Tech's Shosho Falls in First Round of NCAA Women's Tennis Singles Championship

May 24, 2004

ATHENS, Ga. – Georgia Tech sophomore tennis player Lyndsay Shosho was unable to advance and dropped a three-set decision in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championship in Athens, Ga. The tournament is being contested at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex on the campus of the University of Georgia.

Shosho, who is the nation’s 67th-ranked singles player could not hold on against North Carolina’s 21st-ranked Aniela Mojzis. Mojzis captured the first set with a 6-3 victory. Shosho battled back taking her own 6-3 win. In the final match, Shosho was ahead 4-1, but was unable to hold off a Mojzis rally and fell by a 6-4 score.

Despite the loss, Shosho became just the second Tech player to ever play in the NCAA Individual Championship, with the other being the Yellow Jackets’ all-time leader in career singles and doubles victories as well as singles winning percentage, Jaime Wong.

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