Former Sacred Heart Prep standout Sara Choy continued her run through the St. Mary's Tennis Invitational with a pair of singles victories on Saturday.
Choy, a member of Stanford's national championship team in the spring, beat Cal Poly's Dominique Stone in the Round of 16 7-5, 6-1 and then dispatched Pacific's Zoe Clydesdale-Eberle 6-4, 6-2 in the quarterfinals.
Choy improved to 3-0 for the Cardinal and 16-4 overall. She's joined by Stanford freshman Angelica Blake, who also recorded a pair of victories on Saturday, blanking USF's Mya Bui and getting past Wisconsin's Ava Markham.
As a doubles team, Choy and Blake won a pair of consolation matches, beating a team from Pacific and then coming back to top a split-squad duo of Cal's Alexis Nelson and Wisconsin's Melissa Pick in a tie-breaker.
At the Women's Collegiate Invitational in Malibu, Stanford's Janice Shin and Michaela Gordon each won a consolation singles match. Shin beat UC Davis' Elizabeth Goldsmith 6-1, 6-2 and Gordon bested Pepperdine's Anastasia Iamachkine 6-2, 6-0.
Cardinal Emily Arbuthnott dropped a 6-3, 7-6 (4) match to Georgia's Elena Christofi.
Shin and Gordon also won a consolation doubles match, topping a duo from Georgia in a tie-breaker.