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Violets compete in NY DIII Championships

Violets compete in NY DIII Championships

By Bobby Wagner, Contributing Writer

October 16, 2014


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Women's tennis experienced some individual success at their last fall tournament

Tennis duo heads to Nationals

Tennis duo heads to Nationals

By Anne Cruz, Contributing Writer

October 7, 2014


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Women's tennis players Laila El Dessouki and Carmen Lai will take part in the doubles portion of the ITA Small College Championships this Thursday to Saturday

Tennis duo advances to nationals

Tennis duo advances to nationals

By Michael Thompson, Contributing Writer

September 30, 2014


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Two NYU women's tennis players advanced to the USTA/ITA Small College Championships for the first time in program history

Track impresses over weekend, Golf, Tennis fall short

Track impresses over weekend, Golf, Tennis fall short

April 28, 2014


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Men’s and women’s track and field competed at the University Athletic Association Outdoor Championship this past weekend with mixed results. The tournament was held at the University of Chicago and spanned two days. The women’s team finished fourth out of seven teams, registering 81 points. Washingt...

Sports Weekend Wrap-up: Oct. 11-15

Sports Weekend Wrap-up: Oct. 11-15

October 17, 2013


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  Ithaca College hosted the New York State Championships on Sunday, Oct. 13, where NYU’s women’s tennis team finished its fall season. Sunday concluded tournament play, where two number-one seeded Violets — Gallatin junior Mari Tzakis and LSP sophomore Madeline King — competed in the fin...

Women’s tennis doubles team proves to be dynamic duo

Women’s tennis doubles team proves to be dynamic duo

October 3, 2013


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  Tennis wasn’t Stern sophomore Alison Wang’s first choice. Actually, she began her athletic career with ice skating. She only started playing tennis at the suggestion of her parents. While she heeded their advice, she saw it as a recreational sport. “I didn’t start to take [tennis] ser...

Women’s tennis makes strong start

Women’s tennis makes strong start

September 25, 2012


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The weather was merciless for the NYU women’s tennis team this past weekend, forcing the entire Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Regional Tournament to move indoors. Hosted by William Smith College in Geneva, NY, this competition was the opening intercollegiate competitive match of the...