2008-09 Women's Tennis News

  • Lauber Named All-NCAC Honorable Mention
    May 05, 2009
    Junior Elissa Lauber was named to the All-North Coast Athletic Conference Honorable Mention Team for her efforts as an individual for the Wooster women's tennis team. The all-conference award marks her second-consecutive spot as an honorable mention recipient.
  • Scots Conclude Season with Win at NCAC Championships
    April 25, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team closed out its season with a 5-2 victory over Earlham in the seventh-place match at the 25th annual North Coast Athletic Conference Championships.
  • No. 8 Ranked Denison Eases Past Wooster
    April 20, 2009
    In their final tune-up prior to the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament, the Wooster women’s tennis team had its hands full, hitting the road for its last regular-season match with No. 8-ranked Denison. The Big Red lived up to the billing via a 9-0 victory over the Fighting Scots.
  • Scots Split a Pair of Matches at Wittenberg
    April 18, 2009
    Wooster topped Earlham 5-4, but could not complete the sweep of a couple of North Coast Athletic Conference West Division opponents Saturday as the host of the tri-match, Wittenberg University, took an 8-1 decision during women’s tennis action.
  • Wooster Shows Off Its Depth, But Falls 6-3 at OWU
    April 16, 2009
    In a closely played match at Ohio Wesleyan, Wooster displayed its depth with wins at No. 5 and No. 6 singles as well as No. 3 doubles, but the Battling Bishops wound up prevailing 6-3.
  • Lauber, Bauer Fair Well in Loss to Regionally-Ranked Kenyon
    April 13, 2009
    Wooster’s Elissa Lauber and Erin Bauer played well in their singles matches, but could not quite score a team point in the Fighting Scots’ 9-0 loss to North Coast Athletic Conference power Kenyon.
  • Scots Pick Up Fourth Victory in 6-3 Win Over Heidelberg
    April 09, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team came out on top in its non-conference match Thursday, coming out victorious over regional foe Heidelberg 6-3.
  • Wooster Suffers Setback to Oberlin
    April 08, 2009
    The College of Wooster fell to Oberlin in a North Coast Athletic Conference East Division match-up by a score of 9-0.
  • Dragons Use Singles’ Play to Edge Past Wooster, 6-3
    April 05, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team battled during its non-conference match with Tiffin, but the visiting Dragons took two three-set victories in singles play en route to a 6-3 victory over the Scots.
  • Case Edges Wooster in Closely-Contested Match
    April 03, 2009
    Northeast Ohio rivals Case Western Reserve and Wooster were evenly matched on the women’s tennis court, but it was the Spartans who were able to prevail by a 5-3 count.
  • Wooster Doubles Up Malone, 6-3
    March 31, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team won its non-conference match at Malone rather handily, doubling up the Pioneers 6-3.
  • Allegheny Netters Blank Scots 9-0 in NCAC Opener
    March 25, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team opened up North Coast Athletic Conference action, suffering a 9-0 setback to Allegheny.
  • Youthful Scots Experience Some Success in Hilton Head
    March 12, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team continued to demonstrate improvement in the 2009 season, as it won one regional match and nearly came away with another during its annual trip to Hilton Head, S.C. Highlighting the Scots’ results were an 8-1 rout of Greenville and a tough 5-4 setback at the hands of a 13-5 Westminster (Pa.) squad.
  • Scots Notch First Win of Season In Convincing Fashion
    February 25, 2009
    The Wooster women's tennis team evened its record to 1-1 on the young 2009 season, with an emphatic 9-0 rout of visiting Muskingum. In the victory, the Scots never dropped more than three games in a set.
  • Lauber Wins at No. 1 Singles, But Scots Fall to JCU in Season Opener
    February 19, 2009
    The Wooster women’s tennis team made its 2009, and despite several closely-contested matches, the Fighting Scots came up on the short end of a 7-2 decision to visiting John Carroll.