[University of Louisville] - Stefanie Villajuan and Amelia Harris rolled 8-3 over Carolin Weikard and Andra Cornea at No. 2 to clinch the point. Julia Fellerhoff and Becca Shine made it a sweep with an 8-5 win over Vanja Tomic and Kimberly Loo at No. 1. The Cardinals took their
[Clarksville Online] - 1, while sophomore Caroline Weikard and freshman Andra Cornea lost, 8-3, at No. 2. It was Weikard and Cornea's first loss since first teaming up six matches ago. They had previously won five consecutive matches. Austin Peay now has all of its
[Clarksville Online] - 2, where Tomic and freshman Andra Cornea lost The Lady Govs having only five players meant defaulting the No.3 doubles match and leaving No. 1 doubles with an unfinished match despite sophomore Carolin Weikard and freshman Kimberly Loo leading 6-5
[Clarksville Online] - Those feelings were reinforced as junior Vanja Tomic and freshman Kimberly Loo won 8-3 at No.1, while sophomore Carolin Weikard and freshman Andra Cornea won 8-6 at No. 2. “We've made some changes to the lineup to make our team more balanced,” Tabet
[Clarksville Online] - Kimberly Loo and Andra Cornea – the Lady Govs other two freshmen – have been strong, but inconsistent, at Nos. 4 and 5. Loo opened the season at No. 4, but has since dropped to No. 5, where she has lost two of her last three matches.
[Clarksville Online] - 3 match, wiped out a convincing 8-1 win by sophomore Carolin Weikard and freshman Andra Cornea at No. 2. In singles action, Tomic won a straight-set win at No. 1, along with straight-set wins by freshman Rachel Margolies at No. 4 and Loo at No. 5.
[Clarksville Online] - The bottom three spots consist of freshman Andra Cornea, Kimberly Loo and Rachel Margolies. “All we ask of our players is that they put their contribution into the team and we'll see what we get at the end of the day,” Tabet said.
[Clarksville Online] - Sophomore Carolin Weikard and Freshman Andra Cornea of the women's tennis team won both of their doubles matches during the week. The tandem won 8-7 at home against Kennesaw State and followed that performance with a convincing 8-1 win at South Alabama
[Clarksville Online] - Also playing well on the singles side are the three freshmen; Andra Cornea, Kimberly Loo and Rachel Margolies. The Lady Govs have been without a No. 6 singles player due to injuries. Southern Illinois has been hot as of late, winning its fifth-straight