McKenna, van de Ven Pace Win At Pac-10s
Jan. 13, 2001
SEATTLE, Wash. -- - Senior Moniek van de Ven and freshman Stacey McKenna from Washington State picked up key wins in Saturday's action at the Ninth Annual Pacific-10 Conference Women's Tennis Championships at the Nordstrom Tennis Center.
Both McKenna and van de Ven recorded victories in the first round and quarterfinals of the Flight IV singles competition and McKenna came back to team up with Ana Maria Moura to pick up a win in the first round of Flight II doubles action.
WSU's big winner Friday in the opening day of compeition, Erica Perkins, lost her Flight I singles match to ASU's Adria Engel in the semifinals, 6-3, 6-1. Perkins and teammate Tamara Filipovic fell in the first round of the Flight I doubles competition, losing 8-1 to Darija Klaic and Kristina Kraszewski from Washington.
In the Cougars only other quarterfinal action Saturday, van de Ven and Zorana Roganovic lost 9-7 to the Flight II doubles team of Sekita Grant and Raquel Kops-Jones from California.
Action concludes Sunday.
Pac-10 Indoor Women Tournament
Jan. 13, 2001
Flight I Singles - Semifinals
Adria Engel, ASU, def. Erica Perkins, WSU, 6-3, 6-1
Flight I Singles - Consolation
Raquel Kops-Jones, California, def. Ana Maria Moura, WSU, 6-2, 6-2
Flight II Singles - Quarterfinals
Christina Fusano, California, def. Lorena Arias, Washington State, 7-5, 6-2
Flight III Singles - Consolation
Vickie Gunnarsson, Oregon, def. Tamara Filipovic, WSU, 6-4, 7-5
Flight IV Singles - First Round
Stacey McKenna, WSU, def. Chelsea Godbey, UCLA, 6-2, 6-4
Moniek van de Ven, WSU, def. Courtney Nagle, Oregon, 6-1, 6-3
Flight IV Singles - Quarterfinals
Stacey McKenna, WSU, def. Kathy Chi, Washington, 6-0, 6-3
Moniek van de Ven, WSU, def. Jennifer Donahue, UCLA, 6-1, 6-1
Flight II Doubles - First Round
Stacey McKeena/Ana Maria Moura, WSU, def. Jennifer Donahue/Catherine Hawley, UCLA, 8-2
Zorana Rogonovic/Moniek Van de Ven, WSU, bye
Flight II Doubles - Quarterfinals
Grant/Kops-Jones, California, def. Roganovic/van de Ven, WSU, 9-7