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2013 Information Guide

HOME OF THE 2013 SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS

Thanks to a very generous $300,000 gift by from Jennifer (Hebert) and Greg Thompson, the Lamar Tennis Facility was renamed the “Thompson Family Tennis Center� following an extensive upgrade. The renovation included updating the current tennis building to include a pro shop that doubles as a meeting facility, as well as improvements to the locker room and restroom facilities and an increased storage area. The Thompson Family Tennis Center also includes a state-of-the art electronic scoreboard capable of keeping scores remotely for up to six matches at once and new awnings to shade the spectator seating. The Thompson Family Tennis Center is a top-notch facility designed to recruit and retain top student-athletes. The revitalized facility will be viewed as one of the top tennis facilities in the State of Texas.

CARDINAL WOMEN’S TENNIS QUICK FACTS

School Name.................... Lamar University Location............................. Beaumont, Texas Founded................................................ 1923 Enrollment....................................... 14,522 Nickname....................................... Cardinals Colors................................... Red and White Conference.................................. Southland Facility...... Thompson Family Tennis Center President....................... Dr. James Simmons Director of Athletics.... Jason Henderson Associate AD/SWA................... Helene Thill Athletics Phone................... 409.880.2248

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach................................ David Wong Record with LU women.... 151-126 (12 Seasons) Career Record......... 187-217 (12 Seasons) Office Phone........................ 409.880.8056 Assistant Coach.................... Jon Flanagan

MEDIA RELATIONS

Asst. A.D./Media Relations....... Erik J. Cox Asst. Dir./Tennis Contact.......... Clay Trainum Office Phone.................. 409.880.7845 Cell Phone..................... 409.651.5588 E-mail.............. clay.trainum@lamar.edu

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts.................................................. 1 Athletic Websites and social media.......... 2 Schedule..................................................... 3 Lamar........................................................... 4 Southeast Texas...................................... 12 Sports Performance............................... 14 Athletic Training..................................... 15

The Team Coaches.................................................... 16 Players..................................................... 20

History 2012 Statistics....................................... 34 All-Time Award Winners.......................... 35 All-Time Results...................................... 36

CREDITS - The 2013 Lamar Tennis Information Guide is a production of the Lamar Media Relations office. It was written, edited and designed by assistant Director Clay Trainum. Photography provided by Matt Billiot and Clay Trainum.

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OFFICIAL WEBSITE LamarCardinals.com serves as the premier destination for information about Lamar University athletics. Maintained by the LU Media Relations department, the website provides up-to-date statistics, stories and video covering all 17 of the school’s varsity sports.

LU SOCIAL MEDIA Keep up with LU Tennis via social media platforms at Twitter.com/LamarCards, Facebook.com/LamarAthletics, and YouTube.com/Lamar1video

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at Rice vs. Arkansas vs. Arkansas at Tarleton at North Texas Louisiana vs. Illinois State at UTEP Arkansas State McNeese State Prairie View A&M at South Alabama vs. Troy at Nicholls at Southeastern Louisiana Central Arkansas Oral Roberts at Sam Houston State at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin Southland Championship

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The J.B. Higgins Weight room is located on the bottom floor of the (athletic complex). Open since September 2010, the sport performance facility is the training home for all of the Lamar Athletic Teams. The facility has 8,000 square feet of functional work out space, three offices, one storage room for equipment and supplements, and a media room (total of 10,000 square feet). Sport Performance Staff Director – Scott Reeves, MS, MSCC, CSCS, USAW Assistant Director – Joshua Miller, SCCC, USAW Graduate Assistant – Russell Abaray, USAW

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16 Power Racks with Olympic Platforms 24 Benches 60 pair of Dumbbells – (5 – 140 lbs.) 4 Reverse Hyperextensions 4 Glute Ham Machines 2 Leg Press

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8 24” Plyo Boxes 8 18” Plyo Boxes 4 Bear Squat Machines 1 Hip Machine 2 Neck Machines 2 Lat-Pull Machines 2 Shoulder Press Machines 12 Adjustable Hurdles

Cardio Equipment 3 Treadmills 3 Cross trainers 3 Stationary Bikes 3 Recumbent Bikes 3 Ellipticals 1 Arm Ergometer

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David Wong

13th Season Record with LU women: 151-126 Career Record: 187-217 Alma Mater: Lamar, 1997 Hometown: Savaneta, Aruba

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Now entering his 13th season as head coach, David Wong has become synonymous Lamar Women’s Tennis after elevating the program back into a yearly Southland championship contender. Wong, a former Cardinal tennis player himself, is familiar with the rich history of LU Tennis, and after stepping into a program that won just six matches over his first two seasons, the Lady Cards have reached double figures in victories in all but one of his last 10, including a historic 24-3 season campaign in 2008 that culminated with a trip to the NCAA Tournament. The winningest coach in school history, Wong became the first to win 150 matches last season with a victory over Arkansas State. He holds an overall record of 151126 with the LU women.

the best conference mark in school history.

