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Women’s Tennis sweeps Binghamton

Women’s Tennis pulled off a 7-0 sweep at Binghamton this weekend. It was complete domination by the Bison this weekend, as they not only won every singles and doubles match, but also won each singles match in straight sets.

This was the first win of the spring season for Bucknell.

Anna Lajos ’25 and Caroline Marcus ’25 kicked off the doubles day with a 6-0 win followed by Whitney King ’25 and Abby Platt ’26 beating Binghamton’s top tandem 6-1. King and Platt also improved to 11-0 as a duo this season. Tyne Miller ’24 and Madi Sebulsky ’24 rounded out the doubles matches for the Bison in the win column, winning 6-2.

Miller won the first singles match on the day for Bucknell, 6-0,6-1 and then King won 6-0,6-1 too. Platt clinched the match with her singles victory, 6-2,6-0. In singles matches, Bucknell only gave up three games over the course of the match. 

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Mirra Manolov ’26 continued her unbeaten record in singles with a 6-1,6-0 win and Lajos became the win-leader in singles matches on the team with a 9-3 record after the match against Binghamton.

Bucknell competes next at Washington & Lee in Lexington, VA on Feb. 2nd. 

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