Vancouver, Wash. – The Eastern Washington women's tennis team concluded its 2014 season Sunday, Apr. 20, falling at rival Portland State, 5-2, in a Big Sky match at Club Green Meadows.
Eastern (3-18, 1-9 Big Sky) picked up a pair of singles wins in a hard-fought match against its Dam Cup rival.
"Even though we lost, I thought we played one of the toughest, hard-fought matches we've played all season," head coach Dustin Hinson said. "I am very proud of how hard this team battled today and all season. We fought through adversity all season long, and this team has great pride in what it means to be an Eagle."
Junior Moira Hedberg picked up a singles win in the No. 1 position, besting Portland State's top player 6-3, 6-2.
Freshman Erin Blessing recorded the Eagles' other singles victory, earning a comeback win in the third spot over the Vikings' Sabrina Preda 1-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Freshman Katrina Domingo saw her singles match extended to a third set in the No. 4 position before falling 6-0, 4-6, 6-4.
EWU lost the doubles point despite picking up a win in the No. 2 spot as Domingo and freshman Dani Young proved victorious, 8-6.
Eastern returns six players who saw action this season, including four freshman.