In addition to team success, a number of Lady Cards have earned individual recognition from the Southland Conference. Over Wong’s 12 years in charge, a Lady Card player has been named to the All-Southland squad 16 times and a doubles team has been honored as such six times.

It was a strong way to end a career for both Harbuzi and Gutierrez, who combined to earn All-SLC honors seven times over those four seasons, with an impressive six on the first team. Gutierrez was also the second player in school history to earn Player of the Year, taking home the award in 2010.

Two players, Andrea Martinez and Mariaryeni Gutierrez have taken home the conference’s highest honor, Player of the Year, garnering the award in the 2006 and 2010 seasons, respectively.

Perhaps no two seasons standout as much in Lamar history as those of 2008 and 2009, which saw the Lady Cards run out to a 41-9 record with an eye-popping 20-2 mark in Southland play. In 2008, LU went 24-3,

The 2012 season represented Wong’s eighth consecutive season of 12 or more wins. After a slow start to the campaign, All-Southland honorees Alessandra Pennesi and Hélène Czudek combined with a 15-win debut season by Carolina Salas to take the Cardinals to a 7-4 conference slate before being upended by UT Arlington at the Southland Championships. With Czudek and Pennesi getting a spot on the conference’s second team, it marked the third straight season that the Southland had honored multiple Lady Cards, the longest such streak since the 1983-85. Following a 14-9 season in 2010, the Lady Cards took advantage of all-conference campaigns by Kaltrina Harbuzi, Gutierrez, Natalia Mayagoitia and Diana Mendez to post a 19-3 record in 2011, one of the best seasons in school history. LU also tallied a 10-1 mark in Southland play for the third time in four seasons, tying for

Wong’s Year-by-Year 2001 5-17 2-8 2002 1-23 0-10 2003 12-10 3-7 2004 7-14 3-7 2005 14-11 6-4 2006 12-10 6-4 2007 14-10 8-3 2008 24-3 10-1 2009 17-6 10-1 2010 14-9 8-3 2011 19-3 10-1 2012 12-10 7-4 TOTAL 151-126 73-53

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Andrea Martinez proved to be vital in the run, becoming the first three-time All-Southland honoree in school history and becoming the school’s first ever Player of the Year, earning it on the heels of the 2006 season. A scholarship athlete for the Lamar men’s tennis team from 1980-84, Wong played under the legendary Ron Wesbrooks, who led the Cards to five conference championships in 17 seasons. During his four years competing for the Red and White, the team was 57-43, and the 1980 season was one of just three to rack up 20-ormore wins in a season. In addition to Wesbrooks, Wong played for Ken DeKoning, who was a former Davis Cup player and team captain for Holland. He also trained under Humphrey Hose, a former number one player for Venezuela, who reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon in 1975. Originally a native of Aruba, one of Wong’s first coaches was Eddie Ras, who is widely regarded as one of the top coaches in the Caribbean.

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As a player, Wong was ranked No. 2 in the state of Texas in men’s 35 singles, and he and his wife were also the top-ranked husband/wife doubles team in the state. Wong is a USPTA-certified tennis instructor, and he has worked with nationally-ranked junior players as well as adult teams and both local and national levels. A 1997 graduate of Lamar, Wong currently resides in Nederland with his wife, Missy. He has three children – Michael, Sydney and Jayci, and two stepchildren – Brandon and Mindy.

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Jon Flanigan

12th Season Alma Mater: Lamar, 1975 Hometown: Beaumont, Texas

Former Lamar player Jon Flanagan is in his 11th season as a volunteer assistant with the Lady Cardinals tennis team. In 2002, Lamar head coach David Coach Wong invited Flanigan to work with his teams as a volunteer assistant. It seems that being a part of a team that is steadily improving year after year is hard to leave, especially when you factor in the winning attitude of the Lady Cardinals. Flanagan started teaching tennis in the Beaumont Parks and Recreation summer program for three years while in high school. After completing his marketing degree in 1975, he began teaching at the Beaumont Country Club, specializing in junior players. His students included numerous state ranked players, two No. 1 state-ranked players as well as one that was ranked 16th nationally. In 1979 he went to work for the Sherwin-Williams Paint Co. and is currently the manager for the main branch in Beaumont.

Flanagan grew up in Beaumont, a member of a prominent tennis family, parents Floyd and Sue as well as brother Kurt and sister Susan were all top ranked local players. He was fortunate to be a scholarship player for Lamar under coach Ron Wesbrooks from 1972-1975, a team that won three consecutive Southland Conference titles. Flanagan currently resides in Lumberton, Texas, with his wife of more than 30 years, Melinda. Flanagan has two sons Nicholas and Justin and one granddaughter, Kayla.

