Maryland’s Ayana Akli lunges for the ball during her and Kate Yemelyanenka’s doubles match against James Madison’s Daniela Voloh and Natalia Nikolopoulou. The match was unfinished. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

Maryland’s Chloe Hamlin and Adela Josefova high five each other during their doubles match against James Madison’s Jona Roka and Daria Afanasyeva on Feb. 22, 2020 in College Park. The Terps lost the match 1-6. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

Maryland’s Kate Yemelyanenka hits the ball during her doubles match against James Madison. The Terps lost to the Dukes 4-1 on Feb. 22, 2020.

Maryland’s Ayana Akli and Kate Yemelyanenka after their doubles match against James Madison’s Daniela Voloh and Natalia Nikolopoulou on Feb. 22, 2020 in College Park. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

Maryland’s Vera Markovic prepares to hit the ball during her match against James Madison’s Kylie Moulin on Feb. 22, 2020. The match was unfinished in the second set.

Eva Alexandrova rallies against James Madison’s Jona Roka, winning the match 6-3, 6-2, and bringing Maryland its only win of the morning.

Ayana Akli hits the ball during her singles match against Mary Washington’s Rachel Summers. Akli won the match 6-0, 6-2 on Feb. 22, 2020.

Ayana Akli and Kate Yemelyanenka during their doubles match against Mary Washington’s Rachel Summers and Lauren Quinn. The match was left unfinished with a score of 5-2. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

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Eva Alexandrova serves during her singles match against Mary Washington’s Claire Coleman. Alexandrova won the match 6-0, 6-1 on Feb. 22, 2020. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

Eva Alexandrova and Zoe Kulkarni during their doubles match against Mary Washington’s Claire Coleman and Abby Moghtader. Maryland won the match 6-1. (Julia Nikhinson/The Diamondback)

While Vera Markovic’s singles match against Mary Washington’s Lauren Quinn was left unfinished in the second set, Markovic and doubles partner Joy Callwood won their doubles match against Rachel Cooper and Amanda Hagino 6-1.