The first set of Missouri Valley Conference weekly awards for the spring season is a sweep for the Valparaiso University women’s tennis team.
Olivia and Claire Czerwonka (Kenosha, Wis. / Saint Joseph Catholic Academy) teamed up for a doubles victory and both prevailed in singles competition, but the Valparaiso University tennis team was edged 5-2 by visiting SIUE in an extremely tightly-played match on Saturday afternoon at The Courts of Northwest Indiana. The majority of the matches came down to the wire and featured closely-contested sets.
Valpo women's tennis head coach Bob Modesto, assistant coach Patrick McAuley and team members Claire and Olivia Czerwonka will present on Thursday, Jan. 20 as part of the Valpo English Department's Books and Coffee. The featured book will be "All In: An Autobiography" by Billy Jean King. The event begins at 4 p.m. in Harre Union, Ballroom A. The event is free and open to the public both live in person and via zoom.
The Valparaiso University women’s tennis team opened the spring season in style by besting IUPUI 5-2 on Saturday at The Courts of Northwest Indiana. The Beacons were victorious in the top two doubles matches and on the top four singles courts.
The Valparaiso University women’s tennis team has been selected to finish fourth of seven in the Missouri Valley Conference Preseason Poll, which was released by the league office on Wednesday.
The Valparaiso University tennis program has announced the addition of Elizabeth Sobieski (Muskego, Wis. / Lake Geneva), who has signed her national letter of intent to join the team beginning with the 2022-2023 academic and athletic year.
The Valparaiso University women’s tennis team closed out a successful fall campaign in victorious fashion on Saturday at the Valpo Tennis Complex. The Beacons bested visiting Grand Valley State 5-2 in a dual match on a brisk but sunny autumn day in Northwest Indiana.
Sisters and doubles partners Olivia Czerwonka (Kenosha, Wis. / Saint Joseph Catholic Academy) and Claire Czerwonka (Kenosha, Wis. / Saint Joseph Catholic Academy) have achieved no shortage of accomplishments in their time with the Valparaiso University tennis program. But Sunday represented perhaps their most significant achievements yet.
Olivia Czerwonka (Kenosha, Wis. / Saint Joseph Catholic Academy) will have an opportunity to garner a pair of conference crowns on Sunday.