Women's Tennis Totals 26 Wins At Two-Day Bowdoin Invitational

Lauren Louks had the most wins at the event for the Jumbos with five. 

MEDFORD – The Tufts University women's tennis team continued their fall season this past weekend at the Bowdoin Invitational. The Jumbos came away with a total of 26 match wins throughout both singles and doubles at the two-day event.

Lauren Louks led the way for Tufts with a total of five wins. She won both singles matches she competed in, 6-4, 6-2 and 7-5, 6-3. Louks added three more wins with her doubles partner for the event, Mina Karamercan. They won those three match-ups 8-3, 8-2, and 8-4, with two wins coming over pairs from Skidmore and one from Bowdoin.

Karamercan had a successful event for herself as well. Along with the three matches she won with Louks, she added a singles win on day one, 6-1, 6-3 over Ada Wiggins from Skidmore.

Eliza Brown had the most singles wins for the Jumbos with three. She added a fourth win in doubles with Katherine Wiley on day two. Wiley totaled four wins as well. One with Brown, another in doubles with Patricia Obeid, and she went two for two in singles matches.

Afua Ofori-Darko, Zoe Miller, Kiara Rose, and Obeid all came away with three wins at the event. Each won two singles matches and added another in doubles.

This was the team's final scheduled event of the fall season. The spring portion of their schedule begins on March 11 when they travel to Wellesley.


Written by Curtis Stoychoff, Athletic Communications Intern