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Indiana University ladies defeated by Iowa in the Big Ten second round

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The Indiana women’s tennis was defeated 4-1 by Iowa Hawkeyes in the second round of the Big Ten Championships, at the Schwartz Tennis Center. The Hawkeyes earned the double point. Redshirt-juniors Mila Mejic and Alexandra Staiculescu won their first game 7-5, before Iowa got two wins in the doubles no.

1, 6-4, and in doubles. Redshirt-sophomore Lara Schneider started things off with a win at No. 1 in singles. She earned victory in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1, to tie the match. The Hawkeyes had two more hits in singles no. 6 and 4, winning both in straight sets.

They would finish the match with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 win in singles.

Women’s singles

1. Lara Schneider (IU) def. Samantha Mannix (IOWA), 6-3, 6-1
2. Marisa Schmidt (IOWA) Saby Nihalani (IU), 6-4, 1-6, 2-2, unfinished
3. Daianne Hayashida (IOWA) def.

Mila Mejic (IU), 6-3, 3-6, 5-4, unfinished
4. Barbora Pokorna (IOWA) def. Nicole Teodosescu (IU), 6-4, 6-3
5. Vipasha Mehra (IOWA) def. Alex Staiculescu (IU), 4-6, 6-4, 6-0
6. Pia Kranholdt (IOWA) def. Rose Hu (IU), 6-3, 6-2

Women’s doubles


Samantha Mannix/Marisa Schmidt (IOWA) def. Saby Nihilani/Rose Hu (IU), 7-5
2. Vipasha Mehra/Anya Lamoreaux (IOWA) def. Lara Schneider/Nicole Teodoscue (IU), 7-5
3. Alex Staiculescu/Mila Mejic (IU) def. Pia Kranholdt/Barbora Pokorna (IOWA), 6-4

About the Indiana University

The Indiana University is a college system founded in 1820 as Indiana State Seminary and then renamed Indiana College in 1846.

The institution consists of nine campuses located within the same state. The IUPUI campus is also home to Indiana University Medical Center, Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis, Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, and Indiana University School of Dentistry, all on the IUPUI campus but from it technically independent.

There is also the Indiana University School of Medicine at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Since the first post-war period, Indiana University Press has been the primary publisher of the university. The Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project, abbreviated InPho, is a project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities in an attempt to connect philosophical ideas, scholars and works of philosophy within a navigable online path for users.

The goal is also to define, through ontology, a data model that can be replicated by other online resources on a philosophical theme.

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