The Friars faced off against the Blue Demons in the first match at the new tennis complex adjacent to Anderson Stadium.
Friars post a collective record of 15-9 in their first competition of the fall season.
Corder tallied the lone point for the Friars.
Aviles-Duron led the Friars in the win with a match-tying point in singles.
Aviles-Duron clinches match for a senior day victory.
Career Singles: 13-30
Career Doubles: 18-24
As a junior: Posted a 2-2 record in the No. 3 singles position in the fall ... Posted a 0-4 record in the No. 4 singles position and a 0-3 record in the No. 6 singles position in the spring ... Earned a 0-3 record while competing in doubles matches with Nicole Cyterski in the fall ... In the No. 3 position, earned a 1-0 record while competing with Emma Burgess and a 1-1 record while competing with Grace Biciunas in the fall ... Posted a 0-1 record in the spring in the No. 2 doubles position with Amanda Pitocco.
As a sophomore: Finished with a 7-11 overall record in singles play ... Finished with a 0-1 spring record in the No. 4 singles spot, a 1-0 fall record and a 0-3 spring record in the No. 5 singles spot, and a 1-0 record in the fall and a 3-3 record in the spring in the No. 6 singles spot ... While partnered with Maria Clara Bernardez, held a 1-7 spring record in the No. 1 doubles position ... Held a 0-1 record in the No. 2 doubles spot, and a 1-0 record while partnered with Amanda Pitocco in the No. 3 doubles spot ... Finished with a 0-2 record while partnered with Hannah Zangari in the No. 1 position.
As a freshman: Held a 0-3 record at the No. 4 singles spot and a 0-1 record in the No. 5 singles spot both in the spring... Recorded a 4-1 record during the spring in the No. 3 doubles spot (partnered with Hannah Zangari)... Held a 1-0 record in the fall in the #2 spot and a 0-1 record in the spring at the #3 spot when partnered with Caitlin Foley... Recorded a 4-1 record in the spring while partnered with Karen Ramirez... Came away with a 1-0 record in the spring when partnered with Alana Prinos in the #2 spot...Played in the Middlebury Invitational on Oct. 19-21... A 0-3 record in the spring at the #4 singles position and a 0-0 record in the fall and a 0-1 record in the spring at the #5 singles position... Collected a total 3-6 singles record for the 2012-13 season.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School... Earned 4 varsity letters in tennis and captained her senior campaign... All Met in the Gazette (2009-2011) and Team MVP (2010 and 2011)... Three time WCAC finalist (2011) and WCAC No. 1 doubles winner... Daughter to Kim and Fran Hogan... Mom played tennis at Salisbury University (1984-87) and uncle played tennis at Salisbury University (1988-89)...Has two younger brothers, Sean and Colin... Plans to major in Elementary/ Special Education.
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