• Jeff Bricker Named Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach
    December 03, 2010
    New Haven, CT - Albertus Magnus College Director of Athletics Michael Spinner has announced the hiring of Jeff Bricker as Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach. Bricker, who currently works as Head Tennis Professional Instructor at the New Haven Lawn Club, brings to Albertus a successful track record teaching and coaching tennis, including stints as an Assistant Tennis Professional at the Madison Beach and Guilford Swim and Racquet Clubs.
  • Falcons Drop 7-2 Decision to Post University
    October 19, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis team dropped the season finale match against visiting Division II opponent Post University on Tuesday afternoon. The Falcons received strong play from freshman Deanna Gaudio (New Haven, CT/North Haven) and junior Nanette Arencibia (Miami, FL/Southwest).
  • Falcons Drop 9-0 Decision to Emerson College
    October 16, 2010
    Boston, MA - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis team dropped a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) match to host Emerson College 9-0 on Saturday afternoon. The Lady Falcons struggled to find their rhythm and were defeated in straight sets by an Emerson team that remains in second place in GNAC play. Emerson improves to 10-1, 7-1 GNAC while Albertus drops to 1-11, 1-7 GNAC.
  • Falcons Drop 9-0 Decision to Mitchell College
    October 13, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis Team dropped a non-conference match 9-0 to visiting Mitchell College on Wednesday afternoon. The Falcons battled through the match but struggled to find their rhythm. Sophomore Chantal Simmons (East Harlem, NY/TWILS) played well in the loss for Albertus.
  • Falcons Drop 9-0 Decison to Emmanuel
    October 11, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis team dropped a 9-0 decision to Great Northeast Athletic Conference opponent Emmanuel College on Monday afternoon. Junior Nanette Arencibia (Miami, FL/Southwest) played well against a tough opponent in the loss.
  • Falcons Upended 9-0 by St. Joseph's (CT)
    October 09, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis team dropped a 9-0 decision to Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) opponent St. Joseph's College (CT) on Saturday afternoon. Monette Isaac (Bronx, NY/Aquinas) played a hard fought match losing 6-4 (10-5).
  • Women's Tennis Match Postponed
    October 05, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Women's Tennis Match scheduled for 4:00 pm against Post University has been postponed due to inclement weather. The match will be rescheduled at a date to be determined. The Lady Falcons return to action Saturday at 1:00 pm on the Celetano Courts against Great Northeast Athletic Conference opponent Saint Joseph College (CT) during our Annual Fall Fest Celebration.
  • Falcons Upended 9-0 by Suffolk University
    October 02, 2010
    Boston, MA - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis team dropped a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) match to host Suffolk University 9-0 on Saturday afternoon. The Lady Falcons struggled to find their rhythm and were defeated in straight sets by a Suffolk team that remains in second place in GNAC play.
  • Lady Falcons Upended by Simmons 9-0
    September 25, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis team dropped a Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) match to visiting Simmons College 9-0 on Saturday afternoon.
  • Lady Falcons Win 8-1 Over Pine Manor College
    September 22, 2010
    Chestnut Hill, MA - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis Team defeated Great Northeast Athletic Conference opponent Pine Manor 8-1. Freshman Deanna Gaudio (New Haven, CT) won her singles match 6-2, 6-1. Gaudio and sophomore Chantal Simmons (East Harlem, NY) won the #1 doubles match with an 8-1 victory.
  • Lady Falcons Downed by Bay Path 9-0
    September 19, 2010
    Longmeadow, MA - The Lady Falcons were downed 9-0 to host Bay Path College on Sunday afternoon. The match marked the third time this week the Lady Falcons took the court. In #1 singles action freshman Deanna Gaudio (New Haven, CT) dropped a hard-fought match 6-2, 6-2.
  • Lady Falcons Upended by Mount Ida College
    September 18, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Albertus Magnus College Women's Tennis Team was upended 9-0 by visiting Great Northeast Athletic Opponent Mount Ida College. Freshman Sandybell Anorga (Stamford, CT) lost a hardfought match 7-5, 6-1 in the defeat.
  • Lady Falcons Fall 6-3 to Newbury College
    September 15, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Lady Falcons dropped a 6-3 decision to visiting Newbury College. Albertus received strong play from freshman #1 singles player Deanna Gaudio (New Haven, CT) who defeated sophomore Jennifer Swafford (Merrimack, NH) 6-0, 6-4.
  • Women's Tennis Match Postponed
    September 13, 2010
    New Haven, CT - The Women's Tennis Match scheduled for 3:30 pm against Newbury College has been postponed due to inclement weather. The match will be rescheduled at a date to be determined.
  • Lady Falcons Upended by Johnson and Wales
    September 12, 2010
    Providence, RI - The Lady Falcons dropped a 9-0 decision to host and Great Northeast Athletic Conference opponent Johnson and Wales University on Sunday afternoon.
  • Lady Falcons Drop Season Opener to Becker College
    September 08, 2010
    New Haven, CT – The Lady Falcons dropped their opening match to visting Becker College 9-0. The Lady Falcons received strong play from freshman Deanna Gaudio (North Haven, CT).
  • 2010 Women's Tennis Schedule Released
    July 12, 2010
    The Albertus Magnus College Athletic Department is pleased to announce the release of the 2010 Women's Tennis Schedule. The Lady Falcons graduated four seniors last season including their #1 and #2 singles players in Amanda Maurer (Hillsboro, NH) and Kendra Dowen (Middlesex, VT). Coach Palmer will rely on returning players Justine Compton (Hamden, CT), Chantal Simmons (East Harlem, NY), Rebecca Shokite, (Fairfield, CT), and Nanette Arencibia (Miami, FL) playing a big role in what the Lady Falcons hope to accomplish this season.