Washington College women’s tennis student-athletes Ella Samer and Irene Meng competed in the Championship Draws of both singles and doubles at the ITA Southeast Regional Championships, hosted by Mary Washington, yesterday and today. Meng picked up a consolation win in singles play.
The Washington College women’s tennis team competed at the Swarthmore Invitational, hosted by Swarthmore College, yesterday and today. The Shorewomen went 10-6 in singles and 5-4 in doubles at the tournament, playing against student-athletes from Swarthmore, Haverford, and La Salle.
Three Washington College tennis student-athletes have been named 2019 All-Academic Scholar-Athletes by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). Rising junior Ella Samer and recently graduated Mariah Thomas of the women's tennis team received the honor, as did rising junior Koby Bonta of the men's tennis team.
Sophomore Ella Samer has been named Academic All-Centennial Conference and is one of two student-athletes from the Washington College women’s tennis team to have qualified for the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for spring sports.
Washington College sophomore Ella Samer and freshman Alisha White have been named All-Centennial Conference in a vote conducted by the conference's 11 women's tennis head coaches. Samer was named to the second team for singles and joined White in picking up honorable mention in doubles. In addition, senior Hayley Sanchez was named to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team.
The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2018-19 academic year. Team Most Valuable Players and Most Improved Players were named, and several special departmental awards were presented as well.
Visiting #14 Johns Hopkins, ranked third in the Atlantic South Region, captured a 9-0 win over host Washington College at Schottland Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon in Centennial Conference women’s tennis action. It was the season finale for the Shorewomen.
The visiting Washington College men’s tennis fell to host Dickinson 6-1 at Hays Tennis Courts on Thursday afternoon in Centennial Conference men’s tennis action. Two matches were unfinished as the two teams played to decision.
The Washington College women’s tennis team traveled to Dickinson and came away with a 5-2 victory at Hays Tennis Courts on Thursday afternoon in Centennial Conference women’s tennis action. Two matches went unfinished as the two teams played to decision.
Despite having just five players available for the match, visiting Washington College easily cruised to a 7-2 win over host McDaniel in a Centennial Conference women’s tennis match today in Westminster, Md.
Tomorrow's scheduled men's and women's tennis matches between host Dickinson College and visiting Washington College have been postponed and rescheduled for Thursday, April 25th, with a start time of 4 p.m. To accommodate that change, Thursday's scheduled non-conference matches between host Washington College and visiting Salisbury have been canceled.
Visiting Haverford College, ranked 13th in the Atlantic South region, defeated hosted Washington College, 6-3, in a Centennial Conference women’s tennis match this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
The Swarthmore College women’s tennis team, ranked 25th in Division III and seventh in the Atlantic South Region, had to win at the top two spots in singles in three sets to defeat host Washington College, 6-3, in a Centennial Conference match this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center. The Garnet played the match with only five players, defaulting at No. 3 doubles and No. 6 singles to give the Shorewomen an immediate 2-0 lead.
Visiting Gettysburg College won the final three singles matches to finish to post a 5-4 Centennial Conference women’s tennis victory over host Washington College this afternoon at Schottland Tennis Center.
Visiting Washington College dominated the middle of the lineup en route to a 5-4 Centennial Conference women’s tennis win over host Bryn Mawr this afternoon. The Shorewomen remained unbeaten in Centennial Conference play at 3-0 with the win and also improved to 5-3 overall. The Owls slipped to 7-7 and 1-3 with the loss.
Freshman tennis player Alisha White is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. White went 2-0 in both No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles as the Shorewomen won their first two conference matches of the season.
The host Washington College women’s tennis team picked up its second win of the season today, topping visiting Immaculata, 7-2, this afternoon in a non-conference match played inside the Johnson Fitness Center.
LeTourneau University won all three doubles matches and four of the six singles matches en route to a 7-2 non-conference women’s tennis victory over Washington College today at Chaplin Park Tennis Center in Hilton Head, S.C.
The Washington College men's and women's tennis teams will host Goucher College tomorrow (Friday, March 8th) inside the Johnson Fitness Center. Due to playing indoors on four courts (rather than outdoors on eight), start times have been adjusted.
With the top three players from last spring’s singles line-up having graduated in May, the Washington College women’s tennis team will have a different look this spring as the Shorewomen pursue their fifth consecutive Centennial Conference Tournament berth.