Sophomore Melissa Mang has been named to the 2007 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Tennis team for the second consecutive year, as was announced on Thursday by conference officials.
The 22nd-ranked Duke women's tennis team will begin ACC Tournament play on Thursday versus 58th-ranked Virginia Tech in a No. 7 seed versus No. 10 seed matchup. First serve is set for 12 p.m. at Cary Tennis Park.
The Duke men's and women's tennis teams will head to the 2007 Atlantic Coast Conference Tennis Championships this week, April 19-22, at Cary Tennis Park in Cary, N.C., as the Blue Devil men received the No. 3 seed and the women received the No. 7 seed for this year's championships.
The 18th-ranked Duke women's tennis team fell to 11th-ranked North Carolina, 4-0, on Sunday afternoon at Cone-Kenfield Indoor Tennis Center. The Blue Devils end the regular season with a record of 10-9 (5-6 ACC), while the Tar Heels head into the postseason with a record of 20-7 (8-3 ACC).
The 18th-ranked Duke women's tennis team fell to No. 42 N.C. State, 5-2, on Saturday in ACC women's tennis action. The Blue Devils fall to 10-8 (5-5 ACC), while the Wolfpack falls to 20-7 (8-3 ACC).
The No. 18 Duke women's team will close out its regular season this weekend with matches at No. 42 N.C. State and No. 11 North Carolina on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. First serve versus the Wolfpack is set for 12 p.m., while action versus the Tar Heels is set to begin at 1 p.m.
The 18th-ranked Duke women's tennis team fell to 19th-ranked Wake Forest by a score of 5-2 on Wednesday evening at the Wake Forest Indoor Tennis Center. The Blue Devils fall to 10-7 (5-4 ACC), while the Demon Deacons improve to 13-6 (7-4 ACC).
The 18th-ranked Duke women's tennis team will travel to Winston-Salem, N.C., on Wednesday evening to take on 19th-ranked Wake Forest, as the Blue Devils play the first of three matches this week to end regular season competition. First serve is set for 5 p.m. at Leighton Tennis Center.
The No. 21-ranked Duke women's tennis team lost a close battle with 17th-ranked Florida State, 4-3, on Saturday afternoon at Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center. The Blue Devils end their home slate with a 6-1 record on their own courts.
The No. 21-ranked Duke women's tennis team defeated ninth-ranked Miami, 4-3, at Ambler Tennis Stadium on Friday afternoon on the strength of a three-set tiebreaker victory from freshman Amanda Granson. The Blue Devils are a perfect 6-0 on their home courts this season.
After playing seven matches on the road, Duke returns home to host ninth-ranked Miami and 17th-ranked Florida State this Friday at 1 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m., respectively. The Blue Devils are 5-0 on their own courts.
The 20th-ranked Duke women's tennis team fell to seventh-ranked Georgia Tech, 4-3, on Sunday afternoon at the Bill Moore Tennis Center in Atlanta, Ga. The Blue Devils fall to 9-5 overall and 4-2 in ACC play, while the Yellow Jackets improve to 15-4 overall and 6-1 in conference action.