The Armstrong Atlantic State Lady Pirates won their second straight NCAA Division II women's tennis national championship on Saturday in Orlando, avenging their only loss of the season in the process as they downed Lynn 5-2.
The No. 3-ranked Armstrong Atlantic State women's tennis squad is back in the NCAA Division II National Championship match for a 10th time in school history after Friday afternoon's 5-1 win over No. 4 Valdosta State at Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Armstrong Atlantic State's Sona Novakova was named the national Rookie of the Year while both her head coach and assistant coach also received national awards from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) at a banquet in Sanlando Springs, Fla., on the eve of the national championships.
The No. 3-ranked Armstrong Atlantic State women's tennis squad captured the NCAA Division II Women's Tennis Southeast Region final with a 5-0 victory over No 11-ranked Clayton State on Saturday morning in Savannah.
Sophomore Jitka Gavdunova rallied from a set down to win the deciding singles match at No.3 and give seventh-ranked Francis Marion University a 5-4 win over eighth-ranked Columbus State University, Saturday afternoon (May 9) in the championship match of the NCAA Division II Womens Tennis Southeast Regional in Florence, S.C.
The No. 11-ranked Clayton State Lady Lakers advanced to the 2009 NCAA Division II Women's Tennis Southeast Region final with a 5-1 victory over No. 19 Augusta State on Friday afternoon at the AASU Tennis Complex in Savannah.
The No. 3-ranked and defending DII national champion Armstrong Atlantic State women's tennis team opened NCAA play successfully with a 5-0 victory over Carson-Newman in second-round action at the 2009 NCAA DII Women's Tennis Southeast Regional on Friday morning in Savannah.
Seventh-ranked Francis Marion University lost only four games in sweeping the three doubles matches and the Patriots went on to a 5-0 win over 36th-ranked Erskine College, Friday morning (May 8) in a semifinal match at the NCAA Division II Womens Tennis Southeast Regional in Florence, S.C.
UNCP tennis head coach Robin Langley announced an addition to her 2009-10 roster on Wednesday afternoon as Toronto native Maddy DiNunzio inked her name to a national letter of intent to continue her playing career with the Braves.
The Armstrong Atlantic State women's tennis team survived a four and a half hour rain delay, a venue change and a 2-1 doubles deficit to come from behind and pick up its sixth straight Peach Belt Conference women's tennis title with a 5-3 victory over Francis Marion on Sunday at the Racquet Club of the South in Norcross, Ga.
AUGUSTA , GA The Peach Belt Conference has announced its 2009 womens tennis preseason All-Conference team from the league office in Augusta, Ga.. Six players were named to the team, which is administered and voted on by the leagues Sports Information Directors.