SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Augustana Women's Tennis team won its 12th-straight NSIC Tournament title in a 4-0 victory over Minnesota State inside Huether Family Match Pointe Sunday.

The No. 1 seeded Vikings advance to a 20-3 overall record while the No. 7 seeded Mavericks move to a 15-2 overall record.

“It was a great win today,” said Augustana head coach Marc Kurtz. “We lost the doubles point the last time we played Minnesota State and we used that as motivation today. It was nice to be 1-0 up heading into singles play. Minnesota State is a good team and they made us earn it today. I really like how we stayed focused on our individual matches and everyone was battling. Now we wait to hear who and where we play for the Central Regional. Let’s go Vikings!”

Inside the Matchup Final: Augustana 4, Minnesota State 0 Records: Augustana (20-3), Minnesota State (15-2)


  • Florentia Hadjigeorgiou (UF) against Lois Page, 6-4, 3-2, UF
  • Senem Ocal (UF) against Freia Lawrence, 5-7, 4-1,
  • UF Aleksandra Kistanova (UF) against Chiara Carnelutti, 6-4, 2-3, UF
  • Laura Arce Vieyra (AU) defeats Avery Stilwell, 6-0, 6-2
  • Margarita Chouliara (AU) defeats Daria Podmagilaia, 6-2, 6-2
  • Gabriela Jancikova (AU) defeats McKenna DeMarce, 6-2, 6-1



  • Florentia Hadjigeorgiou/Aleksandra Kistanova (AU) defeats Lois Page/Avery Stilwell, 6-1
  • Laura Arce Vieyra/Gabriela Jancikova (AU) defeats Freia Lawrence/Chiara Carnelutti, 6-3
  • Senem Ocal/Emily Granson (AU) defeats McKenna DeMarce/Elizabeth Felderman, 6-4
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