LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path University hosted the Blue Jays of the University of St. Joseph in regional women’s tennis action, falling 9-0 this afternoon. The tandem of seniors Brittany Walsh (North Smithfield, R.I.) and Taylor Wood (Castleton, N.Y.) despite a strong effort at the #1 spot fell 8-6 to freshman Lucy Roberge (Willington, Conn. ) and junior Rebecca Mauri (Meriden, Conn.).
Wildcats Honor Morin and Janneke in Final Home Match
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path University fell 5-4 to the Lynx of Lesley University in a close New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) match today at the Grande Meadow Tennis Club in their final home match of the season.
LONGMEADOW, Mass. - #2 Bay Path College defeated #3 Lesley University today in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women's tennis semi-final action. The Wildcats won 5-4 over the Lynx. Bay Path will travel to the top seed Regis College Saturday to vie for the title with a 1:00 p.m. start time.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Bay Path College fell 6-3 to the Gators of Sage College despite taking doubles with a 2-1 advantage. Sophomore Brittany Walsh (North Smithfield, R.I.) was the only Wildcat to go undefeated on the day taking the #3 singles 6-0, 6-1 from Sage’s senior Mary Kate Hayward (Queensbury, N.Y.). Walsh also partnered with sophomore Taylor Wood (Castleton, N.Y.) in the #3 doubles winning 8-1.
ATTLEBORO, Mass.-Regis College was selected at the top the NECC women's tennis coaches poll in a vote conducted by the league's coaches. The Pride, led by 2012 NECC Co-Player of the Year Abigail Wehr, hope to defend their 2012 NECC Championship.Bay Path received 26 points and one first place vote. The Wildcats return all six starters including senior all-conference performer Symone Watson.
ATTLEBORO, Mass.- New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Commissioner, Del Malloy, announced the 2012 NECC Women’s Tennis All-Conference Team today. On Saturday, October 20th Regis College won the first tournament championship defeating Bay Path College 5-4, with the conclusion of the season the All-Conference Team was announced with eleven student-athletes earning honors in both singles and doubles action. Bay Path’s junior Symone Watson (Hamden, Conn.) was named first team in singles, while the freshman duo Brittany Walsh (North Smithfield, R.I.) and Taylor Wood (Castleton, N.Y.) garnered second team honors in singles play as well.
WESTON, Mass. – The Regis College women’s tennis team captured its first ever New England Collegiate Conferencewomen’s tennis Championship with a 5-4 win over Bay Path College on Saturday afternoon in Weston, Mass.
LEICESTER, MASS. –#3 Bay Path ended #2 Becker's season on Wednesday evening in a 5-4 loss at home to conference foe the Hawks at the Leicester Tennis Courts. The Wildcats and the Hawks have both shared the last four New England Collegiate Conference Championships with this being the first season the title is won during Tournament Play. The Hawks end their season with a 10-7 record. The Wildcats move on to the finals with a 12-5 mark facing the #1 seed Regis College
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Freshman duo Brittany Walsh (North Smithfield, R.I.) and Taylor Wood (Castleton, N.Y) took the only doubles match at the No.3 spot defeating senior Hazel Gammad(Needham, Mass.) and junior Hannah Weiner (Barrington, R.I.). Both No.1 doubles and No.2 doubles were won by the Nighthawks of Newbury College(6-9, 4-6) who took the advantage in doubles and never looked back winning 5-4 the final regular season match for Bay Path (11-5, 6-4). The Wildcats head into tournament play as the # 3seed travelling to #2 Becker College while #4 Newbury finishes with the final spot and will travel to #1 Regis College on Wednesday, October 17th. More 2012 NECC Women’s Tennis Championship information will be released with the brackets.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) match-up between the host Bay Path Wildcats and the Lynx of Lesley finished with a 9-0 sweep of Lesley. The Wildcats advance to 11-4 overall and 6-3 in conference play, while Lesley remains 0-11 and 0-9 in league play.
LONGMEADOW, Mass. – In the second meeting of these New England Collegiate Conference schools Regis came on strong to start the match after losing two doubles in their last meeting with Bay Path. The Pride managed to overtake all three doubles and didn’t look back scoring the necessary five winning points before the host Wildcats notched their first win of the match when freshman Brittany Walsh (North Smithfield, R.I.) defeated sophomore Kendall Kolb (Plymouth, Mass.) in No.3 singles action 6-1, 6-4.
LEICESTER, Mass. –Becker College edged Bay Path this time 5-4 in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women’s tennis action, Bay Path and Becker have now split on the season with the Wildcats edging the Hawks 5-4 earlier this season. Becker improves to 7-5 with a 5-2 record in conference while Bay Path drops to 9-3 and 4-2 in the NECC.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.-The Bay Path College Wildcats handed a 9-to-0 shutout of New England Collegiate Conference(NECC) opponent the Mariners of Mitchell College 9-0 today in wet, foggy weather today in womenâs tennis action.
ATTLEBORO, Mass.- For the second time this season junior No.1 player Symone Watson (Hamden, Conn.) has been named New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women's tennis player of the week announced today by NECC Commissioner Del Malloy.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.- Bay Path College defeated New England Collegiate Conference for Lesley University 8-1 in womenÃ¢â¬â¢s tennis action Wednesday Night at the Nichols Athletics Center. The Wildcats are now 8-2 overall and 3-1 in conference play, while the host Lynx fall to 0-6 on the season and 0-4 in the NECC.
NEWTON, Mass.-The Mount Ida College women's tennis team surrendered an 8-1 loss to visiting New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponent Bay Path College on Sunday afternoon in Newton, Massachusetts. The Mustangs fall to an overall record of (1-6) falling for the 4th consecutive match, while Bay Path advances to 7-2.
WESTON, Mass. – After dropping two of the three doubles matches on the day, Regis College rallied to win four of the six singles matches en route to a 5-4 victory over visiting Bay Path College in New England CollegiateConference women’s tennis action on Saturday afternoon.