Nebraska Wesleyan University head tennis coach Dr. Rick Harley has released the names of eight student-athletes who intend to play tennis and study at Nebraska Wesleyan starting the 2010-11 school year. The list includes five women and three men recruits.
Nebraska Wesleyan University junior women’s tennis player Chelsea Henslee was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District women’s at-large team that was announced on Thursday (May 20). Henslee was voted to the District VII First-Team in the college division.
The Nebraska Wesleyan women’s tennis team had all six singles players on the Great Plains Athletic Conference All-Conference team that was announced Tuesday (May 11). All six singles players were on the All-Conference team, while four players were honorable mention in doubles action.
Nebraska Wesleyan's run of three straight NAIA National Tournament appearances came to an end Saturday as the Prairie Wolves lost a heartbreaker, 5-4, to the University of Sioux Falls in the GPAC Women's Tennis Tournament Championship Match in Fremont, Neb.
The Nebraska Wesleyan tennis teams have completed their regular season and now will prepare for the 2010 GPAC Tennis Championships that will be held May 7-8 in Fremont, Neb. The NWU women are the No. 2 seed, while the NWU men are the No. 4 seed.
The Nebraska Wesleyan women's tennis team defeated Hastings College, 6-3, on Saturday morning (Apr. 17) to improve to 5-0 in Great Plains Athletic Conference action and remain on top of the league standings. NWU did fall to Gustavus Adolphus, 9-0, later in the afternoon on Saturday.
Both the Nebraska Wesleyan men's and women's tennis teams stayed unbeaten in Great Plains Athletic Conference play as they swept past Midland Lutheran College, 9-0, on Wednesday afternoon (Mar. 31) in Lincoln.
Both the Nebraska Wesleyan women's and men's tennis teams had little trouble with the Briar Cliff Chargers as the women shutout BCU, 9-0, while the men won 8-1 on Sunday morning at the Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln.
Wednesday's baseball and softball games as well as the tennis matches, have all been postponed due to weather. The NWU baseball team was scheduled to play at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, while the NWU softball team was supposed to play at Hastings College. NWU tennis was supposed to host Midland Lutheran College.
The Nebraska Wesleyan men's tennis team closed out their Spring Break trip in Hilton Head, S.C., with back-to-back victories as the Prairie Wolves defeated Shepherd University, 8-1, on Friday morning (Mar. 19). The NWU women lost to Shepherd, 6-3.
Nebraska Wesleyan's men's tennis team got their first victory of the season on Thursday (Mar. 18) as the Prairie Wolves edged Messiah, 5-4, in Hilton Head, S.C. Meanwhile, the NWU women won their third straight match as they blanked the College of Wooster, 9-0.
Nebraska Wesleyan tennis teams split action on Tuesday (Mar. 16) on their spring break trip to Hilton Head, S.C., as they took on the University of Scranton. The NWU women continued their solid play with a 8-1 victory for their second straight win, but the NWU men are still looking for their first win as they fell, 8-1.
The Nebraska Wesleyan men's and women's tennis teams were both defeated by NCAA Division II Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday at the Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln. UNK defeated the NWU women, 6-3, then the Loper men beat the Prairie Wolves, 9-0.
Nebraska Wesleyan took two of three doubles matches and five of six singles matches as they picked up their first victory of the 2010 season with a 7-2 win over Bethany College on Saturday afternoon (Feb. 13) at the Knight Fieldhouse in Lincoln. The Prairie Wolves lost their first match of the day, 6-3, to William Jewell College. The NWU women improve to 1-3 early on this season.
The Nebraska Wesleyan women's tennis team opened their 2010 season on Wednesday (Feb. 3) with a match against the University of Arkansas-Little Rock at the Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln. The Prairie Wolves lost, 9-0, to the NCAA Division I Opponent.
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