TALAHASSEE, Fla. -- Junior Yuliana Svistun took third place in the Black singles bracket and junior Edina Horvath finished fifth in the Gold draw as the University of Kansas closed out its fall season at the Seminole Invitational on Sunday.
Svistun's victory over Florida International's Pazo gave the Ufa, Russia native her second-straight 10-win fall season. After finishing 14-6 last fall, the junior closed out the 2007 fall schedule with a solid mark of 10-4.
Horvath, who finished second on the team this fall with four singles victories, defeated Central Florida's Serrot to claim the Gold bracket's consolation crown. Horvath also had a strong fall season in doubles play competing with junior Elizaveta Avdeeva.
Freshman Maria Martinez also entered Sunday with a shot at a third-place finish in the Pink bracket. However, the Abingdon, Md., native fell to New Mexico's Tessmar, 6-3, 6-1.
KU's only other action on Sunday was in the Yellow round-robin singles draw, where freshman Mymee Tokuda dropped her contest to Florida International's Vallasciani, 6-0, 6-4.
Kansas will now be off until the squad heads to Honolulu, Hawaii on Jan. 16-20 for the Hawaii Tournament. The Jayhawks will then begin dual match play at Arkansas on Feb. 2.