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|ULM tennis claims title|
The ULM women's tennis team claimed three flight titles over the weekend in the ULM invitational played at Heard Stadium on the ULM campus.
"Our girls have been working hard all fall," ULM head coach Terrence De Jongh said. "We knew coming into this season that the bottom part of our line-up was very strong. It showed at this tournament with winning flights two, three and four. We still have some work to do to become a more complete team, but we are progressing and should enter the spring with a lot of momentum."
Senior Marion Lehmann led a group of players claiming individual victories. Sophomores Clair Clarke and Ana Burjaili also won their own flights to give ULM more power points in the weekend event.
Clark downed Leydi Zora of Arkansas State in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. Clark won the second flight for the Warhawks squad.
Lehmann wrapped up a 3-0 weekend with a 6-2, 0-6, 6-3 victory over Arkansas State's Tina Ojdanic in flight three singles. Burjaili claimed the title in flight four with a dominating 6-0, 6-0 win over Tennessee-Martin's Julanne McMeen.
ULM did not stop with their fine play in just singles competition. Doubles play saw ULM claim flight victories as well as Clark and Lehmann won the back draw of flight one doubles with wins of 8-2 and 8-1 over both UALR and Tennessee-Martin.
"I am very excited about the play of Marion and Claire today," De Jongh said. "They just dominated in doubles today. There strength has always been in singles, but they are forming a pretty formidable pair. They lost three games in two doubles matches today. That is taking care of business."
Arkansas State was the winning team in the top flights of singles and doubles play. Jenny Herring claimed top honors in individual play with a 6-2, 6-7, 12-10 win over teammate Paula Chelminska. Van Wyk and Zora bested the team of Herring and Chelminska to take a flight one doubles championship.
"I want to thank all our fans and supporters this fall," De Jongh said. "We hosted two successful tournaments and part of the reason is because of the support of the Monroe and ULM communities. All the feedback has been very positive for both tournaments making them something we plan to continue doing in the future."