Women’s Tennis

Beach tennis takes down Oregon, 5-2

Behind a stellar performance from the bottom half of its lineup, the No. 47-ranked Long Beach State women’s tennis team notched a 5-2 victory over Oregon on Friday in its return to the Rhodes Tennis Center. It was the first match home match for The Beach in three weeks. The[Read More…]

Beach tennis outlasts DePaul

The Long Beach State women’s tennis team were put to the test against DePaul on Saturday as it saw four matches go to three sets in its third contest in as many days on the road. But the 49ers managed to prevail in all four three-set matches to pick up[Read More…]

No. 19 Notre Dame steamrolls past LBSU

The No. 44-ranked Long Beach State women’s tennis team learned that it still has a ways to go before it can contend with the best collegiate teams in the country, and it found that out the hard way Friday. In the second of three matches on the road in the[Read More…]

‘Niners overcome early woes in Chicago

The No. 44-ranked Long Beach State women’s tennis team opened its three-match road trip in the Midwest with a come-from-behind victory over Illinois-Chicago, 5-2, on Thursday. The 49ers rallied to win the doubles point before taking four of six singles matches to win the contest. The Beach fell behind early[Read More…]

‘Niner Notes: March 25

It hasn’t been two weeks since Klaudia Malenovska returned to the tennis court from her suspension, and she has already made her presence felt on the Long Beach State women’s tennis team. After completing her first full week of competition last week, Malenovska was named the Big West Conference Player[Read More…]

Beach tennis falls short in Malibu

The No. 44-ranked Long Beach State women’s tennis team opened up its four-match road stretch with a tough loss to No. 37 Pepperdine, 4-3, in Malibu on Friday. Despite taking all three points from the top of their lineup, LBSU’s bottom four could not hold off the Waves in singles[Read More…]

Bottom half gives Beach tennis a lift

The No. 44-ranked Long Beach State women’s tennis team closed out its five-match homestand with its third consecutive victory on Thursday at the Rhodes Tennis Center. Despite super-tiebreaker losses at the No. 1 and No. 3 spots in singles action, the Beach received valuable contributions from the bottom half of[Read More…]

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