VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — For the seventh time in the month of April, junior Emily Wandling walked off the court with a singles victory, completing an undefeated month at No. 1 singles on Saturday morning as the Vixens fell 7-2 at Virginia Wesleyan.
Sweet Briar (2-17, 0-12 ODAC) opened the season finale with a victory at No. 1 doubles, with Wandling (Mechanicsville, Va.) and fellow junior Lacey Tucker (Swansboro, N.C.) battling to an 8-7 (7-2) victory over the Marlins' (9-8, 5-6) Katie Staman and Audrey Bally. Tucker and Wandling's victory was the fifth of the season for the duo and fourth in conference action.
At the top singles spot, Wandling met Christine Zalameda and toppled the Virginia Wesleyan No. 1, 6-3, 6-3. Wandling's victory gives her a 7-0 record in singles play during the month of April and a 13-8 mark on the season, including a 7-4 ODAC singles record. Wandling concludes the 2019 season, with 39 career singles victories.
Sweet Briar's season came to a conclusion on Saturday at the Everett Tennis Center, with the Vixens next competitive tennis set to take place in the fall of the 2019-20 season.