No. 26 ranked TCU defeated the Columbia women's tennis team 4-0 Sunday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. The dual match, Columbia's eighth against a nationally ranked team this year, marked its final of a three-match spring break road trip.
No. 17 ranked Kansas defeated the Columbia women's tennis team 4-0 Saturday in a neutral site matchup at North Texas' Waranch Tennis Center. The dual match, Columbia's seventh against a nationally ranked team this year, was its second on a three-match spring road trip.
North Texas captured five consecutive singles matches en route to a 6-1 victory over the Columbia women's tennis team Thursday at Waranch Tennis Center. The dual match was Columbia's first on a three-match spring break road trip.
On a two-match win streak, the Columbia women's tennis team travels to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas for its 2017 spring break trip and will play three matches in the Lone Star State: at North Texas on Thursday, March 16 (2 p.m.), vs. No. 17 Kansas on Saturday, March 18 (11 a.m.) and at No. 26 TCU on Sunday, March 19 (1 p.m.).
The Columbia women's tennis team registered its first victory over a nationally ranked team with a 4-2 win over No. 37 Marshall Sunday at the Huntington Tennis Club.
Taking advantage of four singles wins by Alexandra Solovyev, Ali Pollack, Andrea Kevakian and Adi Milstein, the Columbia women's tennis team registered a 4-2 victory over Penn State Saturday at the Huntington Tennis Club.
No. 43 ranked Kentucky notched a 4-0 women's tennis win over Columbia Friday afternoon at the Boone Tennis Center. The match marked the first of a three-day weekend road swing for the Lions as they will play Penn State on Saturday at 1 p.m. and then take on host Marshall on Sunday at 11 a.m.
The Columbia women's tennis team will hit the road this weekend for three matches on three consecutive days: at No. 43 Kentucky on Friday, vs. Penn State on Saturday and at No. 37 Marshall on Sunday.
The Columbia women's tennis team concluded it 2017 ECAC Tournament with a 4-0 loss to Dartmouth Sunday at Harvard's Murr Center.
Princeton handed the Columbia women's tennis team a 4-2 loss Saturday in the first round of the ECAC Tournament played at Harvard. Columbia is back in action tomorrow as it competes against Dartmouth at noon.
The Columbia women's tennis team will attempt to defend its title this weekend when it travels to Harvard University to compete in the 2017 ECAC D1 Women's Indoor Tennis Championship. Six Ivy League squads will compete in the three-day event as Columbia enters competition as the No. 2 seed.
The Columbia women's tennis team continued its string of strong opponents on Saturday as Florida International handed the Lions a 4-3 defeat at Dick Savitt Tennis Center.