CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - The Leatherneck women's tennis squad competed in two different ITA Midwest Regionals over the weekend. One in Champaign, Illinois and the alternate ITA Regional in DeKalb, Illinois.
"It was good for our women to compete in the ITA Regionals at the University of Illinois, and the Alternate Regional at Northern Illinois," said head coach Chris Kane. "All eight of our players got a chance to compete in one of the toughest tournaments in the country. It's always good to measure one's self against the best."
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"Unfortunately, they met the nationally-ranked duo from Notre Dame, who were just an outstanding team. Notre Dame was too tough for us," said Kane.
The women's team also competed in DeKalb, at Northern Illinois University over the weekend.
"I commend the Tournament Committee for holding an Alternative Regional at Northern Illinois," added Kane. "This allowed Ese Davis, Jessica Callahan, Jessica Theobald, and Morgan Woodfill to play a lot of matches they otherwise would not have played. More tennis is always good for our players."