May 20, 2003
GAINESVILLE, FL – One singles player and one doubles team competed for the Clemson women’s tennis team at the 2003 NCAA Singles and Doubles Championship at the University of Florida’s Ring Tennis Complex in Gainesville on Tuesday. Sophomore Alix Lacelarie fell in the second round of the NCAA Singles Championship, while the Tigers’ doubles duo of sophomore Julie Coin and senior Laurence Jayet lost in the first round of the NCAA doubles draw.
Lacelarie fell to sixth-ranked Raquel Kops-Jones of California by a score of 6-4, 7-6(6) in a match that lasted two hours and three minutes. Lacelarie, currently ranked 49th by the ITA in singles, finishes the season with a 17-6 dual match record. She was the ACC Flight Champion at flight two singles and doubles and was named to the 2003 All-ACC team. This was Lacelarie’s second appearance in the NCAA Singles Championship. At last year’s championship, she fell in the second round to third-ranked Megan Bradley of UCLA.
Coin and Jayet fell to Florida’s 26th-ranked team of Jennifer Magley and Zerene Reyes by a score of 6-2, 6-4. The pair, currently ranked 27th according to the latest ITA poll, finishes the season with a 22-9 overall record and a 15-7 record in dual doubles matches.
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