Women’s Tennis Stays Perfect Against MIT

By Emma McDonald

March 19, 2014

The sixth-ranked Middlebury women’s tennis team grabbed another home win this weekend before its spring break trip in California, beating 17th-ranked MIT 7-2. Middlebury started off the match strong with doubles wins by pairs Alexandra Fields ’17 and Jennifer Sundstrom ’17 and Lauren Amos ’16...

Tennis Opens Spring Play with Strong Weekend

By Emma McDonald

March 12, 2014

The Middlebury men’s and women’s tennis teams started off the spring season strong on Saturday, March 8 with wins against Colby and Brandeis. The men’s team first defeated Colby 8-1, while the women shut out Colby 9-0. Later in the afternoon, the men blew past Brandeis 8-1, and that night the women...

Men’s Doubles Team, Gerger Impress at ITA Regionals

By Stephen Etna

October 2, 2013

Competing in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Championships, the men’s and women’s tennis teams faced some of the best players in New England from Friday, Sept. 27 to Sunday, Sept. 29. While the weekend had no bearing on the team’s standing, many Panthers rose to the challenge in...

Tennis Opens with Strong Start to Fall Play

By Stephen Etna

September 18, 2013

The Middlebury men’s tennis team hosted the Middlebury Invitational on Saturday Sept. 14 and Sunday Sept. 15, drawing competitors such as NESCAC foes Trinity, Bates, Wesleyan and Tufts, while the women’s team traveled to Williams for the Lindsay Morehouse Invitational. The men posted a strong...

Women’s Tennis Falls to Amherst in NESCAC Semifinals

By Courtney Mountifield

May 8, 2013

The Middlebury women’s tennis team took part in the NESCAC tournament this past weekend, May 3 and 4, at Amherst College. The team competed against Tufts in the quarterfinals on Friday, May 3, and came out on top by a score of 5-1. With the win over the Jumbos, they advanced to the semifinals on Saturday,...

Women’s Tennis Unable to Clinch Win

Women’s Tennis Unable to Clinch Win

By Courtney Mountifield

May 1, 2013

  The Middlebury women’s tennis team welcomed a pair of nationally ranked teams this past weekend, including 19th-ranked Skidmore and top-ranked Amherst. They came away with one win, relentlessly defeating Skidmore 9-0 on Saturday, April 27, but suffered a marginal loss of 5-4 to the Amherst...

Women’s Tennis Team Blows by Jumbos

By Courtney Mountifield

April 24, 2013

Security concerns following the marathon bombings in Boston forced the Middlebury women’s tennis team to cancel its match against MIT and postpone another against Tufts to Sunday, April 21. The Panthers ultimately defeated the Jumbos 7-2, improving their record to 9-4 overall. “While we had...

Women’s Tennis Splits Pair Against Conference Foes Bowdoin and Colby

By Courtney Mountifield

April 17, 2013

  The third-ranked women’s tennis team traveled to Maine April 13 and 14 to take on NESCAC foes Bowdoin and Colby, falling just short against the Polar Bears on Saturday before returning to   rout the Mules in nearby Waterville the following day. The first match of the weekend was a significant...

Women’s Tennis Falls to Emory, Bounces Back Against Wesleyan

By Courtney Mountifield

April 10, 2013

The Middlebury women’s tennis team’s rise to the top seems even more clear after an 8-3 start to the season. After the team won three of its five matches during its trip to California over the spring recess, the Panthers split a pair of home matches against third-ranked Emory and NESCAC foe Wesleyan,...

Women’s Tennis Opens With Three Wins

By Courtney Mountifield

March 13, 2013

For the first time since last May, the Middlebury women’s tennis team was able to experience the thrill of a dual match. Head coach Mike Morgan wanted a strong start to the season, and he got his wish as his team took all three matches this weekend as the Panthers dominated their opponents with final...

Women’s Tennis Hosts Final Fall Matches

By Tom Clayton

October 24, 2012

The Middlebury women’s tennis team hosted a group of Division I programs at the Panther Team Cup this weekend. Underclass duo Lok Sze Leung ’15 and Ria Gerger ’16 defeated Marissa Aviles and Maria Bernandez from Providence College 2-0 in the finals. The tournament worked in an unusual format...

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