The Cabrini women’s tennis team won six Pennsylvania Athletic Conference titles this past weekend at the West End racquet and fitness club in Allentown, Pa.
The Cavaliers took all three doubles titles and captured three single titles as well. Senior Carolyn Wilson, junior Christine Telling and freshman Megan Simmons were the three that acquired the single titles while also earning all-conference first team honors.
Telling and Wilson both won in straight sets while junior Nicole Pontious earned a second place position and second team all-conference.
The doubles champions; Wilson and junior Dina DiTaranto, Simmons and Telling and Pontious and freshman Stephanie Tighe all earned all-conference first team as well.
DiTaranto and Tighe were also named honorable mention for singles after playing in the quarterfinals.
On Saturday Oct. 21 the team attained their fourth straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference team title. They defeated Gwynedd-Mercy 5-1 which improved their overall record this year to 14-3.
Two of the three doubles matches and all three of the singles matches were won by the Lady Cavs.
The pair of Wilson and DiTaranto took the highest spot with an 8-0 victory over their opponent. Meanwhile Wilson, Simmons and Pontious were the three that swept the singles.
The tennis team returns in action in May when they compete in the NCAA championships.