Valparaiso’s women’s tennis team closed the 2008 season on Saturday morning dropping a 4-0 decision to Youngstown State in the consolation draw of the Horizon League Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.
Valparaiso opened play at the 2008 Horizon League Women’s Tennis Championships on Friday afternoon in Indianapolis, Ind. and dropped a 4-0 decision to Cleveland State.
Valparaiso University’s women’s tennis team will take on fourth-seeded Cleveland State at 12 p.m. CDT on Friday afternoon in the opening round of the Horizon League Tennis Championships held at North Central High School in Indianapolis, Ind.
Valparaiso wrapped up the 2008 regular season on Monday afternoon dropping a 7-0 decision to the Penguins of Youngstown State in Youngstown, Ohio.
The rain forced Valparaiso to move indoors for their 2008 home finale on Saturday afternoon, and the Crusaders dropped a 7-0 Horizon League decision to Cleveland State at Matchpoint Tennis Club.
Kim Sajevic (Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury H.S.) earned a victory at number one singles for Valparaiso on Wednesday afternoon in Detroit, Mich., but it was not enough as the Crusaders fell to Detroit 6-1.
Valparaiso stepped out of Horizon League action on Monday afternoon but dropped a non-conference match to Chicago State 5-2 in Chicago, Ill.
Valparaiso suffered a narrow 4-3 loss for the third time this season on Saturday afternoon at Matchpoint Tennis Club in Griffith, Ind., this time falling to Horizon League foe Wright State.
UIC allowed Valparaiso to win a total of just nine games on Friday afternoon while remaining atop the Horizon League defeating the Crusaders 7-0 at Matchpoint Tennis Club.
Molly Keifer (Richmond, Ind./Richmond H.S.) picked up her team-leading fifth singles victory on Wednesday afternoon, but it was not enough for the Crusaders as Valparaiso dropped a 6-1 decision to IPFW at the Valparaiso University Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso came up just short in its bid for the Crusaders’ first Horizon League victory of the season on Sunday as the Brown and Gold dropped a 4-3 decision to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in Green Bay, Wis.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee shutout Valparaiso’s women’s tennis team 7-0 on Saturday evening in Milwaukee, Wis.
Valparaiso made its debut in the Horizon League on Friday afternoon, but dropped a 7-0 decision to Butler at Matchpoint Tennis Club in Griffith, Ind. The contest was originally slated to be played outdoors, but the cold and damp weather forced the match indoors.
Due to forecasted cold temperatures, the Valparaiso-IPFW women’s tennis match slated for Tuesday afternoon has been postponed The two schools have rescheduled the contest for next Wednesday, April 9 at 2 p.m. at the Valparaiso University Tennis Complex.
Christine Antrobus (Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead H.S.) won the decisive match in three sets on Saturday afternoon as Valparaiso won its home opener 4-3 against Oakland at the Valparaiso University Tennis Complex.
Valparaiso University’s Kim Sajevic (Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury H.S.) has been named the U.S. Army Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the Week for her efforts last week.
Valparaiso’s scheduled women’s tennis match against Indiana Wesleyan originally scheduled for Wednesday afternoon has been moved to Thursday, March 27 at 1 p.m. due to forecasted weather conditions.
Valparaiso wrapped up play in Orlando, Fla. as part of its spring trip on Thursday afternoon, dropping a tight 4-3 decision to Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.
Valparaiso cruised to its first victory of the season on Wednesday afternoon, shutting out Adelphi 9-0 in Orlando, Fla. as part of the Crusaders’ spring trip. The nine-point scoring system was in affect for the match.
Valparaiso’s women’s tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision to the University of Connecticut on Tuesday afternoon as the Crusaders began play on their spring trip in Orlando, Fla.
Kim Sajevic (Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury H.S.) won for the second straight day and Molly Keifer (Richmond, Ind./Richmond H.S.) also posted a singles victory but Bradley spoiled Valparaiso’s home opener defeating the Crusaders 5-2 at Matchpoint on Saturday evening.
Kim Sajevic (Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury H.S.) posted her first victory of the spring on Friday afternoon but it was not enough for the Crusaders as Valparaiso dropped a 6-1 decision to Ball State in Muncie, Ind.
Despite Christine Antrobus’ (Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead H.S.) first collegiate victory, the Valparaiso Crusaders dropped their season opener on Sunday morning 6-1 to Eastern Illinois in Champaign, Ill.
As the 2008 women’s tennis season opens for Valparaiso University, first year head coach Jay Adams, looks to lead the Crusaders into their first season of Horizon League competition. Valpo will face new competition this season with the move from the Mid-Continent Conference, and will be looking to build upon success from the final years in the old league.
Valparaiso University women’s tennis head coach Jay Adams has announced his 2008 spring schedule of 18 matches, seven of which will be at home, including five at the Valparaiso University Tennis Complex.
The Chicago State Tournament that the Valparaiso University women’s tennis team was to have participated in this coming weekend has been cancelled and will not be made up.
Valparaiso headed to Detroit, Mich. on Monday for a pair of dual matches, dropping a 5-2 decision to Oakland in the morning and a 6-1 contest at Wayne State in the afternoon.
Valparaiso wrapped up its first tournament of the fall season on Sunday afternoon with play at the Rocket Invitational in Toledo, Ohio.
Valparaiso struggled on Saturday afternoon as the Crusaders began the 2007 fall season at the Rocket Invitational in Toledo, Ohio.
A young Valparaiso University women’s tennis team will open the 2007 fall season under new head coach Jay Adams, who returns to his alma mater looking to help lead the Crusaders into the thick of Horizon League competition.
Valparaiso University graduate Jay Adams has been hired as the new head coach for the Crusaders’ women’s tennis team Valpo Director of Athletics Mark LaBarbera has announced.
Valparaiso University has announced that Michelle Mahoney has submitted her resignation as head coach of the Crusader women’s tennis program due to professional opportunities outside of tennis.