The seventh-seeded Washington University women’s tennis team battled to a fifth-place finish in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoor Championship Friday through Saturday at DePauw University.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Sophomore Grace Deering and senior Jamie Silverberg upset the second-ranked doubles team in Division III, but the rest of the Washington University women’s tennis team was unable to do the same on Saturday.
After battling through wind, low temperatures and some of the best athletes the Midwest had to offer, junior Rebecca Ho and senior Aly Coran captured the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Region Doubles Championship for the Washington University women’s tennis team.
Battling through the Florida rain and heat, the No. 11 Washington University women’s tennis team placed third for the second consecutive season at the University Athletic Association Championships from Thursday-Saturday in Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Washington University’s No. 11 women’s tennis team defeated No. 14 DePauw University, No. 15 University of Chicago and No. 30 Denison College over two days to win the Madison Invitational Championship on Saturday as junior Jamie Silverberg won five of her six her matches to exceed 100 career wins.
Following a routine victory in the quarterfinals, the No. 8 Washington University women’s tennis team dropped two close matches against ranked opponents to finish in fourth place at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s (ITA) Division III indoor tournament.
After losing its season openers the past two seasons, the No. 8 Washington University women’s tennis team made sure it began this season on the right track.
Sophomore Rebecca Ho of the Washington University women’s tennis team won two of three matches to capture fifth place at the 2014 USTA/ITA National Small College Championships at the Palmetto Tennis Center in Sumter, S.C., this past weekend.
Sophomore Rebecca Ho of the Washington University women’s tennis team won seven matches from Friday through Monday to capture the tournament title in the USTA/ITA Central Regional Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich.
In its final tournament before the NCAA Championships, the No. 9 Washington University women’s tennis team bounced back from a loss in the conference semifinals with a spirited performance to earn third place in the University Athletic Association Championships in Altamonte Springs, Fla. The Bears cruised past No.