The Brandeis women's tennis team capped its regular season today with a 7-2 win over Trinity (Conn.) College. Senior Ariana Sanai, playing in her final collegiate home match, earned points in both singles and doubles, including the point that clinched victory for the Judges.
The sixth-seeded Brandeis women's tennis team won a pair of tiebreakers to clinch doubles matches, and then went 3-2 in singles action to take a 5-3 win over host Case in the consolation semifinals of the UAA tournament. The Judges fell to 14th-ranked Washington University, 6-1, in the fifth-place match to finish sixth overall
Because of inclement weather, the first round of matches at the 2010 UAA Women's Tennis championships were played to decision. The sixth-seeded Brandeis women fell to third-seeded and 10th-ranked Carnegie Mellon, 5-0. The Judges will take on host Case in the consolation bracket semifinals.
Three Brandeis student-athletes have received recent University Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors. Junior Rachel Rosman was honored for women's tennis for April 5, while senior Chelsea Korp and junior Charles Sacks were recognized for softball and golf, respectively, on April 12.
The Brandeis women's tennis team, ranked No. 28 in the nation in the most recent ITA Division III poll released today, dropped its final match before the University Athletic Association championships, falling to No. 17 Tufts, 9-0.
After compiling an 8-5 win at No. 1 doubles, junior Rachel Rosman and rookie Faith Broderick went on to earn 6-0, 6-0 wins at the top two singles positions to lead the 28th-ranked Brandeis women's tennis team to a 7-2 victory over Connecticut College.
The Brandeis women's tennis team dropped two of three doubles matches, but the bottom of the singles line-up came through, guiding the Judges to a 5-4 victory over host MIT today. Sophomore Nina Levine helped Brandeis to victory with wins at No. 3 doubles and No. 5 singles.
The 28th-ranked Brandeis women's tennis team fell for the first time in three matches today as the Judges dropped a 7-2 decision to Wellesley College today. Juniors Rachel Rosman and Mackenzie Gallegos provided the wins at second and fourth singles.
The Brandeis women's tennis team, which improved one spot to No. 28 in the nation in the most recent ITA Division III national poll, won all six singles and two of three doubles matches today as the Judges defeated host Babson College. With the win, the Judges improve to 6-5 on the season.
On a beautiful Saturday afternoon in Lewiston, Maine, the Brandeis University tennis teams earned a split with host Bates College. The 29th-ranked women edged the Bobcats, 5-4, with senior Ariana Sanai clinching the match at No. 3 singles, but the men fell to the 15th-ranked hosts, 6-3.
The Brandeis women's tennis team earned a split this weekend in a pair of matches at Middlebury College. The 27th-ranked Judges fell to the host Panthers, ranked No. 15 in Division III, 7-2, but bounced back to top UAA rivals NYU, 5-3. Senior Rachel Rosman went 4-0 on the weekend.
Senior Ariana Sanai and sophomore Nina Levine posted a win at No. 3 doubles, but the Brandeis women's tennis team dropped two third-break super tie-breakers as the Judges fell to Hillsborough, 8-1. The Hawks are the top ranked juco in the nation.
For the third-straight match, the Brandeis women's tennis team split their singles matches, but it wasn't enough to overcome a doubles sweep as the Judges fell to Division II Palm Beach Atlantic University, 6-3, on their February break trip. Four of the six singles matches went to three sets, but the Judges were only able to win one of those.
The Brandeis women's tennis team, ranked No. 29 in Division III, dropped their second-straight match to a ranked Division II foe, falling to No. 25 Florida Tech, 6-3. After dropping the doubles matches, the Judges split singles action, winning at No. 2, 4 and 6.
The Brandeis women's tennis team, ranked 29th in Division III, dropped the opener of their spring season, falling to the No. 46-ranked team in Division II, Flagler College, by an 8-1 score. Rookie Faith Broderick claimed the only point for the Judges at second singles.
Though they haven't played a match since October 16, the Brandeis tennis teams, under fifth-year coach Ben Lamanna, are having a successful off-season. In the final ITA poll of the fall season, the Judge women were ranked 29th in the nation. Meanwhile, the Brandeis men have been productive off the court, volunteering on a weekly basis with the ACEing Autism program in Wayland, Mass.
The Brandeis women's tennis team lost just one set as they completed a 3-0 fall season by sweeping crosstown rival Bentley College today. The Judges earned 8-1 wins at both No. 1 and No. 3 doubles, while rookie Faith Broderick lost just one game at No. 2 singles.
A trio of juniors, Tiffany Pacheco of women's soccer, Paul Norton of men's cross country and Rachel Rosman of women's tennis, have been selected as the first University Athletic Association athlete of the week selections from Brandeis for 2009-10.
The women's tennis team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 9-0 victory over Simmons College. The Judges lost just four games in doubles action and had four different sets in which they did not lost a game in singles play.
Two newcomers to the line-up, sophomore Sarah Richman and rookie Faith Broderick helped earn three of the Judges' eight points as the Brandeis women's tennis team, ranked No. 14 in the East, knocked off No. 12 Wheaton College, 8-1.