On the final day of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoor Team National Championships, the fate of the No. 4 Washington University men’s tennis team rested on freshman Robin Engel.
In its first major action of the 2016-17 school year, the Washington University men’s tennis team posted a series of strong performances at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Regional this weekend.
The No. 3 Washington University men’s tennis team arrived at the ITA Indoor championship in Cleveland, Ohio, with a top seed and lofty expectations. Both were swiftly tempered after back-to-back upset losses to the host, No. 14 Case Western University 6-3 in the first round, and defending ITA champions, No. 8 Trinity University (Texas) 7-2 in the consolation bracket. The Bears did, however, avoid a last-place finish with a win against Kenyon College, 5-4.
The No. 3 Washington University men’s tennis team beat Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference favorite Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 8-1 in its first action of 2016 on Saturday at Kings Point Racquet Club in Belleville, Illinois.
The Washington University men’s tennis team served up a win in their season opener as they took down the Division II McKendree University Bearcats 8-1 on Saturday at Tao Tennis Center.
In a battle between top-five opponents, the No. 5 Washington University men’s tennis team lost its stranglehold on No. 2 Emory University and fell short of winning its third consecutive University Athletic Association championship.
A year after winning its first ITA Indoor championship, the Washington University men’s tennis team fell short of duplicating the result as it placed third in the 2015 tournament over the weekend in St. Peter, Minn.
In the Washington University men’s tennis team’s only tournament of the fall season, junior Tyler Kratky won six straight matches en route to a finals berth in the USTA/ITA Central Region Singles Championship in Indianapolis, Ind., this weekend. However, Kratky fell in straight sets to Nicolas Chua from the University of Chicago in the championship match.
The No. 2 Washington University men’s tennis team cruised through University Athletic Association competition en route to its second straight conference championship in Altamonte Springs, Fla., this weekend. The Red and Green’s opponents never won more than two matches in each round as the Bears topped ranked foes at each stage of the three-day tournament.
Men’s tennis Hoping to repeat as University Athletic Association champions, the No. 2 Washington University men’s tennis team is riding a six-match winning streak and a 16-2 overall record into this weekend’s UAA tournament in Altamonte Springs, Fla. The Bears begin the three-day tournament on Thursday against No.