RCW: Inside Tennis 3.28

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The number of matches No. 17-ranked Kansas won over the weekend in Denton, Texas, at the Waranch Tennis Complex.


West Virginia (March 24)
Iowa State (March 26)

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  • The Jayhawks blanked Columbia in a neutral-site match Saturday, winning 4-0. Sunday, Kansas downed North Texas at home, 6-1.
  • Sophomore Nina Khmelnitckaia won both of her singles matches and is now on a four-match win streak. She improved to 11-2 in spring play and 18-7 overall.
  • After earning a three-set win, Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum has now won five-consecutive matches and moved to 10-3 in spring play and 19-7 overall.
  • No. 74 Anastasia Rychagova topped Columbia’s Solovyev, marking her 20th win of the season. She is now 9-2 in spring play and 20-6 overall.
  • The doubles team of Rychagova and Maria Toran Ribes went 2-0 over the weekend and has now won six-straight matches for an overall record of 6-0.
  • No. 50-ranked Khmelnitckaia and Bernard-Feigenabaum snapped a three-match losing streak after cruising to a 6-1 victory on Saturday. The duo is now 11-4 in spring play and 17-7 overall.
  • Up next, Kansas will resume Big 12 Conference play by hosting West Virginia Friday, March 24 and Iowa State Sunday, March 26.

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