After entering the 2019 NCAC Women’s Tennis Tournament as the fifth seed, the Wittenberg University Women’s Tennis team finished sixth overall in the eight-team tournament after dropping a 5-1 decision against sixth-seeded Wooster on Saturday morning in the fifth-place match at North Central High School in Indianapolis.
The fifth-seeded Wittenberg University Women’s Tennis team opened the 2019 NCAC Women’s Tennis Tournament with a narrow 5-3 setback against fourth-seeded Oberlin on Friday afternoon at the Barbara S. Wynne Tennis Center on the campus of North Central High School in Indianapolis.
Despite closing out the regular season with a 6-2 loss at Otterbein on Good Friday, the Wittenberg University Women’s Tennis team finished the regular season with an even .500 record at 8-8 for the first time since the 2011-12 season.
The Wittenberg Women’s Tennis team wasted little time dispatching of Allegheny on Friday night in an NCAC cross-divisional match in Meadville, as the Tigers swept the doubles competition and then put the match away with two quick points in singles actions, ultimately leading to an 8-1 win over the Gators.
The Wittenberg University Women’s Tennis picked its first win in conference action this season on Saturday with a convincing 7-2 victory over Wooster in an NCAC cross-divisional match played at the Aspen Racquet Club in Wooster.
The Wittenberg University Women’s Tennis team jumped out to an early 2-1 lead after doubles competition, but Ohio Wesleyan managed to win four of the six singles decisions to hand the Tigers a 5-4 loss in their first NCAC West match of the season.
The Wittenberg University Women’s Tennis team was nearly perfect on Sunday (3/17) morning as the Tigers picked up a convincing 9-0 St. Patrick’s Day win over Heidelberg at the Five Seasons Sports Club in Dayton.