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Head coach Joe Epkey gives his Grenadier women's tennis squad a pep talk prior to the singles portion of their RSC Semifinal matchup against IU East on April 23.

Men’s and Women’s Tennis both fall in RSC Semifinals

Both Men's and Women's Tennis get through RSC Quarterfinals before falling to IU East in RSC Semifinals
Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor May 6, 2021

After finishing the regular season with losses to rival IU East, the IU Southeast Tennis squads traveled down to Nicholasville, KY. to prepare to take part in the River States Conference Tournament, which...

Freshman Adalyn De Witt goes back near the fence to return a deep shot against Asbury's Kendall Jablonowski on March 27.

Women’s Tennis gets blown away by Asbury

Audrey De Witt records lone singles victory as Grenadiers fall 6-1, extending losing streak against Eagles
Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor March 28, 2021

Despite starting the spring season 1-3, the IU Southeast Women's Tennis squad hit their stride when they began River States Conference play earlier this month. Beginning with a narrow 4-3 victory over...

Freshman Audrey De Witt prepares to receive a service from Georgetown's Maci Ferguson during the Grenadiers' home match against the Tigers on Feb. 27. De Witt fell behind in #1 singles before rallying back to win 3-6, 6-3, 10-5.

Women’s Tennis falls to #22 Georgetown

De Witt sisters capture top two singles courts, but it's not enough as #22 Tigers cruise to 5-2 victory
Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor March 1, 2021

The IU Southeast Women's Tennis team looked to rebound after losing their season opener against Campbellsville University. The Tigers, who are currently receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25, dominated the...

IUS Tennis Coach Joe Epkey gives his Men's Tennis squad a last-minute pep talk prior to their 2020 home opener against #16 Campbellsville.

Young tennis squads prep for run at RSC titles

Men's and Women's Tennis both look to make noise in RSC despite fielding young teams
Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor February 19, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic first wreaked havoc across the nation in March 2020, the NAIA soon decided to cancel the spring sports season. Alongside the historic 2020 campaigns of the baseball and softball...

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