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Falcon tennis splits on weekend

The BG women’s tennis team finished out the road portion of their season last weekend, falling to Akron Friday but bouncing back to beat Buffalo Saturday. After a rollercoaster weekend, the Falcons ended with an 11-5 record (4-2 Mid-American Conference). The Zips improved their MAC record to 4-2, while the Bulls fell to 5-2. The Falcons are now fourth in the nine-team conference heading into their last weekend of season play. The Bulls were coming off of a 4-3 win against Western Michigan when they faced BG Friday. The match marked the first WMU loss in regular season MAC play since 2004. The Falcons lost to Akron 6-1, breaking the winning streak BG had over the Zips since the 1992-93 season. Saturday, the women beat Buffalo 4-3. Senior Stefanie Menoff feels that the team bounced back fast in order to beat the Bulls. ‘The team took what happened on Friday against Akron and learned from it,’ Menoff said. ‘We knew what we needed to improve upon for the next match, and we did it. It was a different day, a different team and a different location. We did not focus on the match we lost but the next match against Buffalo and how we were going to win that match.’ Coach Penny Dean said the team doesn’t have a problem keeping focused on the next match after a loss. ‘We hate to lose but get over it quickly,’ Dean said.’ ‘Once you start hitting tennis balls again the bad memory goes away.’ According to Kelsey Jakupcin, there are several things the team will be working on this week in preparation of their last regular season matches. ‘We will be working more on our doubles so we can win the doubles point and start out ahead,’ Jakupcin said.’ [We’ll] also keep up our quickness and mental toughness as usual.’ The Falcons will return home for their last two matches of the regular season this weekend. They will face Ball State Friday and Miami Saturday. The team looks forward to seeing Falcon supporters at Senior Day Saturday and both matches are scheduled for 1 p.m. at Keefe Courts, weather permitting.

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