U of L Women’s Field Hockey Team Walks Away With a Loss At Semifinals Tuesday, May 11 2021 

By: Hannah Walker–

The No. 3 Louisville women’s field hockey team took a loss to Michigan University on Friday, May 7 at the NCAA semifinals. They played at the Karen Shelton Stadium in North Carolina and lost with a final score of 1-2.

At the beginning of the game, Louisville took the lead with a score of 1-0. They had a solid defense and offense, which led Cardinal fans to believe that they would take the win that night.

Unfortunately, Michigan caught up during the last two quarters of the game. They were able to make two scores which put them at a 2-1 advantage. Now, Michigan will advance to the national championship.

Nonetheless, the Cardinal’s had a great season with the win of the ACC season title, as well as the top seed during the conference tournament. Overall, a record-breaking season for the Louisville field-hockey team.

Photo Courtesy of Adam Creech// U of L Athletics 

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Comfort Items You Didn’t Know You Needed Thursday, May 6 2021 

By Jacob Maslow–Branded Content

Everyone deserves to be comfortable, so treat yourself to these luxuriously comfortable items this year. When life feels like a drag, sometimes you need a bit of a pick-me-up, whether it’s from a high-quality seat cushion, a lovely essential oil diffuser, or a super comfy sweatshirt blanket. 

A High-Quality Seat Cushion 

A good seat cushion can make all the difference in someone’s life. If you have lower back pain, pain in your tailbone, or pressure in your hips, hamstrings, or legs, then you might want to consider investing in a comfortable seat cushion. 

You don’t have to break the bank to be able to sit comfortably at work, at home, or in the car. If your current chairs aren’t doing it for you, a good seat cushion will cost you less than $100. There are some great ones on the market in the $30 to $60 range that will change your life. 

The Best Essential Oil Diffuser 

If you experience headaches, anxiety, or trouble sleeping, an essential oil diffuser is the product for you. You can diffuse so many different scents that will help you with many other ailments. 

There are so many different options when it comes to oil diffusers. You can choose between different patterns, wood grains, and even more expensive materials like porcelain. There’s an essential oil diffuser to fit the vibe of any aesthetic. 

You can also get diffusers with settings for the length of diffusing time and diffusers that have LED lights to give your room a little more ambiance. 

A Nice Humidifier 

A humidifier can step up the comfort levels in your home, especially around the wintertime. If you’re experiencing dry skin, dull hair, irritated nasal passages, trouble sleeping, and other symptoms, you may want to invest in a humidifier for your home. 

Having a humidifier can be life-changing, offering you ultimate comfort. No matter your budget, there’s a humidifier that fits your needs, whether you’re looking to humidify a large or small space. 

A humidifier from Everlasting Comfort is a great option, allowing for optimal humidification throughout one’s home as well as the ability to use essential oils within your humidifier for extra comfort. 

A Comfy Blanket Hoodie

Are you still uncomfortable? What about a comfortable hooded sweatshirt that’s made out of blanket material? If your apartment is cold, or you’re just looking to relax in a blanket puddle, the Comfy is an excellent option. It comes in various colors and will keep you feeling warm and relaxed throughout the winter (and in the summer, if you’re a homebody who likes to live with their thermostat as cold as possible). 

The Comfy comes in multiple patterns and options, made with lighter blankets as well as sherpa lining. You can get them for your whole family, that way you can watch movies in style and comfort. 

Treat Yourself to Comfort

Comfort is such an essential part of life. You need to remember to treat yourself every once and a while. Whether you get your favorite meal, watch your favorite movie, or listen to your favorite song, your comfort is essential. 

Comfort also makes great gifts, so if you’re looking to give someone the gift of comfort, maybe you should try out one of these items. Better yet, buy one for yourself and a friend so that you can relax in comfort together. 

Comfort goes beyond this list, as there are so many other options you could choose from, including fluffy slippers, a nice robe, or even your favorite bottle of wine. Give yourself comfort by allowing yourself to enjoy your favorite things while snuggled up in a nice blanket. You deserve it.

