The 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Fall All-Academic Teams have been announced by Commissioner Dan Mara, with Wilmington University placing 25 student-athletes on the list for their respective sports.
The home of the Wilmington University women’s tennis team is receiving a facelift this offseason, and it begins with the opening of its indoor facility, as the Delcastle Tennis Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, December 7 to officially mark a new era in the New Castle County tennis community.
CACC CHAMPS! Women’s Tennis Claims First Conference Championship in Third Year with 4-0 Win over Concordia
A dominating performance in the singles portion of the 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship secured the Wilmington University women’s tennis team’s first CACC Tournament Championship, 4-0, over Concordia, in only the program’s third year of existence.
For the second year in a row, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team advances to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Championship match, defeating USciences, 4-0, on Saturday in the Semifinals at the Edgewood Bath & Tennis Club.
After capturing its first share of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team was rewarded with two student-athletes being named All-CACC while head coach Brad Rose was named the CACC Coach of the Year, as announced by the conference office.
An all-round solid week of contests played by the Wilmington University athletics programs resulted in five student-athletes being named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week, with three more making the Honor Roll.
For the first time in its three years as a program, the Wilmington University women’s tennis team clinched a share of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship with a 6-1 victory over Chestnut Hill on Sunday in the regular season finale.
The Wilmington University women’s tennis team was nearly perfect in its 7-0 sweep of Holy Family on Saturday, giving up only two games to the Tigers at the Union League Tennis Courts.
The Wilmington University women’s tennis team inched closer to a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament first round bye on Friday, defeating Post, 7-0, at the Delcastle Tennis Center.
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