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Women's Tennis Earns First Win Over LSU-Shreveport in Season Opener, Men's and Women's Tennis Drop Match to Mobile


NEW ORLEANS, La. – The Loyola University women’s tennis team earned its first victory of the season over Louisiana State University- Shreveport Saturday morning at the University of New Orleans Tennis Center.

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Tennis Teams Open 2012 Season this Weekend


NEW ORLEANS, La. – The men’s and women’s tennis teams will open their 2012 season by hosting Louisiana State University- Shreveport and the University of Mobile this Saturday.

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Wolves on the prowl


Wolves on the prowl

Before the Loyola University New Orleans men’s and women’s tennis teams

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Loyola Tennis Releases 2012 Schedule


NEW ORLEANS, La. – Loyola University New Orleans men’s and women’s tennis coach Zubin Engineer announced the 2012 schedule today.


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Local state champion commits to Loyola tennis


Meghan de Baroncelli, who was on Mount Carmel Academy’s state championship-winning girls’ doubles team in 2011, was recently announced as Loyola University’s newest addition to the Wolfpack women’s tennis team.

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Tennis splits final matches of year


The Loyola University men's and women's tennis teams defeated Tougaloo but fell to Belhaven in the final matchups of the regular season Saturday.

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Loyola tennis drops matches in Mobile


The Loyola University men’s and women’s tennis teams each lost a pair of conference matchups against the University of Mobile and Spring Hill College on Saturday afternoon. The men lost, 8-1 and 8-1, while the women fell, 7-2 and 7-2.

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UNO tops Loyola tennis


In the touted matchup between Loyola coach Zubin Engineer and University of New Orleans assistant Nui Engineer – Zubin’s wife – the Privateers came out ahead, winning in women’s tennis, 6-1, and 7-0 on the men’s side.

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Landry wins singles match, tennis teams fall to Xavier


Claire Landry won a big match at the women’s number one singles spot, but the Loyola University men’s and women’s tennis teams fell to Xavier University on Friday, 9-0 and 6-3 respectively.

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Loyola women's tennis drops matinee match to SCAD Atlanta


The Loyola University New Orleans women's tennis team dropped a home non-conference match to the Savannah College of Art and Design - Atlanta campus on Monday afternoon, 8-1.

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