Marquette Wire

MU drops Connecticut, Louisville in conference tournament

Erin Caughey

May 3, 2011

The women’s tennis team ended its 19-11 season on both a high and low note this weekend at the Big East Championship tournament. The Golden Eagles defeated Louisville, who they had lost 4-3 to on March 26, and advanced to lose to No...

MU confident entering the Big East Championship tournament

Erin Caughey

April 28, 2011

For the second year the Marquette women’s tennis team (17-9 in the dual season) will enter the Big East Championship tournament as the No. 5 seed. And after a close loss to No. 4 Syracuse (4-3) last year, the Golden Eagles enter the tournament...

Women sweep doubleheader

Joe Kvartunas

March 1, 2011

The No. 69 Marquette women’s tennis team scored a pair of victories on Friday as the Golden Eagles shut out Detroit Mercy and Wisconsin-Green Bay 7-0 each. The matches were a nice change of pace for a Marquette team coming off a 6-1 loss at Wisconsin Feb. 23. Senio...

MU women’s tennis sweeps the weekend

Erin Caughey

February 22, 2011

In a doubleheader on Saturday, Feb. 19, Marquette's women’s tennis team upset No. 48 Iowa 4-3 and shut out Northern Illinois 7-0 at Helfaer Tennis Stadium, improving its record to 6-3 for the season. Iowa is the highest ranked...

Women’s tennis tops Western Michigan, Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Erin Caughey

February 15, 2011

In a doubleheader against Western Michigan and Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sunday, the women’s tennis team gave coach Jody Bronson a birthday to remember. Beginning with a “We Are Marquette” chant and ending with junior Gillian Hush defeating Western Michigan freshman Nini Sujash...

Women’s tennis falls behind and can’t overcome Minnesota

Erin Caughey

February 8, 2011

After the grunts from tiresome rallies throughout a hard fought battle with Minnesota faded away, the frustration on players' faces of the Marquette women's tennis team was evident after a 4-3 loss to No. 71 Minnesota Sunday morni...

Doubles no trouble for Ruiz

Erin Caughey

February 3, 2011

Game. Set. Match? Almost. Senior Christina Ruiz enters the home stretch of her Marquette career as arguably the best doubles player on the team this season. “I definitely have a passion for doubles,” Ruiz said. “I’ve always felt that I was a better doubles player than singles ...

Tennis Brief

Erin Caughey

January 25, 2011

Women’s Tennis The Marquette women retained an early lead against the Illinois-Chicago Jaguars Sunday afternoon at Helfaer Tennis Stadium and finished off their opponent 4-3. Marquette pulled ahead early, 1-0, after wi...

Women’s Tennis Preview: Upperclassmen Will Be Key

Erin Caughey

January 20, 2011

Unlike their male counterparts, the Marquette women's tennis team is an upperclass-oriented team. Five upperclassmen make up the complexion of this spring's squad, which opens its season this Sunday against Illinois-Chicago and...

Utting leads women’s tennis

Michael LoCicero

September 28, 2010

The Marquette women’s tennis team enjoyed a decent amount of success last weekend at the Spartan Invitational in East Lansing, Mich. Freshman Chelsea Utting dropped a tough 6-3, 6-2 match to IPFW’s Caterina Kiefer in the...

Women’s tennis has season drowned out

Sara J. Martinez

April 29, 2010

There’s some unfinished business in the Big East. The season ended abruptly and on a disappointing note for the Marquette women’s tennis team last weekend. After topping Connecticut, 4-0, and advancing to face Syracuse, the...

Women’s tennis set for UConn in Big East Tourney

Sara J. Martinez

April 22, 2010

Today the women’s tennis team heads to its ultimate test: the 2010 Big East Tournament in South Bend, Ind. The women return to South Bend after two 6-1 losses last weekend to Big East opponents No. 22 DePaul and No. 5 Notre...