Carnegie Mellon University sophomore Danna Taylor has been recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) as the first Division III UTR/ITA National Player of the Month of the season for September.
Former Emory University women's tennis great Mary Ellen Grant (formerly Gordon) was inducted into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Women's Tennis Hall of Fame Saturday night at a reception held at the Mason School of Business at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA.
Alexa Goetz of Emory Claims Singles Title, Teams with Christina Watson for Doubles Crown at ITA Regional Championships
The Emory University women's tennis team added more ITA hardware to its' history Sunday afternoon, sweeping both the ITA South Regional singles and doubles championships at the Rome Tennis Center in Rome, GA.
Brandeis University senior Diana Dehterevich had the deepest run of any Judge at the 2019 Intercollegiate Tennis Association New England Women's Regional this weekend, making it to the round of 16 at Middlebury College.
The Emory University women's tennis team continued its dominance at the ITA South Regional Championships as the Eagles will have four members meet in the singles semifinals as well as an all Emory doubles championship to follow when the tournament concludes on Sunday.
The Carnegie Mellon University women's tennis team traveled to Western New York for two matches against Division I opponents.
The Emory University women's tennis team got off to a superb start at the ITA South Regional Championships Friday in Rome, GA with 10 Eagles advancing to the round of 16 in singles and all five doubles teams moving on to the quarterfinals.
Carnegie Mellon University tandem of senior Courtney Ollis and sophomore Danna Taylor claimed the ITA Southeast Regional Doubles Championship on Wednesday.
In a battle of two Maroons, it was University of Chicago sophomore Lauren Park who came out victorious in Monday morning's Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Region Singles Final, as Park defeated teammate Nicole Semenov in straight sets at UChicago's Stagg Courts.
Carnegie Mellon University women's tennis sophomore Danna Taylor repeated as the ITA Southeast Regional Singles Champion on Monday, September 23 and will once again play for the doubles championship later this week.