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Concordia Women's Tennis Team Claims Seventh Straight Conference Title

The Concordia women's tennis team.
The Concordia women's tennis team. Photo Credit: Twitter

BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- The Concordia College women's tennis team won its seventh straight Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championship on Sunday after defeating Chestnut Hill College, 5-0. 

In doubles play the No. 3 duo of junior Antonia Conze (Willich, Germany) and freshman Kaja Tegtmeier (Oldenburg, Germany) secured an 8-1 victory against Hayley Craskey and Julia Bellon. The No. 1 duo of junior Costanza Mecchi (Rome, Italy) and sophomore Huai-Hsuan (Demi) Huang (Taipei, Taiwan) followed with an 8-3 win against Iman Williams-Mulesa and Lara Scholtze while the No. 2 duo of senior Linda Eliasson (Gothenburg, Sweden) and junior Stefanie Canals-Baker (Pollensa, Islas Baleares, Spain) claimed an 8-5 victory against Axe Owens and Laure-Anne Josso to give Concordia the 3-0 lead. 

In singles action the Clippers would take a 6-1, 6-1 win in the No. 6 match as Tegtmeier defeated Bellon. With one match to go to clinch the championship, Mecchi would earn the clinching victory as her 6-4, 6-1 win against Josso in the No. 1 match would earn Concordia their seventh straight CACC Championship. 

Following the match Mecchi, Eliasson, Huang, and Tegtmeier were named to the CACC All-Tournament team. 

Concordia will wait until the spring to compete for a chance at a national title. Their spring schedule will be announced in the upcoming months on

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