All but one of Washington’s entrants at the NCAA singles championship Wednesday morning started off on positive notes, but each of the remaining Huskies saw their seasons come to a close Thursday.
After an unexpected trip to Cheney on Monday, the Washington men’s tennis team is right back at it as they travel down to California this weekend to take on No. 31 California and No. 4 Stanford.
With senior day festivities wrapped up and the home slate in the rearview mirror, the Washington men’s tennis team will turn its attention to No. 35 Utah as it takes on the Utes (19-4, 2-2 Pac-12) on Friday in the lone match of the weekend.
The Washington men’s tennis team were unable to close out Arizona State this afternoon as they lost a heartbreaking 4-3 match to close out the home schedule.
After a tough weekend with two 4-3 losses, the Washington men’s tennis team is trying to get back on track as they welcome Arizona and Arizona State to Seattle this weekend.
The Washington men’s tennis team battled in a back and forth affair against their rival from Eugene but were ultimately unable to close it out as Oregon won 4-3.
With classes back in session at the UW, students are adjusting to their new schedules and getting back into the groove of things. This includes the players for the men’s tennis team.
With classes, all wrapped up the Washington men’s tennis team (8-7) is about to embark on the first road trip of the season down to San Diego to face off against the No. 48 Toreros from the University of San Diego (6-6) and the Aztecs of San Diego State (2-12).
The Washington men’s tennis team played its first match outside this afternoon, losing to No. 4 UCLA (15-2, 2-0) 4-1 to drop to 8-7 on the season and 0-2 in the first weekend of Pac-12 play.
The Washington men’s tennis team host two top-20 teams to kick off Pac-12 play this weekend when No. 13 USC and No. 4 UCLA come to Seattle.
Coming off a win over Seattle U, the newly ranked No. 47 Huskies (7-4) will look to close out nonconference play on a strong note this weekend against No. 33 Minnesota (6-3) and Portland State (6-4).
After hosting the ITA Indoor Championships, in which the Washington men’s tennis team went 0-3, the Huskies (6-4) are trying to balance looking back at the tournament and preparing for a matchup against crosstown opponent Seattle.
This weekend is a monumental one for tennis in the Pacific Northwest, as the UW hosts the ITA Indoor National Championships for the first time since 2013.
The Washington men’s tennis team will play consecutive days for the first time this season as it faces off against Pepperdine Friday at 4 p.m. and Princeton Saturday at 3 p.m.
This Saturday will mark the start of the regular season for the UW men’s tennis season as they host Eastern Washington at 3 p.m. It will be the 24th season opener for head coach Matt Anger at Washington.
The fall season is normally the time for Washington’s tennis teams to get back into practice and build up their skills for the next year. For the women’s team’s sole freshman, Vanessa Wong, practice has already paid off as she beat out many experienced players at the Jack Kramer Club Invitat…
The Washington men and women’s tennis teams are will play in the Jack Kramer Club Invitational this weekend Nov. 3-5 in California. For both teams the competition will be the last of the 2016-17 season, and players will not return to the courts until the new season begins in January with reg…
Over the weekend the Washington men’s tennis team competed in the ITA Regional Championships in Stockton, California where over a hundred players met in one main draw for the tournament’s title. Several UW players took part across the singles and doubles matches, including sophomore Amit Bat…
The Washington men’s tennis team is heading to the ITA Regional Championships in California over the weekend where several players will compete in a single draw for a spot at the top. The majority of the players attending already had their first competition of the fall earlier this month at …