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UNCW freshman Ignasi de Rueda has won 8 of 11 singles matches this spring.

Men’s tennis midseason review: Seahawks poised to make a CAA run

Calvin Shomaker, Copy Editor April 1, 2017
The UNC Wilmington men’s tennis team won’t face a conference opponent until the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association Championship on April 21 in Elon, North Carolina.
Madara Straume lost her first singles match of the season on Friday versus Winthrop.

Women’s tennis midseason review: Straume impressing this spring

Calvin Shomaker, Copy Editor April 1, 2017
After losing the first set in a 7-5 tiebreaker versus Michigan State on March 10, UNC Wilmington’s No. 1 player Madara Straume sat down and told coach Hans Olsen she was enjoying that day’s adventure.
Annika Sillanpaa prepares a forehand versus Morgan State on March 25.

Women’s tennis drops two of three at home

Calvin Shomaker, Copy Editor March 27, 2017
UNCW is 6-6 with five regular season matches remaining.
Andres Torres in action versus Morgan State on March 25.

Seahawks hand Morgan State 7-0 loss in men’s tennis

Calvin Shomaker, Copy Editor March 27, 2017
Seahawks improve to 9-4 on the season and 7-1 at home
UNCW freshman Ignasi de Reuda, who played No. 4 singles for the Seahawks versus USF, readies his forehand against Appalachian State on Jan. 21. 

ITA Kick-Off Weekend tests youthful Seahawks

Calvin Shomaker | Copy Editor | @cshomaker12 January 30, 2017

After beating Appalachian State 5-2 on Jan. 21, the UNC Wilmington men’s tennis team visited Gainesville, Fla. for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Kick-Off Weekend on Jan. 28 and 29.On Saturday,...

Alix Theodossiou prepares to return a ball during this past Octobers Seahawk Invitational.

Women’s tennis preview: Lady Seahawks look to improve with experienced roster

Calvin Shomaker | Copy Editor | @cshomaker12 January 20, 2017

Portions of this article appear in both the men's and women's tennis spring previewsDeep southern roots In the early 1990s, when UNC Wilmington’s head men’s tennis coach Mait DuBois was a senior in...

Men’s tennis preview: DuBois, Seahawks ready to go

Calvin Shomaker | Copy Editor | @cshomaker12 January 20, 2017

Portions of this article appear in both the men's and women's tennis spring previewsDeep southern roots In the early 1990s, when UNC Wilmington’s head men’s tennis coach Mait DuBois was a senior in...

Marshall Waren 

Fall recap: UNCW men’s and women’s tennis

Calvin Shomaker | Copy Editor | @cshomaker12 December 16, 2016

Women show experience and depthThe UNC Wilmington women’s tennis team closed out fall play on Oct. 30 at Virginia Tech’s Hokie Invitational when senior Annika Sillanpaa won the consolation title in...

Taylor Vaughn, left, watches on as freshman Marshall Waren plays in UNCWs Seahawk Invitational over the weekend.

UNCW tennis alum Vaughn returns as assistant

Calvin Shomaker | Assistant Copy Editor | @cshomaker12 November 10, 2016

Taylor Vaughn, left, watches on as freshman Marshall Waren plays in UNCW's Seahawk Invitational over the weekend.

Alix Theodossiou (left) and Annika Sillanpaa

UNCW dominates weekend’s Seahawk Invitational

Calvin Shomaker | Assistant Copy Editor | @cshomaker12 October 5, 2016

The UNC Wilmington women’s tennis team has looked like a Colonial Athletic Association title contender in its first two tournaments of the fall.Four Seahawks returned to Wilmington with first place trophies...

UNCW club tennis to participate in next weekends USTA Invitational

UNCW club tennis to participate in next weekend’s USTA Invitational

Tamarah Strauss | United States Tennis Association October 1, 2016

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The United States Tennis Association announced that the UNC Wilmington club tennis team is one of 48 co-ed intramural club tennis teams that will compete at the USTA Tennis On Campus...

Breaking it down: UNCW’s athletic budget

Noah Thomas | Sports Editor | @iNoahT September 8, 2016

To fit the financial theme of this month’s print issue, The Seahawk has decided to look into the annual athletic budget of UNC Wilmington and, in addition to grasping how it is funded, learn how scholarships...

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