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DePaul women’s tennis beats Kentucky, falls to Michigan

DePaul women’s tennis celebrates after winning their second straight Big East championship in New York. (Photo courtesy of DePaul Athletics)

Ben Gartland

May 10, 2015

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 won the Big East Tournament title over Xavier on Monday in South Carolina. The Blue Demons have won four tournament titles in the last six years. (Photo courtesy of DePaul Athletics)

Matthew Paras

May 3, 2015

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

Yuliya Shupenia, in her first year, has been able to succeed as both a number one, a number two and with Rebeca Mitrea as a doubles partner. (Courtesy of DePaul Athletics)

Ben Gartland

April 12, 2015

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

Senior Patricia Fargas and the Blue Demons went 0-2 in their opening weekend Jan. 24-25 with losses to Texas and Harvard.  (Photo courtesy of DePaul Athletics)

Ben Gartland

February 1, 2015

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 »...

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