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Women’s tennis coach Mark Ardizzone’s recruits in Europe

Women’s tennis coach Mark Ardizzone’s recruits in Europe

Garret Neal

October 9, 2017


Filed under Sports, Tennis

Serbia, Greece, Bosnia, Romania.  The women’s tennis team is chock full of talented players from all over Europe, in large part due to the unique approach head coach Mark Ardizzone takes to recruiting. Each year, Ardizzone embarks on a solo trek across several European countries, stopping only to...

Women’s tennis sweeps pirates in finale

Women’s tennis sweeps pirates in finale

Garret Neal

April 23, 2017


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

A DePaul team that came into this match winning three straight and nine of the last ten once again took care of business as they defeated the 7-7 Seton Hall Pirates 4-0, giving DePaul a win to finish off the season before the Big East tournament starts. Things started off closer than that score might a...

DePaul women’s tennis takes down Kansas State 4-3

DePaul women’s tennis takes down Kansas State 4-3

Sam Johnson

February 27, 2017


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

The Blue Demons managed to stop a two-game losing skid, and put the past behind them Sunday, as they defeated the Wildcats with great play against tough competition. The DePaul women’s tennis team (5-6) defeated the Kansas State Wildcats (7-4) in a close game at home, 4-3. The most recent loss for...

Women’s tennis shoots for spotlight

Women’s tennis shoots for spotlight

Ben Gartland

January 31, 2016


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

Women’s tennis head coach Mark Ardizzone does not make the goals for the team. He hasn’t done so the past 10 years. The players will get together before the season and decide what they want to accomplish, then they all sign it to keep each other accountable. Read More »...

DePaul women’s tennis beats Kentucky, falls to Michigan

DePaul women’s tennis beats Kentucky, falls to Michigan

Ben Gartland

May 10, 2015


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

DePaul women’s tennis bowed out of the second round of the NCAA tournament Saturday with a 4-2 loss to Michigan, ending their 2015 season. Instead of being dissatisfied with the day’s result, however, the team was happy that they had gotten to previously uncharted territory. Read More »...

DePaul women’s tennis looks to make a racket in NCAA tournament

DePaul women’s tennis looks to make a racket in NCAA tournament

Matthew Paras

May 3, 2015


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

After winning their second straight Big East championship, women’s tennis looks to make some noise in the NCAA tournament. Read More »...

Young players create a racket in DePaul women’s tennis

Young players create a racket in DePaul women’s tennis

Ben Gartland

April 12, 2015


Filed under Features, Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

Well on their way to another winning record and with a Big East tournament win in their sights, DePaul women’s tennis heads into the final stretch of matches with two young players providing crucial play at the top of the card. Read More »...

DePaul women’s tennis serves back early struggles

DePaul women’s tennis serves back early struggles

Ben Gartland

February 1, 2015


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

When DePaul women’s tennis finished 22-4 and as Big East champions last season, this wasn’t the start the No. 46 ranked team was expecting. Read More »...

NCAA a learning experience for Vladutu

NCAA a learning experience for Vladutu

Matthew Paras

June 2, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

One of the biggest honors for a collegiate tennis player is to make the NCAA's singles tournament. Up until 2014,  no woman had that honor in DePaul tennis history. DePaul sophomore Ana Vladutu was the first. Read More »...

NCAA’s learning experience for Vladutu

NCAA’s learning experience for Vladutu

Matthew Paras

June 2, 2014


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

One of the biggest honors for a collegiate tennis player is to make the NCAA's singles tournament. Up until 2014, no woman had that honor in DePaul tennis history. DePaul sophomore Ana Vladutu was the first. Vladutu traveled to Athens, Georgia May 21 with head coach Mark Ardizzone to face Kyle McPhillips of UCLA...

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