2009-10 Women's Tennis News

  • Yeatman, Caire Ready for NCAA's
    May 28, 2010
    The top two players from Washington and Lee University women’s tennis will be pulling double duty over the weekend at the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Singles and Doubles Championships. Senior Lauren Caire and sophomore Ellen Yeatman will be competing in both brackets at the three-day event hosted by the University of Mary Washington.
  • Yeatman, Caire Fall in NCAA Play
    May 28, 2010
    Washington and Lee women’s tennis players senior Lauren Caire and sophomore Ellen Yeatman participated in the 2010 NCAA Division III Singles and Doubles Championships, hosted by the University of Mary Washington, on Friday in Fredericksburg. They each lost their singles matches, and then fell in the doubles portion of the bracket.
  • W&L Falls to Emory in Third Round
    May 16, 2010
    The sixth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s tennis team fell to fourth-ranked Emory University, 5-0, on Sunday afternoon in the third round of the NCAA Women’s Division III Tournament at the Woodruff Physical Education Center on the campus of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. A day earlier, W&L defeated Vassar, 5-0.
  • NCAA Announces Women's Tennis Bracket
    May 11, 2010
    The NCAA announced its field for the Division III Women’s Tennis Tournament on Monday evening and Washington and Lee University earned the sixth-overall seed in the national tournament. W&L, currently 18-5 this season and ranked sixth in the nation, earned its 17th consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament after claiming its 20th ODAC championship.
  • W&L Dominates Women's Tennis 1st Team
    April 30, 2010
    W&L placed a student-athlete at each flight of the first team in the 2010 ODAC Women’s Tennis All-Conference Teams. Lauren Caire was named the ODAC Player of the Year, while Eric Ishida took home the top coaching award. Hollins saw Karen Montoya tabbed as the best freshman and Sarah Budrus honored with the ODAC/Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete Award.
  • W&L Women's Tennis Captures ODAC Title
    April 26, 2010
    The sixth-ranked and top-seeded Washington and Lee women's tennis team claimed a 5-0 victory over No. 2 seed Hollins in the championship match of the ODAC Tournament on Monday morning. The win marks the Generals 20th ODAC crown. They also received the ODAC's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, which begins on May 14.
  • Field For ODAC Women's Tennis Set
    April 20, 2010
    Washington and Lee will try to make it an even 20 wins of the ODAC women’s tennis crown over the weekend as the Generals (15-5 overall, 10-0 ODAC) enter play in the 2010 ODAC Women’s Tennis Tournament as the top seed. Winner of the past seven conference championships, W&L is followed closely into the postseason by second seeded Hollins (13-2, 9-1).
  • WLU Tabbed First in Women's Tennis Poll
    February 19, 2010
    Washington and Lee collected 121 total points and received all 11 first place votes in the 2010 ODAC Women’s Tennis Preseason Poll. Bridgewater locks down the second position after picking up 90 points, while Virginia Wesleyan and Hollins are tight for third place with 84 and 83 points, respectively.
  • VWC Names Kahn as Tennis Director
    July 01, 2009
    Ed Kahn, a well-known individual in the Hampton Roads tennis loop for nearly 30 years, has been named the Director of Tennis by VWC. Kahn was on staff last season as the assistant coach. He now takes over the Director's spot vacated by Frank Early.