The Anchorwomen continue their flawless 6-0 start after their most recent outing against Castleton University on Saturday Sept. 25th to make it six consecutive 9-0 victories. With the win, they improved to 3-0 on both the road and home games, while being 2-0 in conference play.
Three games of doubles took place and all of them were rather one sided with only one of the games allowing a score. Jenna Lisi and Victoria Vittori won their match 8-0, Jaimi Vaillancourt and Sarah Gonick also won 8-0 while Amara Devine and Amiah Sommer won 8-2.
Six games of singles took place while only three of them allowed any score at all over the course of 12 sets. Jenna Lisi won her match with a perfect 6-0 sweep in both sets, Victoria Vittori won her match with a 12-1 score over the course of both sets. Clara Siegmund as well as Laney Hadlock each shutout their opponents respectively with a 12-0 performance from both of them. Lauren Macera won 12-2 across both sets and Serena Babola ended the day with a 12-1 victory of her own.
The team has shown composure all season long while being able to play to the best of their abilities so far on the year. Regardless of the time of the matches, location, or any other factors RIC is in good hands so long as the Anchorwomen continue this level of play. With growing expectations, it will be interesting to see how the team can handle the added pressure that comes with the amazing season they are having.
The Anchorwomen will host Western Connecticut State at home on Tuesday, Sept. 28th briefly before heading out on the road for a matchup with Curry College on Thursday, Sept. 30th.
For updated information on the Anchor Women's journey throughout the season, look towards the team’s page on http://goanchormen.com/sports/wten?path=wten.