CLEMSON, S.C. – The 20th-ranked Clemson women’s tennis team hosts Boston College Sunday, April 12 at 11 a.m. Live stats will be on ClemsonTigers.com and fans can follow @ClemsonWTennis on twitter for updates as well. Admission is free to all home regular season women’s tennis matches and t-shirts will be givent to the first 100 fans in attendance.
Clemson is 13-8 on the season and 8-4 in the ACC entering the match against the Eagles. The Tigers are coming off of a tough 4-3 loss at No. 22 Duke on Friday. Clemson has three singles players ranked in the most recent ITA singles poll. Joana Eidukonyte, at 15th, is Clemson’s highest ranked player. The junior from Lithuania is 29-6 on the season. She is 10-2 in ACC play.
Romy Koelzer (33) and Beatrice Gumulya (64) also represent the Tigers in the latest poll. Koelzer is 17-9 on the season and has eight conference wins, playing primarily in the top singles spot for Clemson. Gumulya enters the match at 24-8 and is on a six-match winning streak.
The doubles team of Gumulya and Jessy Rompies is ranked third overall with a 26-4 record. Eidukonyte and her partner Daniela Ruiz are also ranked in the doubles poll, coming in at No. 74. The duo is 17-4 and undefeated against nationally-ranked opponents.
Scouting Boston CollegeBoston College is 13-9 overall and 7-5 in conference play. The Eagles are coming off of 7-0 loss at Georgia Tech on April 10.
Jessica Wacnik is ranked 97th in the ITA singles poll and teammate Asiya Dair comes in at No. 101. The doubles team of Wacnik and Lexi Borr are ranked 51st in the doubles rankings.
Clemson is 9-0 all-time against Boston College and 5-0 in matches played in Clemson. In the 2014 meeting, the Tigers defeated the Eagles 6-1 in Boston.
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