||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. III
|Head Coach:||Hobie Holbach|
|Student Population:||Less than 2,500|
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|Top Mid-Major Classes:||
R.V. in 2013
|Top Div. III Classes:||
#17 in 2014, #4 in 2013, #5 in 2012, #6 in 2011, #8 in 2010
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The following articles are relevant to the Bowdoin women's team.
SCIAC/NESCAC Women's Preview and UAA Recap
This is D3NorthEastWomen's, and I'm more than excited to do a joint
article with D3WestWomen's for a preview of the SCIAC and NESCAC
Conference Championships, a recap of the UAA Conference Championships,
as well as a bonus section of a couple of other conference
Division III Roundtable - Late Season Report
While Tennis Recruiting has been running its Signing Week coverage,
there have been a ton of great stories in Division III tennis. We've
brought together four of our dedicated D-III writers (three men's and
one women's) to bring you all the updates on this year's season before
we head into the postseason. I hope you enjoy our 'D-III Roundtable'.
2014 Top NCAA Division III Women's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network wraps up its spring recruiting class
rankings with a look at the D-III women. Today we present our list
of the Top 25 NCAA D-III women's recruiting classes for 2014. Once
again, the Eagles soar at the top of the rankings.
Amherst Wins D-III Men's Tennis Championhip, Emory Takes Women's Title
The Biszantz Family Tennis Center in Claremont, Calif., was the site
of the NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Tennis Championships May
19-24. The fourth-ranked Amherst Lord Jeffs men's team won its second
NCAA team title with a 5-3 victory over the top-ranked and host
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags. On the women's side, top-ranked Emory
won its sixth NCAA title with a 5-1 decision over No. 2 Amherst.
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