Aly Coran

Seeing Double: Women’s tennis advance 2 pairs to final round

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.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s tennis wins two conference bouts leading up to UAAs

Powering through 20-plus mile-per-hour winds and a match cancellation due to rain, the Washington University women’s tennis team picked up wins over Case Western Reserve University and the No. 12 University of Chicago in a series of matches over the weekend.

| Contributing Reporter

Women’s tennis finishes fourth in UAA

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.

| Editor-in-Chief

Women’s tennis dominates Rhodes College in a 9-0 sweep

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.

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