Army West Point Women's Tennis concluded its regular season against Boston University, facing challenges from both the weather and their opponents, resulting in a 4-0 loss to the Terriers.

By the Numbers
  • Army finished the regular season with a 17-9 record and a 5-2 Patriot League mark.
  • Key results from the match against Boston University included several unresolved singles matches due to the weather conditions.
State of Play
  • The team played their first outdoor match of the spring season at the Malek Tennis Courts, which was later moved indoors due to rain.
  • Jenna Sabile and Julia Kelly were close to a set win on Doubles Court No. 2 before play was halted.
  • The 2024 Patriot League Women's Tennis Championship is up next at the U.S. Naval Academy, with Army waiting for the tournament bracket to determine their first postseason opponent.
What's Next

Army will participate in the 2024 Patriot League Women's Tennis Championship at the U.S. Naval Academy, with a quarterfinal match expected on Friday against an opponent to be determined.

Bottom Line

Army West Point Women's Tennis concluded their regular season with a challenging match against Boston University, preparing now for the upcoming Patriot League Championship at the U.S. Naval Academy.