PORTSMOUTH – Tennis opened up its fall season with a pair of defeats at the hands of Midway and Asbury Friday afternoon at the Dr. William E. Daehler Tennis Center. In the opening match of the fall, the Bears took a pair of doubles matches against Asbury but were stopped at every position in the late match against Asbury.
PORTSMOUTH – Tennis will host five matches in its fall portion of the 2013-14 season. All five of these matches will take place during the month of September. Each of the first three matches this fall will take place on the team's home courts before wrapping the fall schedule with a road doubleheader.
PORTSMOUTH – Tennis has placed five members of its team on the Mid-South Conference All-Academic team. That total is the second-most of any team in the conference behind Cumberlands who had six players honored. To be eligible for the Academic All-MSC team, players must be at least a sophomore with a GPA of 3.25 or higher.
LEBANON, Tenn. – One of the winningest seasons for women's tennis in recent memory came to an end Tuesday afternoon at the hands of No. 16 Cumberland University in the Mid-South Conference quarterfinals. After finishing second during the regular season, the Bulldogs moved on to the conference semifinals this weekend which will be held in Lexington with the 9-0 victory.
PORTSMOUTH – Led by the two four-year members of the squad on Senior Night, tennis swept Central State 9-0 in both of the contested matches between the teams on Monday evening. With the two victories, the Bears close the regular season with a 6-6 record, doubling their win total from each of the last two seasons.