Cougars fall to Deacons in tennis

No. 60 Wake Forest blanked College of Charleston, 7-0, on Monday.

Katherine Schofield was the closest to victory for the Cougars (0-3), taking No. 16th-ranked Samantha Asch to three sets before falling 7-6 (7-3), 6-2 at No. 3 singles.

College of Charleston next hosts Winthrop at noon Sunday at Patriots Point.

The first CALGA tournament of the season was played on Monday at the Osprey Point course on Kiawah Island. Chris Schaible of Snee Farm shot the low gross at 82, while low net saw a three-way tie at 62 between Ruth Yack of Charleston City Club, Angela Bryant of Stono Ferry and Stacy Redman of Shadowmoss.

Other winners include:

1st flight: 1st low gross— Diane Eberhard, Seabrook; Jeannie Hillock, Kiawah Island; Laura Rawl, Shadowmoss 83; 1st low net—Ingelise Caroe 71; 2nd low gross—Anita Marciniak, Kiawah Island 84; 2nd low net—Terry Rickson, Charleston City Club; Kyoko Tsuchiya, Rivertowne 73; 3rd low net—Robin Moyer, Rivertowne 77.

2nd flight: 1st low gross—Susan Colatsky, Seabrook 85; 1st low net—Susan Lord, Seabrook 69.

3rd flight: 1st low gross—Ricia Horton, Wild Dunes; Chris Murphy, Stono Ferry 86; 1st low net—Liz Devens, Seabrook 66.

4th flight: 1st low gross—Mary Lu Kagler, Kiawah Island 90; 1st low net—Deb Stossel, Dunes West; Chris Warner, Kiawah Island; Diane Lehder, Kiawah Island 69.

5th flight: 1st low gross—Nancy McConnel, Seabrook 91; 1st low net—Toni Peterson, Dunes West 66.

6th flight: 1st low gross—Mary Sudzina, Charleston City Club 91; 1st low net—Marci Mitchell, Snee Farms 64.

7th flight: 1st low gross—Melanie Byrnes, Stono Ferry 99; 1st low net—Chris Miniman, Seabrook 67.