2017-18 Women's Tennis News

  • Tuesday’s Women’s Tennis Match vs. UMass Dartmouth Rescheduled for Friday
    September 18, 2017
    WORCESTER, Mass. – Due to rain in the forecast, tomorrow’s tennis match against UMass Boston has been postponed and rescheduled for Friday, September 22 at Wachusett Regional High School, 3:30 p.m.
  • Women's Tennis Drops First Match of Season to Plymouth State, 7-2
    September 16, 2017
    WORCESTER, Mass. – The Worcester State University women’s tennis team dropped its first game of 2017 the season to the visiting Plymouth State Panthers by a score of 7-2 in a Saturday afternoon Little East Conference (LEC) match at the Corash tennis courts.
  • Women’s Tennis Powers Through Becker College, 9-0
    September 11, 2017
    LEICESTER, Mass. – The Worcester State University tennis team swept both singles and doubles to dominate a 9-0 win over the host, Becker College, in an afternoon match played at the Leicester Middle School tennis courts.
  • Women’s Tennis Tops MCLA, 8-1
    September 08, 2017
    HOLDEN, Mass. – The Worcester State University tennis team swept all six singles matches en route to a convincing 8-1 over the MCLA Trailblazers in a match this afternoon played at the Wachusett courts
  • Heavy Rains Impacts Women’s Tennis, Men’s Soccer, and Field Hockey Schedules
    September 06, 2017
    WORCESTER, Mass. – Worcester State University’s women’s tennis, men’s soccer, and field hockey schedules for Wednesday, September 6 and Thursday, September 7 have been affected by the rain.
  • Women’s Tennis Opens with 7-2 Win over Wentworth
    September 01, 2017
    WESTON, Mass. – Worcester State University’s Rachel Green (Worcester, Mass.) and Alexis Silk (Greenfield, Mass.) scored points at both singles and doubles for the Blue and Gold to assist the Lancers with a 7-2 win over Wentworth in their season opener Friday afternoon.
  • Women’s Tennis Picked to Finish Fourth in the LEC
    August 30, 2017
    WORCESTER, Mass. – The Worcester State University women’s tennis team has been picked to finish fourth in the Little East Conference (LEC) preseason poll, as voted on by the nine coaches in the league.