Hornets Take on Senior DayThe Lyndon State College women’s tennis team faced Green Mountain College in non-conference action Sunday morning taking the 7-2 loss on Senior Day.
Hornets edged by Eagles in NEAC finaleThe Lyndon State College women’s tennis team were edged out by Green Mountain College 5-4 in North Eastern Athletic Conference East (NEAC East) tennis action on Saturday at the Vermont Sport and Fitness Club.
Chargers sweep HornetsThe Lyndon State College women’s tennis team dropped a North Eastern Athletic Conference East Division match-up with Colby-Sawyer College 9-0 Sunday afternoon at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center.
Eagles soar over HornetsThe Lyndon State College women’s tennis team fell 9-0 to visiting Husson University in North Eastern Atlantic Conference play Sunday morning at the St. Johnsbury Academy Field House.
Hornets come up short against TerriersThe Lyndon State College women’s tennis team continued North Eastern Atlantic Conferenence play Saturday afternoon with a close 6-3 loss to Thomas College at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center.
Hornets beaten by TrailblazersNichole Jones (Lisbon Falls, Maine) and Alexa Richard (Haverhill, Mass.) picked up their first singles wins of the season but the Lyndon State College women’s tennis team fell short in a 7-2 loss to MCLA.
Hornets top Spartans in conference matchThe Lyndon State College women’s tennis team picked up their second win of the season topping Castleton University 5-4 at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center on Thursday.
Hornets fall in season openerLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – In Saturday afternoon’s season opener, the Lyndon women’s tennis team fell 9-0 to the visiting Plattsburgh State Cardinals (1-0).
Boyce, Jones named to All-NEAC East TeamLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Christina Boyce and Nichole Jones, a pair of freshmen who compete on the Lyndon women’s tennis team, were recently named to the All-North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Eastern Division Team.
Hornets fall to Spartans, TerriersLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Lyndon’s chances of a berth in the 2014 North Eastern Athletics Conference Eastern Division playoffs took a hit over the weekend with losses to Thomas and Castleton.
Lyndon slips past Johnson StateJOHNSON, Vt. – Lyndon improved to 3-5 overall and evened its North Atlantic Conference record at 2-2 with a hard-fought 5-4 match victory over Arch-Rival Johnson State on the Badger’s home courts.
Lyndon women earn season sweepLYNDON CENTER, Vt. – The Lyndon women's tennis team earned its first North Atlantic Conference win of the season Sunday with a 7-2 victory over Green Mountain College in a match held at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center.
Colby-Sawyer defeats LyndonNEW LONDON, N.H. –The Colby-Sawyer College women's tennis team improved to 4-0 in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) East Division with a victory over Lyndon Saturday afternoon at Kelsey Tennis Courts.
Panthers remain unbeaten with win over LyndonLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Undefeated Plymouth State University visited Lyndon Wednesday and defeated the Hornets b y a score of 9-0. The now 6-0 Panthers easily started of the match with a sweep of all three doubles matches.
Trailblazers top HornetsLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts women’s tennis team evened its overall record at 3-3 Saturday with an 8-1 match victory over Lyndon at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center.
Boyce earns weekly NEAC East honorLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Christina Boyce, a freshman with the Lyndon women’s tennis team, has been named the North Eastern Athletic Conference Eastern Division Rookie of the Week for the period ending Sunday, Sept. 14.
Hornets top Eagles for first match victoryRUTLAND, Vt. – The Lyndon women's tennis team earned its first win of the season Saturday with a 7-2 victory over Green Mountain College in non-conference tennis action at the Vermont Sport and Fitness Club. With the win, the Hornets improve to 1-2 the season.
Spartans defeat HornetsCASTLETON, Vt. – The Castleton women's tennis team defeated Lyndon Saturday by a match score of 8-1. With the victory, the Spartans are now 3-1 on the season while the Hornets drop to 0-2.
Hornets blanked in season openerGORHAM, Maine — The University of Southern Maine women's tennis team cruised to a 9-0 victory over Lyndon Saturday in the season opener for both programs.
Lyndon hopes to maintain standing in NEAC EastLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — The Lyndon women’s tennis team is hoping for another great season in the North Eastern Athletic Conference’s Eastern Division. The Hornets finished fourth in the NEAC East a year ago, making the playoffs under first-year coach Laura Laramee.
Flynn named to All-NEAC East TeamLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — For a fourth consecutive season, Kayla Flynn of the Lyndon women’s tennis program has been named to the All-North Eastern Athletic Conference Eastern Division Singles Team.
Hornets sting BadgersJOHNSON, Vt. – Lyndon defeated Johnson State 5-4 Sunday in a North Eastern Athletic Conference East conference tennis match. The Hornets will enter the NEAC East conference playoffs tournament with a 4-7 overall record while going 2-3 in conference play and the Badgers end their season to 2-9 overall and 1-4 in conference play.
Lyndon falls to ThomasLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — Thomas improved to 4-5 overall, and 3-2 in the North Atlantic Conference, Saturday with a 6-3 victory over Lyndon at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center.
Castleton earns 6-3 win over HornetsCASTLETON , Vt. - The Spartans earned a 6-3 win over Northeast Athletic Conference foe Lyndon on Sunday afternoon in Castleton to ensure themselves a spot in the NEAC East conference playoffs.
Charger stampede HornetsLYNDON CENTER, Vt. —Colby Sawyer visited Lyndon Saturday and walked off with an 8-1 win, including a sweep of all three double matches.
PSU women defeat LyndonPLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University women’s tennis team won its second match in a row Wednesday afternoon, defeating Lyndon State College, 8-1, in a non-conference match at the P.E. Center Courts.
Hornets sting TrailblazersNORTH ADAMS, Mass.- Visiting Lyndon swept all the doubles matches and then held off a late MCLA charge to earn a 7-2 North Atlantic Conference women's tennis victory on Saturday.
Lyndon squeezes out win over JohnsonLYNDON CENTER, Vt. — The Lyndon women's tennis improved to 2-3 on the season Wednesday with a narrow 5-4 win over Johnson State College at the Dudley Bell Tennis Center.