Lynn University women’s tennis players Klaudia Boczova and Eliska Petrackova each picked up Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-America honors with the announcement of the final national rankings released this week. Boczova is named a singles All-American while joining Petrackova with doubles All-America plaudits.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced the 2017-18 Division II regional award winners this week, with Lynn University’s Klaudia Boczova being named the women’s tennis South Region Senior Player of the Year.
The Lynn University athletic department hosted its seventh annual Student-Athlete Recognition Awards show on Wednesday evening, handing out a record 44 awards to Fighting Knight student-athletes while also inducting the 18th Hall of Fame class.
A showdown of two top-5 Division II women’s tennis squads with a berth to the national tournament on the line lived up to the hype on Sunday as fifth-ranked Lynn University and third-ranked West Florida battled down to the wire. The third-seeded Argos edged the second-seeded Fighting Knights in the final singles match for a 5-4 victory in the NCAA South Region II Championship.
Klaudia Boczova of the Lynn University women’s tennis team was announced as the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year on Friday, as voted on by the league’s women’s tennis coaches. In addition, she earns a spot on the All-SSC Singles First Team and All-SSC Doubles First Team alongside Eliska Petrackova, while Federica Mordegan was tabbed to the All-SSC Singles Second Team.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team was unable to keep up with a high-powered Barry University squad in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament title match on Saturday. The top-ranked and No. 1 seeded Bucs claimed the championship over fifth-ranked and second-seeded Lynn with a 5-1 final decision.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team kept the ball rolling on Friday morning as the fifth-ranked and second-seeded Fighting Knights bested 30th-ranked and sixth-seeded Nova Southeastern University in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament semifinals, 5-1.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team got off to a bit of a slow start on Thursday morning but quickly hit its stride as the fifth-ranked and second-seeded Fighting Knights posted a 5-0 victory over 32nd-ranked and seventh-seeded Tampa in the quarterfinals of the Sunshine State Conference Championship.
In what seems to be becoming a trend this spring, Lynn University’s Klaudia Boczova and Dryden Brous were both again tabbed as Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday. Boczova claims the women’s tennis Player of the Week plaudit while Brous is named the men’s lacrosse Specialist of the Week.
For the fourth time this season, Klaudia Boczova of the Lynn University women’s tennis team has been tabbed as the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.
South Florida’s women’s tennis rivalry between Lynn University and Barry University did not fail to disappoint with excitement once again as the No. 4 Bucs pulled out a 5-4 Sunshine State Conference victory over the No. 7 Fighting Knights on Tuesday. Klaudia Boczova recorded two big wins for the Blue and White while Barry clinches the SSC regular season championship.
Four of the six singles matches went to three sets on Saturday as Lynn University’s women’s tennis team hosted Saint Leo University in Sunshine State Conference action. The seventh-ranked Fighting Knights did just enough to secure a 5-4 victory over the ninth-ranked Lions to remain undefeated in league play.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team bounced back following a tough one-point loss at home earlier this week as the fourth-ranked Fighting Knights went on the road Saturday and dropped Embry-Riddle in Sunshine State Conference action, 8-1.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) and Oracle unveiled the latest Division II National Rankings on Wednesday, debuting computerized rankings for the first time ever in Division II. Lynn University’s women’s tennis team occupies the No. 4 position.
Lynn University’s fourth-ranked women’s tennis team rebounded from an early deficit following doubles but could not hold on as the Fighting Knights had their 10-match winning streak snapped on Wednesday in a 5-4 setback to No. 13 Columbus State University.
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.