In the third day of the regional ITA Championships in Charlottesville, Va., Chris Seitz was the lone Wildcat to compete. He played against Adam Moundir of Old Dominion.
The Atlantic ITA Regional Championships continued Friday, Oct. 17 and saw five different `Nova student-athletes competing in either the main draw for singles or doubles
The Atlantic ITA Regional Championships began Thursday, Oct. 16 and will run through Monday, Oct. 20. The tournament is hosted this year by the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va.
The Wildcats competed in the final day of the Quinipiac Invitational today, after being rained out on Sunday.
The Villanova men's tennis team traveled to Connecticut today to compete in the Quinnipiac Invitational on Friday afternoon.
In the third and final day of the Saint Joseph's Men's Tennis Invitational the Wildcats tried their hand at several different matches and for the most part they looked good.
For the second straight day Nova men's tennis players played great tennis in the Saint Joseph's Invitational.
Villanova men's tennis began the fall season Friday at the Saint Joseph's Invitational in Philadelphia, Pa. The team won two singles matches and all three doubles matches they participated in.
The Wildcat's continued their success in the third and last day of the 4th Annual Villanova Invitational on Sunday. The doubles team of Chris Seitz and Bradley Noyes took the championship for the main draw. Another Nova team consisting of Mark Miller and Luis Miranda won the Round Robin portion of the tournament.
The Wildcats continued to play in the second day of the 4th Annual Villanova Invitational on Saturday but were cut short due to inclement weather. The remainder of the second round was completed and the third round began but the weather came in too early to finish the round.
The Wildcats started the season off strong in the 4th Annual Villanova Invitational on Friday. Out of the 20 matches Nova participated in today they took 18 wins, only losing three matches. Loyola, Hartford and Chester Hill also partook in the action.
The Villanova men's tennis team will begin its fall season on Friday as it hosts Loyola, Hartford and Chestnut Hill in the 4th Annual Villanova Invitational.
The No. 8 seeded Villanova men's tennis team was unable to pick up a victory in its final match of the season as Butler (11-10) topped the Wildcats 4-1 Saturday in a BIG EAST consolation contest at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Courts in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.