Columbus St. players compete for one another
SURPRISE, Ariz. – The discussion was black or blue, as in colors of shirts and shorts for Wednesday’s Round of 16 matches in the NCAA Division II Women’s Tennis Championship.
It came following Tuesday’s practice at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex in suburban Phoenix, and Columbus State head coach Evan Isaacs wisely abstained.
“They’re selecting the clothing,” Isaacs said of his sixth-ranked Lady Cougars.
Columbus State beats USC-Aiken in Southeast Region
COLUMBUS, Ga. — No. 8 Columbus State moved one step closer to the program’s third Round of 16 appearance as the second-seeded Cougars defeated No. 30 South Carolina-Aiken 5-1 Saturday morning in the opening match of the NCAA tournament. The match took place at the Mary V. Blackmon Tennis Center on the campus of CSU.
It is the fifth consecutive season that CSU has recorded at least one NCAA tournament victory.
Armstrong Atlantic wins Peach Belt crown
FLORENCE, S.C. – Armstrong Atlantic captured its ninth consecutive Peach Belt Conference Tournament title with a 5-1 win against No. 8-ranked Columbus State on Sunday at the Dr. Eddie Floyd Florence Tennis Center.
Columbus State sweeps Francis Marion in tourney
No. 8 and third-seeded Columbus State swept sixth-seeded Francis Marion 5-0 in the first round of the Peach Belt Concerence Tournament. The Cougars advanced to the semifinals for the sixth time in a row.
- Poll: ITA
FLORENCE, S.C. — After a rain delay, the eighth-ranked and third-seeded Columbus State knocked off sixth-seeded Francis Marion 5-0 in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament quarterfinals Friday afternoon. The match took place at the Dr. Eddie Floyd Florence Tennis Center.
No. 6 Columbus State tops Pacers
Sixth-ranked and second-seeded Columbus State will make its 10th consecutive Peach Belt Conference Tournament semifinal appearance after beating USC Aiken 5-0 in the PBC tournament quarterfinals.
- Poll: ITA
FLORENCE, S.C. – Sixth-ranked and second-seeded Columbus State will make its 10th consecutive Peach Belt Conference Tournament semifinal appearance on Saturday after taking down seventh-seeded USC Aiken 5-0 in the PBC tournament quarterfinals on Friday at the Dr. Eddie Floyd Florence Tennis Center.
Columbus State dominates Augusta State
AUGUSTA, Ga – In the first meeting since their 2012 NCAA tournament third round match, seventh-ranked Columbus State revenged its loss by breezing past ninth-ranked Augusta State 8-1 on Thursday. The Peach Belt Conference match took place at the Newman Tennis Courts.
Columbus State trips up No. 6 West Florida
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus State scored three runs in the first and got a solid relief effort from Matthew Kuhlenberg to defeat sixth-ranked West Florida 5-3 to salvage a two-game split on Wednesday.
Strong finish lifts No. 7 Columbus State to win
In their first meeting since the 2011 national semifinals, No. 7 Columbus State staged a comeback to turn back the challenge of No. 24 Valdosta State 6-3 on Tuesday in Valdosta.
- Poll: ITA
VALDOSTA, Ga. -– Playing its sixth consecutive match against a top-25 opponent, seventh-ranked Columbus State downed 24th-ranked Valdosta State 6-3 on Tuesday at the VSU Tennis Courts. It was the first meeting between the schools since the 2011 national semifinal match.
Columbus State routs Anderson 9-0
No. 7 Columbus State won all but one set against Anderson on Sunday, defeating the Trojans 9-0. Olivier Simonet and Oussama Zoghlami had the easiest match as they dispatched their opposition 8-2.
- Poll: ITA
COLUMBUS, Ga.– In the opening match of the season, seventh-ranked Columbus State lost just one set as the Cougars defeated Anderson 9-0 on Sunday. The match took place at the Mary V. Blackmon Tennis Center.
Jacksonville St. opens new year with home win
In its first competition of the new year, No. 5 Jacksonville St. turned in a solid effort as the Gamecocks topped Ohio Valley Conference foes Murray St. and Columbus St. with a team score of 4,609.
- Poll: CRCA Coaches’
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – In its first competition of the new year, No. 5 Jacksonville State turned in a solid effort on Saturday at the Gamecock Rifle Range as the Gamecocks topped Ohio Valley Conference foes No. 8 Murray State and No. 18 Columbus State.