and Kukaras, 6-0.
Closing out the tournament in singles, Kurtz and Drummy both tabbed victories to conclude competition in the first Women’s Collegiate Classic.
Kurtz battled against Duke’s Summer Dvorak to take the first set over Dvorak, 6-4. Dvorak fought back in the second set to earn three games but Kurtz overpowered Dvorak to claim the match, 6-3.
Picking up the Dores final victory, Drummy took on Michigan’s Lommer ready to collect her first singles victory of the Classic.
The sophomore stormed the court in the first set to take down Lommer, 6-2. Maintaining momentum and confidence heading into the second set, Drummy secured a straight set win over Lommer, closing the match in the second set, 7-5.
Drummy will continue competition this week with teammate Rosca as the pair travels to Tulsa, Oklahome to battle in the main draw of the 2019 ITA All-Americans on Wednesday.
Keep up with the duo in Oklahoma by following @VandyWTennis on Twitter and Instagram.
Kurtz/Meyer (VAN) def. Goldsmith/Kukaras (USD) – 6-0
Rosca/Drummy (VAN) def. Bright/Ivanov (CAL) – 6-3
Drummy (VAN) def. Lommer (MICH) – 6-2, 7-5
Kurtz (VAN) def. Dvorak (DUKE) – 6-4, 6-3
Ivanov (CAL) def. Rosca (VAN) – 7-6, 6-2
Hill (FSU) def. Meyer (VAN) – 6-3, 6-1