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    Cristelle Grier and Alexis Prousis Win in Consolation Championship Round at the ITA National Indoor Championships

    NUSPORTSDOTCOM Feriel Esseghir won her third consecutive match Sunday at the Western Michigan Super Challenge.
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    Feriel Esseghir won her third consecutive match Sunday at the Western Michigan Super Challenge.
    NUSPORTSDOTCOM

    Nov. 6, 2005

    2005 ITA National Indoor Championships Singles Bracket
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    2005 ITA National Indoor Championships Doubles Bracket
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    COLUMBUS, Ohio. -- Cristelle Grier (Epsom, England/Putney) and Alexis Prousis (Lake Forest, Ill./Lake Forest) take the women's doubles consolation crown at the 2005 ITA National Indoor Championships. The other Wildcats were busy with day three at the Western Michigan Super Championship.

    Grier and Prousis won the title by topping Kentucky's Kim Coventry and Joelle Schwank, 8-2.

    In the championship round, Grier and Prousis beat Pepperdine's Bianca Delgheru and Eva Dickes, 9-8 (5).

    The rest of the Wildcat team was in Kalamazoo, Mich. for the Western Michigan Super Challenge.

    In singles action, Northwestern tallied victories from Feriel Esseghir (Sarasota, Fla./UCLA) and Alexis Conill (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons).

    Esseghir notched the first win by beating Purdue's Brittany Minna 6-0, 6-2.

    Conill followed that performance by defeating the Boilermakers' Whitney Ryes 6-0, 6-2.

    In doublers play, the team of Nazlie Ghazal (Temecula, Calif./Chaparral) and Sigrid Fischer (Indiana) defeated Georgia Rose (Mettawa, Ill./North Shore Country Day) and Esseghir, 8-1.

    The doubles team of Ghazal and Jamie Peisel (Savannah, Ga./Savannah Country Day) topped Indiana's Alba Berdala and Cecile Perton, 8-1.

    With the end of these tournaments, Northwestern's women's tennis team concludes its fall action. The Wildcats return to action on Jan 13 at the National Collegiate Tennis Championships in Indian Wells, Calif.