For the seventh time in the last 11 NCAA DII women's tennis championships, Barry has won the national championship, as the Buccaneers defeated Central Oklahoma 4-1 on Saturday morning.
Central Oklahoma started the championship match by winning the doubles point after taking two of the three doubles matches — just the second time all season Barry lost the doubles point — but Barry stormed back. Barry's Kim Moosbacher defeated Blythe Buntrock 6-1, 6-1 to even the match 1-1.
Then Moosbacher's teammate Daniela Farfan defeated Tizia Brocks 6-0, 6-2 and Jil Engelmann defeated Christine Canete 6-4, 6-1 to put the Buccaneers ahead 3-1 and to bring Barry on the precipice of yet another national championship.
In the No. 4 singles match, Barry's Madeline Bosnjak clinched the national championship with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Central Oklahoma's Grace Chadick, giving Barry a 4-1 win in the championship.
Setting aside the 2020 national championship that was canceled due to COVID-19, Barry has now won five consecutive national championships, dating back to 2017. In those five championship wins, Barry has allowed its opponents to win just three total points.