Hahn, Lanciano Capture Loyola Invitational Crown

Sept. 27, 2015

Final Results (Sunday)   Get Acrobat Reader

BALTIMORE - Megan Hahn and Amanda Lanciano teamed to win the inaugural Loyola Women's Tennis Invitational on Sunday afternoon.

The Loyola University Maryland duo swept George Mason University's Olivia Lacy-Thompson and Esu Erdenebat, winning the doubles contest 8-2, before capturing both singles contests.

Hahn was a 6-1, 6-4 winner over Lacy-Thompson in the first singles match, and Lanciano led Erdenebat, 6-4, 2-1 when the latter retired due to an injury.

Another Loyola team, Julie Clark and Nicole Eberle were victorious in their match Sunday to finish 11th at the invitational, beating Mount St. Mary's University's Sam Barbato and Longwood University's Lauren Tucker. The Greyhounds' pair took the doubles match, 8-7 (2) and then won both singles contests. Clark was a 6-4, 7-5, winner over Barbato, and Eberle defeated Tucker, as well.

The Greyhounds' third team of Emily Hughes and Haleigh Morgus finished sixth at the tournament. They fell Sunday to Longwood's Paloma Alatorre and Mason Thomas in all three matches.