Startseva Named Little East Women's Tennis Player and Rookie of the Year, Allaire Earns First Team Honors PAWTUCKET, R.I. ? Salem State University's Anastasia Startseva (Volgograd, Russia) has been named the 2018 Little East Conference (LEC) Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year, while teammate Maddie Allaire (Columbus, Ohio) earned first team, all-confernece singles and doubles. Full Story
Panthers Edge Vikings in LEC Semifinals SALEM, MASS. – No. 3 seed Salem State was defeated by No. 2 seed Plymouth State by a score of 5-4 in the semifinals of the Little East Conference Women’s Tennis Tournament on Friday afternoon at the RIC Tennis Center in Providence, R.I. The Panthers took four-of-six singles matches to earn a trip to the championship match tomorrow against either top seed Rhode Island College or No. 4 seed UMass Dartmouth. Full Story
Salem State Advances to Little East Semifinals SALEM, MASS. – No. 3 seed Salem State defeated No. 6 seed Southern Maine 5-0 on Wednesday afternoon at The Central Campus Tennis Courts to advance to the second round of the Little East Conference Women’s Tennis Tournament. The Vikings will now face No. 2 seed Plymouth State in a semifinal match on Friday at 11:00 AM at host Rhode Island College. Full Story
Salem State Sweeps Emmanuel 3-0 SALEM, Mass. – Haley Reed’s (Goffstown, N.H.) vital seven service ace performance helped the Salem State Vikings shut out the Emmanuel Saints 3-0 on Tuesday evening at Twohig Gymnasium. The Vikings won all three sets, 25-16, 25-18, 25-12. Salem rises to 13-8 on the year while the Saints fall to 7-13 on the season. Full Story
2018 Little East Conference Women's Tennis Tournament PAWTUCKET, R.I. – Following an undefeated regular season, Rhode Island College will be the top seed in this week’s Little East Conference Women’s Tennis Championship Tournament. The announcement was made by the Conference following the conclusion conference action Tuesday. Full Story
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