The Spiders beat Georgetown University 6-1 Thursday, finishing the season with a four-game winning streak. They now wait to hear who they will play in A-10s.
Despite an injury-filled season, the Spiders are happy with the momentum they have going now, which will help take them into the A-10 tournament on April 18.
The freshmen Spiders helped win singles and doubles matches early on Thursday, which played a big part in the team’s victory over the East Carolina Pirates.
The Spiders’ win on Wednesday against the Bearcats, a strong opponent, was due to impressive performances from both singles and doubles players.
The Tennis team hopes to win the A-10 championship for the fifth year in a row. The season’s first match went well for the men, but not for the women.
With the University of Richmond tennis teams’ regular seasons coming during the spring season, both are playing in fall tournaments in preparation.
Joanna Matuszczyk, women’s tennis player, defeated her Georgetown University opponent to help her team win its eight match of the season.
Elizabeth Sims, freshman tennis player, helped lead the Spiders the its third consecutive A-10 Championship with straight set victories over Charlotte, GW, and SLU.
The University of Richmond women’s tennis team is trying to claim its third consecutive A-10 title in Charlottesville, Va., this weekend.
The University of Richmond women’s tennis team defeated West Virginia University 7-0 on Friday. It’s Richmond’s first shutout of the season.