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 narrowly missing out on making the team tournament, Washington is sending a few individual participants to the NCAA men’s and women’s singles and doubles tournament at Wake Forest.
Coming off a crucial win over rival Washington State the No. 43 Washington women’s tennis team will turn its attention to the Pac-12 tennis Championships starting this week in Ojai, Calif.
The No. 49 Washington women’s tennis team battled No. 40 Washington State (20-6, 5-5 Pac-12) and the elements on its way to a 5-2 win to wrap up the regular season on Senior Day.
As Senior Day approaches, the Washington women’s tennis team is balancing excitement around the festivities with preparation for a crucial match against rival No. 40 Washington State.
The Huskies (14-10, 4-5 Pac-12) battled against a tough Stanford team but were unable to hand the Cardinal (14-3, 8-0 Pac-12) its first Pac-12 loss as Washington lost 4-2.
The Washington women’s tennis team is coming off its last road trip of the season where they split the weekend with a win over Arizona. The win in Tucson was the Huskies first true road win of the season and kept their hot streak going.
The No. 50 Washington women’s tennis team was unable to ride the wave it had been on as the UW had its three-match winning streak snapped down in Tempe against No. 39 Arizona State with a 4-0 loss.
The No. 50 Washington women’s tennis team traveled down to Tucson and picked up a huge win over Arizona to open up their road trip, 4-1. It is the Huskies first true road win this season, and third straight conference win.
Going down to Arizona, the Washington women’s tennis team will look to close out its road season on a high note after picking up two big wins last weekend in Colorado and Utah, respectively.
The Washington women’s tennis team opened up its road trip in sunny California against No. 41 USC in a battle that went down to the wire. Ultimately Washington was unable to put away the Trojans and fell 4-3.
With spring officially underway, people are spending time outside enjoying the weather, including the No. 47 Washington women's tennis team, which played its first outdoor action this past weekend against Seattle U.
The Washington women's tennis team bounced back in its last non-conference matches of the regular season to move to 10-6 on the season, beating Idaho 5-2 and Seattle U 7-0.
After a much-needed break, the No. 33 Washington women’s tennis team returns to action this weekend as they travel down to Eugene to open up Pac-12 play against No. 21 Oregon (9-3).
The Washington women's tennis team returned home to face Baylor and Portland State. The Huskies (8-5) fell 4-1 to the Bears to start the day, but they were perfect against the Vikings, winning 7-0.
The No. 32 Washington women’s tennis team returns to the Nordstrom Tennis Center on Sunday against Baylor and Portland State after two tough 4-3 losses last weekend on the road to No. 24 Northwestern and No. 5 Illinois, respectively. Both matches last weekend came down to the final singles m…
The No. 22 Washington women’s tennis team faced another ranked foe as it faced off against No. 24 Illinois. The Huskies lost 4-3 to drop their record to 7-4 on the season. This is the second straight 4-3 loss by UW after falling to Northwestern yesterday by the same score.
The No. 22 Washington women’s tennis team opened up their Illinois road trip with a heartbreaking 4-3 loss against Northwestern to fall to 7-3 on the season.
The No. 22 Washington women’s tennis team will head to the Windy City this weekend to face Northwestern Saturday at 9 a.m. PST followed by a tough matchup against No. 24 Illinois at 10 a.m. PST.
This will be an action-packed weekend for the No. 24 Washington women’s tennis team. It faces a tough Alabama team, which Washington defeated 4-3 last season, and a doubleheader on Sunday against Portland and Eastern Washington.
The women’s tennis team will return home to face Fresno State Friday and Denver Sunday, after an encouraging weekend at the ITA Kick-off. The Huskies upset No. 20 LSU 4-3 and kept it close with No. 9 Duke before ultimately falling 4-2.
In its first home match of the season, the Washington women’s tennis team fell 4-1 to No. 8 Texas Tech. The final two matches were not completed because the Red Raiders had already clinched the match.
Tennis season is probably the last thing you think of as you trek along the rainy streets of Seattle. That will change this week as the UW women’s tennis team heads to Honolulu to face Hawaii on Friday.
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…
On Sunday, Washington women’s tennis team wrapped up three days of competition at the Kansas Invitational, in what was a weekend full of tough matchups for the players. Overall the team came out 6-12 in singles and 5-4 in doubles.
In its second tournament of the fall season, the Washington women’s tennis team will be heading to Lawrence, Kansas, for the Kansas Invitational to be held from Oct. 27-29. Several players are still out as they recover from injuries, but among the players attending will be those who competed…
This weekend, the Washington women’s tennis team played a series of doubles and singles matches against the University of Portland, University of Oregon, and University of Arkansas on Washington’s home courts at the Husky Invite. It may still only be the fall but the team approached every ga…
Two weeks after the Washington women’s tennis team captured several wins during the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships in California, the Huskies will return to their home court this weekend to host the Husky Invite at the Bill Quillian Tennis Stadium.
Sophomore Stacey Fung advanced to the second round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championships bracket after defeating UNLV senior Carol Zi Yang on Wednesday in a two-set upset at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex at the University of Georgia.
Sophomore Stacey Fung was selected in the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championships bracket on Tuesday, earning a matchup against UNLV senior Carol Zi Yang. The Vancouver, B.C. native claimed the win over Yang in a two-set match at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, advancing her to the second r…
Both the Washington women’s and men’s tennis teams were selected to compete in the NCAA Championships in an unexpected turn of events over the weekend. Both teams open up regional play this weekend.