The 15th ranked University of Mary Washington women's tennis team saw its season come to an end in a 5-1 loss to Johns Hopkins University on Saturday at the Indoor Tennis Center. The Eagles close the year with a record of 20-5.
The Blue Jays started strong, sweeping all three doubles matches, winning at one, 8-3; at two, 8-5; and at three, 8-0. In singles, Johns Hopkins gained their fourth point at four singles, before freshman Claire Coleman picked UMW's point at two, by winning 6-3, 7-5. The Blue Jays followed with a win at five to claim the match.
The Eagles claimed the first set in two of the three unfinished matches, and were ahead in the second in both.