Entries tagged with ‘gustavus women’s tennis’

Hartmann Takes Fifth At ITA Oracle Cup

Gustavus women’s tennis player Briana Hartmann (Jr., Owatonna, Minn.) won the ITA Oracle Cup consolation final 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 over Kate Daugherty of Southwestern on Saturday, taking fifth place in the nation.

Hartmann Advances To ITA Oracle Cup Consolation Final

Briana Hartmann (Jr., Owatonna, Minn.) won a two-hour, 40-minute consolation semifinal match against Rachel Summers of Mary Washington by a score of 5-7, 6-4, 4-1 (retired) Friday at the ITA Oracle Cup. Summers retired in the third set due to the heat and long points.

Hartmann Drops Opening Match At ITA Oracle Cup To Defending Champ

Gustavus women’s tennis player Briana Hartmann (Jr., Owatonna, Minn.) lost in the first round of the ITA Oracle Cup on Thursday to No. 1 seed and three-time defending national champion Eudice Chong of Wesleyan 6-1, 6-1.

Briana Hartmann To Compete In ITA Oracle Cup

Gustavus women’s tennis player Briana Hartmann (Jr., Owatonna, Minn.) is set to compete in the ITA Oracle Cup on Thursday in Rome, Ga. The eight-player singles tournament features the eight regional champions from throughout the country. Hartmann will take on No. 1 seed Eudice Chong of Wesleyan at 9 a.m. EST Thursday. The winner will face the winner of Rachel Summer of Mary Washington and Claire Handa of Chicago.

Briana Hartmann Wins ITA Midwest Regional Singles Title, Earns All-America

Gustavus women’s tennis player Briana Hartmann (Jr., Owatonna, Minn.) won the ITA Midwest Regional singles championship Sunday with a convincing 6-1, 6-1 decision over Jillian Wallace of UW-Whitewater. Hartmann and Wallace both earned upset victories to reach the title match as each was seeded in the Nos. 9-16 slots. As one of eight region champions, Hartmann captures the 41st All-America award in the history of Gustavus women’s tennis and first since 2011 when three Gusties were named All-America (Sam Frank, Marianne Barau, Megan Gaard).

Briana Hartmann Advances To ITA Midwest Regional Semifinal

The final four singles and doubles pairings at the ITA Midwest Regional are set after Saturday’s play. In singles play, Jillian Wallace of UW-Whitewater will face Natalie Wijesinghe of UW-Eau Claire, while Alex Talyansky of UW-Whitewater will take on Braina Hartmann of Gustavus. In doubles, top-seed Resnick and French of Coe will face No. 4 seed McGuire and Wallace of UW-Whitewater, while Bellissimo and Spahn of UW-La Crosse will take on Henderson and Wijesinghe of UW-Eau Claire.

Day One Of ITA Midwest Regional Complete, Multiple Gusties Advance

Day one of the ITA Midwest Regional Championships and Gustie Fall Invite is complete as singles play moved on to at least the round of 32 with doubles in the round of 16 in the ITA tourney, while the Fall Invite singles draws are set up for the championship matches in each of the eight flights.

Gustavus To Host ITA Women’s Tennis Midwest Regional Championships

Gustavus Adolphus College is set to host the 2017 ITA Midwest Regional Championships presented by Oracle in St. Peter, Minn. this weekend. The tournament runs from Friday, September 22 through Sunday, September 24 and will feature 30 of the top teams in the region at eight sites throughout St. Peter and Mankato.

Women’s Tennis Earns ITA Academic Awards

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced the 2017 All-Academic Teams and Scholar-Athletes last week. In all, 720 teams and 3,908 student-athletes across all five divisions of college tennis were honored. The Gustavus women’s tennis team earned the All-Academic Team award as well as four Gusties earning the Scholar-Athlete award.

Katie Aney Named CoSIDA Academic All-America

The 2017 College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America At-Large Teams were released Tuesday and Gustavus women’s tennis junior Katie Aney (Rochester, Minn.) was named to the 17-member Second Team, which features student-athletes who participated in fencing, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, swimming, tennis, and water polo. The CoSIDA Academic All-America Teams recognize the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom.