For only the second time since 1990, the University Athletic Association men’s tennis trophy will leave Atlanta. With Sunday’s UAA championship match between No. 14 Washington University and No.
The No. 14 Washington University men’s tennis team closed out its regular season with a 6-3 win over Division II McKendree University on Saturday. The victory was the Bears’ 11th straight heading into University Athletic Association Championships this weekend and pushed the team’s record to 14-5. Wash. U. has not lost since March 15 against Division II No.
The No. 14 Washington University men’s tennis team extended its winning streak to nine with a trio of impressive wins over the weekend. After sweeping Missouri Baptist University without dropping a set, the No. 14 Bears defeated No. 29 University of Chicago 6-3 and No. 18 Gustavus Adolphus College 7-2. The three doubles matches against U.
An otherwise inconspicuous win on Saturday afternoon for the No. 14 Washington University men’s tennis team signified a landmark victory for its head coach. Roger Follmer picked up his 200th career win at Wash. U. as the team beat Division II No. 45 Rockhurst University 6-3 on Saturday before easily beating regional foe Wittenberg University 9-0 on Sunday.
Showing no signs of rust after 12 days without a match, the No. 14 Washington University men’s tennis team routed Webster University 9-0 Friday at the Tao Tennis Center. The Bears had not played since their spring break tournament in Hawaii, when they went 2-2 against four ranked schools.
The fourth-ranked Washington Unviersity men’s tennis team picked up its first win of the spring season with a 5-4 victory over Division II No. 28 Southwest Baptist University on Saturday afternoon at King’s Point Racquet Club in Belleville, Ill. The breakdown of results was very similar to the team’s season-opening loss to Drury University the previous weekend.
The Washington University men’s tennis team’s first match of the spring season ended in a bit of a setback as the Bears lost a 5-4 contest to Division II Drury University on Saturday evening at the Creve Coeur Racquet Club. It was the Bears’ first home loss in nearly two years with the last being a 5-4 loss to the University of Chicago on April 2, 2011.
Coming off an 18-8 season and a trip to the NCAA Division III Final Four for the fifth straight season, the Washington University men’s tennis team returns to action on Saturday against Division II Drury University. The Bears begin the season ranked No. 4 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division III top-30 poll.
As senior Adam Putterman cruised through the field of 128 to claim his second consecutive USTA/ITA Central Regional singles title Monday, he solidified his place as the crown jewel of the Washington University’s men’s tennis program. The Bears competed in a four-day tournament at Wabash University in Indianapolis, Ind.
Before May 21, 2012, the top-ranked Amherst College men’s tennis team—the defending national champion—had gone its entire 2011-12 campaign without getting swept in doubles by another Division III program. The Washington University men’s tennis team changed that and picked up its biggest win since its national championship victory in 2008.