The Rutgers tennis team has seen its share of formidable adversaries throughout the fall season.
While the Brown Invitational was seen as a good opportunity to play against quality Division I foes, this past weekend’s tournament at Yale provided the Rutgers tennis team with a way to gear up for the ITA Northeast Regional tournament, which will begin Oct 16.
In the days leading up to Friday, the Rutgers tennis team aims to parlay its strong showing against ASA in its tournament at its second straight Ivy League school invitational at Yale University.
If it were not for certain appealing aspects of tennis, sophomore Farris Cunningham might have become a college athlete playing a different sport.
Every once in a while, one finds beneath the surface of the sports world a story of a person excelling as an athlete despite a physical limitation.
Before becoming a standout tennis player at Rutgers, junior Gina Li had an affinity for another sport.
Besides senior Lindsay Balsamo injured her groin after her first singles match, the Scarlet Knights tennis team was able to leave the Brown University Invitational on Sunday knowing it was a success.Although sustaining the injury cost her the opportunity to complete her slate of singles matches.
Sept.19 is almost here — the date that marks the start of the regular season for the Rutgers tennis team. After many days dedicated to conditioning, footwork, forehands and backhands in practice, the seven-girl team will face its first test tomorrow in Providence for the annual Brown Invitational.
Floating on the surface of the Rutgers tennis team’s home scrimmage against the New Jersey Institute of Technology yesterday was a single theme: getting back into the mindset of competing against other opponents.
For the first time since offseason workouts began over the summer, the Rutgers tennis team will have its only chance to fine-tune its skills before the regular season commences.
While highly regarded as one of the better college teams of the northeast region of the United States, the Rutgers tennis team will look to vault themselves as formidable competitors on a national level.
Athlete Brianna Deming has been on the Rutgers women’s cross country team for the past four years and is now entering her fifth year.