The West Virginia University tennis team gets sweep by Old Dominion, 4-0, on Sunday in Morgantown.
The Mountaineers (4-4) started the match by losing the doubles point as the Monarchs won two of the three doubles matches to take a 1-0 lead. Sophomores Christina Jordan and Sofia Duran won the only doubles match, 6-2.
As well as losing three straight singles matches to end the game.
WVU coach Miha Lisac said despite the loss, there was some positives.
“We showed a couple of good things today,” Lisac said. “One of the most important things that we can take from this match is that if we are a little bit more comfortable in closing situations and if we have a little bit more belief then we will be right there.
“In doubles, we showed that we can definitely give ourselves an opportunity. Unfortunately, we couldn’t close the number three doubles out and that became a huge turning point.”
Jordan lost her singles match in two sets of 6-3 and 6-1. Freshman Anne-Sophie Courteau would drop her match in two sets. As well as Duran to give Old Dominion (10-3) a 4-0 win.
Senior Lyn Yuen Choo, freshman Giovanna Caputo, junior Abigail Rosiello matches were abandoned.
This match marked the 10th meeting between the two schools with ODU holding a 9-1 advantage dating back to 1986.
WVU will travel to College Park to take on Maryland on March 10.