Photo Courtesy of Jacob Maslow // Cosmic Press

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U of L women’s tennis drops first round match against Duke Wednesday, Apr 28 2021 

By Riley Vance—

The U of L women’s tennis team travelled to Rome, Ga. to compete in the ACC tournament. They returned home after a 4-0 loss against No. 14 Duke in the first round. The Cards ended their season with a 9-13 overall record and a 3-10 conference record. 

In doubles, Duke took over courts two and three.

Chloe Beck and Karolina Berankova (Duke) defeated seniors Raven Neely and Chelsea Sawyer 6-3.

On court three, sophomore Tatiana Simova and junior Dina Chaika fell 6-3 to Duke’s Kelly Chen and Georgia Drummy. 

Junior Rhea Verma and sophomore Andrea Di Palma were up 5-4 against Meible Chi and Margaryta Bilokin (Duke), but their match was left unfinished. 

In singles, Duke secured wins on courts one, two, and six.

Nelly fell 6-2, 6-2 to Beck.

Duke tallied another point as Di Palma came up short against Drummy (6-3, 6-2).

The match was clinched on court six as Chaika fell 5-7, 0-6 to Hannah Zhao (Duke). 

Final Scores:

Singles

  1. Georgia Drummy (DUKE) def. Andrea Di Palma (LOU) 6-3, 6-2
  2. Chloe Beck (DUKE) def. Raven Neely (LOU) 6-2, 6-2
  3. Chelsea Sawyer (LOU) vs. Meible Chi (DUKE) unfinished, 6-4, 4-4
  4. Rhea Verma (LOU) vs. Margaryta Bilokin (DUKE) unfinished, 2-6, 5-2
  5. Jelena Vujanic (LOU) vs. Karolina Berankova (DUKE) unfinished, 4-6, 2-5
  6. Hannah Zhao (DUKE) def. Dina Chaika (LOU) 7-5, 6-0

Order of Finish: 2, 1, 6

Doubles

  1. Rhea Verma/Andrea Di Palma (LOU) vs. Meible Chi/Margaryta Bilokin (DUKE) unfinished, 5-4
  2. Chloe Beck/Karolina Berankova (DUKE) def. Chelsea Sawyer/Raven Neely (LOU) 6-3
  3. Kelly Chen/Georgia Drummy (DUKE) def. Tatiana Simova/Dina Chaika (LOU) 6-3

Order of Finish: 2, 3

Photo Courtesy of Carl Schmid// U of L Athletics 

 

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U of L men’s baseball walks away with a win against UK Wednesday, Apr 21 2021 

 By: Hannah Walker–

The No. 3 Louisville Cardinal’s baseball team hit the road on Tuesday to Kentucky Proud Park to face the Kentucky Wildcats during Battle of the Bluegrass. U of L won with a final score of 12-5.

U of L sophomore Carter Lohman was the starting pitcher of the night. He was able to pitch for the first two innings with a pitching total of 42. He was also able to have one groundout and four strikeouts: leading to a great start on defense for Louisville.

During the top of the first inning, junior outfielder Trey Leonard made a hit from UK’s pitch. This allowed sophomore infielder Alex Binelas to advance to third as well as sophomore catcher Henry Davis. It wasn’t long that junior infielder/outfielder Lucas Dunn walked, Binelas advanced to third and Davis scored.

Following Davis’ score, freshman catcher Dalton Rushing doubled down infield line, Dunn advanced to third and Leonard scored.

U of L continued to score when junior outfielder Luke Brown grounded out to first base, Rushing advanced to third and Dunn scored. This put Louisville at a five-run lead going into the second inning with Kentucky at zero scores.

During the top of the second inning, Binelas singled through the right side, sophomore infielder Cooper Bowman advanced to second and Brown scored.

After Brown scored, sophomore infielder Levi Usher grounded out to first base, Bowman advanced to second and Brown scored again. UK still had no scores going into the fourth inning.

During the top of the fourth inning, Rushing made a homerun to center field and Dunn scored. UK tried to catch up to U of L during the fourth inning when they made one run, but Louisville had a 10-run lead going into the fifth inning.

U of L didn’t have any scores during the top of the fifth and sixth inning, but UK had one score during the bottom of the fifth and one score during the bottom of the sixth inning.

U of L started to score again during the top of the seventh inning when Binelas singled through the right side and Davis scored. UK continued to lag behind with zero scores made during the bottom of the seventh inning.

