Senior Kristina Mathis defeated a player ranked 25th in the country in Dartmouth's 5-2 loss to No. 2 Pepperdine at the Ralph-Straus Tennis Center on Tuesday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 7-6 overall, while the Waves improved to 9-1.
The Dartmouth women's tennis team fell to Fresno State, 5-2, in a neutral-site match at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club on Saturday. The Big Green are now 7-6 on the season, while the Bulldogs improved to 4-10.
Dartmouth women's tennis opened spring break with a 4-3 victory over San Diego State in a neutral-site match at the Santa Fe Tennis Club. The Big Green improved to 7-5 on the season, while the Aztecs dipped to 7-8.
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Dartmouth women's tennis took down UMass, 6-1, at the Boss Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Big Green improved to 6-5, while the Minutewomen dipped to 5-4.
Dartmouth women's tennis returned to the court after a two-week hiatus, falling to No. 4 Duke, 7-0, at the Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 5-4, while the Blue Devils improved to 7-1.
Second-seeded Dartmouth fell to No. 1 seed and host Princeton, 4-1, in the final of the ECAC Championship on Sunday. The Big Green dipped to 5-4, while the Tigers remain undefeated with a 6-0 mark.
Dartmouth women's tennis defeated Cornell, 4-1, in the semifinal match at the ECAC Championship on Saturday evening. The Big Green improved to 5-3, while the Big Red fell to 3-3.
Second-seeded Dartmouth women's tennis moved one step closer to defending its ECAC Championship title by taking down No. 7 Columbia, 4-1, in its first match of the tournament. The Big Green improved to 4-3, while the Lions dipped to 3-2.
Senior Julia Schroeder won both her doubles and singles matches in the 6-1 loss to William & Mary at the Boss Tennis Center on Sunday. The Big Green dipped to 3-3, while the Tribe improved to 4-3.
Dartmouth women's tennis fell to Boston College, 5-2, at the Boss Tennis Center on Friday evening. The Big Green dipped to 3-2, while the Eagles improved to 3-1.
Dartmouth women's tennis concluded the ITA Kick-Off Weekend by taking down South Florida, 4-3, at the Ken Byers Tennis Complex on Sunday morning. The Big Green improved to 3-1, while the Bulls fell to 0-4.