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Former Brunswick and Bates tennis standout is back in Brunswick, looking to give back. Staff Photo by Michael G. Seamans Brusnwick High School’s Maisie Silverman celebrates after winning the first set against Waterville Senior High School’s Colleen O’Donnell in The Round of 48 tennis singles tournament at Colby College in Waterville Saturday.
After a lost season in 2020, who are some of the boys tennis players looking to rise to prominence this spring?
To ensure you look extra fly by the pool, on a boat or in the ocean this summer, pick up something from the new Solid & Striped x Sloane Stephens collab right now. The tennis champ didn’t just partner with the popular swimwear brand on limited-edition styles;
Solid & Striped first launched with a line of maillots featuring some decidedly prep undertones—namely, cabana stripes and navy and white solids on easy tank suits. Which might make you think that a tennis collab and all its country club vibes would be right on brand.
North Oconee's tennis teams now expect to win a state title every season. This Saturday the girls and boys teams play for another championship.
Corbin's boys tennis team continues to build momentum heading into the upcoming 13th Region Tennis Tournament and did so by defeating Whitley County in match play, 7-0. The Redhounds (13-1-2) were able to sweep all five singles matches and two doubles matches.
Irving, Texas - Six members of the Oklahoma State women's tennis team were recognized with the announcement of the 2021 Academic All-Big 12 squad by the league office
Cole Haan, the iconic American performance lifestyle brand and retailer, announces its entry into the performance tennis space with
Both Alabama men’s and women’s tennis teams earned a bid to the NCAA Championships, the association announced on Monday afternoon. The men’s team will take a trip to Baylor University in Texas to face Oregon in the tournament’s first round this weekend.
The story has been edited from its original publication to correctly state that the Iowa State women's team earned an NCAA Tournament berth.  The Iowa State women's tennis team, under the direction of third-year head coach Boomer Saia,