U of L didn’t have any scores during the top of the eighth inning, but UK was able to make two scores during the bottom of the eighth inning. Still, Louisville stayed in the lead with a score of 12 going into the ninth inning.

Neither the Cardinals nor the Wildcats made any scores during the top of the ninth inning. This led U of L to the win.

“We knew it was going to be a dog fight for all nine innings,” said head coach Dan McDonnell during a postgame interview. “Kentucky has a great offense and we knew they were going to score their runs. We fortunately scored enough to keep a gap between them up until the ninth.”

Louisville was supposed to play again April 23 at 6:00 p.m. against Pittsburgh at Jim Patterson Stadium, but the game has been cancelled due to a COVID positive case.

Photo Courtesy of Justin Krueger// U of L Athletics 

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U of L men’s tennis falls 4-1 to No. 5 Virginia on Senior Day Tuesday, Apr 20 2021 

By Riley Vance—

The Cards (9-11, 3-8 ACC) hosted No. 5 Virginia (18-2, 12-0 ACC) for their last match of the regular season before heading off to the ACC tournament. Louisville fell 4-1 to the Cavaliers at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center this Sunday afternoon.

The match started off with a tribute to senior Clement Filho, who has been with the team for five years. 

In doubles, Virginia took over courts two and three. 

Junior Alex Wesbrooks and freshman Kyle Tang fell 6-0 to Virginia’s Ryan Goetz and Gianni Ross. 

Louisville evened the score as No. 63 junior Fabien Salle and sophomore Matthew Fung defeated Jeffrey von der Schulenburg and Inaki Montes (UV) 6-2. 

Virginia clinched the doubles point on court two as No. 89 junior Sergio Hernandez and senior Tin Chen fell short (7-5) against William Woodall and Matthew Lord (UV). 

In singles, Virginia secured wins on courts one, three, and four.

Junior Josh Howard-Tripp fell 6-2, 6-3 to No. 96 Goetz (UV).

Bringing the overall score to 3-0, Hernandez suffered a 7-6, 6-1 loss to Montes (UV). 

Louisville fought back on court two as No. 57 Salle prevailed over Virginia’s Rodesch in a third set (4-6, 6-3 and 6-4). 

The match was clinched on court one as Chen fell 7-6, 7-5 in a close matchup with No. 24 Schulenburg (UV). 

Matches on courts five and six were left unfinished. 

Fung split sets with Ross (UV) and was tied 1-1 in the third (4-6, 7-6 and 1-1), and junior David Mizrahi split sets with Virginia’s Woodall (7-5, 6-7). 

Men’s tennis travels to Rome, Georgia on Wednesday, April 21 to compete in the ACC tournament. 

Final Scores:

Singles

  1. #24 Jeffrey von der Schulenburg (UV) def. Tin Chen (LOU) 7-6, 7-5
  2. #57 Fabien Salle (LOU) def. Chris Rodesch (UV) 4-6, 6-3 and 6-4
  3. #49 Inaki Montes (UV) def. Sergio Hernandez (LOU) 7-6, 6-1
  4. #96 Ryan Goetz (UV) def. Josh Howard-Tripp (LOU) 6-2, 6-3
  5. Matthew Fung (LOU) vs. Gianni Ross (UV) unfinished, 4-6, 7-6 and 1-1
  6. David Mizrahi (LOU) vs. William Woodall (UV) unfinished, 7-5, 6-7

Order of Finish: 4, 3, 2, 1

Doubles

  1. #63 Fabien Salle/Matthew Fung def. Jeffrey von der Schulenburg/Inaki Montes (UV) 6-2
  2. William Woodall/Matthew Lord (UV) def. #89 Tin Chen/Sergio Hernandez (LOU) 7-5
  3. Ryan Goetz/Gianni Ross (UV) def. Kyle Tang/Alex Wesbrooks (LOU) 6-0

Order of Finish: 3, 1 and 2

Photo Courtesy of Riley Vance 

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U of L women’s tennis celebrates Senior Day with 6-1 win over Butler Tuesday, Apr 20 2021 

By Riley Vance—

The Cards (8-12, 3-10 ACC) hosted Butler for their last match of the regular season before heading off to the ACC tournament. Louisville defeated the Bulldogs 6-1 at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center this Saturday afternoon. 

