Harris Teeter Honors Fieldsend, Estevarena
Liza Fieldsend | Women’s Tennis | Junior | New Braunfels, Texas | Marketing
Liza Fieldsend came up huge in first-flight singles and third-flight doubles for a CofC women’s tennis team that went 2-2 at home this week. The junior went 3-0 in singles play, knocking off Honami Yazawa of CAA-rival Drexel (6-2, 6-4), Derya Turhan of Marshall (6-2, 6-2), and Calia Ruiz of East Carolina (6-2, 6-7(3), 6-2), the latter of which was the all-important fourth point that secured a win for the College. She also teamed up with freshman Sarah Zschunke to go 3-1 in doubles action, providing wins over the Dragons’ Erin Bowsher and Ryshena Providence (6-3), the Herd’s Marija Bogicevic and Anne Gulsrad (6-4), and the Pirates’ Michelle Castro and Annija Veinsteina (6-3). At 14-10 on the season, Fieldsend helped the Cougars ensure they would have a winning record for the 24th time in the Angelo Anastopoulo era.
Juan Estevarena | Men’s Tennis | Sophomore | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Undecided
Juan Estevarena won all three of his matches in the No. 1 singles flights last week, helping to lead the College of Charleston to three wins, one of which were over CAA rival Drexel. He won, 6-0, 6-1, over Xabier Saavedra of Drexel on Tuesday, March 22; he won, 6-3, 6-4, over DePaul's Sten Leisink on Wednesday, March 23; and won, 6-3, 6-3, against East Carolina's Tendai Tapfuma. He now has a record of 13-4 on the season, and 12-4 at the No. 1 position.
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