Freshman Kaylan Rotman earned a spot on the BIG EAST Tennis Notable Performances Honor Roll as announced by conference Wednesday afternoon.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (1-13) picked up their first win of the season today against the Rider Broncs (5-6). The Wildcats not only won the match, but swept Rider of all the matches.
The Villanova women’s tennis (0-13) dropped their matches against Lehigh (4-5) on Wednesday afternoon, with a final score of 5-2.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-12) dropped a 6-1 match to Delaware (6-4) on Sunday afternoon at the DuPont Country Club.
The Wildcats started off strong with the combination of Lindsey Evans and Kaylan Rotman winning 6-4 in the No. 1 doubles spot, but Seton Hall took the next two matches to clinch the doubles point.
Freshman Carina Burdick was recognized by the BIG EAST for her notable performances this past week as announced by the conference this afternoon.
Victoria Martinez and Linley Busby combined in the doubles matches to get a 6-2 win, but UC Riverside won the other two matches to not qualify for the doubles point.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-9) lost a heartbreaking match of 4-3to Concordia Irvine (7-4) on Tuesday morning at the Costa Mesa Tennis Courts.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-8) lost a match against Youngstown State (5-6) with a final score of 5-2 at the Orange Coast College tennis courts.
Youngstown State swept the Wildcats in the doubles matches which helped them off to a strong start to clinch that point.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-8) fell to the University of California, San Diego (9-0) on Saturday night in at the Northview Courts in La Jolla, Calif. with a final score of 7-0. UCSD is currently ranked 13 in the nation and regionally ranked third.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-6) lost their first BIG EAST match of the season to St. John’s (8-1) in a 7-0 matchup late Sunday night.
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-5) lost to the Drexel Dragons (10-1) on Saturday night at the Legacy Tennis Center in East Falls. They lost the match 5-2
The Villanova women’s tennis team (0-4) dropped their match to Towson (4-2) on Sunday evening at Coppermine Racquet and Fitness Club.