Women’s Tennis

Women’s tennis opens season with a win

The win brought the Bears to a perfect 1-0 start under second-year coach Paige Madara.

| Contributing Writer

Women’s tennis falls in NCAA tournament Sweet 16

The team finished the year with an 9-4 record, with an eight-game win streak in the middle of the season.

| Senior Sports Editor

‘I think we have a pretty good shot to win the whole thing’: Men’s tennis wins big against Principia

The team is nearing the end of the regular season, and they have high hopes for the postseason.

and | Contributing Reporter and Senior Sports Editor

After long wait, track and field opens season with home win, while women’s tennis and golf keep on rolling

The Washington University track and field team had not competed in person in over a year before this weekend’s meet. But they made the best of it, winning the meet to get the season started after numerous pauses due to COVID-19 restrictions.

and | Staff Reporters

Back on friendly courts, tennis teams each improve to 2-1

The Washington University tennis teams encountered success this weekend, as both the men and women beat DePauw University in Forest Park on Saturday afternoon and the men defeated Maryville University at home at the Tao Tennis Center Monday.

and | Associate Editor and Senior Sports Editor

As tennis season heats up, what’s it like to be competing again?

Across her first two seasons on the Washington University women’s tennis team, junior Hannah Johnston posted a 6-1 record in singles. Now, after winning her first match of the year in the Bears’ victory over Northern Iowa last Saturday, she’s looking to add to that record.

| Senior Sports Editor

With victory over Division I University of Northern Iowa, Madara secures first victory as head coach

With the win, the Bears improved to 1-1 on the season.

| Associate Editor

Once a bear, always a bear: Madara returns

“When someone is a student of the game and has expertise and enthusiasm, that’s a scary combination,” Director of Athletics Anthony Azama said.

Clara Richards | Contributing Reporter

WU hires recent alum Paige Madara as next women’s tennis coach

Madara, who played for the Bears from 2009-2013 before serving as an assistant coach from 2013-2015, will replace Kelly Stahlhuth, who resigned in July after 15 seasons leading the team.

| Associate Editor

After Stahlhuth resigns, women’s tennis looks for someone to continue her legacy

Women’s tennis players have worked this summer to find a replacement for head coach Kelly Stahlhuth, who resigned in July.

| Associate Editor

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