Women's Tennis

1 NCAA Tournament | 2 Conference Championships

Program History

The women's tennis program at Babson achieved varsity status in 1977. The team posted a 17-4 record in its first two years and then exploded onto the New England scene by amassing a combined record of 78-33-1 from 1981-88. Included in that span was the program's only undefeated season in 1983, as the Beavers finished 14-0 and captured their first Massachusetts Division III State Championship.

Following some difficult seasons in the early 1990s, Babson re-established itself as a top program in 1996, when the squad went 11-3. That year, the Beavers placed seventh overall at the New England Division III Championships.

After another tough stretch between 1997 and 1999, the tennis program once again returned to form in 2000, when the team finished at 9-6 to spark one of the most successful stretches in program history. The Beavers posted a 15-3 record and claimed their first-ever NEWMAC Championship in 2001, turned in a fantastic 13-6 campaign in 2002, and then went 16-3 overall, recorded a sweep of the NEWMAC, and claimed its second NEWMAC title in 2003. Babson tied for the second most wins in program history by finishing 15-8 overall in 2007-08, and later added stellar 13-7 campaigns in both 2008-09 and 2011-12.  


Record Book

Yearly History
Career Wins Leaders
Single-Season Wins Leaders


Regional Awards
Conference Awards

All-Time Results

NCAA Tournament
Conference Tournament
• All-time Opponent History
• Record vs. Opponents (by Year)
• Record vs. Opponents (by Team)

Previous Seasons' Results/News Releases and Statistics