Women's Tennis vs. Connecticut College | Friday, April 12 | Babson Tennis Complex | 3:30 p.m.
Women's Tennis vs. Clark | Saturday, April 13 | Babson Tennis Complex | 1:30 p.m.
Babson vs. Connecticut College
• The Beavers and Camels will meet for the 12th time on Friday in a series that dates back to 2002.
• Babson is 5-6 all-time against the Camels and have won three straight matches in the series after last year's 7-2 victory in New London, Conn.
Babson vs. Clark
• The Beavers and Cougars will meet for the 26th time on Saturday in a series that dates back to 1994.
• Babson is 23-2 over its last 25 matches against the Cougars, which includes 19 straight wins.
• The Green and White won all six singles matches 6-0, 6-0 in last year's 9-0 sweep of the Cougars.
SCOUTING THE CAMELS
• Connecticut College (8-6) has dropped two straight matches and is coming off a 9-0 loss to fifth-ranked Middlebury on Sunday.
• The closest match of the contest came at second doubles where Meredith Kenny and Skylar Morgan dropped an 8-4 decision.
• Emily Migliorni leads the team with seven singles victories, while Brooke Scully has won five times this spring.
• The duo of Meredith Kenny and Skylar Morgan leads Connecticut College with seven doubles wins.
SCOUTING THE COUGARS
• Clark (2-10, 0-4 NEWMAC) has lost six consecutive matches following Tuesday's 5-4 setback at Smith.
• Elizabeth Garfield won at number two doubles and number three singles for the Cougars, who have dropped their last nine NEWMAC matches.
• Elizabeth Tchantouri leads the team with four singles victories, three of which have come at number five, while Maggie Tarbox and Anna Gates have both won four times in doubles.
SCOUTING THE BEAVERS
• Babson (7-4, 4-0 NEWMAC) has won three straight matches after defeating Mount Holyoke, 6-3, on Saturday.
• Junior Emily Roeper and sophomores Carolina Merz and Nastasia Tamarkin all picked up points in singles and doubles for the Beavers.
• Merz (10-3) leads the team in wins and is 4-1 at number three singles, sophomore Alexa Tutecky is 6-2 at number one, and Roeper is 9-5 overall with seven combined victories at fourth and fifth singles.
• Merz and Madison have gone 7-1 in dual matches this spring, while Tutecky and Tamarkin are 5-2 at number one doubles.
MERZ HONORED BY NEWMAC
• Coming off a pair of straight-set victories over opponents from Smith and Mount Holyoke at number one singles, Merz was tabbed as the league's singles co-player of the week on Monday.
• The award was the first in singles for Merz, who has twice earned doubles team of the week accolades alongside Madison.
NUMBER TO KNOW
• 4: The Beavers are unbeaten this season (7-0) when winning at number four singles.