Junior tennis player Sadaf Sadeghvaziri, of Tehran, Iran, has been doing her best to remain calm during the pandemic, but a canceled season and travel bans haven’t made it easy.
The Beach dominated in a Big West conference matchup Friday, winning 6-1 against the Titans at Rhodes Tennis Center.
CSULB tennis loses two in a row and the first of a nine-game homestand.
After dropping their first match of the season, the Beach have now rattled off four straight wins and look to keep the momentum going.
The Beach had a standout of the tournament with sophomore Emma Bardet’s quarterfinal appearance.
Wiktoria Rutkowska received multiple Big West accolades as a key piece for Long Beach State last season. This year she looks to build on those achievements.
Following the UNLV Fall Invitational, Long Beach carried its momentum back to the Rhodes Tennis Center, where it had multiple players came out on top in the CSULB-hosted three-day event, Oct. 11 through 13.
The team hopes the three-day tournament will allow it to build off its success at UNLV.
Starting each day with dominant doubles performances, Long Beach State’s duos showed encouraging signs for a team that is still getting their footing.
Following a season of positive momentum, Big West champions Long Beach State plan to build off of last season’s success this preseason.