LYNCHBURG, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team opened the 2017-18 season at the Randolph College WildCat Invite on Saturday afternoon. The tournament featured the host WildCats, Bridgewater College, Lynchburg College and the Vixens.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference has announced it's 2016-17 Sportsmanship Teams and eight Sweet Briar student-athletes have been selected to the team for their respective sport. The squads are comprised of a student-athlete selected by the coaches staffs of each team competing under the banner with all sports and schools fully represented.
The annual Sweet Briar College athletics awards banquet was held on Wednesday, May 3, in Prothro Dining Hall. The department presented its seven major awards along with varsity letters and individual team awards.
WINCHESTER, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team ended its 2017 regular season on a high note by taking down Shenandoah University. The Vixens were the stronger side from the start, winning the match 6-3.
AMHERST, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team honored its three graduating seniors before Tuesday nights match against Lynchburg College. Gina Rutledge, Des'rae Davis, and Alicia Wooten were recognized alongside their families before the start of the match.
SWEET BRIAR, Va. — Sweet Briar College this month broke ground on a renovation of its home tennis courts. The College anticipates completing the project by the end of May — just in time for Reunion and summer tennis camps.
AMHERST, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team picked up its first ODAC win of the season with a very tight match against Virginia Wesleyan College. The Vixens took advantage of a beautiful Sunday afternoon, winning 5-4.
SWEET BRIAR, Va.- With the winds gusting and temperatures plummeting outside, the Sweet Briar College tennis team hosted Ferrum College inside the Upchurch Field House on Wednesday afternoon. SBC made the most of the home court advantage and cruised to an 8-1 victory.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team concluded its annual spring break trip to Hilton Head Island, S.C. with a matchup against Drew University. The two sides played close matches across all courts, but it was the Rangers that emerged victorious, 5-4.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.- Spring break continued today for the Sweet Briar College tennis team as they faced ODAC foe Bridgewater College during the teams annual spring trips. The Eagles emerged victorious in the match, 8-1.
ASHLAND, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team played its second Old Dominion Athletic Conference match of the young 2017 season with a Thursday afternoon visit to Randolph-Macon College. The host Yellow Jackets lived up to their No. 17 ITA Regional Ranking with a 9-0 victory.
AMHERST, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team was in action for the second time in a week on Friday afternoon when they hosted Averett University. SBC put together a team effort for a hard fought, 6-3, victory.
LEXINGTON, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team was back in action on Tuesday afternoon with their Old Dominion Athletic Conference opener at Washington & Lee University. The Generals won the shortened match, 5-0.
AMHERST, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team got its spring season off to a strong start with a 9-0 clean sweep of William Peace University on Saturday afternoon. This is the fifth time in the past eight seasons that SBC has won its spring season opener.
Sweet Briar's Athletics and Riding programs are excited to announce this year's inductees for the Hall of Fame. These alumnae bring pride and recognition to the College through their achievements at Sweet Briar, professional accomplishments, and ongoing support of their alma mater.
The first official day of spring may still be over a month away, but that doesn't mean Sweet Briar College's spring athletics teams aren't hard at work. With a home match on Saturday, the Sweet Briar tennis program kicks off the spring athletics season.
Sweet Briar College today announced the appointment of noted scholar, liberal arts advocate, experienced administrator and global leader for women’s education Meredith Woo as the College’s 13th president. She will succeed Phillip C. Stone, who will retire in May 2017.