2003-04 Women's Tennis News

  • Ross and Spring Compete At NCAA's
    May 16, 2004
    Jackie Ross and Sandy Spring were competing for the Panthers at the NCAA women's individual championships in Memphis, Tenn. In singles action, Ross fell in the first-round 6-0, 6-0. Spring and Jackie Ross competed in doubles, winning their first match 7-6, 7-5, before falling in the quarterfinals, 6-3, 6-2.
  • Simms Named Coach Of The Year
    May 05, 2004
    Middlebury's women's tennis coach Nate Simms has been named the ITA Northeast Regional Coach of the Year. Simms led the team to its third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance this spring, advancing his team to the Regional Final before being eliminated. This season's squad set a school record for wins with 16, to go against just four losses. He has earned a career record of 49-18 in his four years as head coach of the women's tennis program.
  • Ross and Spring Qualify For NCAAs
    May 05, 2004
    First-year player Jackie Ross and junior Sandy Spring have qualified for the NCAA singles championship. With her record of 13-9, Ross will compete for the title on May 17-19th at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Women's Tennis Tops Bowdoin, Falls In NCAA Regional Final
    May 01, 2004
    The Middlebury College women's tennis team saw its season come to an end last week as they fell 6-3 to Amherst in an NCAA Regional Final hosted by the Jeffs. The Panthers advanced to the final after a 7-2 win over Bowdoin on the previous day. Middlebury ends the season with a school-record 16 wins, five more than the previous record of 11 held in each of the last three seasons.
  • Women's Tennis Makes NCAA Field
    April 27, 2004
    The Middlebury College women's tennis team will make its second consecutive trip to the NCAA Division III Tennis Tournaments this weekend. The Panthers will travel to Amherst to take on Bowdoin in an NCAA Northeast Regional match-up.
  • Women's Tennis Falls To Bowdoin
    April 24, 2004
    4/24/04 - The Panther women's tennis team ended its regular season with a 7-2 loss at Bowdoin. Middlebury will look for an NCAA Tournament bid when the selections are announced on Monday.
  • Women's Tennis Garners Awards At NESCAC's
    April 18, 2004
    The Middlebury College women's tennis team finished in a fifth place tie at the NESCAC Championships hosted by Amherst last weekend. The Panthers did capture some impressive individual awards as first-year player Amy Roche (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.) was named the NESCAC Rookie of the Year, while senior Sandy Spring (Westport, N.Y.) was named the Senior Sportswoman of the Year. First-year player Claire Smyser (Houston, Texas) earned second-team All-NESCAC honors with her solid performance. Head coach Nate Simms was also honored, by being named the NESCAC Coach of the Year.
  • Women's Tennis Blanks Vermont
    April 13, 2004
    Middlebury had little trouble in Burlington as they defeated the University of Vermont, 7-0. The Panthers convincingly won all three doubles matches, while earning straight set wins in all six singles matches.
  • Women's Tennis Splits A Pair Of NESCAC Matches
    April 11, 2004
    The Panther women's tennis team defeated Connecticut College 8-1 before falling 5-4 to Amherst on Sunday. Middlebury improves its record to 14-2 on the season.
  • Women's Tennis Hosts Invitational
    April 04, 2004
    The Panther women's tennis team had a busy weekend as eight teams competed in the Middlebury Invitational Tournament. The Panthers won two of six brackets, while Tufts won the other four.
  • Women's Tennis Goes 5-0 In Carolinas
    March 27, 2004
    The Panther women's tennis team went 5-0 during their spring break trip to the Carolinas. The Panthers defeated Colby 7-2, Carleton 8-1, Barton 7-2, St. Andrews 9-0 and Mt. Olive 5-0 in a shortened match.
  • Women's Tennis Opens Spring 2-0
    March 14, 2004
    The Panther women's tennis team started the spring on the right foot as they picked up a pair of wins in the Nelson Recreational Center.
  • Women's Tennis Team To Host Clinic
    January 05, 2004
    The Middlebury women's tennis team will be running two tennis clinics in January in an effort to raise money for travel and other team-related activities. 
  • NEWITT
    October 18, 2003
    Panthers place 4th at N.E.'s.
  • Midd Blanks Bates
    October 15, 2003
    Midd. ends fall 6-1 with 9-0 blanking of Bates.
  • Colby Falls to Midd
    October 11, 2003
    Midd. rolls over Colby, 8-1.
  • 6-3 Win Over Williams
    October 02, 2003
    Big 6-3 win over Williams.
  • Midd Falls to Tufts
    September 28, 2003
    Midd. drops first match of the fall to Tufts, 5-4.
  • Midd Blanks Wesleyan
    September 27, 2003
    Panthers Improve to 3-0 with 9-0 blanking of Wesleyan.
  • Union Falls 8-1
    September 20, 2003
    Midd. Rolls over Union, 8-1.
  • Strong Win over Skidmore
    September 17, 2003
    Panthers open season convincing 7-2 win over Skidmore