Both the Chapman men’s and women’s tennis teams earned recognition for their work inside the classroom earlier this month. Both teams were named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic Team after posting team grade point averages of 3.20 or above.
Chapman University’s student-athletes matched their record number with 221 SCIAC All-Academic selections in for the 2018-19 school year. The Panthers had the fourth-most selections of the nine schools in the SCIAC.
The Chapman women’s tennis team fell 7-2 to the visiting Colby College Mules earlier this afternoon. Sophomore duo Alisa Ogranovich and Madison Ross tallied the Panthers’ first team point as they defeated their opponent 8-2 on the No. 1 doubles court.
The Chapman women’s tennis team fell 7-2 to the visiting Middlebury College Panthers earlier this afternoon. Sophomore Anna Kaplan tallied her fourth singles victory of the season as she beat her opponent 6-1, 6-4 on the No. 6 court.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team narrowly fell 5-4 to the visiting Vassar College Brewers earlier this afternoon. Sophomore Madison Ross led the push, taking victories in both her doubles and singles matches.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team rolled past the visiting Haverford Fords 8-1 in the first match of a mid-week doubleheader to earn its first victory of the 2019 season. The Panthers then fell 6-3 to NCAA Division II Dominican University of California in the evening match. Sophomore Alisa Ogranovich led the Panthers, going a perfect 4-0 on the day and winning the sole singles match against Dominican.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team narrowly fell 5-4 to the visiting No. 24 Christopher Newport Captains earlier this afternoon. Senior Nicole Fouts earned victories in both her doubles and singles match to help the Panthers out with a couple of points.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team fell 9-0 to their Division 1 opponent Idaho State University on Saturday. Despite a disappointing defeat, the Panthers put up a tough fight in their first match of the season.
After a resurgent 2018 season, the Chapman University women’s tennis team enters the 2019 campaign with its sights set on continuing its rise up the SCIAC standings and national rankings. The Panthers return to the Lastinger Tennis Center courts with a still young but talented squad.
The Chapman University women’s tennis team sent seven players to the ITA West Regional with a doubles team qualifying for a consolation final. Senior Nicole Fouts and sophomore Vasilisa Trofimova played in the final to highlight the weekend.