Washington, Washington State, Texas: Each team came and each team fell to Stanford women’s tennis in a rare triple-header weekend. The No. 20 Cardinal (8-2, 2-0 Pac-12) captured consecutive victories on its home courts, blanking each of those three visitors 7-0.
The Stanford women’s tennis team prepares for an uncharacteristic three-day stretch of matches this weekend as it hosts No. 31 Washington, No. 73 Washington State and No. 38 Texas. The No. 20 Cardinal’s (5-2, 0-0 Pac-12) battles against Washington and Washington State will mark its first two conference matchups of the season. Stanford’s most recent…
The No. 26 Cardinal (4-2, 0-0 Pac-12) will take on the No. 9 Golden Bears (4-3) in a non-conference meeting. The Pac-12 dual match will take place at Cal on April 19. Though this weekend’s meeting won’t count towards conference rankings, its importance for Stanford cannot be overemphasized.
The Stanford women’s tennis team suffered only its third home loss since 1999 on Saturday when it fell to No. 47 Saint Mary’s (5-3) in a close 4-3 match.
Stanford women’s tennis captured consecutive 5-2 victories this past weekend in its Southern California tour, beating both San Diego and Pepperdine to remain undefeated. On Friday against No. 49 San Diego, the top of the singles lineup dominated play. Juniors Nicole Gibbs and Kristie Ahn both posted easy wins, despite having previously lost their doubles…
The Stanford women’s tennis team makes its first trek this weekend to southern California to compete in a double-header against No. 49 University of San Diego (1-1) and No. 33 Pepperdine (0-2). The No. 5 Cardinal (1-0) is fresh off its season opener victory over UC-Davis last Thursday.
The No. 5 Stanford women’s tennis team reappears on the courts today in the season opener against UC-Davis. The small but determined eight-girl squad looks for redemption after losing to USC in last year’s NCAA quarterfinals in May. The new journey begins under the leadership of coach Lele Forood, senior captain Natalie Dillon and junior captains Nicole Gibbs and Kristie Ahn.
The NCAA singles tournament kicked off with singles play yesterday in Athens, Ga., where juniors Mallory Burdette and Stacey Tan and sophomore Nicole Gibbs represented Stanford in the first round. Burdette and Gibbs, both top-five seeds, moved into the second round with easy wins, while the unseeded Tan fell to Rice’s Natalie Beazant.