Topic: Women’s Tennis


Women’s tennis makes statement at Harvard

November 12, 2013 0 comments

The team won most of its matches each day of the tournament, with Dayna Lord ’17 as a standout.


Young women’s tennis standouts shine in Cambridge

October 25, 2013 0 comments

Lord ’17 opened her career with a 10-match winning streak, but was trumped by Columbia.

Hannah Camhi ’16, pictured above, and Dayna Lord ’17 were the stars in an otherwise difficult weekend. Lord and Camhi recorded victories on both the singles and doubles courts and Lord did not drop a singles match.


Women’s tennis team squares up against tough competition at Yale

October 7, 2013 0 comments

Brown faltered against highly ranked teams but saw consistent play from many doubles pairs.

Hannah Camhi ‘16, a First Team All-Ivy doubles player, lost in the singles final of the Bear Flight last weekend.


Underclassmen lead women’s tennis in Ivy title pursuit

September 24, 2013 1 comment

The team will attend various tournaments before starting its regular season this January.


Squad shakes off rust at Brown Invitational

September 30, 2011 0 comments

Julie Flanzer ’12 led the No. 52 women’s tennis team with a 5-1 record at its first competition last weekend. The Bears hosted the Brown Invitational — an exhibition to start off the season and wipe away the rust that accumulated over the summer.


Bright futures ahead for sophomore athletes

September 23, 2010 0 comments

Misia Krasowski ’13 and water polo player Svetozar Stefanovic ’13 arrived at Brown last fall as talented athletes, excited to help their respective teams. What the two did not expect was just how influential they would end up being.

Women’s tennis drops three matches, wins one

April 8, 2010 0 comments

The No. 62 women’s tennis team had a tough spring break schedule, facing three higher ranked teams — No. 13 Miami, No. 41 Florida International and No. 28 Princeton, last year’s Ivy League champion. In the end, the Bears could not pull any upsets, though they came close against Florida International.  They lost their competitions to Miami, Florida International and Princeton, 7-0, 4-3 and 5-2, respectively and dominated Penn, 7-0. 

Stony Brook, Buffalo no match for Bears

March 25, 2010 0 comments

The women’s tennis team extended its winning streak to five victories after defeating both Buffalo and Stony Brook, 5-2, on Sunday and Tuesday, respectively.