The match started off with a tribute to seniors Raven Neely and Nikolina Jovic. 

In doubles, Louisville took over courts one and two.

On court one, sophomore Andrea Di Palma and junior Rhea Verma defeated Natalie Boesing and Lauren Marx (BU) 6-2.

Shortly after, seniors Chelsea Sawyer and Raven Neely took down Delaney Schurhamer and Sara Linn (BU) 6-2.

Juniors Dina Chaika and Jelena Vujanic were up 5-4 against Lauryn Padgett and Veronika Bruetting (BU) when matchplay stopped. 

The Cards secured wins on all courts except one in singles. 

Di Palma finished first with a quick 6-1, 6-1 win over Butler’s Padgett.

Verma secured another win for the Cards (6-2, 6-1) on court four over Linn (BU). 

Neely took down Schurhamer (BU) 6-2, 6-3 to clinch the match. 

Bringing the overall score to 5-0, Vujanic prevailed over Marx (BU) 6-3, 6-2. 

Next, Chaika took over court six with a 6-2, 6-3 win over Bruetting (BU). 

Butler fought back one court one as Boesing (BU) defeated Jovic 6-4, 7-6 and 10-6 to complete the match. 

Women’s tennis travels to Rome, Georgia on Wednesday, April 21 to compete in the ACC tournament. 

Final Scores:

Singles

  1. Natalie Boesing (BU) def. Nikolina Jovic (LOU) 6-4, 7-6, 10-6
  2. Andrea Di Palma (LOU) def. Lauryn Padgett (BU) 6-1, 6-1
  3. Raven Neely (LOU) def. Delaney Schurhamer (BU) 6-2, 6-3 
  4. Rhea Verma (LOU) def. Sara Linn (BU) 6-2, 6-1 
  5. Jelena Vujanic (LOU) def. Lauren Marx (BU) 6-3, 6-2 
  6. Dina Chaika (LOU) def. Veronika Bruetting (BU) 6-2, 6-3

Order of Finish: 2,4,3,5,6,1

Doubles 

  1. Andrea Di Palma/Rhea Verma (LOU) def. Natalie Boesing/Lauren Marx (BU) 6-2  
  2. Chelsea Sawyer/Raven Neely (LOU) def. Delaney Schurhamer/Sara Linn (BU) 6-2  
  3. Dina Chaika/Jelena Vujanic (LOU) vs. Lauryn Padgett/Veronika Bruetting (BU) 5-4

Order of Finish: 1, 2

Photo Courtesy of Carl Schmid// U of L Athletics 

 

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No. 50 men’s tennis comes up short against No. 34 Virginia Tech Saturday, Apr 17 2021 

By Riley Vance—

Men’s tennis (9-10, 3-7 ACC) fell 4-3 in a close match against No. 34 Virginia Tech (11-7, 6-5 ACC) this Friday at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center.

The Cards took the doubles point with wins on courts one and three.

Junior Alex Wesbrooks and freshman Kyle Tang swept Ryan Kros and Matthis Ross (VT) 6-0 on court three.

Following shortly after, No. 63 sophomore Matthew Fung and junior Fabien Salle faced No. 25 Ryan Fishback and Jordan Chrysostom (VT) 6-3 to clinch the doubles point.

Senior Tin Chen and junior Sergio Hernandez were tied 4-4 with Virginia Tech’s Mitch Harper and Alex Ribeiro, but their match was left unfinished.

The Cards took their winning momentum into singles as Salle defeated Ross (VT) 6-3, 6-3 to give Louisville a 2-0 lead.

Virginia Tech fought back with a win on court one as Harper (VT) defeated Chen in a third set (6-1, 2-6 6-4)

The Hokies evened the score as Hugo Maia (VT) secured a 6-3, 4-6 6-3 win over junior Josh Howard-Tripp.

No. 71 Hernandez put the Cards back in the lead with a 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 (7-4) win over No. 78 Carlo Donato (VT).

Virginia Tech brought the score to 3-3 as Alvaro Ariza (VT) prevailed 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 over junior David Mizrahi.