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Natalia Mayagoitia

Senior Previous School: CEDUK Hometown: Monterrey, Mexico

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Fall 2012: Compiled 10-5 record in singles play ... Took home Gumbo Flight title at the Ragin’ Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic with victories over Diana Pirciu of McNeese State, Elanor Grossman of Southern Miss and Jess HeepsEriken of Arkansas State ... Also posted victories over Liberty’s Annisha Domenech, Texas State’s Francesca Barnes and Jacksonville State’s Olivia Nguyen ... Knocked off Natalie Petaia, Tatyana Postnikova and Imke Jagau of Sam Houston State ... Put together a 10-5 mark in doubles, including a perfect 3-0 mark with Carolina Salas to win the Bananas Foster bracked at the Ragin Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic ... Secured the title with an 8-4 victory over McNeese State’s Pirciu and Andreea Nenu ... Combined with Carolina Masó to go 5-2 with a sterling 4-0 mark to win the Islanders Open, concluding with an 8-2 decision over Texas A&MCorpus Christi’s Sandra Burges and Chelsea Horan ... Went 2-1 with Dariya Dashutina at Golden Eagles Halloween Classic. Spring 2012: Went 10-11 in singles play with a 7-4 mark in Southland play ... Competed primarily at No. 4 singles, posting a 5-6 mark with wins over Tara Vasovic of Louisiana, Marina Ljoshevska of Nicholls, Andrea Nedorostova of Northwestern State, Allison Hartman of Central Arkansas and Kavya Menon of UTSA ... Posted a 3-5 mark at the third position, winning over Prairie View A&M’s Raven Lewis, Sam Houston State’s Sheridan Currie and McNeese State’s Lara Pujol ... Wet 2-0 at No. 3, winning against Adriana Castillo of Southeastern Louisiana and Wanda Beguelin of UTPA ... Put up 4-16 record in doubles play with a 2-9 conference mark ... Teamed primarily with Alessandra Pennesi, recording 3-9 mark. Spring 2011: Named to the No. 4 spot on the AllSouthland Second Team ... Put together 15-7 mark in singles play with an impressive 10-1 record vs.

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Southland competition ... Competed primarily at the fourth spot, going 12-5 ... Won vs. Alexandra Glebova of UTEP, Anrinette Botah of Sam Houston State, Ksenia Berestetska of Stephen F. Austin, Jessica Laing of Texas State ... Rang up eight consecutive victories with wins over Anastasia Surkova (McNeese State), Briggett Marcovich (Louisiana), Caroline Dedering (UTSA), Stefania Nicolae (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi), Tatiana Denezhkina (Nicholls), Bianca Schulz (Northwestern State), Kati Anderson (Central Arkansas) and Sheridan Currie (SHSU) ... Also picked up a win at No. 3 over the streak, beating Southeastern Louisiana’s Margane Dadot ... Compiled 3-2 mark at the third postion, winning over Raven Lewis of Prairie View A&M and Jess Courtnell of South Alabama ... Carried 11-11 record in doubles with a 4-7 showing in conference ... Played at the second spot with Alicia Porte, running up 8-10 record ... Also went 3-1 at the No. 3 position with Diana Mendez. Spring 2010: Recorded 9-11 mark in singles with a 7-4 record in Southland play ... Competed primarily at the fourth position, racking up nine victories and seven losses ... Posted wins against Tatiana Denezhkina of Nicholls, Veronika Wojakowska of Colorado State, Kati Anderson of Central Arkansas, Andrea Georgosca of Arkansas State, Petra Gudelj of McNeese State, Katie Ottenbreit of UTSA, Adrienne Kovacs of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Tatiana Smolnikova of Stephen F. Austin and Nina Schmied of Southeastern Louisiana ... Went 12-10 in doubles with a 7-4 record in conference ... Carried 1-0 mark at the top spot and an 11-10 record in the second position ... Teamed with Kaltrina Harbuzi to post 9-7 record. High School: Attended Centro de Educacion Universitaria Kepler in Monterrey, Mexico. Personal: Born Natalia Mayagoitia to Ricardo Mayagoitia and Maria del Pilar Perez in Saltillo, Mexico ... Brother, Ricardo, plays tennis for Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, and sister, Paulina competes for Ashford.

