Before the Tennis Indoor National Championship in Minnesota, Sports Editor Dorian Debose had the chance to sit down with captain J.J. Kroot to talk about tennis, basketball, camaraderie and movies.
It was a full weekend for Washington University athletics. From conference competition to regional competitions, the Bears were active both at home and around the country.
After an excellent spring invitational season, Washington University’s track and tennis teams will turn their attention towards their conference championships.
Playing its third match in three days, the No. 6 Washington University men’s tennis team swept local rival Principia College on Monday afternoon, and the No. 15 women’s team beat Division II University of Missouri-St. Louis, 5-2, on Wednesday afternoon,
The Washington University men’s and women’s tennis teams each took a split this weekend, defeating Case Western Reserve University Saturday, April 13 before falling to the University of Chicago on Sunday, April 14
The Washington University men’s tennis team continued its recent hot streak with a 9-0 sweep over the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire on Friday afternoon, while the women’s team came in third place at the Madison Invitational.
The end of February is always a hectic time for Washington University sports, as winter sports head into the business end of their seasons and spring sports begin to ramp things up. Track and field, men’s and women’s tennis and baseball were all in action. Here’s how the Bears fared in their travels.
The women’s tennis team won its only match, a Sunday showdown against DePauw University, 5-4. The men’s team also defeated DePauw on Sunday, sweeping them 9-0, but lost to Butler University and the University of Indianapolis the day before.
The Washington University men’s tennis team finished the fall phase of its 2018-19 season on a high note this weekend at the International Tennis Association Central Regionals, as sophomore Ethan Hillis made it to the tournament final and will face the University of Chicago’s Jeremy Yuan in the championship match Monday morning.
This weekend, four members of the Washington University men’s tennis team traveled to Newport, R.I., for the third annual Hall of Fame Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Grass Court Invitational. The four athletes, seniors Konrad Kozlowski and Radha Vishnubhotla, junior Bernardo Neves and sophomore Benjamin van der Sman, competed against players from Bowdoin College, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Colleges and Trinity University in a showdown of the nation’s best Division III tennis players.
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