The match was decided on court five when Virginia Tech’s Fishback overcame Fung in a third set (6-3, 4-6 6-3).

Men’s tennis will host Virginia for their Senior Day on Sunday, April 18 at 1 p.m. at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center.

Final Scores:

 Singles

  1. Mitch Harper (VT) def. Tin Chen (LOU) 6-1, 2-6 6-4
  2. #57 Fabien Salle (LOU) def. Matthis Ross (VT) 6-3, 6-3
  3. #71 Sergio Hernandez (LOU) def. #78 Carlo Donato (VT) 7-6 (7-5), 7-5 (7-4)
  4. Hugo Maia (VT) def. Josh Howard-Tripp (LOU) 6-3, 4-6 6-3
  5. Ryan Fishback (VT) def. Matthew Fung (LOU) 6-3, 3-6 6-4
  6. Alvaro Ariza (VT) def. David Mizrahi (LOU) 7-6 (7-5), 7-5

Order of Finish: 2, 1, 4, 3, 6 and  5

Doubles

  1. #63 Matthew Fung/Fabien Salle (LOU) def. #25 Ryan Fishback/Jordan Chrysostom (VT) 6-3
  2. #89 Tin Chen/Sergio Hernandez (LOU) vs. Mitch Harper/Alex Ribeiro (VT) 4-4, unfinished
  3. Kyle Tang/Alex Wesbrooks (LOU) def. Ryan Kros/Matthis Ross (VT) 6-0

Order of Finish: 3, 1

Photo Courtesy of Adam Creech// U of L Athletics 

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U of L walks away with a loss against the Virginia Cavaliers Saturday, Apr 17 2021 

By: Hannah Walker–

The No. 7 Louisville Cardinal’s baseball team lost (7-8) on April 16 when they played against the Virginia Cavaliers. The game was neck and neck up until the 10th inning when Virginia broke the tie and won the game.

During the first five innings, junior Michael Kirian was the starting pitcher for U of L. He was able to pitch a total of 97 pitches, make four strikeouts and have five ground outs throughout his time on the mound. Nonetheless, Virginia made 12 hits from Kirian’s pitches, which allowed Virginia to have an offensive advantage.

U of L was the first to score during the top of the first inning when sophomore catcher Henry Davis singled up the middle and sophomore infielder Cooper Bowman scored.

The Cardinal’s continued to lead during the beginning of the game when Davis advanced to second on a throwing error, and Bowman scored during the top of the third inning.

Still, the Cavaliers started to catch up when they scored during the bottom of the third inning. This put Louisville at only a one-point lead going into the fourth inning.

At the top of the fourth inning, U of L scored again when freshman catcher/first baseman Dalton Rushing made a homerun to right center. This allowed both junior outfielder Trey Leonard and junior infielder/outfielder Lucas Dunn to score.

U of L continued to take the lead during the top of the fifth inning when sophomore infielder Alex Binelas made a homerun right center. This allowed Davis to score once again.

Virginia started to take back the lead during the bottom of the fifth inning when they scored five times. They continued to score during the bottom of the ninth and tenth inning as well. This is what ultimately led to U of L’s loss.

Louisville will face the Virginia Cavaliers again today at 4:00 p.m. at Davenport Field in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Photo Courtesy of Justin Krueger// U of L Athletics 

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Annual student drag show “PINK!” goes virtual Wednesday, Apr 14 2021 

By Joseph Garcia —

After last year’s performance was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, “PINK!” a student-run drag show hosted by U of L’s Engage Lead Serve Board with the help of the LGBT Center, returned this spring for the first time ever as a virtual show. This year’s show was dedicated to Jaison Gardner, co-host of the Strange Fruit podcast and PINK emcee, who was absent this year due to a medical emergency.

Madison Fogle, co-director of ELSB’s Community Peace committee and co-organizer of PINK, said that the show gives students a chance to participate in the university’s Cardinal Core Principles by simply enjoying and supporting one another.

“PINK really showcases that Diversity and Inclusion isn’t just panels and policies, it is entertainment and fun, too,” she said. “It’s also a great way for us to give back to our community.”

Anyone is allowed to perform at PINK, Fogle said “that’s the beauty of the show.” This year Reva Deveraux, JTwoTimes, Leo the King and Ace performed.