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Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 2012-13 10-5 -- 10-5 -- -- -- -- -- -- -2011-12 10-11 10-11 -- 7-4 -- 3-5 2-0 5-6 -- -2010-11 15-7 15-7 -- 10-1 -- -- 3-2 12-5 -- -2009-10 9-11 9-11 -- 7-4 -- -- 0-3 9-7 0-1 --

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Alessandra Pennesi

Senior Previous School: Manuel Muñoz Tébar Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Fall 2012: Recorded an 11-4 record in singles ... Won the Po-Boy flight at the Ragin’ Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic, knocking off Juliette Clement of Louisiana and Chiara Stefanov of Arkansas State before beating Southeastern Louisiana’s Adriana Castillo in the final ... Followed up with a Yellow Draw championship a few weeks later at the Golden Eagles Halloween Classic, picking up wins over Jacksonville State’s Taylor Lofton and Central Arkansas Anna Buyukyan en route to another victory over Castillo in the final ... Also defeated Jo Garvey (Houston), Claudia Ortiz (Iowa State), Nadezhda Dubyanskaya (Sam Houston State) and Tabata Lua (Texas A&M-Kingsville) ... Carried 2-4 record in doubles, and a 2-3 mark with partner Dariya Dashutina with victories over Emelia Box and Victoria Parshikova of North Texas and Jess Heeps-Eriken and Janelle Fung of Arkansas State. Spring 2012: Earned No. 5 spot on the All-Southland Second Team ... Compiled 15-7 record in singles competition with a 9-2 mark vs. Southland opponents ... Played primarily in the fifth spot, going 14-6 ... Ran off six straight victories early in the season that featured wins over Francesca Bernes of Texas State, Nikola Matovicova of UT Arlington, Nadezhda Dubyanskaya of Sam Houston State and Marcella Castaldi of McNeese State ... Also had a seven-match winning streak later in the season, knocking off Southeastern Louisiana’s Isabel Brito, Tulane’s Lindsay Dvorak, Louisiana’s Sandra Ahlqvist, Nicholls’ Catherine Gauthier, Northwestern State’s Amy Williams and Central Arkansas’ Sasha Ruoccu ... Picked up one win at the sixth spot, beating Gaby Fernandez of TCU ... Went 6-11 in doubles play with a 2-7 mark in conference ... Carried 3-1 record with Hélène Czudek at the third position, and a 3-9 showing in the second spot with Natalie Mayagoitia.

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Spring 2011: Went 12-8 in singles with an 8-1 record in Southland play ... Competed primarily at the sixth position, going 5-4 with wins over Mengdi Liu of Cleveland State, Maria Frausto of McNeese State, Mariel Maffezzolli of UTSA, Maria Matuszak of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Alex Rios of Central Arkansas ... Also played a number of matches at No. 5, posting a 5-2 mark that included victories over Sam Houston State’s Sheridan Currie, Stephen F. Austin’s Alice Pacaut, Texas State’s Mariana Perez and Southeastern Louisiana’s Raissa Dias ... Played four matches in the fourth spot, winning over Prairie View A&M’s Alix Thomas and South Alabama’s Bridgette Gale ... Recorded 2-6 mark in doubles with a 1-1 showing in conference matches ... Picked up wins with both Hélène Czudek and Diana Mendez. Spring 2010: Posted 8-5 record in singles with a 3-2 mark in Southland competition ... Compiled 7-2 record at the sixth position that included victories over Melissa Harrison of Nicholls, Veronika Makashov of UTEP, Melissa Holzinger of Colorado State, Jordan Short of Central Arkansas, Maria Aleman of Arkansas State and Inga Efimenko of McNeese State ... Went 1-3 at No. 5 singles, winning over Prairie View A&M’s Margaret Berry ... Carried 2-13 mark in doubles, going 2-11 in the third spot ... Combined with Manami Kuroda to go 1-9 with a victory over Short and Kati Anderson of UCA ... Posted a 1-0 mark with Kaltrina Harbuzi, winning over Nicholls’ Harrison and Sanja Stanojcic. High School: Attended Colegio Católico Manuel Muñoz Tébar in Caracas, Venezuela ... Ranked 10th nationally in Venezuela. Personal: Born Alessandra Pennesi on May 8, 1989 in Caracas, Venezuela ... Daughter of Enrique Pennesi and Miriam Iglesias de Pennesi.

