News in Tennis


Turtles Win BRC Championship

— by K. Wood  |  May 14, 2015

The varsity tennis team (11-2, 4-2) capped off their unforgettable 2015 season with the Blue Ridge Conference Championship over Liberty Christian Academy (5-4) on Saturday, May 5th. Chatham Hall avenged their first loss of the season to the Bulldogs from April 23rd and won the match when it mattered the most in postseason play, marking the tennis program’s first conference championship since 2000. “After ...


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Tennis Headed to BRC Championship

— by K. Wood  |  May 8, 2015

The tennis team (10-2, 4-2) is ending their season on a hot streak, yet again, with three straight wins over Holy Cross (9-0), and on into the Blue Ridge Conference Championship week against No. 6-seeded Carlisle School (8-1), and an upset over No. 2-seeded North ...


Tennis Off to Hot Start

— by K. Wood  |  April 25, 2015

The tennis team (5-1) is off to a hot start this spring season with five straight wins and just one lone loss. Chatham Hall has claimed wins over North Cross School (6-3), Miller School (9-0), Virginia Episcopal School (7-2), Holy Cross (9-0), and Carlisle School ( ...


Purple-Gold Spring Finale

— by K. Wood  |  May 28, 2014

Chatham Hall rounded out its spring sports season with several purple-gold competitions featuring riding, soccer, tennis and volleyball followed by the student-faculty soccer game. The students are assigned a color at the opening picnic in the meadow on each student’s first full day ...


Soccer and Tennis in BRC Semifinals

— by K. Wood  |  May 8, 2014

The varsity soccer (9-4, 2-4) and tennis (5-3, 3-3) teams will be traveling to North Cross School (Roanoke, Va.) today, May 8th for the semifinals of the Blue Ridge Conference Tournament. Soccer finished out the regular season with a 4-1 victory over Roanoke Catholic School ...


Turtles Take to the Tennis Courts in 2014

— by K. Wood  |  April 28, 2014

After starting off the 2014 season with two losses to North Cross and Virginia Episcopal School, the varsity tennis team (3-3, 3-3) turned things around by accumulating three wins in a row over Holy Cross, Eastern Mennonite, and Carlisle School. And to finish out the opening ...


Venus Williams 2012 Leader in Residence

— by R. Ankrom  |  November 14, 2012

Chatham Hall’s dynamic Leader in Residence program was extremely proud to welcome to campus international tennis champion Venus Williams. As part of her visit, Ms. Williams delivered two keynote addresses, answered student questions, and met with students over meals and in intimate group ...


Venus Williams, 2012-13 Leader in Residence

— by Chatham Hall  |  February 26, 2013

***Tickets are required for Ms. Williams' evening keynote address Tuesday the 13th.****   Chatham Hall is proud to announce that the international tennis star Venus Williams will be its 2012-13 Polly Wheeler Guth ’44 Leader in Residence.  Ms. Williams will be on campus November 1 ...


Athletics Update

— by E. Greenberg  |  April 11, 2012

A great start to the week for the Turtles with the Tennis team picking up a 6-3 win at Liberty Christian Academy. This was their second match of the season so far.  In their first match they played against Holy Cross and won, 9-0.  ...


Purple and Gold Banquet Celebrates Athletics

— by R. Ankrom  |  June 3, 2011

Athletics received the spotlight during the annual Purple-Gold Banquet. Held in Yardley and hosted by the CAC (Chatham Athletic Council), the evening provided an opportunity to recognize those students who excelled in sports throughout the year."The Purple-Gold Athletic Banquet was a spirited celebration of ...


Purple-Gold Games End Spring Season

— by E.Greenberg  |  May 30, 2011

Last week the soccer, tennis, and equestrian teams divided into their colors, purple and gold, to play in the final game, match, and show of their respective seasons. These athletic activities were played with just as much drive and determination to win as real competitions ...


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