Category: Tennis

Mora Captures Two ITA Titles

The Emory men’s tennis team began their defense of their 2019 NCAA Division III National Championship at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) South Regional Championships, held at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College...

Young Eagles Fly High at Elon Invitational

The Emory women’s tennis team began their journey toward an eighth NCAA national championship at the Elon Fall Invitational, held at Elon University (N.C.) between Sept. 13 and Sept. 15. The team returned home with freshman...

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...

Men’s Tennis Cruises to Victory over Sewanee

On April 15 and 16, the No. 3-ranked NCAA Division III Emory men’s tennis team defeated the No. 19 Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.) Tigers 7-2 and Washington and Lee University 8-1 to earn their ninth and 10th...

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 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...

No. 1 Ranked Tennis Cruises to Victory

The No. 1-ranked NCAA Division III Emory women’s tennis team came into the weekend undefeated on the season with two matches against DePauw University (Ind.) and No. 22-ranked Washington and Lee University (Va.). The Eagles...

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