Bryant Celebrates Her Twentieth Year As Coach

The Emory women’s tennis team left disappointed after yielding several key points in a 7-2 match against Georgia Gwinnett College on April 17. Although the Eagles lost the match, it was still memorable for the team as it marked Head Coach Amy Bryant’s (96B) 20th season at Emory.          In doubles, freshman [...]

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Eagles Bounce Back After Loss

This past weekend, the No. 1-ranked NCAA Division III Emory women’s tennis team played two matches against Division I Georgia State University and No. 6-ranked Division II Columbus State University (CSU) (Ga.). On April 13, the Eagles suffered a bitter 4-3 loss to Georgia State, but bounced back to beat  CSU on April 15, 4-3. [...]

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Eagles Undefeated No More

The NCAA Division III No. 1-ranked Emory women’s tennis team traveled north last week, where they had matches against the No. 7-ranked Tufts University (Mass.) and No. 5-ranked Middlebury College (Vt.). The Eagles won the match against Tufts 6-3, but they lost 6-3 to Middlebury in their first loss of the 2019 season. On April [...]

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Eagles Dominate In Three Straight Matches

Courtesy of Kushal Bafna/Staff The No. 3-ranked Emory men’s tennis team won all three home matches against Kalamazoo College (Mich.), DePauw University (Ind.) and Johns Hopkins University (Md.) this past weekend. The Eagles defeated Kalamazoo 8-1, blanked DePauw 9-0 and trounced Johns Hopkins 8-1 as part of their seven-game winning streak. The Eagles have not [...]

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Eagles Dominate Over Break

The top-ranked NCAA Division-III Emory women’s tennis team had a memorable spring break. The Eagles secured three victories against Carnegie Mellon University (Pa.), Amherst College (Mass.) and Wesleyan University (Conn.). On March 10, the Eagles traveled to Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne, Fla., where they gained an 8-1 victory against University Athletic Association (UAA) [...]

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