First-year Columbia women's tennis player Jennifer Kerr has been named the Northeast Region "Player to Watch" by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association as the organization announced its regional winners for the 2017-18 season on Monday morning.
Three women's tennis players— first-year Christie Wan (singles & doubles), first-year Jennifer Kerr (singles) and senior Adi Milstein (doubles)—earned All-Ivy League Second Team honors as the conference announced its 2017-18 women's tennis awards on Thursday afternoon. The awards and honors were voted upon by the league's eight head coaches.
The Columbia women's tennis team honored senior Adi Milstein with a dominating 6-1 victory over Yale in its season finale Sunday at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. With the win, Columbia guaranteed itself of a winning year in the Ivy League with a 4-3 conference record and 12-8 overall record. Yale drops to 6-18 overall and 0-7 in the Ivy League.
Columbia erased an early deficit by winning five of six singles matches as it claimed a 5-2 women's tennis victory over Brown Saturday afternoon at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. With the victory, Columbia improves to 11-8 overall and 3-3 in the Ivy League standings. A win tomorrow for Columbia against Yale in its season finale would clinch a winning season in an extremely challenging Ivy League.
Riding a three-match home win streak, the Columbia women's tennis team concludes its 2017-18 season this weekend when it hosts Brown on Saturday and Yale on Sunday at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. First-serve for both matches is at 1 p.m. ET. Fans can watch a live feed of each court on the Ivy League Digital Network at this link. Match programs are available for Brown and Yale.
Dartmouth claimed a 5-2 victory over the Columbia women's tennis team Sunday afternoon at the Boss Tennis Center. With the loss, Columbia drops 10-8 overall and 2-3 in Ivy League play, while Dartmouth improves to 3-2 in league play and 10-10 overall.
In a key Ivy League women's tennis matchup, Harvard claimed a close 4-3 victory over the Columbia women's tennis team Saturday afternoon at the Beren Tennis Facility. With the loss, Columbia drops 10-7 overall and 2-2 in Ivy League play, while Harvard improves to 4-0 in league play and 12-8 overall.
After winning four of its last five matches, the Columbia women's tennis team gets back into Ivy League play this weekend when it travels Northeast to play Harvard (Saturday) and Dartmouth (Sunday) respectively. First-serve against Harvard on Saturday is at 1 p.m. ET, while first-serve for the Dartmouth match is at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
In a matchup of two undefeated Ivy League women's tennis teams, No. 46 Princeton claimed a 6-1 decision over Columbia Sunday at Jadwin Gym. The loss ends Columbia's four-match win streak and drops the Lions to 10-6 overall and 2-1 in Ivy League play, while Princeton improves to 15-3 overall and 3-0 in league play.
The Columbia women's tennis team rallied from a 3-2 deficit with back-to-back singles wins by senior co-captain Adi Milstein and junior Sarah Hu to defeat Penn 4-3 Friday afternoon at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. Columbia's victory was its fourth consecutive win and improved the Lions to 10-5 overall and 2-0 in Ivy League play.
Riding a three-match win streak, the Columbia women's tennis team plays two key Ivy League contests this weekend when it hosts Penn on Friday at Dick Savitt Tennis Center, then travels to No. 46 Princeton on Sunday.
It was a dominating performance for the Columbia women's tennis team as it took advantage of a fast start and registered a 6-1 win over defending conference co-champion Cornell Saturday at Dick Savitt Tennis Center. Columbia won the doubles point, then built leads in the first set of all six singles matches and maintained its lead to claim the win.