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Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 2012-13 11-4 -- 11-4 -- -- -- -- -- -- -2011-12 15-7 15-7 -- 9-2 -- -- -- -- 14-6 1-1 2010-11 12-8 12-8 -- 8-1 -- -- -- 2-2 5-2 5-4 2009-10 8-5 8-5 -- 3-2 -- -- -- -- 1-3 7-2

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Carolina Salas

Senior Previous School: Detroit Hometown: Monterrey, Mexico

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Fall 2012: Compiled 8-7 mark in singles ... Picked up victory over 102ndranked Jen Pfeifler of Auburn ... Also won over Northwestern State’s Andrea Nedorostova, Louisiana’s Sophie van den Aarssen, Stephen F. Austin’s Margot De Haan, Sam Houston State’s Madeleine Mortimore, UTSA’s Miranda Poile and Jacksonville State’s Rafaela Lima ... Tallied 13 doubles victories with seven losses ... Teamed up with Natalia Mayagoitia to post a perfect 3-0 mark that included a victory over Lara Pujol and Anastasia Surkova to win the Bananas Foster flight title at the Ragin’ Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic ... Played primarily with Helene Czudek, recording an 8-6 mark that included a victory over Annat Rabinovich and Juliana Gajic over No. 11 Texas at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional ... Went 2-1 with Alicia Porte. Spring 2012: Became second-ever Lady Cardinal to win Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year ... Put together 15-6 singles record, playing every match in the top spot ... Went 8-3 vs. Southland opponents ... Posted wins over Valentina Starkova of North Texas, Jessica Kahts of Texas State and Maria Martinez-Romer over UT Arlington ... Racked up six consecutive victories, defeating Imke Jagau (Sam Houston State), Tea Tvrtkovic (McNeese State), Alina Volman (South Alabama), Elena Kordolaimi (Stephen F. Austin), Audrey Chelini (Southeastern Louisiana) and Malin Andersen (UTPA) ... Also notched wins over Louisiana’s Milou Israel, Northwestern State’s Olga Bazhanova, Central Arkansas’ Simona Horsikyan, Arkansas State’s Mariana Rong and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Mirna Cilak ... Went 10-11 in doubles with a 5-6 conference mark ... Played all 22 matches at the first position ... Played primarily with Alicia Porte, going 8-7 ... Carried 2-2 record with Carolina Maso.

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WITH DETROIT 2010-11: Earned Second Team All-Horizon League and team MVP honors ... Compiled 8-14 record in the spring with a 4-4 conference mark ... Went 4-11 at the No. 1 spot and 4-3 at No. 2 ... Put together 2-8 mark in the fall ... In doubles play, went 9-14 in the spring and 4-7 in the fall ... Carried 4-4 mark in conference meetings. 2009-10: Became just third Detroit player to earn Horizon League Newcomer of the Year award ... Also named to First Team All-Horizon League ... Selected as Detroit’s team MVP ... Posted 12-9 record in the spring with a 6-2 league mark ... Put up 3-4 record in the fall ... Went 7-14 in spring doubles and 7-2 in the fall. High School: Attended Prepatoria No. 7 ... Runnerup at the Campeanato de Mexico in 2007 ... Captured Nuevo Leon Statal regional singles titles in 2006, 2008 and 2009 ... Claimed first-ever national tournament doubles title in 2005. Personal: Born Carolina Espinosa Salas on April 2, 1991 in Monterrey, Mexico ... Daughter of Rosendo Salas and Maria Elena Espinosa.

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Hélène Czudek

Junior Previous School: Lycée Kléber Hometown: Mundolsheim, France Fall 2012: Went 8-8 in singles play ... Picked up wins over Sarai Flores of Mississippi State, Anastasia Surkova of McNeese State, Biljana Miloshevska of Arkansas State, Megan Blue of Murray State, Danielle Kerinda of Jacksonville, Megan Ziots of TCU and both Sheridan Currie and Olivia Battye of Sam Houston State ... Carried an 8-7 mark in doubles play ... Put up 8-6 mark playing with Carolina Salas, including a victory over Annat Rabinovich and Juliana Gajic of 11th-ranked Texas at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional. Spring 2012: Earned the sixth spot on the the All-Southland Second Team ... Put together 10-9 singles record with a 7-3 conference mark ... Played the majority of matches at No. 6, recording 10 victories and seven losses ... Picked up wins over Alix Thomas of Prairie View A&M, Liucija Smaizyte of UT Arlington, Kayla Stevenson of Sam Houston State, Andreea Nenu of McNeese State and Marion Courbis of Southeastern Louisiana ... Also ran off five consecutive victories with wins over Louisiana’s Hannah Appleyard, Northwestern State’s Linda Gamo, Central Arkansas’ Stephanie Gonzalez Valero, Arkansas State’s Ceara Howey

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Spring 2011: Compiled 4-2 singles record with a 1-1 Southland mark ... Played entirely in the No. 6 postion, picking up victories over Paige Jackson (Prairie View A&M), Menna Kamal (Arkansas State), Julia Ivanova (South Alabama) and Isabel Brito (Southeastern Louisiana) ... Went 6-13 in doubles, winning three of six matches in conference play ... Carried 5-9 record with Diana Mendez and 1-4 mark with Alessandra Pennesi. High School: Attended Lycée Kléber in Strasbourg, France ... Helped school to back-to-back national runner-up finishes. Personal: Born Hélène Czudek on April 15, 1991 in Strasbourg, France ... Daughter of Fernand Czudek and Genevieve Nibel.

