Thu Aug 30
Final
9 Michigan Tech
0 vs. Lawrence Tech
@ Detroit, Mich.
Sat Sep 08
TBA
Lake Superior State
vs. Michigan Tech
@ Marquette, Mich. Exhibition
Sat Sep 15
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. ITA Regionals
@ TBA
Sun Sep 16
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. ITA Regionals
@ TBA
Mon Sep 17
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. ITA Regionals
@ TBA
Sat Sep 22
Final
0 Ashland
7 Michigan Tech
Sun Sep 23
Final
3 Wayne State
4 Michigan Tech
Sat Sep 29
Final
6 Michigan Tech
1 at Saginaw Valley State
Sun Sep 30
Final
0 Michigan Tech
7 at Northwood
Sat Oct 06
Final
2 Ferris State
5 Michigan Tech
Sun Oct 07
Final
5 Grand Valley State
2 Michigan Tech
Sat Oct 13
Final
6 Michigan Tech
1 at Davenport
Sun Oct 14
Final
6 Michigan Tech
1 at Purdue Northwest
Sat Oct 20
Final
0 Lake Superior State
7 Michigan Tech
Fri Oct 26
Final
0 Lake Superior State
4 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Greater Midland Tennis Center - Midland, Mich. GLIAC Tournament - Quarterfinals
Sat Oct 27
Final
2 Michigan Tech
4 vs. Northwood
@ Greater Midland Tennis Center - Midland, Mich. GLIAC Tournament - Semifinals
Sun Oct 28
Final
1 Michigan Tech
4 vs. Grand Valley State
@ Greater Midland Tennis Center - Midland, Mich. GLIAC Tournament - 3rd Place Match
Sat Feb 23
TBA
Michigan Tech
at Hillsdale
Sun Feb 24
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. Tiffin
@ Midland, Mich. Midland Tennis Center
Sun Mar 03
TBA
Michigan Tech
at Wis.-Green Bay
Fri Mar 08
TBA
Michigan Tech
vs. TBA
@ Spring Tennis Fest - Hilton Head, S.C. (March 8-16)
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Huskies Power Past Purdue Northwest 6-1 Sunday

MTU Women's Tennis Player Jessica Brown hitting the ball.

GRIFFITH, Ind. – The Michigan Tech women's tennis team capped another solid weekend with a 6-1 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win at Purdue Northwest Sunday. The Huskies flew past Davenport on Saturday with an identical 6-1 score and have now won three of their last four matches, clinching a spot in the GLIAC tournament in a couple of weeks.

"I thought we played pretty well today against an improved Purdue Northwest team," Michigan Tech Head Coach Kevin Kalinec said. "We came out a little flat in doubles and they took us by surprise, but we regrouped and earned the doubles point which was key. We got things rolling from there and did what we needed to do to win the match. We'll get back to work at practice this week and focus on starting stronger when we face Lake Superior State at home on Saturday."

Michigan Tech (7-2, 6-2 GLIAC) once again set the tone for the rest of the contest by getting the crucial point in doubles Sunday. Two of the three contests were tightly contested with sophomore Ivona Gorgioski and freshman Jessica Brown edging out Lena van Bergen and Patricia Dizon of Purdue Northwest (3-7, 07 GLIAC) in the No. 1 spot. The final score went in the books as 7-6 with each side exchanging points from start to finish.

In No. 2 doubles, senior Vicky Quinde and freshman Samantha Johnson battled Pia Schmedding and Giulia Castiglioni of Purdue Northwest to a 6-4 victory. The Huskies then secured a win in No. 3 doubles as well en route to the sweep. Senior Allenca Rolim and freshman Mirna Golac cruised past the duo of Cynthia Basu-Chavez and Carolina Yepez by the final of 6-1. The three decisions in Tech's favor produced a 1-0 lead going into singles competition.

The Huskies were dominant in five of the six singles matches and nearly came up with the sweep. Gorgioski anchored the No. 1 singles spot in the lineup and posted a 6-2, 6-1 result in her favor over Lena van Bergen of Purdue Northwest to reach nine singles wins this season. Brown was impressive again in the No. 2 spot Sunday, powering her way to win No. 10 of the 2018 campaign. Brown recorded scores of 6-1, 6-1 against Giulia Castiglioni in Sunday's match.

Johnson joined Gorgioski with nine wins in 2018 thanks to a 6-2, 6-0 victory over Schmedding in the No. 3 spot of Sunday's lineup. Quinde bolted past Dizon 6-2, 6-1 in No. 4 singles for her seventh win of 2018 and junior Anabella Neri matched Quinde at the seven-win mark thanks to a 6-0, 6-1 triumph over Basu-Chavez Sunday in No. 6 singles.

The Huskies have limited opponents to one point or fewer in five matches this season and given up two points or less in six of nine total matches in 2018. Their combined wins in singles competition stands at 51 while adding 21 doubles victories.

Tech wraps up the GLIAC schedule Saturday in the Gates Tennis Center against Lake Superior State before competing in the GLIAC Tournament October 26-28. Saturday's first serve is slated for 10 a.m.