The Boston University men’s tennis team picked up steam in its 7-0 win Tuesday against the College of Holy Cross as it heads toward the America East Tournament next Friday. The Terriers did not drop a single set and won all three doubles and all six singles matches in a swift victory on the Holy Cross courts.
With Opening Day in the rearview mirror, baseball is in the air. But before Boston switches its focus to Fenway, another, more subtle team, is vying for the city’s (or at least Boston University’s) attention: the No. 73 BU women’s tennis team.
After winning set one, 6-1, and taking a commanding 4-1 lead in set two, it looked as though No. 52 Virginia Commonwealth University freshman Alex Bara was going to put away Boston University women’s tennis senior Cori Lefkowith.
While many BU students were tanning on beaches over spring break, the men’s and women’s tennis teams were sweating it out on the court.
The Boston University women’s tennis team dominated Quinnipiac University, 7-0, while the men fell to the Bobcats, 5-2, Sunday at the Track and Tennis Center.
While the men were rocking out, the women were battling their way to two exciting finishes. This past weekend, the Boston University women’s tennis team opened its season by defeating Harvard University, 4-3, and barely losing an equally tight game against Brown University by the same 4-3 score.
Anchored by 3-0 singles performances from senior Danielle Abraham, junior Elizabeth Corrao and freshman walk-on Inayat Khosla, the Boston University women’s tennis team finished its fall season with a flourish this weekend at Dartmouth College’s Big Green Invitational in Hanover, N.H.
The Boston University women’s tennis team spent Halloween weekend competing at the Yale Invitational in New Haven, Conn., ‘-‘- its third and arguably most successful tournament of the fall season.
The Boston University’s women’s tennis team competed in the Wilson/Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Women’s Eastern Regional Championship over the past four days.