Springfield College dominated New England women’s tennis from 1985 through 1996, posting an amazing 137-25 record that included a 14-0 mark in 1990, and won eight consecutive New England titles from 1986 to 1993.
With an all-time record of 301-179-4 heading into 2008, the women’s tennis program has a winning percentage of .626.
Two Springfield College players were named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Academic Team in 2007. They were Sarah Russo '10 and Jessica Sousa '08.
||Women's Tennis Headlines
|1||Roger Williams Outlasts Women's Tennis, 5-4||04/16/2008|
|2||Mount Holyoke Slips Past Women's Tennis, 5-4||04/11/2008|
|3||Women's Tennis Easily Handles WNEC, 8-1 ||04/04/2008|
|4||Women's Tennis Defeats Salve Regina, 8-1||03/29/2008|
|5||Springfield Student-Athletes Named to NEWMAC Academic All-Conference Teams||10/31/2007|
|6||Women's Tennis Drops 8-1 Decision to MIT||09/29/2007|
|7||Women's Tennis Tops Cross-Town Rival WNEC, 5-2||09/27/2007|
|8||Women's Tennis Tops Clark, 7-2||09/19/2007|
|9||Wheaton Downs Women's Tennis, 9-0||09/15/2007|
|10||Women's Tennis Falls to Wesleyan, 8-1||09/11/2007|
|11||Women's Tennis Falls to Wellesley, 9-0, In Season Opener||09/08/2007|
|12||Women's Tennis Shuts Out Salve Regina, 9-0, in Newport||03/31/2007|
|13||Exley, Kelly, Sousa Earn Fall NEWMAC All-Academic Status||11/10/2006|
|14||Melissa Weinstein Leads Women's Tennis to an 8-1 Win Over Clark ||10/19/2006|
|15||Women's Tennis Bows to Smith College, 8-1||10/14/2006|
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