Photo courtesy of Billy Weiss
Photo courtesy of Billy Weiss

BOSTON, Mass. - The men's and women's tennis teams enjoyed a great night of team bonding at Fenway Park on Tuesday, Aug. 27. The Red Sox bats caught fire in the 4th inning, knocking in five runs as they went on to beat the visiting Orioles, 13-2.

Four year old cancer patient Darla Holloway sang a wonderful rendition of God Bless America to open up the game, which was filled with supporters from The Jimmy Fund, an organization devoted to helping adults and children in their battles with cancer.

Regis tennis was proud to be part of the wave that made its way around the stadium in support of the Sox. Women's captain Kendall Kolb described the night as "the perfect place for team bonding, we all had time to get to know each other even better outside of tennis."

The women open up their season with a home match against Emerson on Thursday, Sept. 5th at 5:00 p.m., while the men travel to Eastern Nazarene on Friday, Sept. 6th for a 3:30 p.m. match.