UTC's Mulyadi Named SoCon Women's Tennis Player Of The Week

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga junior Claire Mulyadi is the Southern Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week for all matches played Feb. 17-23, the league office announced Tuesday. 

She won the clinching singles matches for the Mocs last week as UTC picked up wins over Mercer (6-0) and Middle Tennessee State (5-2).

Mulyadi posted a straight-sets win (6-2, 6-1) over Mercer’s Natalie Franklin to move to 5-1 in singles play this spring.  The Semarang, Indonesia, native then rallied for a 4-6, 6-0, 6-4 victory over MTSU’s Irina Constantinide at No. 5 singles.

In doubles play, Mulyadi was paired with Kelsey Coots as the No. 3 team for the Mocs.  Mulyadi and Coots posted an 8-0 win over MTSU’s Flavia Nagayama and Sarah Sediri in their first completed doubles match together, bringing her doubles record to 4-2 this spring.


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