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.
Lynn University Athletic Director Devin Crosby has invited six NCAA Division I schools to take on the Division II Fighting Knights during the 2017–18 season. Dubbed the South Florida Showdown, the nine-game series will be hosted by Lynn beginning in August.
Three star tennis student-athletes from Lynn University have been selected to the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division II At-Large Teams, as announced on Wednesday. Jean-Baptiste Mateo and Rosalie Willig were chosen to the second team while Grace Mpassy picks up third-team honors.
Rosalie Willig, Grace Mpassy and Stefanie Stemmer of the Lynn University women’s tennis team have been tabbed as 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Americans, as announced with the final national rankings of the season this week. Willig claims All-America honors in both singles and doubles, while Mpassy earns the distinction in singles with Stemmer joining Willig in doubles.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team was on the doorstep of the ultimate goal on Saturday morning but was unable to get past high-powered Barry University. The third-ranked Fighting Knights found themselves in an early hole, ultimately suffering at 5-0 defeat to the second-ranked Bucs in the 2017 NCAA Division II National Championship match.
Lynn University’s third-ranked women’s tennis squad appeared in top form on Friday morning in the NCAA Division II National Semifinals. The Fighting Knights commanded doubles play before sweeping No. 6 Hawaii Pacific University, 5-0, to secure a spot in tomorrow’s national championship match against Barry University.
Good fortune continues to follow the Lynn University women’s tennis program. In the morning the Fighting Knights moved to the NCAA Division II National Semifinals and in the afternoon two student-athletes were honored for their academic achievement.
As the heat turns up, so does the play of the Fighting Knights. Lynn University’s third-ranked women’s tennis team made quick work of a talented Columbus St. squad on Thursday morning in the NCAA Division II National Quarterfinals. The Blue and White posted a 5-0 triumph over the fourth-ranked Cougars and now advance to the Final Four for the first time since 2011.
Christina Diabo and Sydney Lepselter host the final edition in the 2016-17 season of the Knightly Review that features extended interviews with Leanne Wright and Miguel Ceballos in the Senior Spotlight.
Straight-set wins from the bottom half of Lynn University’s singles lineup on Wednesday helped the third-ranked Fighting Knights clinch a 5-1 victory over 13th-ranked University of Indianapolis in the opening round of the 2017 NCAA Division II National Championship. Following a 2-1 advantage after doubles, the Blue and White closed out the match at the four, five and six singles flights to make their return to the national quarterfinals.
The women's tennis NCAA Division II National Championship bracket has been set, with Lynn University's third-ranked Fighting Knights matched up against 13th-ranked University of Indianapolis in the Round of 16. Lynn heads to Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs, Fla. on Monday, with tennis action set to commence on Wednesday, May 10.
Lynn University received a record number of donations and pledges at the 25th anniversary of its Robino Golf Tournament on April 24. The Fighting Knights’ largest fundraiser of the year raised $101,895 for athletic scholarships.
For the third consecutive year, Lynn University’s third-ranked women’s tennis team is headed back to the NCAA National Championships following a 5-0 win over seventh-ranked and third-seeded West Florida on Tuesday in the South Region II Championship.
Rosalie Willig finishes her Lynn University women’s tennis career as an eight-time All-Sunshine State Conference selection with the league’s announcement of the 2017 awards on Friday. Willig and Grace Mpassy notched All-SSC First Team nods in both singles and doubles while Stefanie Stemmer and Diana Bogolii earn separate All-SSC First Team honors in doubles.
In the most recent edition of the Oracle/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Collegiate Tennis Division II National Rankings announced this week, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team is slated third in the country while multiple individuals are represented in singles and doubles.
ynn University’s athletics department handed out 38 awards to student-athletes and inducted four new Hall of Fame members at the annual Student-Athlete Recognition Awards show on Tuesday night, held at the Wold Performing Arts Center on campus.
Lynn University's second-ranked women's tennis team drew the second seed in the South Region on Tuesday evening and will serve as the host site for the South Regional #2 bracket this upcoming Monday and Tuesday at the Perper Tennis Complex. The Blue & White return to the NCAA Tournament for the 21st consecutive season.
In what appeared to be a slight sense of déjà vu, Lynn University’s second-ranked and second-seeded women’s tennis team went match-for-match with the third-ranked and top-seeded Barry University Buccaneers in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament title match for the second year in a row. Following an intense 4-4 tie, the championship came down to the final singles match on Sunday, but unlike last year, the Bucs came away with the 5-4 victory.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team was off to a good start Saturday afternoon in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Championship match, building a 2-1 lead through doubles play before the rain started. After a short delay, singles competition has been postponed until tomorrow morning, Sunday, April 23 at 10 a.m.
Lynn University’s second-ranked and second-seeded women’s tennis team produced another dominant 5-0 victory in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament on Friday, dropping the 25th-ranked and third-seeded Florida Southern Mocs to clinch a spot in tomorrow’s final with hopes of a title defense.