Youngsters thrive for Transylvania women's tennis in Day 2 of Depauw Fall Invitational

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Greencastle, Ind. —The Transylvania University women's tennis team wrapped up play in the two-day DePauw Invitational on Sunday afternoon.

Among the highlights for the Pioneers was freshman Porsche Robinson, who picked up a 3-6, 6-3, 1-0 (11-9) victory in No. 1 singles play over Maggie Walroth of Bellarmine University.

Porsche then paired up with fellow freshman Jessica Burton to claim an 8-5 victory over Rose-Hulman in No. 1 doubles action.

Transylvania sophomore Madison Campbell rolled to a 6-2, 6-0 victory in No. 5 play over Rose-Hulman's Betsy Richardson.

Campbell, along with sophomore Reagan Jobe defeated Rose-Hulman's No. 3 doubles team by the final score of 8-5.

"Today was a big step in the right direction for the Pioneers," remarked head coach Kevin Calhoun. "Playing the right way leads to success and today the young ladies saw that in action. We are ready and excited to begin our dual match season this week."

The Pioneers return to action on Tuesday, September 4 for a road matchup with the Midway College Eagles. The match is set for a 4:00 p.m. start at the Thomas R. Post Tennis Complex.

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