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Women's Tennis Blanks PC on Senior Day

Coastal celebrated the Chanticleer careers of Amanda Malatek, Kourtney Kowal and Dominique de Wit.

       

Amanda Malatek, Kourtney Kowal and Dominique de Wit.

Amanda Malatek, Kourtney Kowal and Dominique de Wit.

April 6, 2014

Final Stats


Schedule Note: Monday's match against Radford has been moved up to 9 a.m. at the Billy Nichols Tennis Center.

CONWAY -
The Coastal Carolina women’s tennis team celebrated the collegiate careers of seniors Amanda Malatek, Kourtney Kowal and Dominique De Wit with a 7-0 shutout of Presbyterian College on Sunday afternoon at the Billy Nichols Tennis Center. 

With the win the Chanticleers improve to 16-4 overall and 4-2 in the Big South, while Presbyterian drops to 8-15-1 overall and remains winless in conference play with a 0-8 record. 

The Chants took an early 1-0 lead, earning the doubles point with wins on the second and third doubles courts. 

Coastal partners Libby Scott and de Wit won 8-3 at No. 2, downing Patricia Alves and Carolina Ferrari of Presbyterian. 

Marie Babayan and Amanda Malatek clinched the opening point for the Chants, dispatching Carolina deLoach and Kyla Stanford at No. 3, 8-5. 

PC won the No. 1 doubles match where Greer Ransom and Courtney Gardiner edged Kowal and Honami Yazawa in a tight 8-7 match. 

The Chanticleers continued to perform well as the match moved to singles, claiming the remaining six points. 

Scott took a 7-5, 6-2 win over Ransom at No. 1, while Yazawa recorded a point for Coastal at No. 2 after Gardiner was forced to retire midway through the first set. 

Kowal, playing in her first match since March 27, picked up her ninth singles win of the season with a 6-4, 6-4 defeat of Alves at No. 3. 

Freshmen Delay and Babayan won their matches at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively. Delay rallied from a second-set loss to outlast Ferrari in a third-set tiebreaker, while Babayan surrendered just three games in two sets to deLoach. 

Malatek continued to add to her team-leading singles win total, claiming her 16th of the season over Lucia Leahy in a 6-1, 6-2 match. 

The Chants play their final home match of the season on Monday when they host visiting Radford for a 9 a.m. match at the Billy Nichols Tennis Center. 

Coastal Carolina 7, Presbyterian College 0
Singles competition
1. Scott, Libby (COASTAL) def. RANSOM, Greer (PCW) 7-5, 6-2
2. Yazawa, Honami (COASTAL) def. GARDINER, Courtney (PCW) 3-2, retired
3. Kowal, Kourtney (COASTAL) def. ALVES, Patricia (PCW) 6-4, 6-4
4. Delay, Romane (COASTAL) def. FERRARI, Caroline (PCW) 6-1, 2-6, 10-8
5. Babayan, Marie (COASTAL) def. deLOACH, Caroline (PCW) 6-1, 6-2
6. Malatek, Amanda (COASTAL) def. LEAHY, Lucia (PCW) 6-1, 6-2

Doubles competition
1. RANSOM, Greer/GARDINER, Courtney (PCW) def. KOWAL, Kourtney/YAZAWA, Honami (COASTAL) 8-7
2. SCOTT, Libby/DE WIT, Dominique (COASTAL) def. ALVES, Patricia/FERRARI, Caroline (PCW) 8-3
3. BABAYAN, Marie/MALATEK, Amanda (COASTAL) def. deLOACH, Caroline/STANFORD, Kayla (PCW) 8-5

Match Notes:
Presbyterian College 8-15-1 (0-8)
Coastal Carolina 16-4 (4-2)