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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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Loyola tennis announces rain dates


Loyola University New Orleans head tennis coach Zubin Engineer today announced makeup dates for two matches that were rained out earlier in the season.

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Pena, Landry claim singles wins in tennis team losses to Belhaven


For the second consecutive day, Brian Pena and Claire Landry earned match victories, but a number of close matches went the wrong way for the Wolfpack, as Belhaven escaped with a pair of wins over LU tennis.

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Loyola tennis wins big matches, but falls to Spring Hill


The Loyola University New Orleans men’s and women’s tennis teams each got match wins at number one singles and doubles, but each Wolfpack team fell to Spring Hill College, 7-2.

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Wolfpack tennis falls to Mobile


The Loyola University New Orleans men’s tennis team fell to the University of Mobile on Friday afternoon, 8-1, while the women’s team lost, 9-0.

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