Tennis drops 7-0 decision to Jefferson

The Shippensburg University women’s tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision to Jefferson in a non-conference matchup at Robb Sports Complex.

Shippensburg (0-3) managed just four singles games and two doubles games against Jefferson (2-2), a squad that made the NCAA Division II Tournament last season.

Sophomore Corinne Markovich (Johnstown, Pa./Central Cambria) won two games at No. 1 singles. Markovich and senior Brighid Cantwell (Lancaster, Pa./Hempfield) teamed up to win two games at No. 2 doubles.

Shippensburg hosts Clarion for a non-conference match at noon Saturday.


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