Amy Hall-Holt, Kansas University’s tennis coach the past 10 years, has resigned.
Kansas University fell to top-seeded Baylor, 4-0, in the Big 12 women’s tennis championships Friday, ending the Jayhawks’ spring dual season.
Kansas University won the doubles point, then claimed three straight-set singles victories to open the Big 12 Tennis Championships with a 4-1 victory over Iowa State on Thursday at Headington Family Tennis Center.
Kansas University won the doubles point and Nos. 2-4 singles to claim a 4-3 Big 12 tennis victory over Iowa State on the Jayhawks’ Senior Day on Sunday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Kansas University snapped a 21-match Big 12 tennis losing streak with a 6-1 victory over West Virginia on Friday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Dylan Windom claimed Kansas University’s only point-scoring victory in a 6-1 tennis loss to No. 15-ranked Texas Tech on Sunday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Kansas University tennis remained winless in the Big 12 with a 6-1 loss to 29th-ranked Texas on Friday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Texas Christian’s No. 35-ranked women’s tennis team blanked Kansas University, 7-0, on Sunday at Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.
Maria Belen Ludueña won at No. 2 singles and Nastya Trubica at No. 5, but Kansas University’s tennis team fell to 0-4 in Big 12 play with a 5-2 loss to Baylor on Friday at Hurd Tennis Center.
Kansas University’s tennis team fell, 4-3, to Kansas State in a down-to-the-wire match on Saturday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Kansas University’s women’s tennis team dropped to 0-2 in Big 12 play Wednesday, falling to No. 25 Oklahoma State, 6-1.
Kansas University’s women’s tennis team blanked Nebraska-Omaha, 7-0, on Friday, improving the 68th-rated Jayhawks’ dual-match record to 8-3.
Kansas University’s women’s tennis blanked Georgia Southern, 4-0, Thursday. The shutout victory improved KU’s dual match record to 7-3.
Sunday’s dual tennis match between Kansas University and Oklahoma State has been postponed indefinitely due to inclement weather. A new match date has not yet been decided.
The Kansas University women’s tennis team fell to No. 40 Oklahoma, 5-2, Friday at Gregg Wadley Indoor Tennis Pavilion.