The Warhawks last day in Orlando ended with impressive signals play from both men's and women's team. The women's team played Lake Cane and beat them without dropping a match. Top to bottom, the women Warhawks had good execution in both singles and doubles. Emily Sodemann fought hard to win in a third set breaker (10-6) after losing a close first set. Overall, the women had an excellent week of tennis going 3-0 and remain undefeated this spring season with a overall record of 15-0.
The mens team ended the week strong with a 7-2 win over Northwood, a previously unbeaten NAIA school. Going into the match, the warhawk men knew it was going to be a tough one. The opposing team, Northwood, has a solid singles line up filled with South American grinders. The men hawks came ready to play. We saw excellent singles play from top to bottom in the lineup. Freshman Matt Zurowski had his second consecutive day with wins in the line up. Unfortunately the matches for the afternoon were canceled due to the rain.
Before packing up for the early flight in the morning, Frank, Byron, and some parents got together and watched the Badger game. While they were cheering on the Badgers, the rest of the team enjoyed some quality time relaxing by the pool and shopping!