Monday, April 23

Junior Noelle Hickey reacts after losing her singles match, the final match that brought the No. 10 Duke Blue Devils to a victory and ended the 2010 season for the No. 7 Bruins during the NCAA Round of 16 Thursday in Athens, Ga.

UCLA women’s tennis defeated by Duke in NCAA Round of 16

ATHENS, Ga. "”mdash; After amassing an impressive record of 19-3 during the regular season and blowing past the competition in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, the UCLA women's tennis team saw its hopes of a national title come crashing down this afternoon, as the Bruins were defeated 4-2 by the defending national champion Duke Blue Devils in the Round of 16. Read more...

Photo: Junior Noelle Hickey reacts after losing her singles match, the final match that brought the No. 10 Duke Blue Devils to a victory and ended the 2010 season for the No. 7 Bruins during the NCAA Round of 16 Thursday in Athens, Ga.

Junior Noelle Hickey reacts after losing her singles match, the final match that brought the No. 10 Duke Blue Devils to a victory and ended the 2010 season for the No. 7 Bruins during the NCAA Round of 16 Thursday in Athens, Ga.





Senior Yasmin Schnack, ranked No. 11 in singles and No. 4 in doubles, will graduate in June after earning All-American honors in 2009. Schnack has had some bumps along the way in her senior season but is looking to end her collegiate career on a high note, starting with this weekend's NCAA Regionals at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.

A smooth finish for senior Yasmin Schnack, Pac-10 Player of the Year

On April 11, the UCLA women's tennis team was on a roll. The Bruins were No. 7 in the nation, having racked up an 18-3 record, and were preparing for a momentous showdown with No. 16 USC that had Pac-10 title implications. Read more...

Photo: Senior Yasmin Schnack, ranked No. 11 in singles and No. 4 in doubles, will graduate in June after earning All-American honors in 2009. Schnack has had some bumps along the way in her senior season but is looking to end her collegiate career on a high note, starting with this weekend's NCAA Regionals at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.

Senior Yasmin Schnack, ranked No. 11 in singles and No. 4 in doubles, will graduate in June after earning All-American honors in 2009. Schnack has had some bumps along the way in her senior season but is looking to end her collegiate career on a high note, starting with this weekend's NCAA Regionals at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.

Senior Yasmin Schnack and junior Maya Johansson celebrate at the April 16 match against USC, the last regular season home competition.

UCLA will soon host tennis regionals

The Los Angeles Tennis Center will be the site of the first two rounds of the 2010 NCAA Tennis Championships next week. Read more...

Photo: Senior Yasmin Schnack and junior Maya Johansson celebrate at the April 16 match against USC, the last regular season home competition.

Senior Yasmin Schnack and junior Maya Johansson celebrate at the April 16 match against USC, the last regular season home competition.


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