The Stanford men’s tennis team, now competing in the singles and doubles portion of the NCAA championships, had a successful day on Thursday, with Bradley Klahn advancing into the Sweet 16 of the singles tournament and the duo of Klahn and fellow senior Ryan Thacher winning their first round doubles matchup.
The Stanford men’s tennis team begins the final chapter of its season tomorrow when it plays its sweet sixteen match against the University of Kentucky. Held at the University of Georgia in Athens, tomorrow’s round of 16 will kick off the season-finale NCAA championship tournament. Stanford (19-8, 5-2 Pac-12) is seeded No. 11 and will…
The No. 11 Stanford men’s tennis team booked its ticket to Georgia for the Sweet Sixteen of the season-ending NCAA tournament this past weekend with two wins on its home court at the Taube Family Tennis Center. The Cardinal defeated Sacramento State 4-0 on Saturday afternoon in the first round and beat Santa Clara 4-1 in Sunday's second round.
The Stanford men’s tennis team fell in the semifinals of the inaugural Pac-12 Championships, defeating Utah in the quarterfinals before falling to No. 1 USC in the semis.
It was a stress-free and pleasant final home match for the No. 12 Stanford men’s tennis team on Wednesday afternoon under a brilliantly blue Palo Alto sky
The No. 11 Stanford men’s tennis team suffered two tough losses over the weekend at the hands of the Pac-12 powerhouses from Southern California: No. 1 USC and No. 6 UCLA. The Cardinal (14-7, 4-2 Pac-12) was roundly defeated in both matches, 7-0 in front of a packed crowd at USC’s Marks Stadium on Saturday and 6-1 in front of the Bruin faithful on Sunday.
The No. 11 Stanford men’s tennis team began its spring quarter on a particularly strong note over the weekend, shutting out both Oregon and Washington in back-to-back 7-0 victories.
The No. 11 Stanford men’s tennis team returns home to the Taube Family Tennis Center this weekend with back-to-back Pac-12 matches against Oregon and Washington. These two matches promise to be closely contested, as the teams will try to get into good position heading into the inaugural Pac-12 Championship starting April 25th in Ojai, Calif.
The No. 8 Stanford men’s tennis team returned to action during the week of spring break, playing in three matches after an 18-day hiatus from competition for Dead Week and finals. The long layoff proved costly in Stanford’s first match back against No. 7 Pepperdine in Los Angeles.
After more than 10 days off from competition, the Stanford men’s tennis team looked sharp on Saturday, dispatching the Yale Bulldogs five points to two.
The Stanford men’s tennis team returns to action this Saturday against a rare East Coast opponent: the Yale Bulldogs. The Cardinal has been off for two weeks since the annual ITA National Team Indoor Championship at the end of February. The team is in the midst of a lull in its schedule before competition picks up after spring break in the buildup to May’s NCAA Championship.
The Stanford men’s tennis team picked up a big win on Saturday at the Taube Family Tennis Center, defeating archrival Cal 6-1. Playing in front of a large crowd filled with many parents for the annual Parents’ Weekend, the No. 9 Cardinal did not disappoint, satisfying the crowd with its decisive victory.
The Stanford men’s tennis team plays host to its fiercest rival—the California Golden Bears—this Saturday afternoon at the Taube Family Tennis Center. The annual Big Slam is perennially one of the most highly anticipated matches on the Stanford tennis schedule, as these two storied programs have had many legendary clashes in the past.
The No. 9 Stanford men’s tennis team had a successful weekend at the National Team Indoor Championships in Charlottesville, Va., as the Cardinal went 2-1 against some of the toughest competition in the country. Helping the Cardinal’s cause was the highly anticipated return of senior All-American Bradley Klahn, who played singles for the first time…
Sixteen of the top teams in the country will be in Charlottesville this weekend to participate in one of the most important tournaments before May’s NCAA Championships. The entire top five teams of the current college tennis rankings will be in Virginia: No. 1 USC, No. 2 Virginia, No. 3 Ohio State, No. 4 Georgia and No. 5 Florida.
The Stanford men’s tennis team suffered a tough defeat on Tuesday afternoon at the hands of a resilient Fresno State squad.
The Stanford men’s tennis team bounced back from its miserable showing against USC and UCLA last weekend and secured a solid 5-2 victory over visiting Brigham Young University. The No. 9 Cardinal (6-2, 0-0 Pac-12) handed the No. 52 Cougars (3-5) their 20th loss in 22 matches against the Cardinal in the history of the schools' tennis programs.
The Stanford men’s tennis team suffered its first losses of the young dual-match season this past weekend as Stanford was clobbered by visiting No. 1 USC and No. 9 UCLA. The two losses — 7-0 against USC on Friday and 6-1 against UCLA on Saturday — were Stanford’s most lopsided defeats over the past two…
Stanford is coming off two dominant wins against Saint Mary’s and Santa Clara, but No. 9 UCLA and No. 1 USC will surely provide a fierce early-season test for head coach John Whitlinger’s team
The Stanford men’s tennis team cruised through its two matches this weekend, looking every bit like the nation’s No. 6 team
The Stanford men’s tennis team returns home to a flurry of dual matches this weekend after kicking off its season last week in Oklahoma. The Cardinal, which won both its matches on the road trip, will participate in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, which features four schools at each of 15 host locations vying to advance to next month’s prestigious National Team Indoor Championships. Joining the No. 6 Cardinal at the Taube Family Tennis Center will be No. 48 Boise State, No. 50 Santa Clara and No. 64 Saint Mary’s.
The Stanford men’s tennis team started out its dual-match season in style over the weekend, sweeping a pair of matches against highly-ranked opponents on the road in Tulsa, Okla
This recent stretch of cold weather notwithstanding, spring is in the air here on the Farm, and that means one thing for the Stanford men’s tennis team: The season is about to start. The 2011-12 Cardinal team is looking to avenge last year’s nail-biting defeat at the hands of the Virginia Cavaliers in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament, held at Stanford’s home court, the Taube Family Tennis Center.
The No. 6 Stanford men’s tennis team had a busy holiday weekend in Thousand Oaks, Calif., competing in the early-season Sherwood Collegiate Cup. The annual tournament features some of the best programs and players in college tennis, giving coaches a privileged opportunity to watch their squads face off against elite competition on the eve of…