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Wednesday 04/16
Missouri (SEC Tournament - Day 1)
4
Tennis - Women
0
Saturday 04/12
LSU
4
Tennis - Women
1
Sunday 04/06
Tennessee
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 04/04
Georgia
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 04/04
Louisiana Tech
0
Tennis - Women
4
Sunday 03/30
South Carolina
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/28
Florida
4
Tennis - Women
0
Tuesday 03/25
Bethune-Cookman
1
Tennis - Women
6
Tuesday 03/25
North Florida
2
Tennis - Women
5
Sunday 03/23
Oral Roberts
0
Tennis - Women
6
Sunday 03/23
Mississippi State
1
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 03/21
Ole Miss
4
Tennis - Women
3
Sunday 03/16
Missouri
3
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 03/14
Texas A&M
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/14
Prairie View A&M
0
Tennis - Women
5
Friday 03/14
Prairie View A&M
1
Tennis - Women
4
Sunday 03/09
Alabama
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/07
Auburn
4
Tennis - Women
3
Sunday 03/02
Kentucky
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 02/28
Vanderbilt
6
Tennis - Women
1
   
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Kimberley-Ann Surin falls at US Open Juniors

09/13/2012
Athletic Communications
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FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. - Razorback freshman Kimberley - Ann Surin fell to Tornado Ali Black on Friday in the first round of the US Open Juniors Qualifying by a score of 6-1, 6-2.

"Kim definitely felt the effects of limited match play out there today," Coach Hegarty said. "Even with the tough result, this was an invaluable experience and certainly will benefit Kim as she moves forward."

This marked the first time that a current Arkansas women's tennis player played in the US Open Juniors under Coach Hegarty. Surin was making her second straight appearance at the US Open Juniors after losing last year in the first round to Jules Elbaba, currently a freshman at the University of Virginia.

Surin qualified for the tournament by virtue of her ITF World Rank of 168. She was one of just three current college players to qualify for the event, held in conjunction with the Professional US Open in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.

"There is nothing better than seeing a Razorback competing in the US Open," said Coach Hegarty.

The Razorbacks fall season continues when the team travels to the Little Rock Classic, held Sept. 21-23 in Little Rock, Ark.


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