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TENNIS | Caris, Tropiano Help Complete Epic UMBC Comeback

By Tim Eldridge April 12, 2013

The Georgetown men’s tennis team (11-9, 3-0 Big East) had a busy week, playing University of Maryland-Baltimore County (7-7) Wednesday and crosstown rival George Mason (13-6) Thursday. The matches...

TENNIS | ’Nova Wins Build Confidence

By Jonah Cashdan April 5, 2013

On Wednesday, the Georgetown men and women’s tennis teams traveled to Villanova, Pa., to take on the Wildcats in what proved to be decisive road wins in Big East play. Fighting winter-like conditions...

TENNIS | Weekend Represents Proving Ground for GU

By Tim Eldridge February 1, 2013

Both the Georgetown men’s and women’s tennis teams are gearing up for two Midwest matches this weekend, with the women facing Duquesne today and Pittsburgh on Saturday. The men will likewise match...

TENNIS | Following Impressive Fall, GU Resumes at Richmond

By Will Edman January 18, 2013

Throughout the fall, the Georgetown men’s and women’s tennis teams played a variety of warmup and individual tournaments in order to gear up for the spring season. The Hoyas will begin that in...

TENNIS | Hoyas Head South for Spring Break Tourneys

By Laura Wagner March 2, 2012

Georgetown's men's and women's tennis teams will be busy in the next several days, as they take opponents that include a squad that has yet to lose a match. After dropping a close match to Big East...

MEN’S TENNIS | Hoyas Fall to Crosstown Rivals

By Celee Belmonte April 11, 2011

The Georgetown men's tennis team (6-11, 1-1 Big East) fell to local rival George Washington (13-8, 6-0 Atlantic 10) in a 6-1 blowout on Saturday. "This may have been the best team that GW has ever had,"...

Hoyas Ready to Charge Into Big Easts

By Kevin Joseph April 15, 2010

The middle of spring marks the end of the Georgetown tennis teams' regular seasons. In years past, this time has been characterized by faltering finishes. This year, however, both the men and women are...

Hoyas Ready for Early Stages of Spring Season

By Dave Hammerman January 25, 2010

Head Coach Gordie Ernst is quickly creating a nationally recognized tennis program at Georgetown.After a solid recruiting year, Ernst brought in a freshman class that included Charlie Caris, part of Georgetown's...

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