The Cleveland State women’s tennis team continued its success in the classroom during the 2018-19 academic year, as the Vikings picked up their sixth straight ITA All-Academic Team honor, while four individuals were named ITA Scholar-Athletes.
For the fourth time over the last six years the Cleveland State women’s tennis team claimed a share of the Regular Season Horizon League title, as the Vikings finished the year with an 8-1 record in #HLWTEN play.
For the first time in five years the Cleveland State women’s tennis team was playing in the Horizon League Championship match Sunday afternoon, but the No. 2 Vikings came up just short in the title contest, falling to top-seeded UIC, 4-0.
For the first time in five years the Cleveland State women’s tennis team will be playing in the Horizon League Championship, after battling for a 4-2 victory over No. 3 Oakland in Saturday’s semifinal contest.
The Cleveland State women’s tennis team’s quest for its first-ever Horizon League Tournament title will begin on Saturday, April 27, as the Vikings are set to begin play as the No. 2 seed in this year’s tournament.
The Horizon League announced its women’s tennis postseason honors Thursday afternoon, with Cleveland State senior Isabella Spindler earning a spot on the All-Horizon League First Team and sophomore Klara Mrcela earning a spot on the All-Horizon League Second Team.
The Cleveland State women’s tennis team will return to the friendly confines of the Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion to close out regular season play this weekend, hosting IUPUI (Friday, April 19) and UIC (Saturday, April 20) with a chance to clinch the 2019 Horizon League Regular Season Championship.
For the second time this season the Cleveland State women’s tennis team has swept the Horizon League Weekly awards, as Isabella Spindler has been named the Singles Player of the Week and the duo of Siân Payne and Gaby Schoenberg has been named the Doubles Team of the Week.
The Cleveland State women’s tennis team will hit the road for the final time during regular season play this weekend, traveling to Northern Kentucky and Wright State for a pair of Horizon League matches.
The Cleveland State women’s tennis team capped off its brief three-match homestand with another win Sunday afternoon, as the Vikings earned a 5-2 victory over Detroit Mercy to remain undefeated in Horizon league play this season.
The Cleveland State women’s tennis team picked up a 6-1 victory over Oakland Saturday afternoon, remaining perfect in Horizon League play and staying undefeated at the Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion this season.
For the second straight week the Cleveland State women’s tennis duo of Isabella Spindler and Klara Mrcela has been honored by the Horizon League, as they were named the #HLWTEN Doubles Team of the Week.