Women's Tennis

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Zoë Scandalis

After practice, when her teammates would return to dorms or apartments or study halls, Scandalis would venture to a nearby magnet school in Los Angeles. She started a mentorship program with the school after reaching out to see if there was a need for additional support.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Maggie MacPhail

When DePauw University head tennis coach Scott Riggle describes mental toughness, he doesn’t talk about athletes who shout or pump their fists. He describes quiet perseverance. He describes Maggie MacPhail.

DI tennis championships move to no-ad scoring

The Division I Competition Oversight Committee approved no-ad scoring for all matches of the men’s and women’s tennis championships, starting in 2016.

A coach connection

Even though her college tennis days are over, Duke University graduate Parker Goyer is still scoring aces with her international service. Goyer is the founder and director of Coach for College, an educational program that connects student-athletes from the United States with students in Vietnam.


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