Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team continued its hot play on Thursday at the NCAA National Championships, posting a 4-0 shutout over No. 12 North Georgia in the quarterfinals. The Fighting Knights advance to the NCAA National Semifinals for the second time in the past three years.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced its 2018-19 NCAA Division II national award winners at tonight’s banquet prior to the start of the NCAA National Championships, with Lynn University's Leolia Jeanjean being named the women's tennis National Senior Player of the Year.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced the 2018-19 NCAA Division II regional award winners this week, with Lynn University's Leolia Jeanjean being named the women's tennis South Region Senior Player of the Year.
The women’s tennis NCAA Division II National Championship bracket has been set, with Lynn University's top-ranked Fighting Knights selected as the No. 3 seed. Lynn heads to Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs, Fla. on Monday, with tennis action set to commence on Wednesday, May 22.
Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team is heading back to the NCAA National Championships as the squad took down No. 3 Nova Southeastern on Tuesday, 4-0, to win the NCAA South Region II Championship. The Fighting Knights have now collected three titles so far this season, with the ultimate prize just four wins away.
After multiple rain delays and schedule adjustments, Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team finally took to the courts Monday evening, blanking No. 13 West Florida in the opening round of the NCAA South Regional, 4-0. The bottom half of the singles lineup carried the weight, clinching the match for the Fighting Knights.
Lynn University's top-ranked women's tennis team was selected as the third seed in the South Region on Tuesday evening and will head to Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for the preliminary rounds of the NCAA Division II Championship at the beginning of next week. The Fighting Knights return to the NCAA Tournament for the 23rd consecutive season.
Leolia Jeanjean of the Lynn University women’s tennis team was announced as the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year on Wednesday, as voted on by the league’s women’s tennis coaches. In singles, Jeanjean and Ulyana Grib were each named All-SSC First Team, Federica Mordegan was tabbed All-SSC Second Team and Eleonora Liga picked up Honorable Mention plaudits. Jeanjean and Grib were also selected to the All-SSC First Team Doubles.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis team - the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Regular Season and Tournament Champions – has reclaimed its rightful throne atop the Division II national rankings with today’s release of the Oracle/ITA National Rankings.
Following an undefeated regular season and the first Sunshine State Conference Regular Season Championship in program history, the second-ranked Lynn University women’s tennis team rounded out the 2019 title sweep on Sunday, shutting out sixth-ranked Nova Southeastern 4-0 to garner the SSC Tournament Championship for the 11th time in program history.
For the first time this season, Lynn University’s second-ranked women’s tennis team faced a deficit following doubles action, but four consecutive straight-set wins in singles competition gave the Fighting Knights a 4-1 victory over No. 3 Saint Leo on Saturday in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals.
The only opponent Lynn University’s women’s tennis team couldn’t take down this season appears to be the ITA’s computerized rankings as the Fighting Knights fall from the top spot to No. 2 with this week’s release of the Oracle/ITA National Rankings.
The 2019 slate of Sunshine State Conference women’s tennis matches concluded yesterday and it was announced today that the Lynn University women’s tennis team is crowned the 2019 SSC Regular Season Champions.
For the first time since 2009, the Lynn University women’s tennis team completed a perfect regular season as the Fighting Knights dropped 43rd-ranked Embry-Riddle in Sunshine State Conference action on Monday, 6-1.
Lynn University’s women’s tennis squad held its spot at the top, boasting the No. 1 ranking for the second consecutive week with Wednesday’s release of the Oracle/ITA National Rankings. Leolia Jeanjean cracked the top 10 of the singles national rankings.
The Lynn University men’s and women’s tennis teams were scheduled to wrap up regular-season Sunshine State Conference play this afternoon at Embry-Riddle, but that matches have been postponed due to inclement weather.
For the third consecutive week and the fourth time this season, Leolia Jeanjean of the Lynn University women’s tennis team was tabbed the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.
Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team hosted its last regular-season contest of the 2019 campaign on Monday afternoon, sweeping the Florid Tech Panthers in Sunshine State Conference competition, 7-0. Lynn improves to 18-0 for the first time since 2009.
Lynn University’s top-ranked women’s tennis team held an early 2-0 advantage over 22nd-ranked West Florida on Friday at a neutral site, but persistent rain in the area forced the match to be halted and canceled.
It may have come a week later than expected, but Lynn University’s women’s tennis team has claimed the No. 1 position in Division II with the latest release of the Oracle/ITA National Rankings on Wednesday. The Blue and White move up three spots from No. 4.
The freshly pegged top-ranked team in the country, Lynn University, did not disappoint on Wednesday evening as the Fighting Knights women’s tennis squad logged a 7-0 victory over fifth-ranked Nova Southeastern in Sunshine State Conference play.
It was another good showing out of the league office for Lynn University athletics as three Fighting Knights were named Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week on Monday. Collin McClelland from men’s lacrosse was named Defensive Player of the Week while Kay Bartmann and Leolia Jeanjean sweep the tennis Player of the Week awards for the second consecutive week.
Lynn University’s fourth-ranked women’s tennis team continued its hot stretch this week, picking up another Sunshine State Conference win on Saturday with a 7-0 victory over No. 12 Florida Southern College.
Following a pair of wins over ranked opponents last week, Lynn University’s women’s tennis team is back inside the top five of Division II with the latest release of the Oracle/ITA National Rankings this week. The Fighting Knights’ win over No. 1 Barry on Tuesday is not yet factored into the poll.