Women's Tennis falls to Sewanee in SAA Championship play
SEWANEE, Tenn.--The Birmingham-Southern women's tennis team fell to top-seeded Sewanee, 5-0, in the semifinals of the Southern Athletic Association Championship Saturday afternoon in Sewanee, Tenn.
The fourth-seeded Panthers fall to 10-3 while the Tigers move to 17-5.
The match was moved from Murfreesboro to Sewanee's indoor facility due to rain in the area.
Sewanee swept all three doubles matches, winning 8-0, 8-2, and 8-2. The Tigers won at one and two singles, with the remainder of the singles matches going unfinished.
Freshman Sara Cohen's losses today snapped a seven-match winning streak in both singles and doubles, dating back to March 9.
The Panthers will play again tomorrow, facing the loser of the match between No. 2 Rhodes and No. 3 Berry.