Women's Tennis

    Crimson & Gold Cup Point On the Line Saturday in Bloomington

    Go Hoosiers! Senior Lindsey Stuckey takes on the rival Boilermakers for the final time in the regular season
    Go Hoosiers!
    Senior Lindsey Stuckey takes on the rival Boilermakers for the final time in the regular season
    Go Hoosiers!

    April 1, 2010

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University women's tennis team (11-5) hosts the Purdue Boilermakers (13-1) in an 11 a.m. match on Saturday, Apr. 3. The match will be played outside on the IU Varsity Tennis Courts weather permitting. Should inclement weather occur, the match will be moved indoors to the IU Tennis Center.

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    This season marks the sixth edition of the Crimson and Gold Cup, which signifies athletic supremacy between the rival schools. It pits the 20 common sports sponsored by both institutions against each other, rewarding one point for each sport. Indiana owns a 3-1-1 lead in the all-time series.

    It's a huge weekend for the 2009-10 version of the Crimson and Gold Cup as two of the remaining eight points possible are up for grabs on the tennis court as the men's team plays at Purdue on Friday.

    Heading into the weekend, Purdue owns a one-point advantage at 6.5-5.5 points. In addition to the tennis teams, the programs still facing each other with a point on the line will be M/W golf, M/W outdoor track & field, baseball and softball.

    SCOUTING THE COMPETITION
    The Purdue Boilermakers enter today's contest with an overall record of 13-1, 2-1 in Big Ten action and a national ranking of No. 42. Purdue's lone defeat came to No. 1 Northwestern.

    Purdue sophomore Jennier Rabot is just one doubles tiebreaker loss away from an undefeated spring thus far. She is 14-0 at No. 2 singles while also posting a 13-1 mark playing alongside Michelle Sammons in the top doubles slot in every dual match.

    Rabot comes in at No. 110 in the latest national singlesrankings while Indiana's Lindsey Stuckey and Evgeniya Vertesheva are the country's 52nd-ranked doubles duo.

     

     

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