Feb. 14, 2004
BERKELEY, Calif. - The Cal women's tennis team bounced back in fine fashion, after an emotional loss to No. 2 Georgia last weekend, to blank No. 38 UNLV, 7-0. The Bears improved to 6-1 on the season.
The Bears had four players pick up their 13th wins of the year, including senior Catherine Lynch, who won her seventh match in a row. She has also won nine of her last 10 matches, while improving her record on court No. 5 to 3-0 on the year.
No. 2 Raquel Kops-Jones battled through a nagging injury to upend Gyorgyi Zsiros, 7-6, 6-1. She also teamed with Jieun Jacobs to pick-up an 8-4 victory in doubles competiton. Jacobs played almost flawless tennis, defeating Ago Abrum, 6-0, 6-1, for her 11th victory of the year.
Freshman Monica Wiesener continued to to be a bright spot for the Bears out in court No. 6, recording her ninth win of the year, 6-0, 7-5, over Mery Constanti.
The Bears move on to face San Diego State and Fresno State, next week at home.