With 5C athletic facilities re-opening, Averi Sullivan PO ’23 returned to campus to visit work out at the Pauley Tennis Complex.
Skyler Butts CM ’16 interviews professional athletes who come from DIII collegiate backgrounds, hoping to break DIII stigma.
Three months out from the spring semester, there’s still a lot up in the air — including whether student-athletes will be able to resume competition.
The Sagehen men’s tennis team is focused on the fundamentals, such as improving doubles play and their technique.
Despite being a national powerhouse over the past few years, the P-P women’s tennis team has struggled to get past their Sixth Street rivals.
Fresh off of last year’s 5-4 heartbreak against Wesleyan, Athena tennis is hungry to repeat their 2018 national championship campaign.
Many 5C assistant coaches have to work multiple jobs in order to make ends meet, as head coaches talk about ways to better support them.
CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
The No. 14 P-P men’s tennis team (9-10, 4-0 SCIAC) split a pair of home matches last Saturday, losing 5-4 to Trinity (12-9) before beating Chapman (4-10, 0-3 SCIAC) 6-3. The Sagehens dropped all three doubles matches to fall behind early against Trinity, but came back to win four of
The No. 5 Sagehen women’s tennis team (11-3, 4-0 SCIAC) had a good weekend in its first SCIAC competition since mid-February. After beating Whittier (5-9, 1-3 SCIAC) 9-0 at home Friday, the Sagehens defeated Chapman (2-10, 1-2 SCIAC) Saturday 8-1. Against Whittier, Lucy Jiang PO ’19, Jacinta Chen PO ’21