Women's tennis edged by New York Univ.
New York University won four of six singles matches and rallied for a 5-4 non-conference victory against the Hamilton College Continentals inside Hamilton's Margaret Bundy Scott Field House on Friday.
The match lasted six hours, 15 minutes as three singles matches lasted three sets. NYU (4-1 overall) won two of those tense matches. The Violets are ranked 18th in the Northeast Region by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
Claire Keyte '17 was victorious in singles and doubles play for the Continentals (10-5). Keyte rallied for a 1-6, 6-2, 7-5 triumph at fourth flight and improved her singles record to 10-5 this season. She paired up with Mira Khanna '15 for an 8-2 win at third flight doubles. They are 11-3 this season as a doubles pairing.
Carrie Uhlein '15 was a 6-3, 6-2 winner at sixth flight singles. The singles match was the first one this season for Uhlein.
Isabella Schoning '16 and Winnie Tang '17 prevailed 8-6 at second flight doubles. Schoning and Tang are 6-4 as a doubles team -- all in second flight action. Tang is 10-4 in doubles play this season.
Hamilton hosts nationally ranked No. 10 Bowdoin College for a NESCAC match on Sunday, April 12, at 9 a.m. The Continentals are scheduled to take on SUNY Geneseo in non-conference action later that afternoon.