Thu Aug 30
Final
9 Michigan Tech
0 vs. Lawrence Tech
@ Detroit, Mich.
Sat Sep 08
TBA
Lake Superior State
vs. Michigan Tech
@ Marquette, Mich. Exhibition
Sat Sep 15
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. ITA Regionals
@ TBA
Sun Sep 16
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. ITA Regionals
@ TBA
Mon Sep 17
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. ITA Regionals
@ TBA
Sat Sep 22
Final
0 Ashland
7 Michigan Tech
Sun Sep 23
Final
3 Wayne State
4 Michigan Tech
Sat Sep 29
Final
6 Michigan Tech
1 at Saginaw Valley State
Sun Sep 30
Final
0 Michigan Tech
7 at Northwood
Sat Oct 06
Final
2 Ferris State
5 Michigan Tech
Sun Oct 07
Final
5 Grand Valley State
2 Michigan Tech
Sat Oct 13
Final
6 Michigan Tech
1 at Davenport
Sun Oct 14
Final
6 Michigan Tech
1 at Purdue Northwest
Sat Oct 20
Final
0 Lake Superior State
7 Michigan Tech
Fri Oct 26
Final
0 Lake Superior State
4 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Greater Midland Tennis Center - Midland, Mich. GLIAC Tournament - Quarterfinals
Sat Oct 27
Final
2 Michigan Tech
4 vs. Northwood
@ Greater Midland Tennis Center - Midland, Mich. GLIAC Tournament - Semifinals
Sun Oct 28
Final
1 Michigan Tech
4 vs. Grand Valley State
@ Greater Midland Tennis Center - Midland, Mich. GLIAC Tournament - 3rd Place Match
Sat Feb 23
TBA
Michigan Tech
at Hillsdale
Sun Feb 24
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. Tiffin
@ Midland, Mich. Midland Tennis Center
Sun Mar 03
TBA
Michigan Tech
at Wis.-Green Bay
Fri Mar 08
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. TBA
@ Spring Tennis Fest - Hilton Head, S.C. (March 8-16)
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Huskies Top Ferris State 5-2 Saturday

Huskies Top Ferris State 5-2 Saturday

HOUGHTON, Mich. – The Michigan Tech women's tennis team earned another key Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory on Saturday at the Gates Tennis Center, defeating Ferris State 5-2. The Huskies are a perfect 3-0 at home and have now won four of five conference matches to start the year.

"This was another huge win for us today and I'm really proud of how our team played," Michigan Tech Head Coach Kevin Kalinec said. "We worked hard in doubles at practice this week and it paid off. I thought we had our best doubles match of the season so far and that enabled us to get a crucial point and the momentum to start the match. The top of the lineup was very solid with four points coming from the No. 1 through No. 4 spots in the lineup. We have another big match tomorrow against a very good Grand Valley State and will have to step up our game in order to give ourselves a chance to win."

Michigan Tech (5-1, 4-1 GLIAC) took two of the three doubles contests on Saturday to get things rolling in the right direction. Sophomore Ivona Gorgioski and freshman Jessica Brown paired in No. 1 doubles to defeat Silvia Verebes and Isabela Paixao 6-3 to go up 1-0. Ferris State (2-2, 2-2 GLIAC) countered to tie up doubles at 1-1 when Nicole Meylor and Sam Stephenson got past senior Allenca Rolim and freshman Mirna Golac 6-1 in the No.3 spot.

Everything boiled down to No. 2 doubles where senior Vicky Quinde and freshman Samantha Johnson went toe to toe with Nika Hein and Agata Klak. Each team traded points until Quinde and Johnson pulled away for the 6-4 decision. The victory secured the crucial doubles point and gave the momentum to Tech.

Tech had the overall match secured by the time the first three singles matches were concluded. Brown took on Verebes in the No. 2 spot and cruised to a 6-2, 6-0 decision that put the first singles point in the books. Gorgioski followed with a win in No. 1 singles against Nika Hein, prevailing 6-2, 6-4. Gorgioski had to hold off Hein in the second set after the comfortable win in the first.

Johnson picked up the match clinching point on Saturday with a victory in No. 3 singles. Johnson was penciled in against Patricia Gomez and the two battled through a pair of tightly contested sets. Johnson though came through with a 6-4 win in set one and held back Gomez in in the second 6-3.

Tech's fifth point was locked up by Quinde in No. 4 singles thanks to a triumph over Paixao in three sets. Quinde slipped past Paixao in the first set 7-5 before falling in set two 6-3 to force the third and deciding set. It was also close, but Quinde held on for a 6-4 win to take the match.

The Bulldogs two points were generated in No. 5 and No. 6 singles on Saturday. Brittany Lavenant defeated Golac 6-4, 6-4 at the five spot while Nicole Meylor edged junior Anabella Neri 6-2, 7-5 in the number six position in the lineup.

The Huskies are back on the court Sunday morning against Grand Valley State for another GLIAC match in the Gates Tennis Center. The Lakers got past Lake Superior State on Saturday 4-3 to open the weekend and are 4-0 on the season. The first serve is scheduled for 10 a.m.