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and UTSA’s Natalie Hand ... Carried 12-7 record in doubles with a 6-4 SLC mark ... Played primarily in the third postion, going 12 -6 ... Combined with Carolina Masó to go 7-3 with seven consecutive victories ... Posted 3-1 mark with Alessandra Pennesi and a 2-3 record with Anais Robert.

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Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 2012-13 8-7 -- 8-7 -- -- -- -2011-12 12-7 12-7 -- 6-4 -- 0-1 12-6 2010-11 6-13 6-13 -- 3-6 -- 1-3 5-10

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS Dariya Dashutina

Junior Previous School: Seward County C.C. Hometown: Kharkov, Ukraine

Fall 2012: Compiled 10-6 singles record in her first season in Beaumont ... Posted a perfect 3-0 record at the Ragin’ Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic, picking up victories over over Sarah Kriem of Southeastern Louisiana, Hannah Appleyard of Louisiana and Chiara Stefanov of Arkansas State ... Also won over Sam Houston State’s Sheridan Currie, Nicholls’ Rachel Howie, Liberty’s Cameron Richard, Texas State’s Katy Collins and both Nicole Breaux and Melissa Burckhartt of Louisiana ... Went 6-8 in doubles play ... Posted a 2-1 record with Natalia Mayagoitia at the Golden Eagles Halloween Classic ... Teamed with Alessandra Pennesi to go 1-3 ... Also picked up doubles wins with both Lara Bogdan and Alicia Porte.

2010-2011: Finished the spring 5-4 in singles play, and 7-4 in doubles. ... Was ranked 13th in singles and 11th in doubles. High School: Attended school No. 117 in Kharkov, Ukraine. Personal: Born Dariya Dashutina on February 5, 1994 ... Daughter of Dmytro Zhuperin and Tatiana Dashutina.

SEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2011-2012: Recorded eight wins and five losses in the spring, and took home the consolation title at the national tournament ... Completed the fall season ranked 11th in singles and 16th in doubles by the ITA.

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LAMAR WOMEN’S Alicia Porte TENNIS

Junior Previous School: Lycée Jean Monnet Hometown: Les Pennes Mirabeau, France Fall 2012: Put together a 9-7 record in singles play ... Picked up wins over Claire Mulyadi (Chattanooga), Caroline Magnusson (Tulane), Janie Nowland (Arkansas State), Sophie van den Aarssen (Louisiana), Natalia Cardiff (Nicholls), Allison Murphy (Central Arkansas), Charlotte Phillips (Houston) and Valerie Thong (Liberty) ... Carried 9-8 record in doubles ... Was most successful with Carolina Masó, going 4-2 with a berth into the final 16 at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional, knocking off the teams of Imke Jagau and Olivia Battye of Sam Houston State and Stephanie Nguyen and Daniela Trigo of No. 29 Rice in the process ... Went 2-1 with both Lara Bogdan and Carolina Salas. Spring 2012: Posted 6-16 record in singles competition with a 3-8 mark in Southland play ... Competed primarily at No. 2, going 3-9 with victories over Southeastern Louisiana’s Laura Verges, UTPA’s Dana Nazarova and Central Arkansas’ Allison Murphy ... Had three wins and four losses at the fourth spot, beating Brittney Reed (Abilene Christian), Christine Ngo Gwodog (Prairie View A&M) and Tatyana Postnikova (Sam Houston State) ... Com-

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Spring 2011: Racked up 10 victories with six losses and an 8-2 record vs. Southland opponents ... Played all 16 matches at the third position ... Knocked off 106th-ranked Andreea Enica of Stephen F. Austin ... Also beat Gabi Vazquez (UTEP), Nadezhda Dubyanskaya (Sam Houston State), Gabriela Rojas (Texas State), Tea Tvrtkovic (McNeese State), Milou Israel (Louisiana), Kavya Menon (UTSA), Sumana Kalyanasundaram (Nicholls), Martina Rubesova (Northwestern State) and Kazumi Otani (Central Arkansas) ... Teamed up with Natalia Mayagoitia to go 8-10 at No. 2 doubles ... Posted 4-7 conference record. High School: Attended Lycée Jean Monnet. Personal: Born Alicia Porte on October 16, 1992 in Marseille, France ... Daughter of Gérard and Annie Porte.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 2012-13 9-7 -- 9-7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -2011-12 6-16 6-16 -- 3-8 -- 3-9 0-4 3-4 -- -2010-11 10-6 10-6 -- 8-2 -- -- 10-6 -- -- --

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piled 8-12 mark in doubles, with a record of 5-6 in conference ... Was most successful with Carolina Salas, going 8-7 at the top position ... Also played matches with Carolina Masó, Alessandra Pennesi and Natalia Mayagoitia.

