Women’s tennis loses to Sierra

American River College lost all doubles and singles games to Sierra College on March 11.

“We knew they were good, We changed our doubles lineup so we’ll probably work on that more” said sophomore Katherine Marshall

Claudia Plascencia Astudillo and Estefania Toscano faced off against Steph Ramos and Jacquie Ward in a doubles match and lost 8-2.

Katie Marshall and Cassy Kelnofer matched up against Lauren Griffen and Kaitlyn Fisher in a doubles match and well and lost 8-2.

Carmen Micsa and Paja Lynhiavue played Bethany Caldwell and Corie Beeby and lost 8-0.

“They were pretty stacked” said freshman Paja Lynhiavue

“Honestly we’re more of a singles team then a doubles team” said Head Coach Reed Stout.

Sierra’s Steph Ramos triumphed over Astudillo in a singles match 6-1 and 6-1.

Ward won 6-0 and 6-1 as well against American River’s Toscano.

Sierra’s Caldwell beat Micsa 6-3 and 6-4.

Beeby defeated American River’s Marshall 6-1 and 6-3.

Sierra’s Griffen played Kelnhofer and won 6-3 and 6-0.

American River’s Lynhiavue played Fisher and won 6-0 and 6-0.

“It was well fought, a good match overall. I think we played better doubles then we did in the past. Singles wise with the wind, its a very different experience. The ball moves a little more, footwork has to be a lot more crisp. We definitely didn’t perform as well in signles as we could have” said Stout

“The biggest difference is execution of finishing points and not being aggressive enough” said Stout.

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Kameron Schmid
Kameron Schmid is a fifth-semester student on the Current, where he serves as Multimedia editor. He previously served as Editor-in-chief, Arts and Culture editor, and Sports editor. He is majoring in journalism and plans to transfer after graduation.

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