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[Q&A] Tennis captain Maya Choi talks leadership during a pandemic

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline

September 25, 2020

Varsity Girls Tennis captain Maya Choi discusses what has changed and stayed the same with the new precautions in place due to Coronavirus.

Williams, Osaka match reflects universal gender imbalance

Serena Williams comforts emotional and upset opponent Naomi Osaka after she beats her in a controversial US Open finals match.

Ellie Nowakowski, Rubicon TV Producer

September 16, 2018

OPINION: It's time for people in sports to start giving women the same treatment and standards as men.

Girls Tennis gets rained out, rescheduled

Senior JinJin Roen and Sophomore Lily Nestor play doubles against Breck on Sept. 27.

Clare Tipler, RubicOnline Production Manager

September 28, 2016

Girls Tennis match rained out against Breck, to be rescheduled.

Girls Tennis practices hard and plays for seniors

JUNIOR NINA PERLEBERG AND AMODHYA SAMARAKOON compete in a doubles match against Cretin Derham Hall on Sept 10. The young team provides a new team dynamic in comparision to previous years. “We have very similar teams in terms of our ability to play,” sophomore Isabel Brandtjen said.

Emily Thissen, News Editor

October 1, 2015

The Girls Varsity Tennis team graduated four seniors last year and only has two this year.

Senior Sonya Das named school’s Athena Award winner

Senior Sonya Das prepares to hit the ball.

Clare Tipler, Staff Writer

March 10, 2014

Athena, the Greek goddess of skill, power, strength, and dignity is not only a mythological character, but she also walks among us. Well, sort of. Senior tennis captain Sonya Das was named the 2013-2014 Athena Award winner at St.Paul Academy and Summit School. Das was the Class A singles tennis cha...

Girls tennis improves with every match

Doubles  partners senior Aria Bryan and sophomore Ella Hommeyer get high-fives from their teammates before a match against St. Anthony Village High School on  Sept. 12. “We work really well together, everybody gets along really well, and we all have really good sportsmanship which is awesome,” senior captain Alida Mitau said.

Laura Slade, A&E Editor

October 1, 2013

After a slow start, the girl’s varsity tennis team has been motivated to improve. “We are improving with every match,” senior captain Alida Mitau said. The team took a hit when it lost 2013 state doubles champions Sarah Hays and Gina Nguyen, but the team has responded well to the new players. “We...

Spring sports in bloom

Netta Kaplan, Copy Editor/Staff Writer

May 31, 2013

After a cold and wet season beginning, spring sports came to an end almost as soon as they started.  With teams going into hyper-drive to fit in all their games in a season half the length it should have been,  St. Paul Academy and Summit Schol athletics still pulled through for a full and succe...