For the third year in a row, Stanford women’s tennis swept the USTA/ITA Regional Championships, as senior Kristie Ahn cruised to a singles title while freshman Taylor Davidson and junior Ellen Tsay claimed the doubles title in the Northwest Region.
Five current and former members of the NCAA Champion Stanford Women’s Tennis squad were named to the playing field of the Bank of the West Classic, which kicked off on Monday at Taube Tennis Center.
Back in March, I wrote that college tennis is the ultimate intersection of team and individual sports. That statement has never felt more true.
With the entire stadium watching, junior co-captain Kristie Ahn clinched No. 12 Stanford women’s tennis’ 17th NCAA Championship with a 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 victory on… Continue Reading »
With every player and coach from both sides watching on, freshman Krista Hardebeck battled back from the brink of defeat for a miraculous comeback victory… Continue Reading »
The Stanford women’s tennis team entered this year’s NCAA Tournament without much fanfare. Seeded No. 12, expectations weren’t as high for the tight-knit squad of eight girls as they have been in recent years. But the Cardinal has proved everyone wrong with its performance thus far in the tournament.
The Stanford women’s tennis team breezed through the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament this weekend, sweeping Miami (OH) (13-13, 7-1 MAC) in the… Continue Reading »
After a brief hiatus following the end of the regular season and the conclusion of the Pac-12 Individual Tournament, the Stanford women’s tennis team will begin its quest for a national title this Friday against Miami (OH) in its 32nd consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance.