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

Women’s tennis displays solid showing against Mount Aloysius in 6-3 defeat

By Anthony DiFilippo From September 10, 2022 CRESSON, Pa. (Sept. 10)- The Waynesburg University’s women’s tennis team faced off against Mount Aloysius on Saturday afternoon. The Yellow Jackets (0-2, 0-1) fell to the Mounties (1-0, 0-0) 6-3 at the Ebensburg Tennis Center.  Waynesburg’s number three doubles pairing of Marley Wolf and Zoie Smith defeated their … Continue reading

Women’s tennis season ends at Grove City

Jackets finish the year without a conference win

Tuesday afternoon the Waynesburg University women’s tennis team traveled to Grove City College for a Presidents’ Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinal match. The eighth seeded Jackets fell to the top seeded Wolverines for the second year in a row, 9-0. While the result is disappointing, it isn’t surprising either given the strong season Grove City had. … Continue reading

Women’s tennis falls in conference match at Bethany

The Waynesburg University women’s tennis team continued Presidents’ Athletic Conference play as they battled Bethany College. Bethany edged out the Yellow Jackets 5-4 Friday at Bethany. Going into the match, head coach Ron Headlee knew it was going to be close from the start. “We knew it was going to be close after our number … Continue reading