(ALLENDALE, Mich.) – In the final day of the ITA Regional Tournament, the Walsh women's tennis team came back to life in the A Singles Consolation and A Doubles Consolation brackets. Sophomore Nicole Beidacki stormed the competition, making it the finals before conceding to Maja Pindelska of University of Indianapolis. Beidacki defeated Hillsdale's Kamryn Matthews in the first round (6-2, 6-3), Bellarmin's Maggie Walroth in the second round (6-2, 6-3), UMSL's Leticia Lunge in the third round (6-4, 6-1), and Maryville's Bascunana in the fourth round (6-2, 6-0).
The duo of Beidacki and Mercedes Fernandez also advanced to the finals in the A Doubles Consolation bracket. They defeated Findlay's Eliza Kirov and Samantha Sweet in the first round, Wayne State's Laura Cazacu and Linda Liong in the second round, and Grand Valley's Marily Canellopoulos and Vera Griva in the third round.
The Cavaliers will head back on the road to face Carnegie Mellon on Friday, Oct. 5.