Women’s Tennis

Women’s Tennis Taken Down By University of Puget Sound

photo by Rick May

Bellevue College women’s tennis continued their preparation for the upcoming NWAC Championships with more competitive play against four-year competition as the Bulldogs lost 8-1 Friday to the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma in exhibition play. The lone bright spot was BC’s #1 singles Sofia Panchuk who won 6-4, 7-6 over the Loggers’ Lisa Owen …more about Women’s Tennis Taken Down By University of Puget Sound



Women’s Tennis Tops Spokane

Sofia Panchuk women's tennis

Bellevue College women’s tennis won 7-2 over Spokane yesterday in NWAC conference play at Bellevue’s Robinswood Tennis Center.  Sofia Panchuk made her Bulldog debut winning 6-1, 6-0 over the Sasquatch’s Megan Patrick. The local ’18 Sammamish HS grad from down the street also teamed with Haylee Irving to win #1 doubles 8-5. Here are the …more about Women’s Tennis Tops Spokane




Women’s Tennis Upended By Spokane

After winning their league-opener against westside rival Highline, the Bellevue College women’s tennis team lost to their eastern Washington nemesis, Spokane last night, 7-2. The Bulldogs lost in straight sets in all seven matches they lost but had two winning points in #3 singles as Annie Luong won 6-3, 6-4 before Joanne Sakoda an Heather …more about Women’s Tennis Upended By Spokane



Women’s Tennis Falls To Willamette 8-1

Bellevue College women’s tennis fell 8-1 last night in Salem, OR in the squad’s final non-league tune up against formidable four-year college competition before league play opens up next week against rival Highline College on March 8. Sophomore Haylie Irving won the lone Bellevue match 3-6, 6-0, 1-0 (10-6). Bellevue wastes no time getting back …more about Women’s Tennis Falls To Willamette 8-1


Women’s Tennis Opens Season With Tough Loss to PLU 5-4

Bellevue College women’s tennis opened up the season, although with a loss, in fine fashion yesterday as the Bulldogs narrowly defeated a four-year university program, losing 5-4 to Pacific Lutheran University at Robinswood Tennis Center. Joanne Sakoda won #1 singles 7-6, 7-6 over Hannah Jeffries while Annie Luong and Haylee Irving won #4 and 5 …more about Women’s Tennis Opens Season With Tough Loss to PLU 5-4