MM 10.4: Five tennis players from Maryland to compete in ITA Super Regionals


Maryland tennis players Jojo Bach, Mary Brumfield, Selma Cadar, Francesca Feodorov and Marta Perez Mur will compete in the Super Regionals ITA scheduled for October 22-25.

Bach, who recently transferred from the University of Delaware, was recognized as a member of the Colonial Athletic Association (All-CAA) second team in singles and doubled his first and second years. The 5-foot-11 junior was a semi-finalist in the G1 British Tour and a double-finalist in doubles, and twice a semi-finalist in the ITF juniors in Kenya.

Brumfield, a freshman from Mississippi, was ranked No. 41 in the class of 2021 and won the USTA Florida L3 in January. Cadar began his academic career at the University of Miami. The Romanian native was ranked No.102 nationally in singles at the start of the 2021 spring season.

Feodorov, a freshman, was recognized as No. 3 in Romania and No. 420 by the International Tennis Federation. She won the ITF G4 Corfu and ITF G5 Cluj tournaments and the Romanian U16 national championship.

A graduate of the University of Texas, Perez Mur helped her team win an NCAA championship. The Spanish native also went 13-7 in doubles in her final year.

In other news

Damon Brooks Jr. wrote about Maryland’s No.7 field hockey loss to Iowa’s No.1.

Ben Dickson covered Maryland’s women’s football loss to Illinois on Sunday.

Joseph Lotano recapped Sunday’s Maryland Men’s No.8 road loss to Wisconsin, marking the team’s first conference loss of the season.

Dylan Spilko assessed football’s positions following Friday’s loss to Iowa.

Sam Oshtry provided his three takeaways from football’s first loss of the season.

Women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese was inducted into the Washington DC Metro Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday.

The Maryland women’s basketball team received their rings during the football game on Friday night.

Maryland softball beat Frostburg State University 22-0 on Saturday in a fall hitchhiking game.


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