Young women’s tennis team looks to improve on last year’s success

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Young women’s tennis team looks to improve on last year’s success

The women’s tennis team returns to the courts as the 20th ranked team and look to improve on the ranking.

The women’s tennis team returns to the courts as the 20th ranked team and look to improve on the ranking.

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The women’s tennis team returns to the courts as the 20th ranked team and look to improve on the ranking.

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The women’s tennis team returns to the courts as the 20th ranked team and look to improve on the ranking.

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Last Season Record: 13-7

Last Season UAA Standing: 2-1, Three team tie for second place (Carnegie Mellon, Washington)

Rankings: 20th in Oracle/ITA Division III Women’s Tennis National Rankings. Fourth in the Central Region Preseason Poll

Top Rival: University of Chicago

Returning Seniors: Five

Captain: Fourth-year student Taylor Sweeney

Newcomer: First-year student Jessica Liu

Spring Season Kickoff / First Home Meet: Home vs. Kenyon College, Saturday, Feb. 6

Head Coach: Kirsten Gambrell (Third season)

Team Accolades: Former number 12 overall in Oracle/ITA Division III Women’s Tennis National Ranking for 2015. Two doubles pairs advanced to round of 16 in USTA/ITA Fall Central Region Championships (Taylor Sweeney and Nina Cepeda, Nithya Kanagasegar and Sara Zargham)

Player Accolades: Nithya Kanagasegar: Ranked 15th in Division III in early 2015, third in Central Region. Qualified for Division III Singles Championships 2015, UAA Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week. Michelle Djohan: Second-Team All-UAA Recognition.