Sept. 17, 2014
COLUMBIA, Mo. - For a third uninterrupted year, Mizzou tennis will start their deteriorate with a Mizzou Invite during The Plaza
Tennis Center in Kansas City, Mo. The 3 day eventuality will take place Friday, Sept. 19 - Sunday, Sept. 21. Admission to a Mizzou Invite is giveaway via a weekend.
At final year's Mizzou Invite, a Tigers claimed dual doubles and 3 singles titles opposite foe from Oklahoma State, Princeton and Nebraska. In doubles play, Rachel Stuhlmann and Tracy Dong during No. 3 and Alex Clark and Madison Rhyner during No. 4 any tallied titles. In singles competition, Kelli Hine (No. 4), Clark (No. 5) and Cassidy Spearman (No. 6) all took home championship crowns during The Plaza Tennis
At No. 1 doubles final year, Gaytan-Leach and Stuhlman shined for Mizzou and constructed a .500 (8-8) record. The subsequent tip Tigers twin was Hine and Spearman during No. 3 doubles, as they finished with an considerable 3-1 record to tighten out a 2013-14 season.
Last Apr 16-20, a new Mizzou Tennis Center hosted a 2014 SEC Women's Tennis Championship. In a initial turn of competition, Mizzou came divided with a 4-0 brush over No. 12 seed Arkansas Razorbacks
and it noted a program's initial SEC Championship victory. The subsequent day however, a Tigers fell to No. 8 seed Texas AM in a contest and saw their 2013-14 deteriorate come to an end.
Mizzou brings behind 4 minute winners from final year's patrol (Clark, Hine, Rhyner, and Spearman), while welcoming 3 newcomers in Brianna Lashway, Beatriz Machado Santos and Brittany Lashway.
Brittany joins Mizzou after personification for Syracuse University in 2012-13, and Santos comes to Columbia, Mo. from Texas Tech University. 2014-15 will symbol Brianna Lashway's initial collegiate tennis campaign.
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