Sports in Brief (April 4)

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April 4, 2008

12:46 AM

**Women’s Golf**
__Whitney’s 79 leads College to seventh-place finish__
Freshman Sarah Whitney fired two consistent rounds of 79 and 80 to post a 12th-place finish this week at Longwood University’s Tina Barrett Invitational, leading the Tribe to a seventh-place finish. Fellow freshmen Avi Hockfield and Katie Murphy also placed in the top 50, finishing in ties for 20th and 42nd, respectively, while senior Erika Oldenkamp tied for 34th. The squad will be back in action Monday and Tuesday, traveling to Wallace, N.C., for the University of North Carolina — Wilmington’s Lady Seahawk Invitational.

p. **Men’s tennis**
__Cojanu, Pagon named CAA Doubles Team of the Week__
Senior Alex Cojanu and junior Dominic Pagon, fresh off an undefeated week in which they upset nationally ranked opponents Sebastian Ripoll and Emil Lindgren of Virginia Commonwealth University, received the CAA’s Doubles Team of the Week award, garnering the honor for the second time this season. Cojanu and Pagon’s performance against VCU raised the duo to the no. 39 ranking in the latest ITA poll.

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