The fifth-ranked Lynn University women’s tennis team flexed its muscles on the road Saturday afternoon in a convincing 6-1 win over seventh-ranked Saint Leo University in both team’s Sunshine State Conference opener.
The fifth-ranked Lynn University women’s tennis team opened up its 2019 campaign on Tuesday night, dominating the St. Thomas (Fla.) Bobcats in nonconference action, 7-0. The Fighting Knights surrendered just two total games over eight matches.
Lynn University's women's tennis team was picked No. 2 in the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Preseason Coaches Poll, as voted on by the league's coaches and announced by the conference office on Friday.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team wrapped up the second day of competition on Saturday at the ITA South Region Championships. With a victory, Federica Mordegan and Eliska Petrackova advanced to the quarterfinal round of the doubles draw.
Eleonora Liga and Eliska Petrackova will compete for singles titles tomorrow at the PBA Sailfish Invite following the Lynn University women’s tennis team’s showing Saturday on the second day of the tournament.
Lynn University's women's tennis team demonstrated its academic prowess by earning Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team honors on Tuesday along with seven ITA Scholar-Athlete awards.
We are pleased to share the student-athletes’ success in the classroom as the Fighting Knights earned a 3.27 department GPA for the semester. An impressive 38 students posted a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring. The Fighting Knights shined in the classroom during the 2017-18 academic year with a department GPA of 3.32, while 210 student-athletes earned a 3.0 GPA or better.
A record 1,301 student-athletes were named to the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll, announced Tuesday by Commissioner Ed Pasque. A total of 238 student-athletes carried a perfect 4.00 grade-point average for the semester, including 24 Fighting Knights.
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.