Women's Tennis News

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Emma Onila Earns Her Third SSC Women's Tennis Player of Week Award

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry senior Emma Onila has been recognized for the third time this season as the Sunshine State Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Week presented by VALIC. Onila, who ranks seventh in singles play, returned to the top-ranked Buccaneers lineup after an injury and earned a 6-0, 6-2 victory over #8 Rollins'...  read more

Palm Beach Atlantic Agrees to Provisional Membership with SSC

WINTER PARK, Fla. (Conference News) – The Sunshine State Conference (SSC) has received official acceptance from Palm Beach Atlantic University to become a provisional member of the conference beginning July 1, 2014. Palm Beach Atlantic joins Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, who will also become a provisional member this July. “On...  read more

Women's Tennis Sweeps Tars on Senior Day

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University women's tennis swept Rollins, 9-0, Sunday on a day it began to say goodbye to seniors Cristina Valladares and Akemi Maehama. Both Valladares and Maehama won their final regular season singles matches at Buccaneer Tennis Center as the No. 1 Buccaneers improved to 19-1 overall, 7-0 in the Sunshine State...  read more

Women's Tennis No. 1 in ITA National Poll

SKILLMAN, N.J. -- Barry University women's tennis team is back at the top again. The Buccaneers earned the No. 1 ranking in the NCAA Division II national poll as voted on by coaches who belong to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. The Buccaneers (18-1) have beaten two of the teams ranked in the top four this season. Their only loss was a 5-4...  read more

No. 3 Women's Tennis Tames No. 4 Sea Warriors

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University's No. 3-ranked women's tennis team beat No. 4 Hawai'i Pacific, 5-2, Saturday at Buccaneer Tennis Center to improve to 18-1. It was the Bucs' second win over a top-five ranked opponent this season. Barry's lone loss came to NCAA Division I No. 63 North Florida. "It was a very good performance," Barry coach Avi...  read more

Women's Tennis Soars Past Eagles

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University women's tennis team beat Emory, 7-1, Friday to improve to 17-1 this season. The Buccaneers, ranked No. 3 in NCAA Division II, handed the Eagles, ranked No. 3 in Division III, their second loss of the season in 14 matches. It was Barry's second win in as many days. It sets up Saturday's 10 a.m. showdown...  read more

Women's Tennis Back on Track

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University women's tennis team wasn't about to let the remnants of its first regular season loss in three years last week linger long. The No. 3-ranked Buccaneers took care of that by beating No. 11 New York Institute of Technology, 7-2, Thursday. It improved Barry's record to 16-1 entering Friday's 3 p.m. match...  read more

Women's Tennis Falls To D-I Ospreys

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The third-ranked Barry Buccaneers had their win streak snapped at 15 in a 5-4 loss to the NCAA Division I North Florida Ospreys at the Buccaneer Tennis Center on Saturday. The Ospreys (7-2), ranked 63rd in Division I, swept the doubles in three very competitive matches. Simona Weymar and Rebela Pereira had the easiest time,...  read more

Women's Tennis Grounds Top-Ranked Warhawks

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers grounded the top-rated Warhawks of Auburn-Montgomery 8-1 at the Buccaneer Tennis Center on Thursday afternoon to stay unbeaten this year at 15-0. The Bucs swept the doubles, despite having to break up the top doubles team of Linda Fritschken and Emma Onilla. Fritschken paired with Blanka Szavay at number two...  read more

Women's Tennis Blanks Blue Raiders

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University's women's tennis team shut out Middle Tennessee State, 9-0, Wednesday. The NCAA Division II No. 3-ranked Buccaneers (14-0) secured their second win over a Division I opponent this year, dropping the Blue Raiders' record to 6-5. Still battling injuries, the Buccaneers used two different combinations in...  read more

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