The Southern Virginia University women’s tennis team competed this past weekend at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division III Southeast Regional Championships against a loaded field of talent.
The Southern Virginia University women’s tennis team recorded one of the best seasons in program history, finishing with a 14-7 record, the second-most wins in program history, and the second Capital Athletic Conference playoff appearance.
After a 9-0 sweep over Penn St.-Harrisburg on Saturday, the Southern Virginia University women’s tennis team clinched a spot in the Capital Athletic Conference tournament for the first time in program history.
After over five hours on court, the Southern Virginia University women’s tennis team was narrowly defeated by Capital Athletic Conference foe York College of Pennsylvania, 5-4 in the final home match of the regular season. Before the match, Director of Operations Ashley Adamson was recognized for her contributions to the program over the last four years, as a player and staff member.
The Southern Virginia University Women’s Tennis team took the road this weekend to play their first Capital Athletic Conference matches of the season. The Knights earned a well fought 8-1 win over Frostburg State on Friday before falling to a tough Christopher Newport team 9-0 on Saturday.
Southern Virginia university’s Rachel Christensen was named the Capital Athletic Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week after winning four key victories against Salem College and Meredith College.