On Saturday at Ithaca, in its last non-conference match of the season, the Binghamton women’s tennis team struggled against the Big Red en route to a 7-0 loss.
The Bearcats (7-6) started off slow in the doubles round, with junior duo Shea Brodsky and Alexis Tashiro falling 8-1 in the opening set. In the second doubles set, Cornell (6-5) continued to dominate, this time against the team of junior Agatha Ambrozy and senior Katherine Medianik. The Big Red took the majority, winning 8-2 against the pair. Securing BU’s only set victory were sophomore Annie DiMuro and freshman Olga Ostrovetsky, besting their opponents, 8-3.
In the singles round, however, Binghamton found no success. None of the BU competitors earned a set victory against their Cornell counterparts, handing the Bearcats their worst loss since Feb. 21.
Next up for Binghamton is a match against Stony Brook to open BU’s 2015 America East season. First serve is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the University Courts in Stony Brook, New York.