After a long streak on the road, the Buffs returned home Friday and defeated Washington State 4-3 to claim their first Pac-12 victory of the season at the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center.

The Buffaloes, secured the doubles point for the first time this conference season to start the day. The duo of Louise Ronaldson and Chloe Hulefinished first knocking off Washington State's Aneta Mikosovska and Victoria Matejenic 6-3. Annabelle Andrinopoulos and Ilana Oleynik dropped their match 6-4, so it came down to court two for the No. 2 doubles matchup. The Buffs stuck in there and finally Nuria Ormeño Ruiz and Kyra Wojcik pulled out the win against Washington State's Barbora Michalkova and Melissa Ates 7-5.

The match came down to the No. 6 singles spot with Brigitte Beck. Beck sailed through the first set winning it 6-1, but Tomey battled back in the second to win it 6-4 and push to a third set. The duo went back and forth but Beck settled in and earned her 6-4 victory to solidify the Buffs win.

The Buffaloes were very competitive in singles play on Friday afternoon. Nuria Ormeño Ruiz battled to a tiebreaker in the first set at the No. 1 singles spot before edging out Washington State's Barbora Michalkova 7-6. Ormeño Ruiz fought hard and coasted to her second set win 6-2. She extended the Buffs lead 2-0 over the Cougars.

Kyra Wojcik had a clutch performance for CU, defeating Melissa Ates in straight sets 6-3, 6-3 to make it a tie match.


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The day came down to the No. 6 singles spot with Brigitte Beck. Beck sailed through the first set winning it 6-1, but Tomey battled back in the second to win it 6-4 and push to a third set. The duo went back and forth but Beck settled in and earned her 6-4 victory to solidify the Buffs win.