Middlebury College women's tennis player Victoria Aiello (Milton, Mass.) has earned All-American honors for the second straight season. The sophomore helped lead the team to the NCAA Regional finals, finishing the season with a 14-6 mark.
Three members of the Middlebury College women's tennis team were honored when the NESCAC announced its 2010 All-Conference teams. Sophomore Victoria Aiello (Milton, Mass.) was named to the first-team, while senior Jamie Haar (Alpine, N.J.) and first-year player Alexandra McAtee (Scarsdale, N.Y.) earned second-team honors.
The Middlebury women's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 5-1 loss in the NCAA Regional Finals to top-ranked Amherst The Panthers finish their season with a 14-6 mark.
Middlebury earned a 5-3 win over Bowdoin Saturday afternoon in an NCAA Tournament match-up at Amherst. The Polar Bears end their season at 10-8, while the Panthers improve to 14-5 and will take on Amherst Sunday at 1 p.m. with a spot in the national quarterfinals on the line.
The Middlebury College women's tennis team will make its seventh trip to the NCAA Tournament when they travel to Amherst for a regional from May 14-16. Middlebury will take on the winner of the Bowdoin/Castleton match on Saturday, May 15th at 1:00 p.m., while Amherst battles the winner of the Colby-Sawyer/Simmons contest at the same time. The winners meet in the regional final with a trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals on the line at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The Middlebury women's tennis team fell 5-1 to Williams in the semifinal round of the 2010 NESCAC Tournament at Amherst. The Panthers move to 13-5 on the season and are expected to receive an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.
The fourth-seeded Middlebury women's tennis team advanced past No. 5 seed Bowdoin in the Quarterfinal Round of the 2010 NESCAC Women's Tennis Championship at Amherst College. The Panthers improve to 13-4 on the year and will take on the top-seeded Ephs of Williams tomorrow morning at 9 a.m.
Middlebury College will look for its first NESCAC Championship this weekend when they take part in the 2010 NESCAC Women's Tennis Championship at Amherst this weekend in Amherst, Mass.
The 12th ranked Middlebury women's tennis team dropped a tough 5-4 match at second-ranked Amherst on Saturday, by a score of 5-4. The Jeffs improve to 15-2, 7-1, while the Panthers fall to 12-4, 4-3 in NESCAC play.
The Panther women's tennis team dropped its second straight NESCAC match, falling at home to #17 Tufts 6-3. Four singles matches featured tie-breakers, as the Jumbos were able to edge the #15 Panthers and emerge with the victory.
The Middlebury women's tennis team saw its seven-match winning streak come to an end as they fell 7-2 at #2 Williams for their first NESCAC loss of the season. The 15th-ranked Panthers took two of three doubles matches, as Jamie Haar and Alexandra McAtee earned an 8-6 win, and Brittany Faber and Leah Kepping were 8-1 winners.
The Panther women's tennis team improved their winning streak to seven matches with three victories at home this weekend. Middlebury opened with a hard-fought 6-3 win over #11 Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon.
The Middlebury women's tennis team moved to 9-1 on the year with three road wins, including a pair of NESCAC wins in Connecticut. The 15th-ranked Panthers cruised to a pair of wins, topping Wesleyan 9-0 and earning a 7-2 victory over Trinity. On Sunday, Middlebury picked up a 6-3 win over #23 The College of N.J. in a match played at Williams.
The Middlebury women's tennis team improved to 6-1 overall with an 8-1 road win at 24th ranked Skidmore. The 15th ranked Panthers were playing without several players in the line-up, but dropped only two sets in singles play.
The Panther women's tennis team went 3-1 in Florida on its annual spring break trip. Middlebury's doubles teams were solid all week long, earning a 10-2 mark overall. In singles play, first-year player Leah Kepping (Northport, N.Y.) went undefeated over the four matches.
The Middlebury College women's tennis team opened up its season with a pair of wins at home indoors. The 15th-ranked Panthers opened with a 7-2 win over #29 Brandeis, before topping Wellesley, 6-3.
The Middlebury women's tennis team enjoyed success at the recent NEWITT Championships in Massachusetts. The Panthers boasted more teams in the semifinal rounds than any other school competing at the tournament.
The Middlebury College women's tennis team hosted the third annual Gail Smith Doubles Tournament on campus. Thirty-three doubles teams from six different schools competed in the tournament, honoring long-time Middlebury coach and administrator Gail Smith. Women's duos from Amherst, Bowdoin, Connecticut College, Brandeis, Skidmore and Middlebury took part in the tournament, as well as some open duos.
The Middlebury College women's tennis team competed at the Eastern Championships hosted by Army. The tournament consisted of mostly Division I teams, with some Division II and III schools also competing. Several consolation-type brackets were also held, giving players a chance for a lot of quality match experience.
The Panther women's tennis team opened up its fall season at the New England Region Championships hosted by M.I.T. Middlebury turned in some impressive performances, including players winning the singles and doubles brackets in the back-draw.