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Women’s Tennis To Host Seminole Invitational This Weekend

Oct. 26, 2006

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Tallahassee, Fla. – Scott Speicher Tennis Center will be filled with eight schools this weekend competing at the 2006 Seminole Invitational. The event takes place from October 26-28 starting at 9 a.m. each morning. Schools from around the south will be participating in the event. Florida State will be joined by Auburn University- Birmingham, North Florida, South Florida, Bethune-Cookman, Stetson, Florida Atlantic, FAMU and Jacksonville.

Doubles action will begin the day with the Garnet Bracket. National Indoor entries’ senior Nicola Slater (Ayr, Scotland) and freshman Lauren Macfarlane (Ogden, Utah) will face AUB’s Veverkova/Dadakhodjaeva. Junior Carolin Walter (Bingen, Germany and sophomore Ania Rynarzewska (Inowroclaw, Poland) will take on Wendling/Leonenko of Stetson.

In the Gold Bracket, senior Miranda Foley (Cambridge, England) and freshman Jessica Wente (Whitehouse, Texas) received the two seed and will face Simone/Totecska of FAU.

Junior Tapiwa Marobela (Gaborone, Botswana) and sophomore Suzanna Mansour (Greenacres, Fla.) have received a bye and will advance to the next round.

Singles action will take place following doubles. In the Garnet Draw, Walter is the first seed and will face FAU’s Wendling. Slater will take on Nowicki of Stetson. Macfarlane is the first seed of the Gold Bracket and will face FAU’s Kecht. Rynarzewska, the Black Bracket’s one seed, will face Stetson’s Leonenko. These four matches will take place at 10 a.m.

11 a.m. will begin the White and Orange Brackets for the Seminoles. The first seeded Wente will face Torres of UNF while second seeded Foley will take on FAU’s Bartnik, both in the White Draw. Mansour will be the lone Seminole in the Orange Bracket as the second seed. She will face UNF’s Durcakova.

At 11:30, the Red Draw will begin with Marobela receiving the one seed to face Demelo of UNF.

Check back on Seminoles.com for updated results throughout the day’s activities.

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