The pair got the day started early in doubles, going up against Carnegie Mellon's Victoria Chang and Lauren James. Camacho and Korman couldn't make much headway in that early match, losing by an 8-2 score to the Carnegie Mellon duo.
The Owls found somewhat greater success in singles play however. Camacho took Mary Washington's Amanda Hagino deep into their match in the first round of the Championship Singles consolation bracket. However, Hagino from the host school ultimately prevailed by an 8-6 scoreline. Korman did a similarly good job in her consolation match. The Bryn Mawr first-year gave Randolph's Sarah Mueller a strong battle in their contest, but ultimately ended up on the wrong side of an 8-5 scoreline.
Despite the tough results, the weekend was certainly a good experience for the two Owls. They were the first Bryn Mawr tennis players to get action at the ITA regional tournament since the 2010-11 season. They'll look to carry that experience into their next match, along with the rest of the Owls, when they get back in action on October 5th. Bryn Mawr will welcome Immaculata and Arcadia to campus that Saturday for two separate matches against those schools.