Women's Tennis Loses To Nevada
Dee Dee Nelson won in doubles play.
 
Dee Dee Nelson won in doubles play.
 
 

April 17, 2006

BOISE, Idaho - Utah State women's tennis team had a disappointing trip to Boise as it lost all three matches with its last coming on Saturday against Nevada, 5-2. With the loss USU drops to 8-14 on the spring season.

Utah State secured the doubles point with good play from two separate teams. In number one play, Andrea Barker and Lindsey Bennion won 8-6, while Courtney Anderson and Dee-Dee Nelson won 9-7 in the three spot.

Courtney Anderson, a sophomore from Salt Lake City, was the lone Aggie to gain a point in singles play. She defeated Fiorella Velez of Nevada in three sets at the number three spot.

The Aggies compete next at the WAC championships in Boise, Idaho on April 20-23.

NEVADA 5, USU 2

Singles

#1 - Bailly (NEV) def. Bennion 6-4, 6-1

#2 - Bouchlaka (NEV) def. Smith 6-4, 6-0

#3 - Anderson (USU) def. Velez 7-5, 4-6

#4 - Davenport (NEV) def. Nelson 6-3, 7-5

#5 - Bardot (NEV) def. Barker 6-0, 6-3

#6 - Pham (NEV) def. Monson 6-2, 6-3

Doubles

#1 - Barker/Bennion (USU) def. Davenport/Velez 8-6

#2 - Bardot/Bailly (NEV) def. Smith/Monson 8-5

#3 - Anderson/Nelson (USU) def. Bouchlaka/Pham 9-7

 

 

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