BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Kansas State women’s tennis sophomore tandem of Carli Wischhoff and Amina St. Hill paced the Wildcats on Saturday at the Adidas Hoosier Classic, as each registered consolation semifinal victories in their respective flights at the University Tennis Center on the Indiana campus.
Wischhoff tallied a hard-fought three-set win over Mazy Watrous of Colorado in Flight 2, 3-6, 6-3, 1-0 (8). Every match this fall for Wischhoff has extended to 3-sets and she owns a 3-2 mark in those matches. It was the third time this fall she has dropped the opening set, but was the second time she was able to come back to win the match.
The product of Heelsum, Netherlands, owns a 9-11 career mark in her brief time with the Wildcats and has won five of her last eight outings dating back to April 15. In extended matches for her career, Wischhoff owns a 4-4 career record.
St. Hill also faced a player from Colorado, but was able to handle her business in straight sets with a 6-4, 6-3 decision over Carla Manzi Tenorio in Flight 3. St. Hill, a second-year player from Gothenberg, Sweden is 3-2 this fall and owns a career mark of 10-14 including a 9-11 record in straight set matches.
K-State will conclude action at the Hoosier Classic today with singles play.