Tennis Announces Addition of Two Home Matches

    Seniors Maja Kazimieruk (pictured) and Bryony Hunter will be honored at Houston's match on Monday
    Seniors Maja Kazimieruk (pictured) and Bryony Hunter will be honored at Houston's match on Monday
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    April 9, 2013

    HOUSTON - The University of Houston women's tennis program has announced the addition of two final regular-season matches to be played at John E. Hoff Courts prior to hosting the 2013 Conference USA Championship on April 18-21.

    The Cougars will play host to No. 49 Arkansas at 1 p.m., on Sunday and close out the regular season against Prairie View A&M at 4 p.m., on Monday where seniors Maja Kazimieruk and Bryony Hunter will be honored.

    Kazimieruk has enjoyed a stellar senior campaign, combining for a 31-7 mark in singles and doubles play during dual action this spring. Kazimieruk has notched a team-best 16-3 record in dual singles play, primarily at the No. 4 and No. 5 positions, while teaming up with Celia Fraser for a 14-2 mark in doubles action this spring as the duo is currently riding a 13-match winning streak.

    Kazimieruk, a four-year letterwinner from Poznan, Poland, has compiled a career singles record of 87-43 (.669), which ranks 10th all-time in school history for singles victories, and is 55-22 (.714) in four seasons of dual singles play.

    Hunter posted an impressive career at Houston before being sidelined for her final season due to injury. The Harlow, U.K., native, who earned a combined record of 84-59 in three seasons, was 33-17 in her career in dual singles play primarily at the top two positions, and earned Third-Team All-C-USA honors as a freshman after going 13-6 at the No. 1 spot.

    Hunter was just as consistent in doubles play, ranking eighth all-time in school history with 27 victories with partner Giorgia Pozzan.

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