Women's Tennis

Former Northeastern coach failed to promote atmosphere for compliance

Northeastern State University’s former head women’s tennis coach provided cash, academic fees, meals and other benefits to his student-athletes, according to findings by the NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions. The former head coach’...

A brainiac on and off the court

By Gary Brown Carnegie Mellon Athletics Director Susan Bassett was watching a Tartans tennis match when No. 1 singles player Katie Cecil joined her in the stands. Cecil, who had already vanquished her opponent, watched her teammates with...

A brainiac on and off the court

By Gary Brown NCAA.org Carnegie Mellon Athletics Director Susan Bassett was watching a Tartans tennis match when No. 1 singles player Katie Cecil joined her in the stands. Cecil, who had already vanquished her opponent, watched her...

Former student-athlete Hallbergson-Lewis reflects on Division II experience

By Lauren Ely NCAA.org Sporting a 4.0 GPA while graduating with a degree in pre-med biology, former All-Sunshine State Conference women’s tennis player Anna Hallbergson-Lewis embodied the ideal of the NCAA Division II student-athlete. Even...

New York state of mind

By Gary Brown NCAA.org Jackie Jamaleddine says her life wouldn’t be normal without chaos. “It’s practice, work, school, go home, change, go back, school, work, sports, people mad at me, apologizing. It’s the story of my life,” she says in...

DI Tennis Committee reconsiders tiebreaker proposals

By Greg Johnson The Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Committee has decided to rescind the tiebreaker procedure it had recommended last week for singles and six-all set doubles competition. However, with support from the United States...

DI tennis committee proposes changes to 2014 championships

By Greg Johnson The Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Committee has recommended a new championships structure in which the number of days spent at the finals site decreases from 12 to eight. The recommendations also include creating a...

Georgian Court tennis player accentuates a positive lifestyle

By Andrew Crum NCAA.org At the age of 16, Sarah Lockenmeyer found inspiration at an unlikely time: while her mother was being treated for breast cancer. Rather than experiencing the usual sadness or anger, Lockenmeyer did what she always...

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