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Voorman, Cette Named America East Tennis Performers of Week; Teams Continue Winning Ways With 5-2 Triumphs at FDU
Voorman, a sophomore, won all three of his singles matches last week, including a three-set victory over Navy at fifth singles, which keyed the Retrievers' first-ever win over the Midshipmen. Voorman, who has missed most of the spring season with a hand injury, also posted straight-set victories over Stony Brook and
Cette, a senior, extended her win streak to nine as she won all three of her matches at third singles last week. Cette, who improved to 19-5 overall on the season and just recorded her 100th career victory over Fairleigh Dickinson yesterday, posted singles wins over
UMBC finished the regular seasons in tennis on extended victory streaks as both the menís and womenís teams defeated Fairleigh Dickinson, 5-2 in matches played in
On the womenís side, UMBC shook off some indifferent doubles play of late and cruised in the two doubles matches played to earn that point. Reigning
The menís match followed the same pattern, as UMBCís top two doubles teams triumphed, and the Nos. 3-6 singles players also came away with wins. The menís matches were more tightly played as No. 3 senior Irfan Shamasdin edged Josh Girling, 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 and No. 5 Fredi Voorman, the reigning America East Menís Tennis Performer of the Week, nipped Kyle Eddins, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 1-0 (4).
The America East Tournament for both squads takes place April 25-27 in