Still bothered by nagging injuries, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team was able to pull out a 6-3 Sunshine State Conference victory on the road at Florida Tech on Saturday, marking the 10th consecutive win for the top-ranked Fighting Knights.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team has not had a Sunshine State Conference match in nearly a month but the top-ranked Fighting Knights picked up their second league win of the season on Thursday with an 8-1 triumph over visiting Palm Beach Atlantic.
It was just another day at the office for Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team as the Fighting Knights bested Auburn Montgomery at home on Wednesday, 8-1. Lynn’s only loss was at No. 6 singles due to an injury default.
The No. 1 team in NCAA Division II and the No. 1 team in the NAIA went to battle on Saturday with Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team securing a 5-3 win on the road over top-ranked Georgia Gwinnett College to round out the 2018 Grizzly Spring Break Invitational.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team appeared to be on its way to a clean 9-0 victory at the Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzly Spring Break Invitational on Friday before two injuries plagued the Blue and White in singles play. The top-ranked Fighting Knights still posted a strong 7-2 win over North Georgia in a neutral-site matchup.
After not seeing the court in competition for over two weeks, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team did not appear to have accumulated the slightest bit of rust as the top-ranked Fighting Knights flew past the Hillsdale College Chargers in nonconference play on Monday afternoon, 9-0.
Francais Olexa of the Lynn University softball team and Natalie Kallmunzerova of the Fighting Knights’ women’s tennis squad have each been tabbed Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.
The Lynn University’s women’s tennis team saw itself trailing after doubles play on Friday but strong singles play lifted the top-ranked Fighting Knights to a 6-3 victory at 17th-ranked Florida Southern College in the squad’s first Sunshine State Conference tilt of the season.
A 3-0 start through doubles play was all Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team needed to breeze through a talented Keiser University squad on Wednesday evening. The Fighting Knights then got help from the back end up their singles lineup in a 7-2 defeat over NAIA’s third-ranked Seahawks.
Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team bounced back on Sunday morning following a disappointing loss on Saturday and took care of business against a Top-10 squad. The Fighting Knights picked up the first five decisions of the morning en route to a 7-2 victory over No. 6 Flagler College.
Following a short delay as overnight rain occupied the Perper Tennis Complex early this morning, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team hosted NCAA Division I Stetson University on Saturday for the sixth installment of the South Florida Showdown. The Fighting Knights were not able to overcome a deficit from doubles play as the Hatters secured a 7-2 victory.
A starting lineup that featured five new players proved to be no roadblock for the No. 1-ranked Lynn University women’s tennis team as the Fighting Knights routed NAIA's 25th-ranked St. Thomas in the 2018 season opener on Thursday night, 9-0.
Coming off a runner-up finish at the 2017 NCAA National Championship, Lynn University's women’s tennis team was picked No. 1 in the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Preseason Coaches Poll, as voted on by the league’s coaches and announced by the conference office on Thursday. The Fighting Knights received 97 total votes and seven first-place votes in the 2018 edition of the poll.
Diana Bogolii, Jan Abaza, Tereza Hejlova and Natalie Kallmunzerova of Lynn University’s women’s tennis team all made appearances in both singles and doubles with the announcement of the 2017 Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Division II Fall Rankings that were released last week.
Natalie Kallmunzerova added the first plaudit of her Blue and White career to her name on Saturday as the Lynn University women’s tennis newcomer won the ‘Flight A’ singles bracket, highlighting the Fighting Knights’ outing on the second day of the C.L. Varner Memorial Invitational.
Diana Bogolii and Jan Abaza of the Lynn University women’s tennis team wrapped up their weekend at the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Oracle Cup on Saturday, winning the Division II doubles third-place match.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis doubles pair of Jan Abaza and Diana Bogolii suffered a tough third-set superbreaker defeat on Friday in the Division II semifinals at the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Oracle Cup.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team embarked on its quest for a third consecutive Division II doubles national championship at the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Oracle Cup. Diana Bogolii and Jan Abaza won their first round match in straight sets on Thursday to advance to the DII semifinals.
For the third year in a row, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team produced the doubles victors at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) South Region Championships. Diana Bogolii, winning the event for the third consecutive year, teamed up with newcomer Jan Abaza for a straight-set victory in the title match Monday morning. The duo now advances to the ITA Oracle Cup in October where they will compete on the national level.
A flurry of unfortunate injuries hindered Lynn University’s women’s tennis team’s momentum on the second and third days of the ITA South Region Championships this weekend, but the Fighting Knights are still in a position to bring home the doubles crown for the third year in a row. Diana Bogolii and newcomer Jan Abaza are locked in for tomorrow morning’s doubles final.
With two returners and two newcomers, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team had a flawless showing on the first day of the 2017 fall season, winning all of its matches without dropping a set at the ITA South Region Championships.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team proved its athletic excellence with a national runner-up finish in 2017 and on Tuesday demonstrated its academic prowess by earning ITA All-Academic Team honors along with six ITA Scholar Athlete awards.