Match Notes: Argos to face tough competition in Valdosta

first_imgMatch Notes: Argos to face tough competition in Valdosta Share    VALDOSTA, Ga. – After picking up a close victory over Gulf South Conference opponent Valdosta State, 5-4, West Florida was unable to finish its scheduled matches last weekend against No. 1 Armstrong and No. 13 Rollins due to inclement weather.Now, the No. 9 Argonauts will head back to Valdosta, Ga. looking to improve their record and their reankings when they play a pair of neutral site matches against No. 4 Barry and No. 8 Lynn. Barry rose one spot in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings while Lynn dropped four spots and UWF fell one. Saint Leo jumped to No. 7 after a win over Lynn earlier in the season. With Saint Leo ranked No. 2 in the South Region, UWF, No. 4 in the South, will play two of the top three teams in the region: No. 1 Barry and No. 3 Lynn. Match Notes:2/28 vs. No. 4 Barry, No. 3 Lynn2/21 @ Valdosta State, No. 1 Armstrong, No. 13 RollinsUWF against…No. 4 Barry…The then-ranked No. 8 Argonauts lost to No. 2 Barry 9-0 last season. UWF is 0-6 against Barry in the last three seasons.No. 8 Lynn…The then-ranked No. 8 Argos lost to No. 3 Lynn 7-2 last season. UWF is 0-3 against Lynn in the last three seasons.Sonnervigs extend doubles streak to 9Twin sisters Mariana and Luiza Sonnervig extended their winning streak at the No. 2 line in doubles to nine with a win at Valdosta State Feb. 22. The winning streak dates back to April 14, 2012.UWF extends GSC winning streak to 15The Argos have won 15 consecutive matches during the regular season against GSC opponents. The last time the Argos lost to a conference foe was March 26, 2010 3-6 to Valdosta State. Print Friendly Versioncenter_img UWF will look to remain undefeated on the season against a pair of tough South Region opponents (Photo by Chris Nelson/ last_img read more

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