The Lions continued their Ivy League dominance with two quick wins over the weekend.
The Lions had their unbeaten streak snapped by the Bulldogs, putting their Ivy title aspirations in jeopardy.
Women’s tennis competes on the road this weekend, traveling to Providence and New Haven to take on Brown and No. 59 Yale.
With a program-high No. 17 ranking and a perfect 3-0 Ivy record, men’s tennis plays Brown and Yale in Providence and New Haven this weekend.
The Lions continued to dominate, improving to 3-0 against Ivy League competition.
The Lions improved to 3-0 in Ivy League competition this weekend.
Women’s tennis faces Harvard and Dartmouth during a tough road swing this weekend. Last week, the Lions notched an Ivy win over Cornell, while the Big Green and the Crimson have yet to play a league opponent.
No. 19 men’s tennis will play No. 34 Harvard and No. 41 Dartmouth, both of which have yet to play an official Ivy match this spring. The matches will take place at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center.
The Lions had no trouble with the Big Red in Ithaca.
The Lions had little trouble dispatching the Big Red, taking the doubles point and winning five of six singles matches in straight sets.
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