Amy Gannon (courtesy of the Lawrence Sports Information Office)
Amy GammonWomen’s Tennis
Amy Gammon turned in a perfect week for the Lawrence University women’s tennis team. A freshman from West Bend, Gammon had a 3-0 record, as the Vikings won two of three dual matches during the past week.
Gammon, playing No. 4 singles, beat Sarah Marsicek of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh 6-1, 6-2 to begin her week. She then downed Charis Sorum of Wisconsin Lutheran College 2-6, 6-0, 6-2, and finished by defeating Sara Walter of Mount Mary College 6-0, 6-3. The Vikings beat Wisconsin Lutheran 5-4 and downed Mount Mary 8-1.
Senior linebacker Scott Dummert was a one-man gang for the Lawrence University defense in a 44-23 loss at Knox College last Saturday.
A native of Brookfield, Dummert had 18 tackles, including one for loss, against the Prairie Fire. With his performance Saturday, Dummert, one of the team’s captains, is now the second leading tackler on the team with 25.
Scott Dummert (courtesy of the Lawrence Sports Information Office)