Valparaiso's men's tennis team wrapped up the 2010 season in triumphant fashion on Tuesday afternoon, defeating Chicago State 6-1 at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso closed out Horizon League play on Sunday afternoon, suffering a 7-0 setback to Butler at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso rallied with four singles victories after dropping the opening doubles point to defeat Wright State 4-3 on Saturday afternoon at the Valpo Tennis Complex to keep its hopes alive for a spot in the 2010 Horizon League Championships.
Tuesday's scheduled Valparaiso-Chicago State men's tennis match slated for the Valpo Tennis Complex has been postponed due to roster personnel issues with the Cougars. The match has been rescheduled for next Tuesday, April 20 at 3 p.m. at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
In a highly competitive men's tennis match on Friday afternoon, Valparaiso came up on the short end of a 5-2 score against UIC at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso had to move indoors due to rain on Saturday afternoon, and the men's tennis team suffered a 7-0 setback against Cleveland State at the South Bend Tennis Club in Mishawaka, Ind.
Valparaiso's men's tennis team opened the home portion of the 2010 spring schedule on a warm Friday afternoon, picking up its first Horizon League victory of the year 4-3 against Youngstown State at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso's men's tennis team wrapped up the road portion of the 2010 spring season on Friday evening, dropping a 7-0 decision to Detroit at Franklin Athletic Club in Southfield, Mich.
Despite numerous close matches, Valparaiso came up on the short end of a 6-1 decision against the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on Saturday afternoon in the Horizon League opener for both schools.
Valparaiso University's Kevin DeHerrera (Littleton, Colo./Chatfield H.S.) has been named the Horizon League's Athlete of the Week in men's tennis after posting a 3-1 singles record and a 2-2 doubles mark in four matches last week in Florida.
Playing their final match of their spring trip in Orlando, Fla. on Wednesday morning, Valparaiso's men's tennis team suffered a 5-2 loss against Monmouth at Lake Cane.
Valparaiso picked up singles victories at three, five, and six on Tuesday afternoon, but it was not quite enough as Fairfield defeated the Crusaders 4-3 at Rollins College in Orlando, Fla.
Valparaiso played a hard-fought match against Connecticut out of the Big East on Monday evening, but fell 7-0 to the Huskies in Orlando, Fla.
Spearheaded by a sweep of doubles, Valparaiso posted a 5-2 victory over Boston University on Monday morning at Star Island in Orlando, Fla.
Valparaiso began its week-long trip in Orlando, Fla. on Sunday afternoon, but suffered a 6-1 setback to Creighton at Star Island.
Chris Baum (Charlotte, N.C./Providence H.S.) earned a victory at fifth singles for Valparaiso, but the Crusaders dropped a 6-1 decision to Toledo on Saturday evening at Laurel Hill Racquet Club in Toledo, Ohio.
Despite winning the doubles point on Saturday evening, Valparaiso's men's tennis team dropped a 5-2 decision to IUPUI at the Indianapolis Tennis Center in Indianapolis, Ind.
Valparaiso played its first nationally-ranked opponent of the season on Saturday afternoon, and was defeated by #75 Western Michigan 7-0 at the West Hills Athletic Club in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Valparaiso rallied after dropping the opening doubles point to pick up its first victory of the 2010 spring season on Friday evening, defeating Dayton 5-2 at the West Hills Athletic Club in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Valparaiso suffered a hard fought 7-0 defeat to Ball State on Friday evening in the Crusaders' dual match opener at the Northwest YMCA Tennis Center in Muncie, Ind.
Kevin DeHerrera (Littleton, Colo./Chatfield H.S.) registered a singles victory over Billy Heuer of Purdue on Sunday afternoon for Valparaiso's lone win on the final day of the Boilermaker Invitational held in West Lafayette, Ind.
Valparaiso opened the 2010 spring tennis season on Saturday, competing in the first day of the Boilermaker Invitational held in West Lafayette, Ind.
A youthful, yet experienced roster awaits head coach Jim Daugherty as Valparaiso returns to the tennis courts to begin the 2010 spring season. The 25th year head coach returns five players from last spring's lineup while adding three new faces, including one that garnered his first collegiate tennis experience during this past fall season.
Valparaiso University head tennis coach Jim Daugherty has announced his 2010 spring schedule which will consist of one tournament and 18 dual matches.
The Valparaiso University men's tennis team will have the weekend off from competition after the Dayton Invitational scheduled for Friday and Saturday has been cancelled due to the weather forecast.
Due to rain in the Muncie, Ind. area, Valparaiso has completed play at the Ball State Invitational.
Carlton Lyons (South Bend, Ind./Clay H.S.) earned Valparaiso's only win on Friday as the Crusaders opened play at the Ball State Invitational in Muncie, Ind.
Playing their lone dual match of the fall season, Valparaiso won all eight matches played on Wednesday afternoon as the Crusaders defeated Saint Joseph's (Ind.) 7-0 at the Valpo Tennis Complex.
Carlton Lyons (South Bend, Ind./Clay H.S.) won both of his singles matches on Sunday as Valparaiso wrapped up play at the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational held in Peoria, Ill.
Valparaiso returns to the courts at the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational in Peoria, Ill. on Saturday afternoon, wrapping up play in the doubles competition while playing the first two singles matches of the tournament in each flight.
Led by Kevin DeHerrera (Littleton, Colo./Chatfield H.S.) and Tom Litscher (Eau Claire, Wis./Memorial H.S.), Valparaiso opened its 2009 fall tennis season on a high note Friday evening on day one of the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational in Peoria, Ill.
As the Valparaiso University men's tennis team takes to the courts this fall, head coach Jim Daugherty returns a majority of his roster from a season again. The Crusaders return five letterwinners from last year's squad, and has added two players to the roster for the upcoming season, one of which is eligible to play this season while the other must sit out the year in accordance with NCAA transfer rules.
Valparaiso University's men's tennis team will compete in four tournaments this fall in addition to hosting its annual exhibition alumni tournament at the Valparaiso University Tennis Complex head coach Jim Daugherty has announced.