It was a mixed weekend for the Washington University women’s tennis team, who traveled to Murfreesboro, Tenn. to compete in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Team Indoor Championships.
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.
From an early age, Washington University senior Corinne Rauck knew she wanted to play Division III tennis. Rauck has been passionate about the sport for years, and tying together with her love of medicine, she knew exactly where she wanted to be. “I’ve known since I was little that I wanted to be a physician, so I thought that Division III was the way to go for me.
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.
The No. 17 Washington University women’s tennis team (12-3) traveled to Madison, Wis., for the 2011 Midwest Invitational as the fifth seed and finished in third place overall with victories over No. 11 Gustavus Adolphus College and No. 14 DePauw University. The team’s only loss came to No. 3 University of Chicago.
The Washington University women’s tennis team defeated Kalamazoo College 8-1 on Saturday in Belleville, Ill. to improve to 3-1 on the season. The No. 16 Bears swept the three doubles matches against the Hornets and then took five of the six singles contests in straight sets.
One week after losing all but one game to the University of Chicago, the No. 16 Washington University women’s tennis team bounced back over the weekend with a 9-0 sweep of the University of Southern Indiana, a NCAA Division-II team.
The home-court advantage of the Dwight Davis and Tao Tennis Centers offered no help to the Washington University women’s tennis team at the 2010 United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division III Women’s Tennis Central Regional on Oct. 1-4.
The No. 14 Washington University women’s tennis team completed the regular season with an 8-1 victory over No. 26 Coe College on Saturday.
The No. 15 Washington University women’s tennis team provided ample evidence that the University Athletic Association is one of the toughest conferences in Division III, with some hard fought battles.