STEVENSON, Md. - The Stevenson women's tennis team fell in its MAC Commonwealth finale to visiting Alvernia by a 5-4 margin. The Mustangs end conference play with a 4-2 record, giving them the No. 3 seed in the upcoming conference semifinal where they will take on second-seeded Alvernia.
Stevenson kicked off the match by taking all three of the doubles matches.
Juniors Jenna Skove and Kelsi Mentzer picked up their ninth win of the year in No. 1 by an 8-6 score, while senior Kirstyn Davidson and sophomore Megan Waskiewicz won in No. 2 by an 8-5 margin. Waskiewicz and Davidson are now 9-7 on the year. Junior Nina Bretz and freshman Jacquelyn Nesbeth won in No. 3, 8-5.
Skove overcame a one-set deficit in No. 1 singles, but would eventually fall by a 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 score. Davidson picked up a hard-fought win in No. 2, 6-7, 6-4 (10-2), 6-3. Davidson now has 11 singles victories on the year.
Waskiewicz dropped her No. 3 match in straight sets, 6-1, 7-5. Mentzer also dropped both sets of her No. 4 match.
Bretz won the first set of her No. 5 match, but would drop the next in a tiebreak (7-6, (10-3)) before falling in the third by a 6-3 score. Senior Christina Endy dropped her No. 6 match in straight sets.
The Mustangs close out their regular season on Sunday, April 28 (Senior Day) against visiting Harford Community College at the Greenspring Courts. First serve is set for 10:30 a.m.