Lawrence women’s tennis wrapped up its season last weekend, splitting away matches against Ripon and St. Norbert. The women took on Ripon first on the indoor courts at UW-Oshkosh last Thursday, defeating the Red Hawks 6-1. On the doubles side, Beth Larson and Jenny Roesch proved to be far too much for Ripon’s No. 1 doubles team, winning 8-1. Lawrence’s No. 2 doubles team, Kat Valde and Elizabeth Byers, also won with a score of 8-6. As the No. 5 and No. 6 singles matches were suspended after one set due to time, Lawrence swept the singles matches 4-0. Larson and Roesch both won their matches handily in two sets, while Valde and Byers each needed three sets to notch a win. Friday, the Lady Vikes traveled to Green Bay, where they took on the Green Knights of St. Norbert for what would be their final match of the season, as they were out of range of a spot in the conference tournament. The women of St. Norbert proved to be too much for the Lady Vikes, as Lawrence dropped the match 7-2. The only two victories for Lawrence were at number four singles, where Byers won a tight two-set match 7-6 (8-6), 6-1, and at No. 1 singles, where Larson’s opponent forfeited. The Vikings, who have no seniors on their roster, have plenty to look forward to next year, as they will return their entire team. Included among the returners are the two Lawrence players with the best records: Larson, who finished 11-2, and Roesch, who finished 9-5.