Women's Tennis

A coach connection

Even though her college tennis days are over, Duke University graduate Parker Goyer is still scoring aces with her international service. Goyer is the founder and director of Coach for College, an educational program that connects student-athletes from the United States with students in Vietnam.

DI Competition Committee to consider tennis format changes

The Division I Competition Oversight Committee created an adhoc subcommittee to consider whether the Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships have no-ad scoring and other format modifications in the future.

Williams edges Emory for seventh title in eight years

Williams and Emory are used to seeing each other in the NCAA Division III Women’s Championships. Their latest titanic struggle came in the finals, where it took the Ephs more than five hours to edge Emory 5-4.

Vanderbilt beats defending champ UCLA to win first title

Inexperience in the championship match didn’t bother Vanderbilt as it defeated UCLA, 4-2, for the program’s first NCAA crown.

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