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Nov. 5, 2003

Columbus, Ohio – Ohio State women’s tennis senior Erica Fisk (Indianapolis, Ind./ Pike), junior Jackie Leskovar (Cambridge, Ontario/ North Carolina State) and junior Emily DeCamilla (Sacramento, Calif./ Maryland) conclude the fall tournament season by traveling to Palm Springs, Calif., to compete in the Fall Desert Collegiate Classic Nov. 6-9.

Leskovar and Fisk will compete in both the 32-person singles draw and 16-team doubles draw, while DeCamilla will play only singles.

Fisk plays No. 7 seed Debie Larocque of Arizona, DeCamilla takes on Judy Devera of Southern California and Leskovar faces No. 3 seed Carine Vermuelen, also of Southern California, in first round matches in singles.

In doubles, Fisk and Leskovar square off against Bayani and Sauer of Southern California.

In their last time out, Fisk and Leskovar teamed in doubles at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich., where they advanced to the Round of 16. For the season, the duo sports a record of 4-2.

Also in Kalamazoo, each won first round matches in the singles draw. Fisk defeated Cassie Drake of Northern Illinois while Leskovar upset No. 66 ranked Michelle DaCosta of Michigan.

DeCamilla last played at the Cissie Leary Invitational in Philadelphia, Pa. She defeated Marti Morris of Furman in straight sets in her last match.