Christine Antrobus (Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead H.S.) registered a singles win for Valparaiso on Saturday afternoon, but it was not enough as the Crusaders fell to Wright State 6-1 at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso's women's tennis team continued its four-match homestand on Saturday afternoon, falling to Cleveland State 7-0 at Homewood-Flossmoor Racquet Club in Flossmoor, Ill. after being forced to play indoors due to rain in Northwest Indiana.
Jackie O'Reilly (Green Bay, Wis./DePere H.S.) and Stephanie York (Elkhart, Ind./Jimtown H.S.) each won doubles and singles matches on Wednesday afternoon, but Valparaiso came up one point short of its first victory of the season, falling 5-4 to Indiana Wesleyan at the Sutter Tennis Center.
As the 2010 spring season is set to begin for the Valparaiso University women's tennis team, the Crusaders have a youthful roster void of any four-year players on this year's squad. Head coach Traci Young begins her first full season at the helm of the Brown and Gold after taking over the Crusader program midway through last season.
Valparaiso University women's tennis coach Traci Young has announced the addition of three players that will be joining the Crusader program. Abby Wright is transferring to Valpo and will join the team during the spring semester while Shea Hennessy and Kristin Zakiewicz have signed National Letters of Intent to play for the Brown and Gold beginning in the fall.
Stephanie York (Elkhart, Ind./Jimtown H.S.) won at number four singles for Valparaiso but it was not enough as the Crusaders fell 6-1 to Saint Joseph's (Ind.) on Wednesday afternoon at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso University's women's tennis team's bid for their first victory of the fall season fell just short on Friday evening as the Crusaders dropped a 5-4 decision to Rose-Hulman in Terre Haute, Ind.
Valparaiso University head women's tennis coach Traci Young will be hosting a tennis clinic for up to four players at a time on Wednesdays or Thursdays beginning this fall, based upon the availability of participants.
Valparaiso University's women's tennis team will play three dual matches as well as in two tournaments this fall as head coach Traci Young has released the schedule for the Crusaders during the first semester.