2006-07 Saint Michael's Women's Tennis News

  • Women's Tennis Standout Burns '07 The NE-10's Female Nominee For NCAA Sportsmanship Award
    July 11, 2007
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - Former Saint Michael's College women's tennis standout Cailie Burns '07 is the Northeast-10 Conference's female nominee for the 2007 NCAA Sportsmanship Award. Burns will find out later this month if she is a finalist for the national honor.
  • Burns Earns NE-10 Women's Tennis Sportsmanship Award
    April 22, 2007
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's College senior Cailie Burns (Chepachet, R.I./Ponaganset) earned the F. Paul Bogan Memorial Sportsmanship Award as the Northeast-10 Conference named its women's tennis All-Conference Teams on Sunday. Burns was also selected All-Conference Second Team in both singles and doubles, one of five Purple Knights to receive end-of-year honors.
  • Women's Tennis Falls In NE-10 Championship To Bryant, 5-3
    April 22, 2007
    EASTON, Mass. - The Saint Michael's College women's tennis team's record-setting season came to an end on Sunday as the top-seeded Purple Knights fell to third-seeded Bryant University, 5-3, in the Northeast-10 Conference Championship at Stonehill College.
  • Women's Tennis Moves On To NE-10 Championship After 5-2 Defeat Of Stonehill
    April 21, 2007
    EASTON, Mass. - The Saint Michael's College women's tennis team moved on to the Northeast-10 Championship with a 5-2 win over Stonehill College on Saturday afternoon in the NE-10 Semifinals. Freshman Lindsady Horne (Scituate, Mass./Scituate) led the Purple Knights with wins in number two doubles and singles.
  • Top-Seeded Women's Tennis Downs Assumption, 5-1, In NE-10 Quarterfinals; To Play Stonehill In Semis On Saturday
    April 19, 2007
    COLCHESTER, Vt. – The top-seeded Saint Michael’s College women’s tennis team won all three doubles matches to earn a 5-1 victory versus eighth-seeded Assumption College in the Northeast-10 Conference Quarterfinals on Thursday at Saint Michael’s outdoor courts. With the win, Saint Michael’s (13-6) matches the program record for victories in a season, set in 2001, and advances to the NE-10 Semifinals, where the Purple Knights will visit fourth-seeded Stonehill College on Saturday at 1 p.m.
  • Women's Tennis Grabs Top Seed With 5-2 Win Against SNHU
    April 18, 2007
    COLCHESTER, Vt. – The Saint Michael’s College women’s tennis team defeated Southern New Hampshire University on Senior Day, by the score of 5-2, to earn its first Northeast-10 regular-season championship since 2001 and the first regular-season championship in any sport since field hockey in 2002. They concluded their season with a 12-6 overall record and an 11-1 mark in conference play.
  • Women's Tennis Tops Franklin Pierce, 8-1
    April 05, 2007
    RINDGE, N.H.– The Saint Michael’s College women's tennis team posted an 8-1 victory over Franklin Pierce in Northeast-10 Conference women’s tennis action this afternoon. The Purple Knights are now 10-1 in conference play this season.
  • Women's Tennis Remains Tied For First Place With 6-3 Win Over Stonehill
    March 31, 2007
    EASTON, Mass.- The Saint Michael’s College women’s tennis team (10-6, 9-1 NE-10) earned their fifth-straight conference victory with a 6-3 win over Stonehill College on Saturday afternoon. The Purple Knights remain tied for first in the Northeast-10 conference as senior Cara Bednar (Marblehead, Mass.) and freshman Lindsay Horne (Scituate, Mass.) were winners in both singles and doubles play.
  • Women's Tennis Earns 6-3 Win Versus Saint Rose
    March 24, 2007
    COLCHESTER, Vt. – The Saint Michael’s College women’s tennis team earned a 6-3 victory versus the College of Saint Rose in Northeast-10 Conference action on Saturday at the Tarrant Recreation Center. Saint Michael’s improves to 8-6 overall and 7-1 in NE-10 play, while Saint Rose falls to 0-9 overall and 0-6 in conference action.
  • Women's Tennis Falls To Charleston 7-2
    March 16, 2007
    HILTON HEAD, S.C. – The Saint Michael’s women’s tennis team was defeated, 7-2, by the University of Charleston in their final match on their spring break trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina.
  • Women's Tennis Earns 7-2 Victory Versus Nebraska Wesleyan
    March 13, 2007
    HILTON HEAD, S.C. - The Saint Michael's College women's tennis team (6-4) picked up a 7-2 victory versus Nebraska Wesleyan University on Tuesday, the Purple Knights' first win on their spring break trip. Catherine Dalton (Easton, Mass./liver Ames) was one of two freshmen to notch two victories apiece for the Purple Knights.
  • Women's Tennis Defeats Merrimack and Assumption
    October 15, 2006
    COLCHESTER, Vt. – Saint Michael’s College (5-2, 5-1 NE-10) had back-to-back victories over Merrimack College and Assumption College, 7-2 and 8-1, respectively, in Northeast-10 women’s tennis action this weekend.
  • Women's Tennis Drops 6-3 Decision At Bryant
    September 30, 2006
    SMITHFIELD, RI - The Bryant women's tennis team picked up a 6-3 win over visiting Saint Michael's College in a Northeast-10 Conference match Saturday at the Bryant Tennis Complex. Bryant opened strong with three wins in doubles play and withstood a strong charge from the Purple Knights to win three more matches in singles play to earn the win.
  • Women's Tennis Win Third Straight, Best Saint Anselm, 7-2
    September 23, 2006
    MANCHESTER, N.H. - Saint Michael's College (3-1, 3-0 Northeast-10 Conference) remained perfect in league play with a 7-2 victory at Saint Anselm College in women's tennis action on Saturday.
  • Dalton Earns NE-10 Women's Tennis Weekly Honor
    September 06, 2006
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's College's Catherine Dalton (Easton, Mass./Oliver Ames) was named the Northeast-10 Conferece Women's Tennis Player and Freshman of the Week on Wednesday, while senior Liz Clemente (Latham, N.Y./Academy of the Holy Names) and junior Megan Conway (Lynnfield, Mass./Lynnfield) earned spots on the weekly honor roll.
  • Women's Tennis Opens Season With 7-2 Loss At Skidmore
    September 02, 2006
    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Saint Michael's College opened the 2006-07 women's tennis season on Saturday with a 7-2 loss at Skidmore College.