Notre Dame Athletics | February 12, 2019
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana -- Cameron Corse's rally to win in three sets clinched a 4-3 victory for Notre Dame at Indiana on Sunday. The hosts took the doubles point before the Irish came back with singles victories from Zoe Spence, Bess Waldram, Corse and Zoe Taylor.
The victory moved the Irish to 4-2 on the young season as they get set to return home for their next five contests.
How It Happened
Indiana won the doubles point with wins on courts one and two by identical 6-2 margins. Maidson Appel and Jelly Bozovic defeated Corse and Spence at the top of the lineup, while Caitlin Bernard and Natalie Whalen won over Ally Bojczuk and Waldram at the two-spot.
Taylor, a freshman, started the Irish singles comeback thanks to a 6-2, 6-4 win over Somer Henry on court six. The top of the lineup then gave Notre Dame a 2-1 lead when Spence won a 6-4, 6-3 match from Appel.
Indiana tied the match at two with a court-five victory from Michelle McKamey over Maeve Koscielski (7-5 6-1). Notre Dame moved within a point of the win thanks to Waldram's win over Bernard on court three. Waldram won the first set 6-3 then took a dramatic 12-10 tiebreak to take the second, 7-6, and the match.
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