The Santa Clara
April 19, 2018
SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—Women’s Tennis beat the University of San Francisco 4-0 on Saturday. Senior Zeina El Tawil and first-year Elvena Gevargiz won in both singles and doubles, sealing the Bronco victory. Senior Giannina Ong took her first singles win of the year against San Francisco’s Hanna Borjeson 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. The Broncos have two regular-season matches remaining, both at Santa Clara. They will face Loyola Marymount University on Friday and Pepperdine University on Saturday, during which El Tawil and Ong will be recognized.
SANTA CLARA, CALIF.— The Broncos were swept in their weekend series against Pepperdine University. In their final game on Sunday, Santa Clara trailed 9-8. The Broncos were ready to take the lead when they scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh, making the deficit only one run. First-year and lefty Cory Moore, with just 17 at bats coming into this game, hit Pepperdine’s pitch over the right field fence for his first home run as a Bronco. Santa Clara has an upcoming three-day series at Washington State University this
SANTEE, CALIF.—Santa Clara Men’s Golf tied for third with the University of San Francisco after the first round of the WCC Championship. Santa Clara ended with a score of 290 in the 18-hole tournament. The Broncos were led by WCC Golfer of the Month, sophomore Matt McCarty, who finished first of the Santa Clara golfers with a first round 70, ending the tournament in fourth place tied with five other players. First-year Jack Avrit picked up a tournament best 16 pars while senior Hayden Shieh tied for 23rd with first-round 2-over 74.
Women’s Water Polo
ROHNERT PARK, CALIF.— The Broncos came away with 10-9 victory at Sonoma State on Sunday with five of the 10 goals coming from sophomore Hailey Eberle and first-year Kelly Frumkin. The Broncos started out strong in this nonconference game but had to make up for midgame goals by Sonoma State. Eberle and Frumkin scored within 30 seconds, taking the Seawolves’ 6-5 lead away. Sophomore Lydia Dadd finished the game with 13 saves in goal. Santa Clara has just one more regular season game coming up against the University of the Pacific on Saturday at noon for Senior Day.
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