BERKELEY, Calif. — Three Mustangs picked up singles wins for the Cal Poly Women's Tennis team Sunday at the final day of the Cal Winter Invitational in Berkeley.
Freshman Kim Bhunu, sophomores Grace Olyphant (pictured) and MacKenzie Worsnop each one their singles contest against Fresno State in straight sets.
Bhunu defeated the Bulldogs' Jennifer Timotin 6-4, 6-0 for her first career spring season singles win. Olyphant took down A.C. Hummel 6-3, 6-4 for her first win of the 2019 campaign. Worsnop defeated Jane Ellis 6-4, 6-1, her first win of the 2019 season to round out the day for Cal Poly.
Elewhere, junior Emily Louie-Meadors played tough but fell in three close sets, 2-6, 7-5, 7-5 to Fresno State's Deniza Marcinkevica and junior Claire Bouquet also lost in three sets, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 to Cal's Alexis Nelson.
Earlier in the day, the Mustangs lost three doubles matches against tough pairs from the Golden Bears.
Cal Poly finished the tournament, which also featured Saint Mary's with four wins as the team now gets ready to start dual-match season. The Mustangs head to San Jose to play Sonoma State and San Jose State January 26 and 27, both at 12 p.m.