The Friars captured the doubles point, but dropped all six singles matches to the Pirates.
The Friars faced off against the Blue Demons in the first match at the new tennis complex adjacent to Anderson Stadium.
The Friars took the doubles point and four singles matches to sail past the Rams.
The Friars led with two matches remaining, but the Pioneers pulled away with the victory.
The Friars dropped a 7-0 decision to the Crimson.
Women's Tennis vs. Marist Feb. 19
Career Singles: 46-44
Career Doubles: 46-43
As a junior: In singles play, tied for second on the team with 11 wins on the year ... Posted a 2-2 record out of the No. 1 singles position and a 5-6 record in the No. 2 singles position in the spring ... Earned an 8-6 record with partner Emma Burgess in the No. 1 doubles position in the spring ... Helped the Friars to their BIG EAST victory against Creighton in the first round of the Championships with her win with partner Burgess in the No. 1 doubles position
As a sophomore: Finished the season with an overall singles record of 15-15 ... Posted a 2-1 fall record and a 7-9 spring record in the No. 2 position ... Posted a 0-1 spring record while partnered with Karen Ramirez in the No. 2 doubles position ... Held a 2-1 fall record and a 0-1 spring record while partnered with Jennifer DeLuca in the No. 2 doubles position ... While partnered with Hannah Zangari, held a 6-6 spring record in the No. 2 doubles position ... Posted a victory in the No. 2 singles spot and a doubles victory partnered with Hannah Zangari in the No. 2 doubles position to help the Friars to their first BIG EAST victory, against Villanova on April 5.
As a freshman: Came away with a 3-1 record in the fall and a 7-8 record in the spring at the #3 singles position collecting a total 20-14 singles record for the 2012-13 season ...Collected a 18-15 overall record with with Taylor Corder... Held a 1-1 record during the fall and a 5-8 record during the spring when partnered with Taylor Corder in the No. 2 doubles spot...Recorded a 1-0 record in the spring with partner Olivia Hogan in the #2 spot... While partnered with Hannah Zangari in the # 2 spot recorded a 1-0 record...
Before Providence: A native of Foxborough, Mass., played No. 1 singles for the tennis team at Foxborough High School all four years and was captain for three. Prinos is a two-time MIAA South Section Champion and reached the MIAA State Final in 2011. She has achieved an impressive 4-star ranking on tennisrecruiting.net, which lists her fourth in New England for the Class of 2012. She was actively involved in NHS, SADD, Student Council, Best Buddies and her school concert choir. She is the daughter of Mary Ann and Peter Prinos and has three younger sisters, Emma, Diana, and Sophia.
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