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Oct 07 2012

NYIT Captures First ECC Women's Tennis Championship

FLUSHING, N.Y. (Oct. 6, 2012) - With the championship tied at four matches apiece, Madalina Florea (Galati, Romania) of NYIT took home a three set victory to clinch the program's first East Coast Conference Women's Tennis Championship. Second-seeded NYIT defeated top-seed and host Queens (N.Y.) 5-4. 

 

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