February 10 - MIAA Athlete of the Week
|Feb. 14||Hope||3||Case Western Reserve||6||Final|
|Aquinas||4||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||3||Final|
|Spring Arbor||3||Saint Mary's (Ind.)||6||Final|
|Feb. 16||Kalamazoo||0||Case Western Reserve||9||Final|
Around the MIAA
Adrian will begin the 2020 season Friday, Feb. 21 at Concordia Ann Arbor.
Did not compete.
Alma will begin the 2020 season Friday, Feb. 21 at St. Francis (Ind.).
The Calvin women's tennis team handed first-year head coach Tim Morey his first collegiate victory as the Knights defeated Cornerstone University 6-2 on Thursday night inside Calvin's Huizenga Tennis and Track Center. Calvin took two of the three doubles points and then cruised to victories in the top five singles spots with four of the five singles victories decided in straight sets. Calvin is back in action on Friday, traveling to Aquinas for a 6 p.m. match.
Senior Claire Hallock won a three-set thriller for the Hope College women's tennis team during a nationally-ranked showdown at Carnegie Mellon University (Pennsylvania) on Saturday. The senior from Lakeland, Florida, defeated seventh-ranked Carnegie Mellon's Vinaya Rao, 6-0, 4-6, 1-0 (10-8) at No. 2 singles. The No. 28-ranked Flying Dutch lost to their seventh-ranked foe, 8-1, in non-league play. Hope dropped a second singles match that went three sets and two doubles matches that needed a tiebreaker.
The Hornets look ahead to four home matches in February to begin its spring season, starting with Chicago Friday, Feb. 14.
Olivet will face Cornerstone Saturday, Feb. 15 to start the spring season.
The Belles are back in action Friday, Feb. 7 against Indiana-South Bend to resume their season.
Trine will take on King's (Pa.) Monday, March 2 to begin the 2020 season.
2019-20 MIAA Women's Tennis Standings
|GP||Record||Win %||PF||PA||GP||Record||Win %||PF||PA||Last 10||Streak|
|Saint Mary's (Ind.)||0||0-0||0.000||0||0||7||5-2||0.714||39||22||5-2||Lost 1|