Ava Catanzarite hits a standing, two-handed backhand during a match Jan. 25. The sophomore for UCLA women’s tennis tops all Bruins in the ITA singles rankings, coming in at No. 42. (Esther Ma/Daily Bruin staff)
Nearly a year ago, the Bruins walked off the court without a bid to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Indoor Championships for the first time in five seasons.
This post was updated Jan. 27 at 12:51 a.m.
Maybe last year was an anomaly after all.
No. 18 UCLA women’s tennis (1-0) swept Loyola Marymount (0-3) by a tally of 7-0 on Wednesday to open up dual-match play at home.
Mixed results had defined Sasha Vagramov’s final fall campaign with the blue and gold.
Across three events, the senior earned a mark of 8-9 across all matchplay and lacked a deep run to her name.
This post was updated Oct. 27 at 8:50 p.m.
Elise Wagle won her first collegiate title last year as part of a newly formed pairing.
The same storyline played out once again – this time, with a different Bruin as the protagonist.
A new victor has emerged for the Bruins in an annual tradition on rival ground.
UCLA women’s tennis freshman Anne-Christine Lutkemeyer claimed the singles championship at the Women of Troy Invitational at the Marks Tennis Stadium over the weekend, defeating opponents from across the state to bring the Bruins a preseason crown on the Trojans’ turf.
Alongside two veterans, it was the rookie who made it the farthest for the Bruins.
UCLA women’s tennis had three representatives in action at the Intercollegiate Championships in San Diego over the weekend.
The fourth major of the year ended the same way for former Bruins as it did in the first and third: titleless.
Eight alumni of UCLA men’s and women’s tennis were in action at the 2022 U.S.
Jay Fenn, Daily Bruin staff
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