Women’s tennis fell only one win short of securing its share of the program’s second Ivy League title in the final weekend of play.
The Lions captured their third consecutive Ancient Eight title and did so in convincing fashion, finishing undefeated in conference play to increase their Ivy League winning streak to 25 straight matches.
Kanika Vaidya was unanimously selected as the Ivy League Player of the Year on Wednesday.
Updated on April 19 at 3:30 p.m.
Men’s tennis captured its third consecutive outright Ivy League title and 13th in program history as it defeated Princeton and Penn 4-0 and 5-1, respectively.
Women's tennis dropped the last two matches of its season to fall out of contention for the Ivy League title.
Women’s tennis will look to capture its second Ivy League title in program history this weekend.
Men’s tennis will host Princeton on Friday before traveling to Penn on Sunday, as it looks to capture the Ivy League title for a third consecutive season.
Men’s tennis cruised to two easy victories over Yale and Brown to improve its Ancient Eight winning streak to 23.
The Lions (15-5, 5-0 Ivy) continued to dominate Ivy League play, earning 5-2 and 6-1 wins at Yale (12-10, 0-4 Ivy) and at Brown (8-16, 0-4 Ivy) over the weekend.
Women's tennis split its weekend series against Yale and Brown, but maintains its position at the top of the Ivy League standings with only two matches left to play.
Men’s tennis will look to build on a 3-0 start to the Ivy League season as it travels to Yale and Brown this weekend.