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Dayton, OH After a strong showing in the NJCAA Region XII Championships back in the Fall, Sinclair placed several players in the NJCAA Division I Nation Women s Championship in Tucson, AZ. Day one brought a couple of close matches as the Tartan Pride came up short. #1 Singles: Grytsiak, Natalia (Hinds CC Raymond, MS) ...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis earns NJCAA Region XII Championships at #1 Singles and #1 Doubles. After a long season of completion against more experienced 4 year players, Sinclair finally had an opportunity to square off against other Community College opponents this weekend. Right from the start, Tory Painter locked...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis lost 0-9 on the road at Ohio Northern University Tuesday. In the final match before the NJCAA Region XII tournament, Sinclair took to the courts against a very talented Polar Bear team. Ohio Northern returned several players that included a 2nd team all-conference player and as well as a number...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis lost 4-5 on the road at Cedarville College Friday. Sinclair returned to action Friday after taking a couple of days off to rest and recover from a long season. This year the injury bug has been the most feared opponent of the Tartan Pride, plagued with injuries the Pride has struggled with a co...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis lost 0-9 on the road at Wilmington College Tuesday. Sinclair limped into the match with Wilmington College without two of their top players; Tory Painter and Jessica Purvis. The Pride gave a great effort but in the end, the Quakers took advantage of the injury plagued Sinclair lineup. Tue...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis knocks off Defiance (5-4) on the road to earn 1st win of the year. Playing with Freshman Tory Painter, Sinclair pulled out a 5-4 victory Friday night as they traveled to Defiance for the first of three matches this weekend. After dropping the first two singles matches, the Pride made a run to w...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis loses 3-6 as they traveled to Cincinnati to take on the College of Mount St. Joseph. Continuing her strong start to the season, Freshman Tory Painter remains undefeated at the number one singles spot winning 6-2, 6-3. Following her single win, Tory and teammate Jessica Purvis out lasted their o...[more]
Sinclair (0-3) Women s Tennis host University of Findlay Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis loses 2-7 to NCAA Division II University of Findlay Tuesday night. Freshman Tory Painter continues to dominate the number one singles position with another #1 Singles win (6-4, 6-4). Following the Singles win by Painter, Maggie Thom...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Tennis loses 1-8 to the very talented NCAA Division III power Ohio Wesleyan University Monday night. The Tartan Pride got off to an impressive start as Freshman Tory Painter won at #1 Singles (6-2, 6-4). That match seemed to set the tone for what was in store for the visiting Battling Bishops of Ohio ...[more]
Dayton, OH Sinclair Women s Volleyball team hosted Ohio Community College Athletic Conference, OCCAC opponent Columbus State this evening at Sinclair's Physical Activities Center in front of a large opening season crowd. Dropping the first game 25-16, The Tartan Pride held the lead in the second until the very end, but lost the ...[more]
The women s Tennis Team is taking the 3 C s into the Community by collecting Coats, Clothes and Cans for St. Vincent de Paul. There are 2 containers (in building 8, outside the gym and in the library, outside the caf ) on campus for donations. The items needed most are can goods, coats, bed sheets (twin size) and personal care products ...[more]
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