Fogle said planning for the spring show began back in October of 2020. She said that COVID safety was a number one priority in designing and planning for the event.

The normally in-person event, went entirely online opting for a livestreamed performance, which was prerecorded. Performers would come in at different times to record their parts and surfaces were frequently sanitized by student workers in-between sets to keep everyone safe, but the digital format presented new challenges that prior years didn’t experience.

“Filming and editing the shows were definitely more difficult than just having the performances,” Fogle said. Her and co-organizer, Eli Cooper put in over 60 hours with filming and editing alone for three weeks prior to the livestream. “It all paid off tonight watching the show come together though,” she said.

It’s traditional that at drag shows you support the queens and kings by tipping, and that was still an integral part of the event as performers Cashapp and Venmo accounts would be on screen if people wished to support them.

Audiences could also show support by donating to the LGBT Center. Donated money goes toward funding LGBT+ scholarships and LGBT+ student organizations on campus.

Missed the show? Check out the full 40-minute performance on ELSB’s YouTube channel here.

Graphic by Alexis Simon // The Louisville Cardinal

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No. 50 women’s tennis falls 3-4 to Clemson Monday, Apr 12 2021 

By Riley Vance—

The No. 50 Louisville women’s tennis team (7-12, 3-10 ACC) was defeated by the Clemson Tigers (8-14, 2-10 ACC) Sunday, April 11 at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center. Louisville lost with a final score of 3-4. 

The Tigers took the doubles point with wins on courts two and three. 

Junior Rhea Verma and sophomore Andrea Di Palma took over court one with a 6-2 win over Clemson’s Cristina Mayorova and Sophia Hatton. 

Clemson bounced back with a 6-4 win on court three over senior Nikolina Jovic and junior Dina Chaika. 

The point was clinched on court two as Ali Despain and Laura Marti (CLEMSON) defeated Chelsea Sawyer and graduate student Raven Neely.

Louisville fought hard in singles but came up short.

Mayorova (CLEMSON) defeated Jovic 6-4, 6-2; advancing Clemson’s overall lead to 2-0. 

Hatton upset No. 93 Di Palma 7-6 (7-4), 6-4.

The Cards then went on to secure two consecutive wins on courts three and four. 

On court three, Neely took down Clemson’s Middlebrooks in a close 7-5, 7-6 (8-6) match. 

Sawyer topped Despain (CLEMSON) in a third set (4-6, 6-3, 6-4) to bring the overall score to 3-2.

The Tigers clinched the match as Marti defeated junior Jelena Vujanic 4-6, 7-5, 6-2. 

The Cards finished strong as Verma took down Lana Sipek (CLEMSON) 5-7, 6-2, 6-4. 

Women’s tennis finishes their regular season next weekend as they face Butler today at 12 p.m. They will celebrate their Senior Day before the match. 

Final Scores:

Singles

  1. Cristina Mayorova (CLEMSON) def. Nikolina Jovic (LOU) 6-4, 6-2
  2. Sophia Hatton (CLEMSON) def. #93 Andrea Di Palma (LOU) 7-6 (7-4), 6-4
  3. Raven Neely (LOU) def. M. Middlebrooks (CLEMSON) 7-5, 7-6 (8-6)
  4. Chelsea Sawyer (LOU) def. Ali Despain (CLEMSON) 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
  5. Rhea Verma (LOU) def. Lana Sipek (CLEMSON) 5-7, 6-2, 6-4
  6. Laura Marti (CLEMSON) def. Jelena Vujanic (LOU) 4-6, 7-5, 6-2

Order of Finish: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 5

Doubles 

  1. Rhea Verma/Andrea Di Palma (LOU) def. Cristina Mayorova/Sophia Hatton (CLEMSON) 6-2
  2. Ali Despain/Laura Marti (CLEMSON) def. Raven Neely/Chelsea Sawyer (LOU) 6-4
  3. Lana Sipek/M. Middlebrooks (CLEMSON) def. Dina Chaika/Nikolina Jovic (LOU) 6-4

Order of Finish: 1, 3, 2

Photo Courtesy of Jeff Reinking// U of L Athletics 

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