Coming off back-to-back Big 12 titles at Texas Tech in women’s tennis, Todd Chapman decided to give that up and take a job at a school that was in the midst of a 15-year NCAA Tournament drought. My first thought was he must have lost a bet on a golf course. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University’s women’s tennis season ended with a 4-3 loss to UC Santa Barbara on Friday in the opening round of the NCAA Championships at Hellman Tennis Center.
Kansas University women’s tennis freshman Anastasiya Rychagova snagged three postseason honors from the Big 12 Conference and Smith Hinton and Nina Khmelnitckaia each picked up one of their own, as the conference announced its awards Thursday.
Kansas University women’s tennis head coach Todd Chapman was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central Region Coach of the Year Tuesday after leading the Jayhawks to their first NCAA Championship bid in 17 years.
Kansas University freshman tennis player Anastasiya Rychagova was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central Region Freshman of the Year on Monday. Rychagova is the first player in KU history to win the award.
Any tension in the room was defused quickly as Kansas University was one of the first four teams to flash across the screen during the 2016 NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships selection show. KU, which is appearing in the tournament for the first time since 1999, will take on UC Santa Barbara in the first round of play at noon on Friday, May 13 at the Hellman Tennis Center in Berkeley, Calif.
Kansas University’s run in the Big 12 Women’s Tennis Championship ended with a 4-0 loss to top-seeded Oklahoma State in the semifinals on Saturday at Greenwood Tennis Center.
Kansas University's women’s tennis defeated Baylor, 4-2, and advanced to the Big 12 Conference Championship semifinals for the first time since 2002 on Friday afternoon at the Greenwood Tennis Center on the campus of Oklahoma State.
Short-handed Kansas University was no match for Oklahoma State’s 14th-ranked tennis team.
Kansas University picked up its fourth straight Big 12 tennis victory Friday, a 4-1 rout of Oklahoma at Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Two international women’s tennis players have signed letters of intent with Kansas University.
Kansas University upended Kansas State, 4-2, in the tennis Sunflower Showdown on Saturday at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium, the Jayhawks’ first win in Manhattan since 2008.
Shorthanded Kansas University surrendered two matches to illness forfeit and dropped the doubles points, but still managed to down Iowa State, 4-2, in a Big 12 tennis match Sunday.
Kansas remained undefeated all-time against West Virginia as the Jayhawks defeated the Mountaineers, 4-1, in Morgantown on Friday afternoon. KU is now, 4-0, in the all-time series against the Mountaineers, 13-5, overall on the season, and 3-2 in Big 12 play in 2016.
Kansas University won the double points, but then dropped four of five singles matches in a 4-2 Big 12 tennis loss to No. 13th-ranked Texas Tech on Sunday at McLead Tennis Courts.