Players from Coppin State University, George Mason University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, Howard University, University of Maryland, Morgan State University, University of Richmond, and Towson University competed outside on Friday before the event moved indoors for Saturday and Sunday play.
Finalists in each Flight earned plaques for their strong performances, while everyone received credentials and event T-shirts to remember the event.
The University of Maryland was well-represented with three players competing in singles finals and one team qualifying for a doubles final.
Mary Brumfield topped Jojo Bach 7-5, 6-2 in a battle of Terp teammates in the Flight B singles final.
In the Flight A singles final, Maryland’s Mino Miranda lost a nailbiter to 2021 Flight A singles finalist Stella Wiesemann of George Washington, 6-7, 6-4, 10-8.
Miranda partnered with Bach and fell in a tightly-contested 6-3 Flight A doubles championship match to Wiesemann and Gabriela Giraldo of George Washington.
Maryland sophomore and JTCC alumna Kallista Liu placed third in the Flight A Doubles draw. Liu partnered with fellow sophomore Francesca Feodorov, and the second-year duo earned a 6-3 victory over Andrea Campodonico and Marta Buendia of Richmond.
JTCC alumna and Morgan State freshman Lauryn Hall earned a plaque for her efforts in making the Flight B doubles draw final.
Throughout the three-day event, players enjoyed breakfast, lunch, and dinner served daily at JTCC.
The Bedford Cup continues to be supported through the charitable donations of the Edward T. Bedford Foundation. JTCC looks forward to hosting the event in 2023!