SIU hosts Northern Iowa and Drake to close out home slate

    Seniors Anita Lee and Korey Love

    Seniors Anita Lee and Korey Love
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    April 4, 2014

    Saluki Women's Tennis | Fan Appreciation Day | Senior Day
     Date Apr. 5-6 | UNI, Sat., 1:00 p.m. | DU, Sun., 10:00 a.m.
     Location Carbondale, Ill. - University Courts
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    Tim McCaughan

    CARBONDALE, Ill. - The Southern Illinois women's tennis team will host Northern Iowa and Drake to conclude its home slate for the 2014 season. Sunday's match versus Drake will be Fan Appreciation Day. Hot dogs, chips, and drinks will be provided for free while supplies last. Prior to the match seniors Korey Love and Anita Lee will be recognized.

    The Salukis (12-6, 1-0 MVC) swept both Drake and Northern Iowa last season. Southern came out of Des Moines with a 4-3 win over the Bulldogs while picking up a 5-2 win at UNI.


    Over their four-year careers at Southern, senior Anita Lee and Korey Love have been a part of 60 team wins and counting. Love has won 68 doubles matches during her career to go with 25 wins in singles. Lee has won 72 singles matches and 65 doubles matches over her career.

    Junior Natasha Tomishima leads the MVC at the No. 1 singles position with 11 wins on the year. Gisela Cairo Baza and Polina Dozortseva also sit atop the Valley in total doubles wins at the No. 3 slot with 10.

    Head coach Audra Anderson sits at 103 career NCAA wins. She holds the best winning percentage in school history at .637 and is second in school history in wins behind Judy Auld (405) who coached from 1975-2004.