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SDSU Women's Tennis Places Two in Championship Final

Dita Hauerlandova will compete for two championships at the SDSU Fall Tennis Classic.
Dita Hauerlandova will compete for two championships at the SDSU Fall Tennis Classic.

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Oct. 2, 2004

SAN DIEGO - San Diego State's women's tennis team will have a chance to claim two championships Sunday at the SDSU Fall Tennis Classic. Junior Dita Hauerlandova will have the opportunity to capture the Flight A singles championship, as well as the doubles crown.

Hauerlandova made it through the semifinal round Saturday by beating Melissa Day of Alabama in straight sets, 7-6, 6-3. In Sunday's final, Hauerlandova will face University of San Diego's Emma Murphy who scored a three set victory over Bili Dimoska of Houston.

In the doubles bracket, Hauerlandova will team with Indra Erichsen as they compete for the doubles championship against San Diego's Lauren Kazarian and Emma Murphy. To get to the final match, the Aztec duo defeated Houston's Diana Martin and Kami Miller, 8-0.

In Flight B singles, freshmen Carla Bell and Sisse Nielsen will play each other for the consolation championship. Bell won her semifinal match against Jessica Runge of Alabama, 6-1, 6-4. Nielsen earned her spot in the final by beating Alabama's Hillary Barnes by a score of 6-1, 6-1.

The third and final day of the SDSU Fall Tennis Classic resumes Sunday at 8 a.m.

Flight A Singles
Semifinal Round
Dita Hauerlandova (SDSU) def. Melissa Day (Alabama), 7-6, 6-3

Flight B Singles Semifinal Round
Lauren Kazarian (USD) def. Nina Spaeth (SDSU), 6-2, 6-2
Kami Miller (Houston) def. Eliska Krausova (SDSU), 6-3, 6-1

Doubles
Semifinal Round
Hauerlandova/Erichsen (SDSU) def. Day/Muller (Alabama), 8-0
Kazarian/Murphy (USD) def. Vidov/Spaeth (SDSU), 8-1