Women’s tennis suffers an early blow

By Jake Geiger, Staff Writer Xavier women’s tennis team were handed their first defeat this season against Big Ten power Purdue after a 7-0 defeat. The Musketeers now move to 2-1 in the early season.  The Musketeers began play with one win and two losses in the doubles slate. The win came from the No. 2 doubles team as redshirt sophomore Kat Lyman and graduate student Anne-Sophie Courteau defeated Purdue 6-3.  Both of Xavier’s losses in doubles were tight matches. The first doubles team of sophomores Anna Roggenburk and Imani Graham fell 6-4 while the third doubles team of sophomore … Continue reading Women’s tennis suffers an early blow

Men’s tennis opens up fall season in Ill.

By Will Pembroke, Show Manager Xavier men’s tennis took part in their first fall tournament of the season at the River Forest Collegiate Invite over the weekend. The team impressed early, scoring several victories.  Freshman Marco Pennelli led the way winning his singles flight, but he was not alone.  Three Musketeers ended up competing in the championship round of their flight. Over the weekend, Xavier scored 22 total wins, with 14 of them coming in singles matches and eight of them coming from doubles. Pennelli secured three wins in his flight to open his college career. Another freshman, Charlie Temming, … Continue reading Men’s tennis opens up fall season in Ill.

Kyle capitalizes on new NCAA rule

The Xavier tennis fifth-year has earned various endorsement and media deals By Joe Clark, Sports Page Editor The NCAA changed their policy on July 1 to allow collegiate athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness (NIL).  Athletes around the country are taking advantage of the policy, with Ohio State quarterback Quinn Ewers being the latest big name college athlete to ink a deal worth over $1 million.  Multiple Xavier  athletes are taking advantage of the policy with various deals both on a local and national scale, but no one has been quite as active as fifth-year tennis player … Continue reading Kyle capitalizes on new NCAA rule