DOUBLES

Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 2012-13 9-8 -- 9-8 -- -- -- -2011-12 8-12 8-12 -- 3-8 8-7 0-4 0-1 2010-11 8-10 8-10 -- 4-7 -- 8-10 --

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Carolina Masó

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Sophomore Previous School: Universidad Jean Piaget Hometown: Veracruz, Mexico

Fall 2012: Put together 6-5 record in singles play ... Rode victories over Carolin Huerth (Murray State) and Iris Van Leeuwen (ULM) to the final match of the Red Draw at the Golden Eagle Halloween Invitational, where she knocked off Morgane Charpenne of Southeastern Louisiana to win the fight title ... Also picked up victories over UTEP’s Marie LeBlond, Louisiana’s Sandra Ahlqvist and Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Paula Saenz ... Went 9-4 in doubles competition ... Teamed up with Alicia Porte to advance to the Round of 16 at the USTA/ ITA Texas Regional, posting victories over Imke Jagau and Olivia Battye of Sam Houston State and Stephanie Nguyen and Daniela Trigo of Rice ... Posted a 5-2 record with Natalia Mayagoitia, including a perfect 4-0 mark at the Islander Invitational, concluding with an 8-2 decision over Sandra Burges and Chelsea Horan of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to secure the event’s championship.

State, Anastasia Surkova of McNeese State, Janna Leeuwerik of Nicholls, Janie Nowland of Arkansas State and Silva Micaela of UTSA ... Also picked up a win at the No. 2 spot, defeating North Texas’ Paula Denuta ... Went 2-1 in the fourth slot, beating Morgane Dadot of Southeastern Louisiana and Cindy Sands of UTPA ... Put together a 9-8 mark in doubles play with a 4-5 showing in conference play ... Teamed with Helene Czudek to go 7-2 at the third position, which included a seven-match win streak late in the season ... Joined Carolina Salas to go 2-2 at the top spot. High School: Attended Universidad Jean Piaget in in Veracruz, Mexico ... Was ranked 12th in Mexico. Personal: Born Carolina Masó on June 5, 1992 in Veracruz, Mexico ... Daughter of Jose Masó Mortera and N. Patricia Duarte Loaiza.

Spring 2012: Compiled 10-12 record with a 5-6 mark in Southland competition ... Played primarily at the third position and carried a 7-10 record that included wins over Natalie Petaia of Sam Houston

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CAREER STATISTICS

DOUBLES

Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 2012-13 6-5 -- 6-5 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2012-13 9-4 -- 9-4 -- -- -- -2011-12 10-12 10-12 -- 5-6 -- 1-1 7-10 2-1 -- -- 2011-12 9-8 9-8 -- 4-5 2-2 0-4 7-2

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LAMAR Bogdan WOMEN’S TENNIS Lara

Redshirt-Freshman Previous School: Niagara Academy Hometown: Kingston, Ontario

Fall 2012: Posted a 1-3 record in singles before being sidelined with an injury ... Picked up lone victory with a 3-6, 6-4 (4) over Southeastern Louisiana’s Morgane Charpenne at the Ragin’ Cajun Women’s Tennis Classic ... Compiled 3-3 record in doubles ... Teamed up with Alicia Porte to go 2-1 at Ragin’ Cajuns Women’s Tennis Classic ... Combined with Dariya Dashutina to split a pair of matches at SFA Fall Invitational.

High School: Attended Niagara Academy of Tennis in Lincoln, Ontario ... Made it through to the semifinals of four ITF doubles events in Mexico and Canada. Personal: Born Lara Bogdan on January 25, 1993 in Kingston, Ontario ... Daughter of Vasile and Monica Bogdan ... Father played professional handball in Romania.

Spring 2012: Sat out season due to injury.

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CAREER STATISTICS

DOUBLES

Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 Year Overall Dual Tourn. SLC 1 2 3 2012-13 1-3 -- 1-3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2012-13 3-3 -- 3-3 -- -- -- --

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PHOTO ROSTER Lara Bogdan

Natalia Mayagoitia

Hélène Czudek

Alessandra Pennesi

Dariya Dashutina

Alicia Porte

Carolina Masó

Carolina Salas

Redshirt-Freshman Kingston, Ontario Niagara Academy

Junior Mundolsheim, France Lycée Kléber

Junior Kharkov, Ukraine Seward County CC

Sophomore Veracruz, Mexico Universidad Jean Piaget

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Senior Monterrey, Mexico CEDUK

