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Texas A&M women’s tennis team tops Miami, advances to ITA National Indoors stat : The Eagle

according to CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The 22nd-ranked Texas A&M women’s tennis team defeated No.
12 Miami 4-2 in the championship match of the ITA Kick-Off Weekend on Monday at the Schiff Tennis Center.
The Aggies advance to the 16-team ITA Division I National Team Indoor Championship, held next month at Yale.
2 line and, after Miami won at No.
A&M will host Princeton at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Mitchell Tennis Center.

Texas A&M women's tennis team tops Miami, advances to ITA National Indoors

as informed in With her 6-0, 7-6(0) defeat of junior Amina Ismail, Jansen clinched a spot in the ITA National Women’s Indoor Championship for the No.
38 duo of sophomore Olivia Hauger and junior Karla Popovic defeated Ismail and Brianna Lashway, 6-2, to give Cal a much-needed doubles point.
On Monday afternoon, it was graduate transfer Maya Jansen of the Cal women’s tennis team who came up big time in a 4-0 win over Missouri at the Hellman Courts.
The Bears made history last year with a tight 4-3 victory over North Carolina, the team’s first-ever indoor team title.
“I thought we played good doubles today, and I was pleased to see that,” said Cal head coach Amanda Augustus.
Cal women's tennis clinches spot in ITA Indoor Championship

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