Florida Tech Panthers Look To Continue Winning Ways Saturday

By  //  March 27, 2015

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Florida Tech women’s tennis, riding a streak of four consecutive match sweeps, looks to continue its success when the Eagles of Embry-Riddle pay a visit to DeSoto Park in Satellite Beach, Florida on Saturday at 2 p.m. (Image by Amanda Stratford Photography)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Tech women’s tennis, riding a streak of four consecutive match sweeps, looks to continue its success when the Eagles of Embry-Riddle pay a visit to DeSoto Park in Satellite Beach, Florida on Saturday at 2 p.m.

The Panthers were recently slated No. 44 in the ITA Division II rankings. FIT is also ranked as the 10th best team in the South Region.

FIT, having come out victorious in 10 of its last 11 matches, maintains a 12-6 record. The Panthers are fifth in the Sunshine State Conference standings with a 1-2 conference mark.

Embry-Riddle currently sits at 10-3 on the year, including a 5-0 record in The Sun Conference play. The Eagles last battled fellow conference member Webber International, claiming a 6-0 victory.

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The Eagles boast a pair of nationally ranked players.

Hui-I Huang currently holds the No. 27 ranking among all NAIA players, while teammate Anna Gotz is ranked No. 37 individually.

In doubles, Embry-Riddle’s duo of Paula Ortiz Couder and Huang are placed third in the country among NAIA teams.


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