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Alabama Captures Third-Straight Victory, Top TCU 6-1

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The seventh-ranked Alabama women’s tennis team continued its hot start to the 2015 regular season on Saturday, besting No. 20 TCU by a final score of 6-1 inside the Roberta Alison Baumgardner Tennis Facility. More

No. 1 USC Revisit Athens For Pac-12/SEC Showdown

The No. 1 USC men’s tennis team heads back to the site of its latest NCAA Championship victory this week, shoving off for Athens, Ga., to play in the second annual installment of the Pac-12/SEC Showdown. The Trojans won the 2014 national championship in Athens last May.   more...

Columbia Reaches Program’s Highest ITA Ranking

SKILLMAN, N.J. – Fresh off an ITA Weekend sweep over two top-20 opponents, the Columbia men’s tennis team drew it highest ranking in program history in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Poll at No.   more...

UCLA Qualifies for USTA/ITA National Team Indoors

LOS ANGELES - The fourth-ranked UCLA men's tennis team will be one of 16 teams competing in next month's USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championships in Chicago, as the Bruins earned their spot by downing Texas Tech, 4-1 on Saturday afternoon during ITA Kick-Off Weekend at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.   more...

Roberto Quiroz Wins Sherwood Singles Crown

WESTLAKE, CALIF. -- USC senior Roberto Quiroz snagged the first title of 2015 with a solo run to the singles championship at the Sherwood Collegiate Cup. He'd also team up with teammate Max de Vroome in doubles play,   more...

Bears Wrap up at USTA $10K Plantation Community Tennis Open

PLANTATION, Fla. – Three Baylor men’s tennis players opened 2015 by competing in the USTA Men’s $10K Plantation Community Tennis Open over the past four days at the Frank Veltri Tennis   more...