WSSU Women's Tennis Struggles On Second Day Of HBCU Invitational
Sept. 26, 2009
ATLANTA, Ga. - The Winston-Salem State University women's tennis team had a difficult day of competition on the second day of the HBCU Tennis Invitational from Atlanta, Georgia on Friday evening as they posted an 0-6 record, losing all six decisions.
The WSSU women opened action as the pairing of Kayla Carter/Sloan Holmes dropped a 5-8 decision to Bethune-Cookman University's pairing of Peterson/Paul.
In women's consolation bracket singles action the Lady Rams were held to an 0-3 record as Kalin Jarvis dropped a 6-8 decision to Cayla Cross of North Carolina A&T; Kayla Carter fell in defeat to Prairie View A&M's Melissa Guerrier 5-8 and Chelsea Chatman fell to Kathline Dardun of Florida A&M 3-8.
WSSU returns to action on Saturday afternoon, weather permitting, to close out play at the HBCU Tennis Invitational.
For additional information on WSSU men's tennis, contact the WSSU Office of Athletic Media Relations at (336) 750-2143 or log on to the Official Website of WSSU Athletics at WSSURams.com.