Monday, April 22, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 135


 
 









 

Tennis gets seventh at C-USA

By Christian Schmidt
Daily Cougar Staff

The UH women's tennis team finished in a tie for seventh place at the Conference USA championships over the weekend. Fourteen teams
competed in the tournament.


Brian Viney/The Daily Cougar


Senior Jo Keene won three matches and was leading a fourth when play was stopped at the Conference USA championships over the
weekend.


The Cougars fell 4-2 to Cincinnati in the fifth-place game Sunday, moving the Cougars into a tie for seventh with East Carolina. Houston came in
to the tournament as the fourth-seeded team.

Texas Christian won the tournament, defeating Marquette 4-1 Sunday in the championship match.

The Cougars began the tournament strong, beating Charlotte 4-3 despite being without senior Sarah Borwell, who is still recovering from
mononucleosis.

After defeating the 49ers, Houston moved to the second to face Tulane. 

The Green Wave handed the Cougars their worst loss, a 4-0 defeat in which the Cougars failed to win a single match, though junior Jen
Baccarani and senior Jo Keene were leading their matches when play was stopped, since the dual match had been decided.

Borwell, should she be picked, may play in the NCAA championships. The competition begins May 16 at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. 

Borwell is the No. 26 player in the nation, and should be selected to the tournament.
 
 
 
 
 

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