Kansas State women’s tennis traveled to Seattle to face off against No. 28 Washington, losing 4-0 in the effort.
Washington started the day winning all three doubles matches to win the doubles point and then won the three singles matches to secure the victory.
Senior Karine-Marion Job faced off against the Huskies’ Vanessa Wong in singles, losing 6-2 in both sets.
At the No. 4 position, freshman Florentine Dekkers faced off against Hikaru Sato, also losing in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3.
Freshman Dinara Alloyarova lost her first set 6-3 against Kelly Leung. Alloyarova made the second set a battle but ultimately lost the set 7-5.
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Seniors Maria Linares, Rosanna Maffei and Anna Turco were all unable to finish their matches, with the Huskies securing the win.
In doubles, Dekkers and senior Ioana Gheorghita went up against the Huskies’ duo of Wong and Sato but came up short 6-3.
Turco and Alloyarova lost by the 6-3 score in their doubles match against Yolanda Lin and Sarah-Maude Fortin.
Job and Linares were unable to finish their doubles match, with Washington securing the point.
The Wildcats’ season record stands at 4-3 as they head to Nebraska on March 2 for their final match of the road trip.