Weston, Mass.—The Regis College men’s tennis team is proud to announce a new player addition for the fall of 2011. Pride head coach John Ciarleglio announced that Michael Beluch (Lynn, Mass. St. John’s Prep) has committed to attend Regis College this fall.
BOSTON, Mass. – The Wentworth men’s tennis team concluded regular-season play with a clean sweep as the Leopards downed Regis, 9-0, in a The Commonwealth Coast Conference match at the Sportsmen’s Tennis Club.
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College men’s tennis team will be playing two matches this week. The First match will be Wednesday (Apr. 20) against Salve Regina University. The visiting Seahawks enter the contest with a record of 4-11 and are 4-5 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference. The Pride enters the contest with an overall record of 1-15 and 1-8 in TCCC play. The second match of the week will be Thursday (Apr. 21) against Wentworth Institute of Technology. The Leopards enter the contest with an overall record of 5-6 and are 4-5 in TCCC play.
Quincy, Mass.- The Regis Pride men's tennis team lost to the Eastern Nazarene Lions 7-2, fighting back in the singles matches after losing all three doubles matches. The Pride played well with solid team participation as the Lions picked up their third straight win in The Commonwealth Coast Conference. The Lions move to 5-3 in TCCC play and are 9-6 overall. The Pride moves to 1-7 in the TCCC and 1-14 on the season.
WESTON, Mass.—Regis College men’s tennis battled to within one match with Lesley University Sunday, but would fall 5-4 to the Lynx. Regis College won all of its doubles matches against the undefeated Lesley University Lynx.
WESTON, Mass.—Andy White (Bozeman, Mont./Bozeman) won his singles match versus J.D. Moyer of Curry College in the third singles position to give Regis College men’s tennis its only victory Wednesday. The Pride lost 8-1 to Curry, and fell to 1-11 overall, and 1-5 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference.
Weston,Mass.—The Regis College Athletic Department is proud to announce the student athlete of the week. Andy White (Bozeman, Mont./Bozeman) was chosen for his strong play in singles Saturday (Mar. 26) against Anna Maria College.
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College men’s tennis team will be taking on Western New England College Tuesday (Mar. 29) at the Regis College Athletic Fields. The Pride enters the contest with an overall record of 1-6 and is 1-2 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference. The Golden Bears enter the contest with and overall record of 4-2 and will be competing in their first TCCC matchup of the season.
PAXTON, Mass. (03.26.11) – The Pride of Regis College held off a furious comeback by the AMCATS, taking their first TCCC victory of the season 5-4. The Pride improve to 1-7 on the year and 1-1 in conference, while the AMCATS fall to 0-4 overall and 0-3 in the TCCC.
WESTON, Mass.—Gordon College (4-3, 1-0 TCCC) had its way with the Regis College (0-7, 0-2 TCCC) men’s tennis team Friday. Gordon defeated Regis College 9-0. Andy White forced his opponent into a win-by-two match, but would lose the singles competition to Eric Musser 6-2, 7-5.
Weston,Mass.--The Regis College men's tennis team recently returned from its spring break trip in Hilton Head N.C. The team played some great competition and had an overall great time. View the video to get an in-depth look of the trip.
WESTON, Mass.—Endicott College (1-3, 1-0 TCCC) handled Regis College (0-6, 0-1 TCCC) Saturday, defeating the Pride 9-0 in men’s tennis. Porter Williams, competing in the No. 1 singles position, battled with Dan Berdichevsky to defeat him 6-0, 6-2 for the Gulls first singles match victory of the day.
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College men’s tennis team will have its first home match of the season Saturday (Mar. 19) versus Endicott College. The Pride enters the contest with an overall record of 0-5 and is playing its first match since returning from spring break. The visiting Gulls enter the contest with an overall record of 0-2. This will be the first Commonwealth Coast Conference match for both teams.
WESTON, Mass.—Playing in its second match of the 2011 season, the Regis College (0-2) men’s tennis team lost 9-0 to Lebanon Valley College Monday in Hilton Head, S.C. The Pride is competing in its spring break portion of the 2011 schedule.
WESTON, Mass.—With the Regis College men’s tennis team on the road competing in the spring break portion of its season schedule, head coach John Ciarleglio is updating us all on the teams progress while in sunny South Carolina.
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College men’s tennis team will be competing this spring break in Hilton Head South Carolina. The Pride is set to play five matches in five days to open up the 2011 spring season.
Weston, Mass.--- The Regis College Athletic Department announced Tuesday (Oct. 12) that the Intercollegiate Tennis Association designated Regis College tennis team members Mouhamed Diallo (Boston, Mass. /Cours Sainte Marie de Hann) and Caitlin Fitzgerald (Lynn, Mass. /St. Mary's-Lynn) as Academic All-Americans.
Weston, Mass.--- The Regis College men’s tennis team hosted Eastern Nazarene College and Wentworth Institute of Technology Saturday (Oct. 2) for the first annual Regis Fall Invitational Tournament. “It was a huge success.” Stated the Pride’s head coach John Ciarleglio. “The weather was beautiful and we saw some great tennis.” The event was held as part of Regis College’s homecoming activities and included three flights of doubles, three flights of singles and a consolation round for singles.
Weston, Mass.Jeffrie Parrish (Framingham, Mass.), Jonathan Chen (Malden, Mass.), Jonathan Dost (Taunton, Mass.), and Matthew McDonlad (Braintree, Mass.) were recently announced as incoming student-athletes for the Regis College mens tennis program. Head coach John Ciarleglio made the announcement via email.