Montgomery, Ala.- The Southern States Athletic Conference announced the 2015 SSAC Women's Tennis All-Conference team and award winners last week at the SSAC Women's Tennis Championship in Mobile, Alabama.
Mobile, Ala.- No. 18 William Carey University pulled off the upset of No. 3 Brenau University on Saturday morning but fell to No. 2 Auburn Montgomery in the championship match of the 2015 SSAC Women's Tennis Championship at the Mobile Tennis Center
Mobile, Ala- No. 18 William Carey University women' tennis opened the 2015 Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament with a decisive, 5-0 win over the University of Mobile in quarterfinal action.
Mobile, Ala.- No. 20 William Carey University wrapped up Southern States Athletic Conference play with three wins at the SSAC Shootout at the Mobile Tennis Center on Friday and Saturday.
Montgomery, Ala.- No. 21 William Carey bounced back from yesterday's disappointing loss with a solid 6-3 win over No. 25 Campbellsville at the 2015 AUM Invitational at Lagoon Park.
Montgomery, Ala-No. 21 William Carey University women's tennis dropped three of four three set matches as they fell to Cumberland University, 7-2 in day one action at the AUM Spring Invitational at Lagoon Park.
Mobile, Ala.- (Bracket)- William Carey University women's tennis gets the 2015 NAIA Women's Tennis National Championship underway tomorrow afternoon as they take on Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) in second round action at the Mobile Tennis Center.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has officially announced the 24-team field for the 35th Annual NAIA Women's Tennis National Championship and William Carey University will be making their fourth appearance in the national tournament. For the 12th-straight year, the event will be held at the Mobile Tennis Center in Mobile, Ala., from May 12-16. The official championship seeds and bracket will be announced Tuesday, May 5, by 5 p.m. CDT.
Kansas City, Mo.- William Carey University women's tennis team jumped eleven spots and are ranked 7th in the latest NAIA Coaches' Top 25 poll the national office announced Tuesday.