Cervin was forced to bounce back from an opening-set defeat in the first round and again in the final. In her first two matches, she advanced by edging her opponent 11-9 in a super-tiebreaker. Also, Cervin won a second-set tiebreaker 7-5 in her first-round tilt before claiming the super-tiebreaker.
After winning 8-4 in the first round of doubles play, Cervin and Jolly emerged with an 8-6 victory in the quarterfinals. Monken stepped in for Jolly in the semifinal match, and the SLU duo prevailed 8-7 (10-4). Cervin and Jolly collected an 8-5 triumph in the final.
Elsewhere, Madison Cook and Jolly posted fourth-place finishes in Flight 3 and Flight 4 singles, respectively; Monken placed fifth in Flight 6 singles; and Cook and Brooke Urzendowski finished fifth in Flight 1 doubles.SLU competitors combined for a 14-11 singles record and a 9-3 doubles mark.