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Fraser and Tomljanovic Take Honors at Kitty Harrison Invitational

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The Virginia women's tennis team completed play Sunday at the Kitty Harrison Invitational, its final event of the fall season. Emily Fraser took second place in singles and the team of Fraser and Hana Tomjanovic were doubles co-champions.

On the final day, the Cavaliers won all six singles matches against UNC Greensboro and both doubles matches against Texas A&M.

Fraser went 4-0 in singles at the tournament to take second-place honors. Fraser and Tomljanovic went 2-1 in doubles to become co-champions.

On the weekend, Fraser, Erin Vierra, Lindsey Hardnebergh and Caryssa Peretz had a combined 16-0 singles record.


 

 

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