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DOUBLE TROUBLE: McKenzie Henry ’27 and Mimi Rhee ’25 discuss strategy in between sets against Westlake High School on Sept. 13.

Girls’ tennis gears up for start of league play

Eden Conner, Assistant Opinion Editor September 21, 2023

Last season, the girls’ tennis team went 15-3 overall and 7-1 in the Mission League with a trip to the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) semifinal. They started their 2023-2024 season 2-2 with...

Jade Zoller 22 sets up to hit a high forehand cross court in a match against Notre Dame High School.

Squad builds on early season successes

Justin Goldstein March 25, 2021

Despite initial postponements due to the coronavirus pandemic, the girls tennis team has started their season off strong, going 2-0 overall. The squad beat Notre Dame 11-7 and Calabasas 14-4 in its...

Captain Katherine Konvitz 20 prepares to return her opponent serve in the 13-5 match win against Marymount on Oct. 24.

Girls’ Tennis advances to CIF Quarterfinals.

Alex Amster November 9, 2019

Girls’ Tennis defeated Valencia High School 12-6 in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Playoffs today, after beating Brentwood High School 15-3 in the first round of CIF Playoffs on Wednesday.   Currently,...

Kimberly Tan ’22 serves ball to her opponent in a 70-59 Mission League win against Notre Dame High School on Sept. 24. Photo credit: Jaidev Pant/Chronicle.

Young, injury riddled program looks to build momentum and experience

Eugean Choi October 2, 2019

Despite many early injuries, the girls' tennis team has performed consistently, starting the season with an overall record of 2-3 and league record of 1-1. The girls are slowly improving throughout the season Girls’...

Girls’ tennis squad comes up short in home opener

Ben Tenzer September 14, 2017

After losing its first match of the season, the girls' tennis team returned home and fell to Palos Verdes, losing 14-4. As it is still early in the season, the squad is largely focusing on fine-tuning...

Girls’ tennis falls in season opener

Ben Tenzer September 5, 2017

The girls' tennis team lost to Valencia by a score of 7-11 in the first match of the season today. Despite the loss, players say the squad isn't discouraged and will look at this as a learning experience. "I...

Tennis squad looks toward CIF title win

Ben Tenzer August 31, 2017

SEEING DOUBLE: Former Wolverine Sophia Genender and teammate Jenna Moustafa '17 warm up. As both left the school last season, younger players are eyeing now-open leadership spots on the team.   Despite...

Jennifer Gadalov ’19 prepares to hit the ball to her opponent. The Wolverines lost the game 11-7 to Notre Dame. Credit: Ellis Becker/ Chronicle

Team eyes CIF title despite early issues

Ellis Becker October 6, 2016

The girls’ tennis team started off its season with a 13-5 win at its first league match Sept. 20 against Immaculate Heart. The team is currently 6-2 overall and 2-1 in league play. “Immaculate Heart...

Amanda Chan ’19 hits a backhand  in last season’s  13-5 victory over Notre Dame on Oct. 1

Squad prepares for new season

Elly Choi September 1, 2016

Though only six players will return to the girls' tennis team, the team hopes to advance into the finals again and this time, go all the way. Last season, the girls' tennis team broke every school record...

Girls’ Tennis wins home opener

Connor Reese August 31, 2016

The Wolverine Girls' Tennis team swept their first home game of the season. Girls' Tennis sweeps Valencia 11-7 (Varsity) and 16-2 (JV) in home opener at LAVC — Harvard-Westlake...

Double up: Amanda Chan and Jenna Moustafa return a hit during a match against Notre Dame.  Credit: Emily Rahal

Girls’ Tennis falls in CIF State Finals

Connor Reese November 25, 2015

After a gutting loss to Peninsula in the CIF finals, the girls’ tennis team had no choice but to refocus. By making it to the semifinals, they qualified for the CIF regional tournament, but they fell...

Girls’ Tennis advances to semi-finals of CIF USTA Regional Championships

Connor Reese November 20, 2015

The Girls' Tennis team built upon their first round success with a quarterfinal win over Northwood High School in the CIF regional tournament journey. The Wolverines handily beat Northwood 5-2 in the...

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