STATESBORO, Ga. – The University of South Alabama women's tennis team broke a 2-2 tie with wins on courts 3 and 6 to defeat Georgia Southern Saturday morning at the Wallis Tennis Center.
The Jaguars improve to 19-3 overall and 8-1 in the Sun Belt Conference. The Eagles drop to 11-12 and 3-6.
-The two teams split the first two doubles matches with relative ease
-The Jaguars struck first on court 1 as sophomores Yu Fujioka and Milka Pasanen defeated Arianne De Winter and Emilia Bujan 6-1, and the Eagles' team of Lindsay Truscott and Charlotte Van Diemen answered with a 6-2 victory on court 3 over sophomore Nikola Kohoutova and freshman Yurie Takanishi
-GS claimed the point and a 1-0 lead on court 2 after Paula Boixader and Luisa Hrda edged seniors Patricia Martins and Alexandria Stiteler 7-6 (7-4)
-South Alabama took the lead with victories at the top two spots in the lineup
-Fujioka downed Bujan 6-1, 6-3 at No.