Randolph-Macon Women’s Tennis was named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic Team. The ITA also named six Yellow Jackets as All-Academic Scholar Athletes. The six women were joined by Men’s Tennis rising sophomore Ryan Aud (Fishersville, Va. / Wilson Memorial), who was named a All-Academic Scholar Athlete as well.
Randolph-Macon recent graduate Stephanie Yeager (Fairfax, Va. / Robinson Secondary) and junior Morgan Fuqua (Richmond, VA / Mills Godwin) were honored for their doubles play this season, while junior Landon Aud (Fishersville, Va. / Wilson Memorial) was honored for play on the singles flight. All three were named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State Second Team for the College Division.
Randolph-Macon juniors Kristin Dantzler (Williamsburg, Va./York) and Brendan Markovic (Westminster, MD / Winters Mill) have earned Google Cloud Academic All-American status it was announced Wednesday. The Google Cloud Academic All-America program is administered and voted upon by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Honorees must have at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average, participated in at least half of all contests and must have completed one full year at their institutions.
Randolph-Macon College had three student-athletes voted to the 2018-19 Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large Teams: junior Kristin Dantzler (Williamsburg, Va./York) from women's tennis, sophomore Victor Kontopanos (North Chesterfield, Va./Home School) from men's swimming, and junior Brendan Markovic (Westminster, Md./Winters Mill) from men's lacrosse.
Randolph-Macon junior Landon Aud (Fishersville, Va. / Wilson Memorial) appeared on two different All-ODAC lists, it was announced by the conference Tuesday afternoon. She made a First Team appearance for singles while Aud and her teammate Kristin Dantzler (Williamsburg, Va. / York) were joined by the duos of senior Stephanie Yeager (Fairfax, Va. / Robinson Secondary) & junior Morgan Fuqua (Richmond, VA / Mills Godwin) and junior Courtney Jenkins (Yorktown, Va. / York) & sophomore Isabel Wadsworth (Lake Wales, Fla. / Lake Wales) on the All-ODAC Second Team. The three honors represent all three of R-MC’s primary doubles teams.
Senior Stephanie Yeager (Fairfax, Va./Robinson Secondary) and sophomore Daniella Hafner (Leesburg, Va./Loudon County) both had wins in singles as well as doubles as the Randolph-Macon women's tennis team blanked Ferrum 5-0 in ODAC action on Sunday afternoon.
ASHLAND, Va. -- Randolph-Macon Women's Tennis has rescheduled its match against Randolph for later this week. The Yellow Jackets will meet the WildCats at the Banks Tennis Center in Ashland on Wednesday, April 17 at 3:30 PM. The contest was rained out this past weekend (April 13). Women's Tennis remains undefeated this season, going 9-0 so far, including 6-0 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference
Randolph-Macon Men’s and Women’s Tennis will be forced to make changes for matches scheduled on Saturday, April 12. The forecasted rains will prevent matches from being played at the Banks Tennis Center.
Three straight 8-0 wins in doubles play helped Women’s Tennis get a victory against Old Dominion Athletic Conference foe Guilford on Monday afternoon. The match was a makeup from an earlier rainout in March.
Randolph-Macon Women’s Tennis scored a dominating victory against the Virginia Wesleyan Marlins Tuesday afternoon as the Yellow Jackets swept doubles action and took five of six singles matches to turn back the Marlins.
For the fourth match in a row to begin the season, Randolph-Macon Women’s Tennis swept its competition, which included a Division II opponent today. R-MC got the 9-0 victory against Virginia Union University at the Banks Tennis Center on Wednesday.
Randolph-Macon did not allow the Fighting Squirrels of Mary Baldwin to tally a single game as each of the nine matches went the Yellow Jackets’ way in a sweeping victory in Staunton on Sunday afternoon.
Randolph-Macon Women’s Tennis earned its second sweep of the weekend, defeating Emory & Henry 8-0 at the Banks Tennis Center Sunday morning. The Yellow Jackets got resounding victories all the way through the lineup as weather cut some of the match short.