| 03.20.2018

Charles Crowley

Mixed luck in Vegas

Las Vegas is typically a place to win big, or lose big, but the Vandal women’s tennis team found a middle ground putting up mixed results with some big wins in the lower rounds in addition to some tough losses.

Vandal women compete hard at Jack Taylor invite

The Boise State Jack Taylor Inivitational is a challenging tournament and this weekend the Vandal women’s tennis team won some tough matches and gained valuable experience. Ale Lozano, Bety Flores, Constance Alexander, and Rita Bermudez are the four Vandals who took the always-anticipated trip down to Bronco territory. Idaho was unable to win any of……

Huge wins for Vandal tennis

Big wins for Abid Akbar and Marius Cirstea at Baylor and a doubles championship for Cesar Torres at Eastern Washington helped make the first competition weekend for the Vandal men’s tennis team a success.

Schedule to test Vandal tennis

Feeling more competitive than last fall, the Idaho tennis coaches have designed schedules to allow both the men’s and women’s teams chances to play at a higher level.

Breaking experience

Youthful players and their new coach overcame the odds this season as the Vandal women’s tennis team finished 19-8 overall and 4-2 in the WAC.

Fallen short

After smashing through the WAC Championship quarterfinal match, Idaho battled the Hawaii Warriors in the semifinals, but fell short.

Vandals get WAC win before streak ends

Idaho women’s tennis began its first home weekend on a four-match win streak and on the hunt for its first WAC win of the season. The Vandals (16-6, 1-1 WAC) beat the Nevada Wolf Pack (5-9, 0-2 WAC) in a grueling comeback victory Friday, getting theWAC win and increasing their win streak to five. But……

Finally home?

The University of Idaho women’s tennis team (15-5, 0-1 WAC) will play its first home matches of the season this weekend if the weather cooperates. Regardless of location, the matches will prove competitive.