Sophia Kryloff swings her racket at a tennis ball.
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Boston University BOSTONU (1-3)
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Yale YALE (3-0)

Match Recap: Women's Tennis |

Yale Holds Off Women's Tennis, 5-2

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Facing its second Ivy League opponent, the Boston University women's tennis team fell at Yale, 5-2, on Sunday afternoon. The Bulldogs won two of three doubles matches for the first point and then captured four singles points in straight sets.

THE RUNDOWN

Final Score: Yale 5, Boston University 2
Records: Yale (3-0), BU (1-3)
Venue: Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center – New Haven, Conn.

MATCH NOTES
  • BU captured two points against Yale after being blanked, 7-0, a year prior.    
  • The Bulldogs won two doubles matches by a combined score of 12-2.
  • Senior Iryna Kostirko and freshman Emily Kim helped BU avoid the sweep in doubles by posting a 6-4 win to improve to 2-2 as a duo this winter at line 2.
  • Freshman Lily Burchell also moved to 2-2 in the dual season by dropping just four games at No. 4 singles against Caroline Amos.
  • Junior Sophia Kryloff made her first appearance in the new year and edged Yale's Sarah Cameron in a pair of tiebreakers for the 7-6(3), 7-6(5) victory in the No. 6 slot.
  • Junior Remi Ramos went to a tiebreaker in her first set against Ivy League Second-Team member Amy Yang but ultimately came up short, 7-6(4), 6-0, while sophomore Clara Falxa won a combined eight games at line 5.
SINGLES RESULTS

1. Samantha Martinelli (YALE) def. Iryna Kostirko (BU): 6-3, 6-2
2. Amy Yang (YALE) def. Remi Ramos (BU): 7-6(4), 6-0
3. Elizabeth Zordani (YALE) def. Emily Kim (BU): 6-2, 6-4
4. Lily Burchell (BU) def. Caroline Amos (YALE): 6-0, 6-4
5. Sunday Swett (YALE) def. Clara Falxa (BU): 6-4, 6-4
6. Sophia Kryloff (BU) def. Sarah Cameron (YALE): 7-6(3), 7-6(5)

DOUBLES RESULTS

1. Martinelli/Zordani (YALE) def. Ramos/Burchell (BU): 6-0
2. Kostirko/Kim (BU) def. Mimi Levine/Amos (YALE): 6-4
3. Swett/Yang (YALE) def. Falxa / Dani Blaser (BU): 6-2

NEXT UP: HARVARD
  • The Terriers will visit the Crimson on Saturday (Feb. 3) at 10 a.m.
  • Harvard won last year's matchup, 6-1, at home.
  • Fans will be able to watch the action on the Ivy League Digital Network.
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