TENNIS: Women’s team wins, men fall
This past weekend proved to be one of the most eventful yet for Yale’s tennis squads, as they took on Ivy League rival Dartmouth and bitter nemesis Harvard.
TENNIS: Bulldogs start Ivy season
Yale tennis kicked off Ivy League play this weekend, as both Bulldog teams took on Princeton and Penn to begin their respective quests for the Ivy League crown.
TENNIS: Elis split weekend on the road
The weekend proved eventful for Yale tennis as the women’s squad traveled down to Williamsburg to take on Rice and the College of William & Mary.
Tennis gears up for weekend clash
Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams are riding winning streaks into what promises to be an exciting weekend of competition for the two squads.
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WOMEN’S TENNIS: Bulldogs set for regionals
The Yale women’s tennis team will participate in the ITA Northeast Regional Championship, a five-day, singles and doubles tournament beginning on Friday and hosted by Harvard University. The tournament will feature universities from across the Northeast, including a number of Ivy League opponents. Unlike the Bulldog Invitational that Yale hosted on Oct. 4, the ITA »
WOMEN’S TENNIS: Sullivan is king of the court
Annie Sullivan ’14 is one of the main reasons that Yale has won three straight Ivy League women’s tennis titles. Entering her final season on the squad, Sullivan, who is now the team’s captain, stands in a unique position as the Elis’ only senior — and the team’s most vocal leader both on and off »