Waynesburg women’s tennis finishes season against Franciscan

The Waynesburg University women’s tennis team was in action against Presidents’ Athletic Conference opponent Franciscan university on Thursday, Oct. 12. The match did not fall in the Yellow Jackets favor however, as the Barons won 8-1. After their match, Head Coach Randy Petit stated, “ I thought the girls played hard against a very talented … Continue reading

Women’s Tennis Final Matches Preview

The Waynesburg University Women’s Tennis team is approaching their final matches of the season beginning on Thursday, Oct. 5.   In the last remaining matches of the season, Freshman Karly Starcher stated, “I want to see myself obviously win, however, improving is the biggest accomplishment regardless.”  Before their next match, Head Coach Randy Petit stated, “We … Continue reading

Womens Tennis loses to St. Vincent 9-0

On Monday afternoon, the women’s tennis team was defeated by St. Vincent with a final scoreof 9-0. This puts the Yellow Jackets to a 1-6 overall record and a 0-5 conference record this seasonSophomore Aubrey Burns talked about how the team is looking for improvement in theirupcoming matches against Franciscan and Washington and Jefferson. “I … Continue reading

Waynesburg hosts Westminster for women’s tennis

The Waynesburg University women’s tennis team hosted conference opponent, Westminster College  on Tuesday, Sept. 19. The Yellow Jackets competed hard, but the match was won by the Westminster College Titans  8-1.  The match began with three doubles matches all falling in favor of Westminster. First doubles Julia Corey and Julia Luzar lost 8-0 against Gia … Continue reading

Womens Tennis falls to Westminster 8-1

On Tuesday afternoon, the women’s tennis team lost to the Westminster Titans with a final of 8-1.   Sophomore Aubrey Burns would be responsible for the only point scored, winning her sets 6-3 and 7-5.   “A positive from today was Aubrey’s win”, said freshman Julia Luzar. “The team also really improved in the transition from doubles … Continue reading