The official Men's Tennis page for the University of Dayton Flyers
Club Tennis serves as a way for students to enjoy the sport of tennis in a fun, yet competitive atmosphere. The team offers practice about three to four times weekly and participates in travelling tournaments throughout both the fall and spring semesters. All skill levels are welcome on the team.
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2021-22 Men's Tennis Schedule. All matches are subject to change as programs continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Scheduled athletic events are contingent on recommendations from the CDC, state, local public health, and university officials.
The official 2021-22 Women's Tennis Roster for the University of Dayton Flyers
The Graul Tennis Complex is the new home for the University of Dayton men’s and women’s tennis teams. The six-court complex is the first of many anticipated projects built on the land purchased from NCR Corp. The courts will be not only used for UD’s tennis teams, but also as a recreation facility for students, faculty, and staff.
University of Dayton Club Tennis, Dayton, OH. 181 likes · 2 talking about this. UD Club Tennis is dedicated to providing students with an opportunity to...
CINCINNATI – The University of Dayton women's tennis team competed in the first day of the Xavier Invitational on Saturday in Cincinnati. The Flyers competed in two singles and one doubles matches on the day one of the event. UD opened with a doubles match against Xavier, competing well but were defeated in all four matches against the ...
DAYTON – University of Dayton head coach Erica Echko announced three new players will join the Flyer women's tennis program. "I'm really excited to welcome three new players to our squad: freshmen Julia Bays and Sarah DeMarco and junior transfer Natalie Stanton," said Echko.
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By 1938 women were also active in bowling, table tennis, golf, and archery, although on a purely extra-curricular basis. In the early years women only competed against other University of Dayton students, with the exception of one annual "play day" which was held at the University of Cincinnati.