The college career of senior Nini Lagvilava (Tbilisi, Georgia) came to a close as the two-time reigning America East Player of the Year fell to Michigan's Ronit Yurovsky, 7-5, 6-1, in the first round of the NCAA Individual Championship at Illinois Wednesday.
Senior Nini Lagvilava (Tbilisi, Georgia) of the Stony Brook women's tennis team will face Michigan's Ronit Yurovsky in the first round of the NCAA Division I Singles Championship on Wednesday. The match is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET.
The Stony Brook women's tennis team battled No. 8 California, but the Seawolves lost to the Bears, 4-0, at the Hellman Tennis Complex on Friday. Stony Brook finished the 2013 season 12-5 in dual matches.
The Stony Brook women's tennis team will face No. 8 California in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday at the Hellman Tennis Complex at 4 p.m. ET. Also competing in the Berkeley Regional are No. 21 Auburn and No. 40 St. Mary's (Calif.).
For a second straight year, the Stony Brook women's tennis team took home both America East Player and Rookie of the Year as senior Nini Lagvilava (Tbilisi, Georgia) and freshman Jackie Altansarnai (Hinsdale, Ill.) garnered the honors from the conference on Friday. [READ MORE]
Senior Nini Lagvilava of the Stony Brook women's tennis team has been selected to compete in the 2013 NCAA Women's Tennis singles competition, the NCAA announced Wednesday. The Most Outstanding Player of the America East Tournament, Lagvilava is the first player in school history to be selected for the singles competition.