Stasiuk, the tourney's top seed, opened thetournament with a 6-4, 6-1 win over JamesMadision's Karen Johnson. The sophomore thenrecorded two straight set victories before gettingupset by Lapidus, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
In doubles, Dragomirescu and deLone defeatedSyracuse's Kathy Bradford and Carrie Beut in theirfirst-round match. The Crimson duo lost to UVA'sKelly Kolankiewicz and Lapidus in the round of 16.
Farrell and Mulvehal were alternates at first,but the duo got in when the fifth-seed fromPrinceton had to withdraw. The two made the mostof their opportunity, reaching the quarterfinalsbefore getting eliminated.
The Crimson duo defeated a team from Delaware,7-5, 6-2, and recorded a 6-7, (10-8) decision overKristy Wood and Pam Piorkowski of Boston College.In the quarterfinals, Mulvehal and Farrell droppeda straight set decision to teammates Bland andHenikoff, 6-3, 6-0.
Bland and Henikoff were upset in the semifinalsby Yale's Elizabeth Baldwin and Lynn Rosentretch.
"Everyone played well," Krass said. "I waspleased with all of them. We had a great fallseason. Now we will look forward to the springseason."
After the tournament, five of the players hadto take midterm exams yesterday, and a couple ofthem are taking midterms today.
Not even the best team in the east can rest