JU improved to 6-0 and recorded a 7-0 win for the third time in the past four matches. The Dolphins also blanked Hampton University and Savannah State earlier this month. Western Carolina fell to 1-3.
Freshman Gabriela Bartos continued her undefeated streak in singles play, moving to 6-0 after outlasting Carolina Laine in three sets, 2-6, 7-6, 1-0. Eve Castaing started the Dolphins on a strong note, winning her first singles match, 6-4, 6-1 over WCU top-draw Izabella Glinska.
Freshmen Flavia Nagayama and Natalia Melibeu also recorded straight-set wins for the Dolphins. Junior Veronique Spencer lost just one game in a 6-0, 6-1 decision and fellow junior Virginia Iwinski raced to a 4-3 first-set lead before winning by default.
Castaing and Bartos teamed to take the first doubles competition, 8-3. Melibeu and Nagayama added an 8-4 victory in second doubles and Iwinski and Spencer capped the tandem portion with an 8-5 win over Karen Jimenez and Katie Barry.
JU will look to stay unbeaten on Tuesday when it hosts Presbyterian at 2 p.m