Nebraska Wesleyan rolled through their competition on Saturday (Apr. 9) as the Prairie Wolves women blanked both Briar Cliff and Northwestern, 9-0, 9-0 and the NWU men shutout Briar Cliff 9-0 in Sioux City, Iowa.
Both the Prairie Wolves men and women's teams remain unbeaten in Great Plains Athletic Conference action to sit alone on top of the GPAC standings.
NWU men lost just five total sets in their match against Briar Cliff in the shutout win. In doubles action NWU lost just one set. In singles play, NWU's first four players all won with scores of 8-1, while the No. 5 and No. 6 players each won 8-0.
In women's play, Nebraska Wesleyan women made real quick work of Briar Cliff. The first five singles players all swept the Chargers in scores of 8-0. NWU recorded two more 8-0 wins in doubles action.
Against Northwestern the Prairie Wolves faced a little more resistance from the Red Raiders. At No. 2 singles, Erica Dickmeyer won 8-4, at No. 5 singles Hannah Husmann was an 8-6 winner with Nicole Jacobsen winning 8-5 at No. 6 in the three most competitive matches. Chelsea Henslee won 8-2 at No. 1, Andrea Dasilva was a 8-1 winner at No. 3, Terah Maloley also won 8-1 at No. 4.
With her two doubles victories, Chelsea Henslee becomes the NWU all-time career doubles victory leader with 56 career doubles wins.