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YSU Tennis: Burak, Hankle victorious as Penguins drop opener at Toledo

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TOLEDO, Ohio - The Youngstown State women's tennis teams dropped their spring opener falling 5-2 to Toledo at the Toledo Shadow Valley Tennis Club on Saturday night. Lauren Hankle and Marta Burak picked up wins for YSU. 

At No. 1 singles, Burak defeated the Rockets' Pia Rygh 6-7 (4), 6-0, 10-4. At No. 2 singles, Hankle won in straight sets over Lext Pitt, 7-5, 6-4. The Rockets won the other four singles matches in straight sets. 

In doubles play, Burak and Carolyn Jesko pulled out a hard-fought 8-7 (4) victory at No. 1. 

The Penguins (0-1) return to action next Saturday at Bowling Green. Toledo improved to 2-1 with the victory. 

Toledo 5, YSU 2 

Singles

No. 1 - Burak (YSU) def. Pia Rygh (UT) - 6-7 (4), 6-0, 10-4

No. 2 - Hankle (YSU) def. Lexy Pitt (UT) - 7-5, 6-4

No. 3 - Chrisy Coffman (UT) def. Annina Brendel (YSU) - 6-2, 6-0

No. 4 - Mackenzie Bowman (UT) def. Jesko (YSU) - 6-1, 6-1

No. 5 - Katleyn Nguyen (UT) def. Maria Puppo (YSU) - 6-4, 6-0

No. 6 - Silvia Carvajel (UT) def. Tijana Raicevic (YSU) - 6-1, 6-1

 

Doubles

No. 1 - Burak/Jesko (YSU) def. Rygh/Pitt (UT) - 8-7 (5)

No. 2 - Bowman/Emily Mazzola (UT) def. Hankel/Brendel (YSU) - 8-4

No. 3 - Carvajel/Nguyen (UT) def. Puppo/Raicevic (YSU) - 8-4

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