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Women’s Tennis Splits Weekend at Home

Grace Despres, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2020

The weekend of Feb. 22 and 23 brought two opportunities for the Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team to improve their 3-2 record. The first match was against the fierce competition of the No. 7-ranked Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) on Saturday, Feb. 22. The second, a match against...

Women’s tennis has strong performance on the road

Women’s tennis wins two weekend matches.

Grace Despres, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2020

The women’s tennis team of Case Western Reserve University had a full Valentine’s Day weekend, with a game on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Spartans were on the road all three games, traveling to Holland, Michigan last Friday to play the 28th ranked Hope College, followed by a match against the...

First-year tennis player thanks the team for making her transition to college easier

First-year tennis player thanks the team for making her transition to college easier

Medha Nayak, Sports Editor

January 23, 2020

Cristina Hoog, who goes by Nina, is a first-year tennis player on the Case Western Reserve University tennis team. Academically, Hoog plans to major in biomedical engineering. While she says that playing on the tennis team is challenging in terms of time management, she also believes that it has been...

Women’s tennis leads the way at the ITA Regionals

Medha Nayak, Sports Editor

October 4, 2019

Case Western Reserve University’s women’s tennis team competed at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division III Central Regional Championships from Sept.19 to Sept. 21. The tournament took place in Kalamazoo, Michigan. On the first day of the tournament, both doubles teams moved to the next ...

The women’s team perseveres

Medha Nayak

September 20, 2019

This weekend, the women’s tennis team faced very tough competition at the Kenyon Invitational at Kenyon College. The Spartans played top-ranked Division III teams in Gambier, Ohio. The women’s tennis team finished with a doubles record of 6-3 and a singles score of 19-13. Third-year Trisha Sun...

Women’s Tennis Bounces into their First Game of the Season

Medha Nayak, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2019

The Case Western Reserve women’s tennis team hit off their season at the Oberlin Invitational. This tournament lasted three days, from Friday, Sept. 6 to Sunday, Sept. 8, and took place in Oberlin, Ohio.  In the 2018-2019 season, the women's tennis team placed seventh at the University Athletic Asso...

Second-year tennis player cherishes the great times

Nicholas Kamlet, Staff Reporter

August 23, 2019

Eliza Georgiades is a second-year tennis player on the Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team. Georgiades gained valuable experience as a first-year player, even while going 4-9 in single matches, and she looks to improve on those totals next season. She loves the feeling of being com...

Second-year tennis player discusses interests and extracurriculars

Second-year tennis player discusses interests and extracurriculars

Nicholas Kamlet, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2019

Madeleine Paolucci is a second-year tennis player on the Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team. In only her first year, she was ranked tenth in Division III doubles with partner Nithya Kanagasegar, and finished 16-11 in singles. When she is not playing tennis, she is an active member of Pi ...

Tennis falls to ranked opponents

Second-year Spartan Matthew Chen maintains focus while competing at Carlton Courts.

Claire Nordt, Sports Editor

April 19, 2019

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Illinois last weekend to face Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) and the University of Chicago. The competition proved stiff;  both teams suffered a pair of losses. The men’s team started the weekend with the match against No. 6 WashU. T...

Women’s tennis bounces back with winning weekend

Claire Nordt, Sports Editor

April 12, 2019

The Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team faced Oberlin College last weekend on the Carlton Courts. The home court advantage proved useful, as the Spartans bested their opponents 7-2. The day began with doubles matches. CWRU played well, winning two of the three matches. The first...

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