QC Women's Tennis Recognized In ITA RankingsThe Queens College women's tennis team ranks 41st nationally in the first set of Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings, released by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. The Knights are additionally ranked second in the East region.
ECC Announces Women's Tennis All-Conference SelectionsA quartet of Queens College women's tennis players were recognized with East Coast Conference All-Conference honors, the league announced. Senior Angelika Sobiecka, junior Emy Alplund and sophomores Laura Ortega Jover and Line Sorsdahl Aasen were all named to the Second Team ledger, while head coach Alan Nagel was named ECC Coach of the Year.
Women's Tennis Advances To ECC Championship FinalThe second seeded Queens College women's tennis team advanced to the final of the East Coast Conference Championship with a 5-1 victory over third seed LIU Post Friday afternoon in the semifinal round.
Women's Tennis Clinches Second Seed In ECC ChampionshipThe Queens College women's tennis team clinched the second seed in the 2016 East Coast Conference championship following an 8-1 setback to NYIT Monday afternoon. In a meeting of unbeaten teams, the visiting Bears earned the victory and the regular season championship.
Women’s Tennis Sweeps Daemen In Unkind TemperaturesThe Queens College women’s tennis team continued their unbeaten streak by picking up a 5-0 win over the Wildcats of Daemen College Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Knights improved their overall record to 8-0, 6-0 in ECC, while the Wildcats dropped to 6-10 overall and 1-5 in conference action. The match was shortened and played to decision due to temperatures below 50 degrees at the Ellicott Tennis Courts.
Women's Tennis Comes From Behind To Stay UnbeatenThe Queens College women's tennis team moved to 6-0 on the season with a 5-4 victory over LIU Post Tuesday afternoon. With the match knotted at four, freshman Araceli Bel Aleixendri clinched the match with a 6-4, 6-3 victory in 6th singles.
Women's Tennis Triumphs Over UDC In Season OpenerUDC was selected, as the third best team in the ECC and in the past has been a strong candidate for the NCAA. However Queens once again, was victorious against this strong opponent winning by a score of 8-1.