Kansas Can't Hold off Late Sooner Rally in 4-3 Setback
April 18, 2007
KU opened the match by winning two of three doubles contests to secure the point, a feat not accomplished by the team since its March 10 win over
From that point on, however, the dual belonged to
Doubles play provided several highlights for KU, as its No. 1 duo of Avdeeva and Horvath snapped a two-match losing streak with an 8-5 victory. Also recording a win was the tandem of Hommell and Dorn, who won the No. 2 contest by a count of 8-2. Wednesday marked the first time this season that
The Jayhawks will look to end the regular season on a strong note when they host 20th-ranked Texas A&M on Sunday. The contest is set to begin at 11 a.m.
1) Elizaveta Avdeeva (KU) def. Gabby Baker (OU), 6-3, 6-1
2) Monica Purice (OU) def.
3) Irina Lykina (OU) def. Kunigunda Dorn (KU), 7-6 (2), 4-6, 6-4
4) Christi Baxley (OU) def. Lauren Hommell (KU), 6-5, 1-6, 6-1
5) Yuliana Svistun (KU) def. Chelsea Orr (OU), 7-6 (0), 7-6 (4)
6) Anne Carter (OU) def. Stephanie Smith (KU), 6-1, 3-6, 6-2
1) Avdeeva/Horvath (KU) def. Baker/Lykina (OU) 8-5
2) Dorn/Hommell (KU) def. Price/Baxley (OU) 8-2
3) Orr/Cox (OU) def. Smith/Svistun (KU) 8-2