PALO ALTO - Seattle University Women's Tennis traveled south for the ITA Northwest Regional Championships in Palo Alto and came away with impressive victories over PAC 12 and WCC opponents.
"We had an amazing weekend at the ITA Regionals at Stanford, said head coach Adam Reeb." "All four girls we brought to this event played terrific and represented themselves and our program so well. Michelle and Madison had an absolutely huge win in doubles over a team from Cal Berkeley that had one of its members play in the doubles finals of the Junior Orange Bowl, which is one of the most prestigious junior tournaments in the world. Michelle and Madison had a great game plan which they executed perfectly. They were in control and really dominated that match from start to finish."
Freshmen Kali McCollister then went on to post a noteworthy 6-1, 6-4 singles victory over Paulette Wolak from Stanford.
"Kali played PAC-12 schools in singles all weekend, and she competed so well against all her opponents."
Senior Barbara Carey also posted a singles victory over Valentina Sottile of Eastern Washington, 7-6, 6-3.
Needless to say, Reeb was thrilled with the team's performance and is excited to build on their success.
"Overall, I couldn't be more proud of how these girls competed and played this weekend," said Reeb. "We are looking forward to finishing our fall season at the Bulldog Invitational hosted by Gonzaga in a week and a half."
The Bulldog Invitational takes place Nov. 4-6 in Spokane, Washington at Gonzaga.