Wrapping up the 2018-2019 women’s tennis season, the Wilmington University team was represented in all three of the final Oracle/ITA Division II East Regional Rankings, as released by the organization on June 5.
Competing in its first NCAA Division II East regional Tournament Match on Monday, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team made a comeback effort against NYIT, but fell just short, 4-2, at the QC Tennis Center.
The No. 26th ranked Grand Valley State team was too much to handle for the Wilmington University women’s tennis team on the final day of its trip to the Latuchie Tennis Center, falling 7-0, on Sunday morning.
The Wilmington University women’s tennis team won a doubles match and picked up a win at number four singles, but nationally 20th ranked Wayne State (Michigan) earned the victory, 6-1, at the Latuchie Tennis Center on Saturday night.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is concluding it's "My Hometown" Feature Series, highlighting four Wilmington University student-athletes and the hometown that shaped them into the people they are today.
The 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Fall All-Academic Teams have been announced by Commissioner Dan Mara, with Wilmington University placing 25 student-athletes on the list for their respective sports.
The home of the Wilmington University women’s tennis team is receiving a facelift this offseason, and it begins with the opening of its indoor facility, as the Delcastle Tennis Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, December 7 to officially mark a new era in the New Castle County tennis community.
The home of the Wilmington University women's tennis team received a facelift following the end of the fall season. Delcastle Tennis Center now features a state of the art indoor facility with six courts, a mezzanine with views of all six courts, two kitchenettes, and two locker rooms, as well as renovations to the six outdoor courts. The county held a special ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, Deember 7, officially opening the indoor facility. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
The women's tennis team defeated USciences, 4-0, and Concordia, 4-0, in the 2018 CACC Tournament to win its first CACC Championship in only its third year as a program. Begona Gomar was named the Tournament MVP while Laura Gil, Tess Paya, and Anushka Sathe were also named to the All-Tournament Team. The Wildcat earn the CACC's automatic berth into the NCAA East Regional Tournament in May. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
A dominating performance in the singles portion of the 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship secured the Wilmington University women’s tennis team’s first CACC Tournament Championship, 4-0, over Concordia, in only the program’s third year of existence.
For the second year in a row, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team advances to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship match, defeating USciences, 4-0, on Saturday in the Semifinals at the Edgewood Bath & Tennis Club.
After capturing its first share of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team was rewarded with two student-athletes being named All-CACC while head coach Brad Rose was named the CACC Coach of the Year, as announced by the conference office.
An all-round solid week of contests played by the Wilmington University athletics programs resulted in five student-athletes being named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week, with three more making the Honor Roll.
For the first time in its three years as a program, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team clinched a share of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship with a 6-1 victory over Chestnut Hill on Sunday in the regular season finale.
The Wilmington University women’s tennis team came out on top today with a 5-0 sweep over the University of the Sciences at the Delcastle Tennis Center in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup Saturday afternoon.
The Wilmington University women’s tennis team took all nine matches from Jefferson, winning the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference contest, 7-0, on Saturday afternoon at the Delcastle Tennis Center.
The Wilmington University women’s tennis team went down to the wire with the reigning Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Champions, but narrowly dropped a 4-3 match with crosstown rival Goldey-Beacom College on Wednesday afternoon at The Sanford School.
The 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference and home opener went according to plan for the Wilmington University women’s tennis team, as the Wildcats swept Caldwell, 7-0, on Saturday afternoon at the Delcastle Tennis Center.