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Menoff ties singles record in Falcon wins

The BG women’s tennis team won their first two Mid-American Conference matches, beating Toledo Friday and Eastern Michigan Saturday. The Falcons rallied against the Rockets in a close 4-3 match and beat the Eagles 6-1. The wins also led senior Stefanie Menoff to tie the University record for most career singles wins. After winning both singles matches this weekend, Menoff now has 79 career wins, placing her in a tie with Deidee Bissinger (1997-2000) and Julie Weisblatt (1994-97). ‘I am very excited to have tied the singles school record,’ Menoff said. ‘However, I am even more excited and proud of my team for the two wins we had this weekend. We really stepped up and made a statement in those two matches.’ The Falcons improved their record this weekend to 8-4 (2-1 MAC). Though both matches were scheduled to be outdoors at Keefe Courts, Saturday’s forecast called for rain and the match was brought into the Perrysburg Tennis Center. Saturday’s win over EMU improved the Falcons’ record at the PTC to a perfect 6-0. ‘The conditions this weekend were a lot better then our outdoor match last weekend,’ Menoff said. ‘It was pretty good conditions for a tennis match. Being our second outdoor match I think made the transition easier because we got a lot of the kinks out last time and we have been practicing a lot more outside.’ The Falcons will hit the road to Dekalb, Ill. this weekend, playing their fourth MAC match this season against the Northern Illinois. The match will be held at 1 p.m. CT Friday and will mark the first of three away matches for the Falcons. ‘

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