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The number of singles wins against ranked opponents Kansas sophomore Anastasia Rychagova has earned this season.


TCU (March 10)
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  • Rychagova topped Wichita State’s No. 113-ranked player, Giulia Guidetti, 6-3, 6-1, and is now 7-2 against ranked opponents this season. Rychagova improved to 8-1 in spring play and holds a 19-5 overall singles record.
  • Senior Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum moved up to the No. 2 singles spot and won the match clincher in the 5-2 victory with her three-set win. The No. 19-ranked doubles pair of Bernard-Feigenbaum and Nina Khmelnitckaia won their match at the No. 1 spot and improved to 9-1 in spring play and 15-4 overall.
  • Mixing things up, Rychagova competed with freshman Maria Toran Ribes for the first time and topped their opponent, 6-2, at the No. 3 doubles spot to give Kansas the doubles point.
  • Toran Ribes moved to 7-3 in three-set matches after she notched a win at the No. 5 singles spot.
  • Freshman Tatiana Nikolaeva is now on a three-match win streak after a win at No. 6 singles.
  • Next, the Jayhawks will travel to Las Vegas to face UNLV on Friday, February 24 and Tennessee, in a neutral site match, on Saturday, February 25. Both matches are slated for 10 a.m., CT.

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