Junior Reehan Rashad of the Queens College women’s tennis team moved on to the round of 16 in the singles main draw of the ITA East Regional Championships with a victory in her lone match on the second day of competition Saturday.
The Queens College women’s tennis team competed at the first day of the ITA East Regional Championships on Friday. Senior Emy Alplund and sophomore Louisa Brunetti were the lone Knights to earn victories on day one.
Queens College will be co-hosting the 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division II East Regional Championships Presented by Oracle with Adelphi University this coming weekend. The regionals will be held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows.
The Queens College women's tennis team kept its unbeaten streak rolling with an 8-1 road victory over Wilmington (Del.) University on Saturday. Entering the match after sweeping their last three opponents, Queens has won seven or more individual matches in each of their five contests on the season.
The Queens College women’s tennis team remained undefeated after recording its third consecutive sweep over an East Coast Conference (ECC) opponent on Friday, taking down the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), 9-0, on the road.
For the second day in a row, the Queens College women’s tennis team swept an East Coast Conference (ECC) opponent, this time rolling past Daemen College, 9-0, from the QC Tennis Courts on Saturday afternoon.
Junior Reehan Rashad of the Queens College women’s tennis team was named the first East Coast Conference (ECC) Player of the Week of the 2017 fall season on Tuesday following her performance in the Knights’ 7-2 season-opening win over West Liberty at home on Friday.
The Queens College women’s tennis teams opened up the fall season on a winning note on Friday, as the Knights took down West Liberty in a 7-2 decision from the QC Tennis Courts. The Hilltoppers went 12-5 last season and were ranked in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region rankings.
The Queens College women’s tennis team was selected second in the East Coast Conference (ECC) Women’s Tennis Preseason Poll on Monday, as voted upon by the league’s head coaches. Queens garnered 58 points overall and two first-place votes.
Seven Queens College tennis student-athletes were recognized with academic awards from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) this week. Four members of the Queens women’s tennis team and three members of the men’s tennis team picked up Scholar-Athlete honors. In addition, the Knights’ women’s tennis team was named an All-Academic Team.
The Queens College Department of Athletics hosted its annual Year-End Awards Banquet on Tuesday evening at the Harbor Links. The department celebrated the many accomplishments from the 2016-17 season and handed out major department awards, while each team distributed individual sport awards.