2017-18 Florida Southern Women's Tennis News

  • Asis' Win in Final Pairing Lifts Mocs to 5-4 Win at Saint Leo
    February 22, 2018
    SAINT LEO, FL - Lola Asis defeated Andrada Gordan, 7-5, 6-4, at number six singles to snap a 4-4 tie and lift 17th-ranked Florida Southern to a 5-4 victory over No. 24 Saint Leo in Sunshine State Conference action here Wednesday at the Saint Leo Tennis Center. The Moccasins improve to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the SSC while Saint Leo dropped its first match of the season to drop to 3-1 and 1-1.
  • Women's Tennis Moves Up to 15th in ITA National Poll
    February 22, 2018
    TEMPE, AZ - The Florida Southern women's tennis team moved up two spots to 15th in the NCAA Division II national rankings as released by the International Tennis Association. The #15 ranking is the highest for the Moccasins since the first poll of the 2015 season when they were ranked 10th.
  • Moccasins Fall to Top-Ranked Lynn
    February 16, 2018
    LAKELAND, FL - Florida Southern College women's tennis won two of three doubles matches, but was unable to hold off a strong singles showing by No. 1 Lynn as the Moccasins (1-1, 1-1 SSC) fell to the Fighting Knights (5-1, 1-0), 6-3, in Sunshine State Conference action on Friday at the Wynee Warden Tennis Center.
  • Women's Tennis Starts Season With 7-2 Win at Tampa
    February 14, 2018
    TAMPA, FL - Florida Southern officially opened its dual match Spring Season with a 7-2 win at the University of Tampa. The Mocs start off with a 1-0 record while Tampa suffers its first defeat in three matches.
  • Moccasins Third in SSC Women's Tennis Preseason Poll
    January 25, 2018
    MELBOURNE, FL – A year after finishing with a 15-6 record and in third place in the SSC with a 6-3 mark, the Florida Southern women's tennis team is picked to repeat its third-place showing in the Sunshine State Conference Preseason Women’s Tennis Coaches' Poll.
  • Women's Tennis Ranked 17th Nationally Heading into Spring
    January 17, 2018
    TEMPE, AZ - The Florida Southern women's tennis team is ranked 17th nationally in the Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Women’s Division II National Team Rankings of the season.
  • Florida Southern Athletics Earns NCAA Academic Excellence Award
    November 16, 2017
    INDIANAPOLIS - Florida Southern College's intercollegiate athletic programs are one of 32 Division II programs across the country to earn the NCAA Division II Presidents' Award for Academic Excellence, the NCAA announced on Thursday.
  • Fall Season Continues for Women's Tennis
    October 08, 2017
    MACON, GA - The Florida Southern women's tennis team continued its fall season by competing in the Mercer Gridiron Classic played here over the weekend at the LeRoy Peddy Tennis Center on the campus of Mercer University. Action was called before completion due to rain.
  • Nionova Falls in Semis as Women's Tennis Finishes ITAs
    September 24, 2017
    VALDOSTA, GA - Top-seeded Sasha Nionova advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Small College Regional Championships held here today at Valdosta State University before being upset 6-4, 6-3 by fifth-seeded Paula Coyos of the University of West Florida.
  • Women's Tennis Competes at ITA Regional to Open Fall Season
    September 23, 2017
    VALDOSTA, GA - The Florida Southern women's tennis team finally hit the court for its Fall season opening action at the ITA Small College Regional Championship, hosted by Valdosta State University. The Moccasins were originally scheduled to open the Fall last week at the Embry-Riddle Invitational but that was canceled due to Hurricane Irma.
  • UPDATED INFORMATION ON CAMPUS REOPENING (9/14)
    September 13, 2017
    LAKELAND, FL (9/14/17) - We are pleased to share with you that as of this morning we now have power in almost all buildings across campus. What wonderful news! We are still waiting for power to come on in Colony Arms Apartments, Roberts Academy, and a few FSC houses surrounding the campus. We will continue to communicate updates as they become available and will accommodate any student who lives in one of these locations if power is still not restored when they return to campus.