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Southwest Baptist University Men | Women


Division:NCAA - Div. II
Conference:MIAA
Location:Bolivar, MO
Head Coach:John Bryant
Assistant Coach:Barb Janzekovich
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Small town
Student Population:2,500+


 
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RatingNameCityState
Brad Cisek Naples FL
Torben Semrau Hofheim GER
Sherif Abohabaga Cairo EGY
 
The Sports News Wire
 
We continuously monitor news feeds from various online sources such as CSTV, UWIRE, and JumpTV to bring you the latest news about your favorite teams.
 
17-Jul-2015 SBU Men's & Women's Tennis Named ITA All-Academic Teams
11-May-2015 Belote, Blodig, & Kinal Earn ITA Regional Honors
29-Apr-2015 Six Bearcats Earn All-MIAA Honors in Men's Tennis
26-Apr-2015 SBU Men's Tennis Finishes 3rd in MIAA Championship Tournament
25-Apr-2015 SBU Men's Tennis Falls to #27 Nebraska-Kearney 5-0 in MIAA Semi-Finals
24-Apr-2015 SBU Men's Tennis Sweeps Washburn 5-0 to Advance to Semi-Finals
22-Apr-2015 SBU Men's Tennis Earns #3 Seed in MIAA Postseason Tournament
11-Apr-2015 SBU Men's Tennis Drops Tight Match at #19 Northwest Missouri 5-4
10-Apr-2015 Men's Tennis Falls to #18 Ouachita Baptist 5-2
7-Apr-2015 SBU Men's Tennis Drops Heartbreaker to #15 Drury 5-4
 
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