TACOMA, Wash. -- The Lewis & Clark Pioneers won 6-3 over the Puget Sound Loggers in a Northwest Conference match on Saturday at the Puget Sound Tennis Pavilion.The Pioneers' No. 1 and No. 2 seemed to struggle today with their games being their only loss in the entire match today.
In singles, Kowal had extremely close games that finished in 7-5, 7-5, and Kowal finished with a win over the Puget Sound's No. 5. Rice also had another close match for the Pioneers with a 6-3 win in the first set, but had a hard time finishing the second set. Rice stole all the momentum from the Loggers' No. 3 to finish with a 7-6 win in the second game. Carla Thomas also had a great performance in singles after getting a win in a three set match over the Loggers' No. 4.
In doubles, Hanks and Landerfelt fell to the No. 1 from the Loggers', Lisa Owen and Nicole Bouche. Hanks and Landerfelt could not seem to find momentum throughout the match to help them get started. Thomas and Rice also had a close win in a tie breaker in the end which helped the Pioneer take the lead after doubles.
- Kowal had an overall 3-2 record for singles
- Both Hennes and Rice has a 3-2 overall record in doubles
- Rice and Thomas are on a four game winning sreak
- LC Women's Tennis currently has a record of 12-18 in singles and 6-9 in doubles
The Pioneers compete at Pacific Lutheran on Sunday, Mar. 10.