Oklahoma State University beat Cincinnati 4-0

The Cowgirls ended the first three months of 2024 with another amazing victory

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Oklahoma State University beat Cincinnati 4-0
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The Oklahoma State University women's tennis team - champion at the National Team Indoor Championships in Seattle - beat Cincinnati 4-0 at the Greenwood Tennis Center on Saturday, continuing their incredible start to the season capped by an exceptional three months.

Oklahoma State will now focus to its final road trip of the season, facing Houston and UCF next weekend as the conference schedule nears its end.

The match started with the doubles, where the Cowgirls won the point for the 16th time this season and the 13th time in the last 15 matches. It all started on court two, where Cowgirls Ayumi Miyamoto and Ange Oby Kajuru defeated Cincinnati's Vic de Samucewicz 6-1.

The Cowgirls then took double points on the first court when Cowgirls Anastasiya Komar and Safiya Carrington defeated Rozalia Gruszczynska and Gabrielle Guenther of Cincinnati 6-2.

Court three remained unfinished with OSU's Lucia Peyre and Kristina Novak ahead of Morgan Pyrz and Sakurako Watanabe, 4-2.

About the singles, Cowgirls needed to win three out of six matches. Novak improved to 14-0 and got OSU on the board, beating Watanabe, 6-1, 6-0, on court five. No. 77 Carrington then won court three, 6-2, 6-2, over Guenther, bringing OSU just one point away from winning the match.
On the first court, it was No. 4 Kajuru who won the final point for the Cowgirls after defeating Gruszczynska 6-2, 6-0.

There were three games left unfinished for the Cowgirls. On court two, No. 65 Peyre trailed de Samucewicz, 3-6, 4-0. On court four, No. 81 Miyamoto led Flanagan 6-2, 5-1, while on court six Raquel Gonzalez led Pacheco 6-1, 4-2.

The win moves the Cowgirls to 21-0 on the season and 10-0 in conference play, making it just the third time in program history that the Cowgirls have reached 10 conference wins and the first time in the Chris Young era. The Cowgirls also have outscored opponents 54-5 in their 10 outdoor games.

Women's doubles:

1. Anastasiya Komar/Safiya Carrington (OSU) def. Rozalia Gruszczynska/Gabrielle Günther (CIN) 6-2
2. Ayumi Miyamoto/Ange Oby Kajuru (OSU) def. Vic de Samucewicz/Callie Flanagan (CIN) 6-1
3. Lucia Peyre/Kristina Novak (OSU) vs. Morgan Pyrz/Sakurako Watanabe (CIN) 4-2, unfinished

Women's singles:

1. #4 Ange Oby Kajuru (OSU) def. Rozalia Gruszczynska (CIN) 6-2, 6-0
2. #65 Lucia Peyre (OSU) vs. Vic de Samucewicz (CIN) 3-6, 4-0, unfinished
3. #77 Safiya Carrington (OSU) def. Gabrielle Günther (CIN) 6-2, 6-2
4. #81 Ayumi Miyamoto (OSU) vs. Callie Flanagan (CIN) 6-2, 5-1, unfinished
5. Kristina Novak (OSU) def. Sakurako Watanabe (CIN) 6-1, 6-0
6. Raquel Gonzalez (OSU) vs. Isabel Pacheco (CIN) 6-1, 4-2, unfinished