Men’s tennis capitalized upon dynamic efforts up and down the roster in a strong showing this weekend in split-squad action at the Alabama Invitational and the Ivy Plus Invitational.
Women's tennis continued a series of impressive individual performances at the Roar-ee Invitational this weekend.
The Lions notched 20 singles wins and three doubles victories over Penn and St. John's in two days of play.
Women’s tennis will host its inaugural Roar-ee Invitational competing against St. John’s and Penn in the team’s first dual-format tournament of the season this weekend.
Men’s tennis will head to Tuscaloosa for the Alabama Invitational and to Princeton for the Ivy Plus Invitational this weekend.
Men’s tennis opened its season with victories in all four of its matches at the Penn Invitational, dispatching Furman, William and Mary, Navy, and Penn.
Women's tennis had a strong start to its fall season, claiming two singles championships at the Columbia Invitational. Hosting Boston University and Syracuse, Columbia competed in three separate singles draws, each named for a different New York City borough.
Men’s tennis will begin a brand new season this weekend at the Penn Invitational.
In its first tournament of the fall season, the Lions will face off against Furman, Old Dominion, Georgetown, and Navy in singles and doubles matches.
Women's tennis will host the Columbia Invitational to open its fall season this weekend.
The invitational marks the first fall home competition for the Lions since 2013.
Men’s tennis ended its season this past week, as junior Shawn Hadavi lost in singles on Wednesday before falling in doubles alongside fellow junior Richard Pham on Thursday at the NCAA Individual Tournament in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Senior Kanika Vaidya lost in the first round of the Division I Singles Championship to No. 5 Georgia's Ellen Perez in straight sets.