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Lumberjacks Look to Extend Big Sky Title Streak, Open Spring Season January 16
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (December 9, 2022) – Now on a run of three consecutive Big Sky Conference Tournament titles in addition to six straight regular season championships, the regular season for the Northern Arizona women’s tennis team is just about a month away.
David DiLucia Stepping Down As Albert G. Molloy Head Coach of Men’s Tennis At Penn
PHILADELPHIA – David DiLucia has decided to step down as the Albert G. Molloy Head Coach of Men’s Tennis at Penn at the conclusion of the fall semester for personal reasons. DiLucia was in his first year as the head coach at Penn after five seasons as an assistant coach.
Spring 2023 Illini Women’s Tennis Schedule Announced
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – Illinois women’s tennis is set for another challenging schedule as the Orange and Blue’s 2023 slate has been announced. The upcoming season features nine home matches for the Illini.
Men’s Tennis Signs Drew Hayward to 2023-24 Roster
MUNCIE, Ind. – Ball State men’s head tennis coach Bill Richards announced the signing of Texas native Andrew (Drew) Hayward (Spring Branch, Texas/Texas Connection Academy) to a national letter of Intent. Hayward will join the Cardinal family for the 2023-24 season.
Dancer Announces 2023 Schedule
Illinois men’s tennis head coach Brad Dancer has announced the full schedule for the 2023 spring season on Friday.
Women’s Tennis Announces 2023 Campaign
RADFORD, Va. – The Radford women’s tennis program announced Friday afternoon its 2023 schedule which includes eight home match ups as well as a host of exciting road contests. All dates and times are subject to change, so be sure to stay tuned to RadfordAthletics.com for all updates.
Hamza Khan C’20 Named Assistant Tennis Coach
SEWANEE, Tenn. – Announced by the University of the South tennis teams, Hamza Khan C’20 returns to the Domain to serve as an assistant coach with the men’s and women’s programs.
Balanced attack guides Lions over Rambelles
FORT SMITH, Ark. – University of Arkansas – Fort Smith Women’s Basketball used a hot start from behind the three-point line to down Angelo State, 65-63, Thursday at Gayle Kaundart Arena at the Stubblefield Center for its first Lone Star Conference win.
Avdeyev joins the ITA Regional Board
UTSA head tennis coach Sergey Avdeyev will represent the Texas region
Montana women finalize spring dual schedule
With a blanket of snow on the ground in Missoula, it may not feel like it, but the college tennis season is right around the corner.
Canadian star Myles Naylor aims to follow brothers to MLB
As a Texas Tech commit, Myles Naylor is on his way to becoming the next…
Tyree Weathersby takes tireless work ethic to Tennessee
Tyree Weathersby has been working for a life of football glory. The next step: seeing…
Devin Gardner set records as Michigan QB; Where is he now?
Former Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner is known for being a difference-maker on the football field.…
Kaleb Jackson hoping to bring national championship home to LSU
Liberty Magnet standout Kaleb Jackson has already proved he’s one of the top running backs…
Brett Gabbert transferring: 5 potential landing spots
Brett Gabbert, younger brother of NFL QB Blaine Gabbert, entered the transfer portal and is…