Women's Tennis - Archives 2017-18
The Columbia women's tennis team will compete in its second fall invitational this weekend when it travels to Philadelphia for the 21st annual Cissie Leary Memorial Invitational. The event will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Hecht (Levy) Tennis Center on the University of Pennsylvania campus.
Columbia claimed four Columbia Invitational Women's Tennis titles—first-year Paulina Ferrari (Bronx Draw) and sophomore Renee Ren (Manhattan Draw) won singles titles, while first-year Christie Wan/senior Adi Milstein (Doubles 2 Final) and junior Andrea Kevakian/first-year Renee Ren (Doubles 3 Draw) claimed doubles titles—on Sunday morning as the five competing teams completed the season-opening invite at Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
Five Columbia women's tennis singles players and three doubles teams advanced to finals in their respective draws Saturday during the Columbia Invitational on Saturday at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. Singles and doubles competition resumes on Sunday morning.
The Columbia women's tennis team claimed eight of its nine singles matches and all three of its doubles matches during the first day of competition at the Columbia Invitational Friday at Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
The Columbia women's tennis team begins its fall competition schedule on this weekend, Friday through Sunday, when Penn, Boston U, Maryland, Hofstra and St. John's travel to Manhattan for the three-day Columbia Invitational. All matches will take place at Dick Savitt Tennis Center, located at Columbia's Baker Athletic Complex (corner of 218th and Broadway Avenue).
The Columbia women's tennis program announced that Dillon Pottish has been named its new assistant coach, head coach Ilene Weintraub announced on Friday.
Set to launch its fifth year as the game-day home for Ivy League live events, the newly-branded Ivy League Network (ILN) will welcome a number of broadcast and user-experience enhancements in the 2017-18 academic year.
Columbia women's tennis coach Ilene Weintraub officially announced the program's 2017 recruiting class on Tuesday. Columbia will welcome four tennis players to the 2017-18 team including Paulina Ferrari, Jennifer Kerr, Sarah Rahman and Christie Wan.