LaDuca, Sarjoo Named ITA Scholar Athletes

East Carolina earned a spot on this year's ITA All-Academic Teams list, while rising senior Nicole LaDuca and rising sophomore Sarah Sarjoo also received individual honors for their academic achievements. Read More [+]

Pirates Bow Out Of American Conference Tournament

East Carolina's season came to an end as the Pirates dropped a 4-0 decision to eighth-seeded Connecticut in the first round of the American Athletic Conference Women's Tennis Championship Tournament Wednesday morning at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center. Read More [+]

ECU To Face UConn In American Tournament Opener

Although East Carolina will make its inaugural appearance in the 2015 American Athletic Conference Women's Tennis Championship Tournament in Tulsa Wednesday, it will try to maintain its recent first-round postseason success that includes six victories in the last eight years. Read More [+]

ECU Closes Regular Season With 4-0 Setback To Cincinnati

Natalia Abdalla and Hannah Wille's 7-5 win over Dana Gray and Katie Hoch in a No. 3 doubles match clinched the opening point and sparked Cincinnati's 4-0 American Conference neutral site victory over East Carolina Saturday afternoon at the UConn Tennis Courts. Read More [+]

Connecticut Posts 4-1 Home Win Over Pirates

Connecticut bounced back from an early doubles loss and staved off a pair of Pirate singles rallies to post a 4-1 American Athletic Conference victory over East Carolina Friday afternoon at the UConn Tennis Courts. Read More [+]

ECU Tops Richmond 4-2 To End Spiders' Win Streak

East Carolina convincingly earned the doubles point and added three singles wins, two in three-set fashion, to down Richmond, 4-2, in non-conference women's tennis action Friday afternoon at the Westhampton Tennis Complex. Read More [+]