The No. 10 Washington University women’s tennis team returned from Florida Saturday night with a fourth-place finish in the University Athletic Association Championships. Women’s tennis could be the most competitive sport in the UAA, with six of eight teams ranked in the top 25 nationally. Throw in the 80-degree heat and the humidity of Altamonte Springs, Fla.
One week after falling to conference and regional rival University of Chicago at the end of a busy weekend in Madison, Wis., the Washington University women’s tennis team came home and got some revenge—and, along with it, its biggest win of the spring season. The No. 10 Bears jumped out to a 2-1 lead over No.
Midwest Invitational loss to Chicago follows two strong wins against regional foes Denison and DePauw
The No. 13 Washington University women’s tennis team reached the championship of the Midwest Invitational before falling to No. 6 University of Chicago Saturday in Madison, Wis. The Bears dominated against Denison University and No.
Following up its spring break trip in California, the 12th-ranked Washington University women’s tennis team took on three ranked teams in Atlanta this past weekend and came away with two wins. After opening their weekend with a 6-3 win over No. 19 Sewanee University on Friday, the Bears played a doubleheader on Saturday, falling 5-0 to No.
After splitting the first two matches of its season, the No. 13 Washington University women’s tennis team took care of business on Saturday and completely dominated Rhodes College with a 9-0 win in its first home match of the season.
The 13th-ranked Washington University women’s tennis team opened its season with a split of two road matches, losing 5-4 to 10th-ranked DePauw University on Saturday before coming back the next morning and beating Case Western Reserve University, 7-2.
In the final event of its abbreviated early season, the Washington University women’s tennis team finished up the fall on a high note. The Bears faced off with players from several different Division III schools and ended the weekend with four singles players in the final 16 and one doubles pairing in the final eight.
Senior Natalie Tingir won her 100th college match to lift the No. 11 Washington University women’s tennis team to a 5-4 upset of No. 4 Carnegie Mellon University on Sunday. Tingir’s 2-6, 7-6 (1), 7-6 (5) triumph in No. 1 singles, the final match of the day, earned the Bears third place in the University Athletic Association Championships, held Friday through Sunday in Altamonte Springs, Fla.
The rubber match between the Washington University and DePauw women’s tennis teams did not go quite the way the Bears were hoping. Despite a good start in doubles, the No. 11 Bears were tripped up by No. 12 DePauw, dropping a 5-4 contest on Saturday morning at the Tao Tennis Center.
The No. 11 Washington University women’s tennis team’s three-match winning streak screeched to a halt Sunday with an 8-1 road loss to No. 6 University of Chicago. After attaining their highest national rank in head coach Kelly Stahlhuth’s seven-year tenure, the Bears defeated Case Western University 5-2 in Chicago on Friday.