NEW HAVEN, Conn. Four Quinnipiac women's tennis players won two matches each as the Bobcats concluded the fall portion of their 2008-09 schedule this past weekend at the Yale Invitational. Natalie Duckor (North Tustin, Calif.), Adrienne Markison (Princeton, N.J.), Shawna Sarson (Albany, N.Y.) and Mary Wilson (Greensburg, Pa.) each posted a pair of victories.
Wilson and Markison advanced to the Blue Singles consolation championship, but the match was not played and both Bobcats each player was named co-champion. Wilson advanced to the top singles flight's consolation championship with wins against Syracuse's Chelsea Jones and Penn State's Sarah Lotto. Markison earned her wins against Fairfield's Dana Postupack and Syracuse's Christina Tan.
Duckor and Sarson won once each in White Flight singles and doubles play. Both Duckor and Sarson defeated Fairfield's Michaela Cerrone, while pairing to beat Quinnipiac teammates Nicole Adams (New Windsor, N.Y.) and Kasey Rosenberger (Pittsford, N.Y.), 8-6.
Rosenberger and Carly Loewenstein (Armonk, N.Y.) earned one singles win apiece in the Silver Flight. Rosenberger defeated Fairfield's Alyssa Ruiz, 3-6, 6-4, 10-0, while Loewenstein defeated Bobcats teammate Bethany Huard (Londonderry, N.H.), 6-0, 6-1.
The Bobcats resume the 2008-09 season Feb. 1, 2009, at Bucknell.