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Topic: Men’s Tennis


First-years find success in tennis tournaments

September 22, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Men’s and the women’s tennis teams saw action in individual tournaments this weekend, with matches featuring victories from newcomers and veterans alike.

Jacob Laser ’15 smashes a forehand shot at his opponent. Laser is one of just two seniors left on a Bears squad lacking upperclassman leadership.


New coach brings hope for men’s tennis

September 12, 2014 Comments are Disabled

With a new head coach and missing two of last year’s upperclassmen, men’s tennis prepares to open its season with the Brown Invitational starting Friday.


Tennis teams fall to Harvard, Dartmouth

April 21, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The men’s and women’s tennis teams both fell to Ivy foes Harvard and Dartmouth this weekend in blows to each team’s conference record.

Brandon Burke ’14, above, and teammate Sam Fife ’14 earned a doubles win against Penn Saturday.


Women’s tennis splits weekend, while men fall twice in Ivy play

April 7, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Both the men’s and the women’s tennis teams battled this weekend in their first Ivy League matches of the season.

Hannah Camhi ’16, a Herald staff writer, won singles and doubles matches against both Florida Atlantic and Florida International last week. The women’s team moved to 11-6 as it prepares for upcoming Ivy League play.


Men’s and women’s tennis each split two Florida matches

March 31, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The men’s and women’s tennis teams garnered mixed results in their Sunshine State swing over spring break, with each squad notching one win and one loss.

Hannah Camhi ’16, a Herald staff writer, returns a shot from the back corner of the court. Camhi won both her matches, against Providence and URI, in straight sets as part of an Ocean State sweep for the Bears this weekend.


Men’s tennis splits two on road, women sweep three at home

March 3, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The men’s tennis team split on the road in North Carolina this weekend, falling to No. 40 Elon University 4-3 but defeating Gardner-Webb University 6-1.

Justin To ’15 earned a point for the Bears with a singles victory against Penn this weekend. Coming back from an injury, he holds the top position in both the singles and doubles categories.


Tennis just off mark at ECACs

February 19, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The men’s tennis team fell to Cornell 4-2 and to Penn 4-3 in two tight matches in the ECAC Championships this weekend.


Men’s Tennis: To ’15.5 takes Harvard Invite

November 4, 2013 1 comment

The players plan to use the winter layoff to nurse lingering injuries and tweak their styles of play.

Daniel Hirschberg ’15, above, and Greg Garcia ’17 advanced into the quarterfinals of the doubles bracket before falling to a Harvard pair. Hirschberg was also one of two players to pick up a win in the singles draw.


Men’s tennis doubles go deep into draw, but singles struggle to advance

October 22, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Two of the teams’ three doubles pairs reached the quarterfinals of the tournament.

Co-captain David Neff ’14 said introducing head-to-head play this season has improved training for many of the team’s players.


In return home, men’s tennis sweeps Brown Invitational

October 8, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The tournament employed hidden dual matches to mirror the spring style of play.