2004-05 UCCS Women's Tennis Releases

September 17, 2004Women's tennis tops Mesa StateNatasha Vander Molen, Jessika Kardel and Nikki Duval each swept her singles and doubles matches as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team defeated the Mesa State Mavericks 6-3 Friday at the Country Club of Colorado.
September 28, 2004Fall season shows progress of women's tennis teamWhat a difference a year makes.
January 23, 2005Women's tennis opens spring portion of scheduleThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team opened the spring portion of its schedule Sunday with a 7-0 loss at Division I Air Force.
March 9, 2005Women's tennis drops a pairThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team dropped a pair of matches early this week. UCCS lost 6-3 to Montana State-Billings late Tuesday night then 8-1 to Colorado College Wednesday afternoon.
April 1, 2005Sonoma State blanks UCCS 9-0Sonoma State blanked the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team 9-0 Friday afternoon at the Broadmoor.
April 11, 2005Womens tennis falls to MesaThe UCCS women's tennis team had its two-match win streak snapped Saturday in Grand Junction. Mesa State swept the doubles matches and went on to beat the Mountain Lions 7-2.
April 13, 2005Colorado College downs UCCS 8-1Colorado College beat the UCCS women's tennis team 8-1 Tuesday afternoon at the Country Club of Colorado.
April 16, 2005Tennis loses 5-4 to HaysThe UCCS women's tennis team suffered a 5-4 loss to Fort Hays State on Friday at the Country Club of Colorado.
April 17, 2005The UCCS women's tennis team lost its final match of the regular season 5-4 to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday and the Country Club of Colorado.The UCCS women's tennis team lost its final match of the regular season 5-4 to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers Saturday and the Country Club of Colorado.
April 23, 2005Women's tennis advances to RMAC semi before bowing out to MesaThe UCCS women's tennis team advanced to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Semifinals before eventually ending its season with a loss to No 1 seeded Mesa State.
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