March 21, 2018
Imperial Valley 9-0, San Diego City 5-4, Mt. San Jacinto College 7-2, San Diego Mesa College 7-2...the list continues with 9 consecutive conference wins for the women's tennis team at Grossmont College.
Participating in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC), the lady Griffins hold the conference lead by a whopping 9-0 record. The team is led by head coach Megan Haber.
"Never a dull moment with this energetic bunch of young women. They show up ready to play, work hard in practices and take care of business in the classroom. They're great and I love 'em!" states head coach Haber.
Jasso, a freshman out of Serra High School, primarily competes as a singles player pounding ground strokes up to rallies of 25. She wears her opponents down, as seen in her big singles wins this season versus Ventura College's #1 Lea Meschke and Santa Barbara College's #1 Katelyn Peyvendi.
Childs, a sophomore out of Steele Canyon High School, teamed up with Jasso in the #1 doubles position in yesterday's match-up versus San Diego City College's #1 doubles pair Josa Corpuz and Marilyn Kathka. Together, Childs and Jasso took the win with a score of 8-6.
The Grossmont College women's tennis team holds an overall record of 12-3, defeating Bakersfield College 5-4, Ventura College 7-2, College of the Desert 6-3 and Victor Valley College 9-0 in addition to other colleges participating in the PCAC. The team's 3 losses are to Saddleback College 4-5, Cerritos College 0-9 and Santa Barbara College 4-5.
With 4 more conference matches left in the season, the lady Griffins are on track for a 1st place conference finish, setting the court for PCAC individual championships April 12-14 at Southwestern College.
|THU||MAR 22||*MT. SAN JACINTO||HOME||2:00 PM|
|SUN||MAR 25||MIDDLEBURRY COLLEGE||HOME||12:00 PM|
|TUE||MAR 27||*SAN DIEGO MESA COLLEGE||AWAY||2:00 PM|
|THU||MAR 29||*COLLEGE OF THE DESERT||HOME||2:00 PM|
|TUE||APR 3||*SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE||HOME||2:00 PM|