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Women’s Tennis Falls to Virginia Tech

February 27, 1999

BLACKSBURG, Va.- The Clemson women’s tennis team was defeated by 28th ranked Virginia Tech, 6-3, Saturday morning in Blacksburg, giving the Tigers a 1-5 record.

Clemson freshman Carmina Giraldo was defeated at number one singles, by Majka Sarafini, 6-4, 6-7(3), 6-1. At two singles, Clemson senior Kate-Maree Mair took the loss to Ines Khelifi, by a score of 7-5, 6-1. The Tigers Catherine Galvin fell at three singles to Gloria Guntinas, 6-1, 6-3. At four singles, Clemson senior Cecilia Hincapie handed Vanessa Pardo of Virginia Tech a loss by a score of 6-3, 6-4. Christina Oldock of Clemson fell to Dega Mrozek, 6-2, 6-3, in the number five spot. At number six singles, Clemson sophomore Cinny Clausen was victorious over Michele Martaus, 6-2, 6-1.

In doubles action, the Tigers Giraldo and Mair fell to the Hokies Sarafini and Pardo, 8-4. At two doubles, Oldock and Galvin of Clemson took the loss to Guntinas and Khelifi. The pair of Hincapie and Clausen were victorious over Mrozek and Martuas at three doubles, 8-2.

Clemson (1-5) will take on Brigham Young University this Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Clemson.


Singles1 Majka Sarafini (VT) def. Carmina Giraldo (CU)   6-4,6-7(3), 6-12 Ines Khelifi (VT) def. Kate-Maree Mair (CU)            7-5, 6-13 Gloria Guntinas (VT) def. Catherine Galvin (CU)        6-1, 6-34 Cecilia Hincapie (CU) def. Vanessa Pardo (VT)          6-3, 6-45 Dega Mrozek (VT) def. Christina Oldock (CU)            6-2, 6-36 Cinny Clausen (CU) def. Michele Martaus(VT)            6-2, 6-1

Doubles 1 Sarafini and Pardo (VT) def. Giraldo and Mair (CU) 8-4 2 Guntinas and Khelifi (VT) def. Galvin and Oldock (CU) 8-4 3 Hincapie and Clausen (CU) def. Mrozek and Martaus (VT) 8-2