Old Dominion women's tennis head coach, Dominic Manilla, was named the VaSID Coach of the Year for the second straight season on Friday. ODU's Holly Hutchinson was named to the All-State First Team for singles and doubles. Brooke Pilkington teamed up with Hutchinson on the All-State First Team, as well as garnered Second Team honors for singles. Joining Pilkington on the All-State Second Team for singles was Nataliia Vlasova.
Holly Hutchinson of the Old Dominion women's tennis team will be competing in the 30th Summer University Games on July 5-13 in Naples, Italy. Hutchinson is one of just two collegiate student-athletes representing Great Britain women's tennis in the 2019 University Games, with the other being Emily Arbuthnott of Stanford.
Conference USA announced the 14 student-athletes receiving the C-USA Spring Spirit of Service Award today, as Holly Hutchinson was Old Dominion University's representative. The C-USA Spirit of Service Award is designed to recognize the community service efforts of the league's student-athletes, based upon significant community service, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport. The Spirit of Service award is presented three times throughout the season, with today's honorees representing spring sports: baseball, golf, softball, tennis and outdoor track & field.
The 2020 ITA Kick-Off Draft has come and gone and the Old Dominion women's tennis team will compete in the Chapel Hill, N.C. regional, along with North Carolina, Columbia and Auburn on Jan. 24-27.
Head coach Dominic Manilla led his team to the program's first ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, which marked ODU's second ever appearance in the Big Dance and first for the program since 2001.
Manilla's team earned the program's first ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, which marked ODU's second ever appearance in the Big Dance and first for the program since 2001.
Yulia Starodubtseva of the ODU women's tennis team was named the ITA Atlantic Region Player to Watch on Saturday.
Women's Tennis Falls to Virginia, 4-2, in First Round of NCAA Tournament
Monarchs open with the University of Virginia Friday at the Columbia regional at the University of South Carolina
The No. 40 nationally ranked Old Dominion women's tennis team (19-4) will take on No. 21 nationally ranked Virginia (17-8) in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, May 3 at 9:00 a.m. ET at the Carolina Tennis Center, which is on the campus of the University of South Carolina.
The No. 37 nationally ranked Old Dominion women's team earned the program's first ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament on Monday night, as announced by the NCAA selection committee. The Monarchs will take on No. 21 nationally ranked Virginia in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament in Columbia, S.C.
Manilla has led the Monarchs to a 19-4 season so far, while compiling a perfect 11-0 mark at home and a 3-0 record against conference opponents during the regular season.