Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Founded 1901

Royal Purple

Trio of losses but twinkle of highlights

Trio of losses but twinkle of highlights

Parker Olsen, Managing Editor April 7, 2024

UW-Whitewater’s tennis programs are among some of the best in the nation. Under head coach Frank Barnes’ leadership the women have won the last 17 WIAC tournaments and have not dropped a conference...

UW-Whitewater’s men’s and women’s tennis team and families posing for a group picture after their scrimmage against Carleton College in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

Building over break

Gabe Sadoski, Asst. Women’s Sports Editor March 24, 2024

College athletes nationwide feel the effects of being away from family over the years. A 22-hour bus ride for UW-Whitewater's men’s and women’s tennis teams provided an opportunity to relax with their...

UW-Whitewater’s women’s tennis team posing with the 2023 WIAC tournament trophy Sunday, Oct. 22, 2023 at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, WI

Tennis shouldering spring season

Gabe Sadoski, Asst. Women’s Sports Editor March 3, 2024

Resilience remains a recurring trait for UW-Whitewater’s women’s tennis team’s illustrious history through persistent play and continuous courage on the court.  The outdoor season brings different...

The Warhawk tennis team poses for a picture after winning the WIAC Tournament in 2021 Credit: Frank Barnes

Tennis tackles regionals

Kaitlin Geisler, Editor October 1, 2023

Warhawk women’s tennis participated in the Midwest Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Tournament at several venues including some at home over four days of play from Friday, Sept. 22 to Monday,...

Reuben Giorgio slices a forehand while playing in the UW-Whitewater Invite.

An Australian in Whitewater

Parker Olsen, Managing Editor September 24, 2023

Tennis is a game that has long been dominated at the professional level by European players. The UW-Whitewater tennis team however, has taken a home grown approach to building its roster, with seven Wisconsinites...

The women’s tennis team won back to back matches against their two biggest rivals over the past weekend. This makes their record 4-0 currently.

Tennis takes on top two rivals

Kaitlin Geisler, Editor September 17, 2023

UW-Whitewater’s women’s tennis faced their two biggest rivals back-to-back over the weekend. The Warhawks prevailed, adding to their already strong record for the season of 4-0. First was UW-La...

Reuben Giorgio competes in their home opener, the UW-Whitewater invitational.

A team ‘unlike any other’

Mikey Rottier, Men's Sports ditor September 10, 2023

In the 2022-2023 season the UW-Whitewater men’s tennis team finished with a 17-6 record, with a perfect 3-0 conference record. Despite losing one of the Warhawks’ best ever tennis players, John Zakowski,...

Warhawk Invitational brings competitive DIII schools

Warhawk Invitational brings competitive DIII schools

Ross Guyette, Assistant Sports Editor September 2, 2019

This past Saturday the Warhawks hosted the 49th Annual Warhawk Invitational Tennis Tournament at Whitewater’s Wangerin Courts. Division III Schools from across Wisconsin as well as Illinois and Iowa...

Women’s Tennis defeats UW-Oshkosh

Women’s Tennis defeats UW-Oshkosh

Ben Lokken, Staff Reporter October 8, 2018

The women’s tennis team went on the road to UW-Oshkosh and recorded a 9-0 victory for the second time this season on Oct. 2.   The win against the Titans was the 93rd straight victory over a conference...

Women’s tennis cruises past Pointers

Alyssa Brooks, Staff Reporter October 1, 2018

The women’s tennis team had a perfect day Sept. 26, defeating UW-Stevens Point 9-0 at home. In three of the doubles matches, two of the teams went 8-0 and the freshmen duo of Molly Rueth and Olivia...

Megan Humphreys has six All-American honors, is a two-time member of the WIAC All-Sportsmanship team, four-time ITA Scholar Athlete and multiple othe honors in her historic career. Photo by Sierra High

Humphreys etches name in records

Justin St. Peter, Sports Editor May 2, 2017

Senior tennis star Megan Humphreys didn’t even know she set the UW-Whitewater school record for career singles and doubles victories. It was assistant coach Bryon Balkin who had let her know that...

Tennis squads fall short in matches

Bailey Johnston, Staff Writer May 2, 2017

UW-Whitewater men’s and women’s tennis teams are needing to make up for lost time with losses against the Washington University Bears and the University of Chicago Phoenix at St. Louis, Missouri April...

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