Tennis falls on the road at LaGrange

Wesleyan tennis got off to a slow start on Wednesday failing to win a match against LaGrange. However, Head Coach Seth Semones remained optimistic about the 2019 season. He had this to say, "0 and 9 does not represent how well the Wolves battled today. There were many positives that came out of our doubles and singles matches, and we look forward to capitalizing on in the matches to come. Lagrange is a tough opponent Weslyan's women's tennis team did not back down and fought to the final point. Everyone is in good spirits as we move forward to our weekend match at home."

The following are quotes from players who competed for the Wolves

 " Playing for the first time at the collegiate level was both nerve racking and exciting! Our team left everything we had on the court today, and that's something to be proud of. What's important is that we now know what to improve on. The next step is putting the work in so we can be ready for the next match." 

Kearsetyn Bargeron

"Today our team fought as hard as we could without backing down or throwing in the towel. We do have room for improvement though and will strive to beat our future competitors, but today was a day of acknowledging what we need to work on as a team."

- Bianca Walker 

Wesleyan Tennis will host their first home meet this Saturday 3/2/19, as Albany State comes to Macon. First serve is at 1:00 PM.