Women's Tennis Claims Six Flight Championships at Clemson Winter Classic
CLEMSON, SC – Clemson closed out action at the flight Clemson Winter Classic with all three doubles titles and three singles wins. Josipa Bek, Nelly Ciolkowski, and Masha Belaya claimed singles flights one, three, and four, respectively.
Clemson, Brenau University, Armstrong Atlantic, and Georgia State competed in the event, which took place throughout the course of the weekend.
Clemson entered the day with a perfect mark in both singles and doubles, and Josipa Bek and Keri Wong claimed the flight one doubles championship, winning 8-2 over a team from Georgia State, after defeating the nation’s no. 1 Division II doubles team Saturday.
The sophomore group of Caroline Magnusson and Nelly Ciolkowski claimed the flight two championship, while freshmen Masha Belaya and Klara Vyskocilova won flight three.
Bek won flight on singles, going 3-0, including a win Sunday of the no. 1 singles player in division II by a 6-2, 6-1 count. Ciolkowski won flight three, going 3-0, and Belaya went 3-0 to win flight four, improving her personal record to 9-0 on the year.
Keri Wong was knocked off at flight two by Krtikoval in a third-set super tiebreak, Kathleen Henry, sister of Laurianne Henry, won flight five, and a pair from Armstrong alos came away with flights six and seven singles titles.
Clemson returns to action on Feb. 10 as they take on Furman in a home indoor dual match.