Women's Tennis Wraps Up Home Stand Against Portland

March 29, 2007

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UPCOMING MATCH: The Husky women's tennis team (2-14, 0-4 Pac-10) close out their non-conference schedule with a match against the Portland Pilots (10-7) on Friday, March 30 at 12 pm PT. Admission to the match at the Nordstrom Tennis Center is free, and free parking can also be redeemed at the kiosk on the west end of Husky Stadium. Complimentary pizza and soft drinks will be served in between the doubles and singles matches. For fans that can not attend in person, live stats and video will be available on GoHuskies.com.

SCOUTING PORTLAND: The Portland Pilots come to Seattle with a 10-7 record on the season. The Pilots are 6-0 at home and 3-6 on the road. Four different Pilots have played No. 1 singles but Christina Feyen seeing action there in seven of the last eight matches. Audree Jenks has played especially strong for Portland, going 7-3 over the last 10 matches. Portland's roster features two players with Washington connection: sophomore Katie Kennel from Lakewood and Anna Gullickson from Spokane. The Huskies are a perfect 16-0 all-time against the Pilots.

LAST MATCH: The Oregon Ducks beat Washington 5-2 on Tuesday in Seattle. Mathilde Cor won for the fourth-consecutive match at No. 1, while Tara Simpson won her second-straight match.


  • Newcomers Joyce Ardies and Mathilde Cor are the only Huskies that boast .500 records or better. Ardies leads the team with a 13-10 overall record, 7-7 in dual matches. Cor has an 8-7 overall record, but is 5-7 in dual matches.
  • The doubles duo of Tara Simpson and Melinda Wong are 8-8 in dual meet action and 11-8 overall. The rest of the team has six doubles wins combined in dual matches.
  • Washington started the season 0-12 at the No. 1 singles spot, but have since won four-straight in the top spot, thanks to Mathilde Cor. Cor's four-match win streak is the longest by a Husky this season.
  • The Huskies are 12-15 in three-set matches this season. They also have a 9-8 record in sets that are decided by tie breakers.
  • Three Huskies hail from the state of Washington (Allison Rainey, Lauren Summers, and Melinda Wong).
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