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.
Men’s tennis will send juniors Shawn Hadavi and Richard Pham to the NCAA Individual Championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hadavi will compete in singles and then partner with Pham to form the Lions’ doubles team.
Women's tennis senior captain Kanika Vaidya will compete in the first round of the Division I Women's Tennis Singles Championship.
Men’s tennis dropped its first-round match to No. 37 Penn State 4-3, bringing an impressive year to a screeching halt.
Women's tennis fell to LSU 4-0 in the first round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tennis National Championship.
The No. 18 Tigers shut out the No. 36 Lions, who ended the season with a 13-9 record.
Men’s tennis will head to Charlottesville this weekend to take on No. 37 Penn State (21-8, 6-5 Big Ten) in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament.
Women's tennis will open postseason play facing LSU in the first round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championship.
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.
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.