Senior Caracas, Venezuela Manuel Munoz Tebar

Junior Les Pennes Mirabeau, France Lycée Jean Monnet

Senior Monterrey, Mexico Detroit

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Christine Power

Carol Core

Linda Rupert

Cathy Beene

HISTORY

Kaltrina Harbuzi

Mariaryeni Gutierrez

Andrea Martinez

David Wong

LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS

2012 Spring STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 12-10 HOME: 4-4 AWAY: 4-7

SOUTHLAND: 7-4 NEUTRAL: 1-2

SINGLES Name Overall SLC 1 2 3 4 5 6 Carolina Salas 15-6 8-3 15-6 -- -- -- -- -- Alessandra Pennesi 15-7 9-2 -- -- -- -- 14-6 1-1 Hélène Czudek 10-9 7-3 -- -- -- -- 0-2 10-7 Natalia Mayagoitia 10-11 7-4 -- 3-5 2-0 5-6 -- -Carolina Masó 10-12 5-6 -- 1-1 7-10 2-1 -- -Alicia Porte 6-16 3-8 -- 3-9 0-3 3-4 -- -Anais Robert 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 TOTALS 68-61 40-26 15-6 7-15 9-13 10-11 14-8 13-8

Doubles Name Overall SLC 1 2 3 Alicia Porte/Carolina Salas 8-7 5-5 8-7 -- -Hélène Czudek/Carolina Masó 7-3 4-2 -- 0-1 7-2 Hélène Czudek/Alessandra Pennesi 3-1 0-1 -- -- 3-1 Natalia Mayagoitia/Alessandra Pennesi 3-9 2-6 -- 3-9 -Carolina Maso/Carolina Salas 2-2 0-1 2-2 -- -Hélène Czudek/Anais Robert 2-3 2-1 -- -- 2-3 Natalia Mayagoitia/Anais Robert 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- Carolina Masó/Alicia Porte 0-1 -- -- 0-1 -Alessandra Pennesi/Alicia Porte 0-1 -- -- -- 0-1 Carolina Masó/Natalia Mayagoitia 0-2 0-2 -- 0-2 -Natalia Mayagoitia/Carolina Salas 0-2 -- 0-2 -- -- Natalia Mayagoitia/Alicia Porte 0-3 0-1 -- 0-3 -- TOTALS 27-34 14-19 10-11 4-16 13-7

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All-Time AWARDS and Titles SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1983 • 1985

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS 2008

AMERICAN SOUTH CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1988

NAIAW National Championship Doubles 1973.................. Cathy Beene and Linda Rupert

TAIAW Championship Singles 1970...............................................Cathy Beene 1971...............................................Cathy Beene 1972.............................................. Linda Rupert 1973.............................................. Linda Rupert

TAIAW Championship Doubles 1972.................. Cathy Beene and Linda Rupert 1973.................. Cathy Beene and Linda Rupert

Southland Conference Championship Singles 1983..............................Christine Power (No. 1) Cristina Ortega (No. 2) Jean Schalk (No. 3) Carol Core (No. 6) 1984..............................Christine Power (No. 2) Cheryl Simcox (No. 4) Jenny Sheppard (No. 5) 1985.....................................Jean Schalk (No. 2) Gill Oakenfull (No. 4) Carol Core (No. 5) Donna Van Auken (No. 6) 1986................................ Isabel Coetzer (No. 5) 1987...........................Adriana Camacho (No. 2)

Southland Conference Championship Doubles 1983..... Carol Core and Jenny Sheppard (No. 1) Anne Loughrey and Cristina Ortega (No. 3) 1984...Anna Happonen and Christine Power (No. 3) 1985.........Judy Flook and Gill Oakenfull (No. 3) 1986... Marie Farrar and Donna Van Auken (No. 3)

American South Conference Championship Singles 1988................................ Isabel Coetzer (No. 2) Stephanie Laschka (No. 3) Angie Ryan (No. 4) Adriana Camacho (No. 5)

Margit Kumersberger (No. 6) 1989...........................Adriana Camacho (No. 3) 1990......................... Marlene Chumbez (No. 1) Kaye Williams (No. 4) 1991.................................Kaye Williams (No. 3)

American South Conference Championship Doubles 1990....Marlene Chumbez and Kaye Williams (No. 1)

Southland Conference Player of the Year 2006........................................Andrea Martinez 2010................................. Mariaryeni Gutierrez

All-Southland Conference Doubles 1983...Carol Core and Jenny Sheppard (First Team) Anne Loughrey and Cristina Ortega (First Team) 1984....Anne Happonen and Christine Power (First Team) 1985... Judy Flook and Gill Oakenfull (First Team) 1986.... Marie Farrar and Donna Van Auken (First Team) 2005....Andrea Martinez and Tara Shelander (First Team, No. 1) 2006....Andrea Martinez and Tara Shelander (First Team, No. 1) 2008... Andrea Martinez and Mariaryeni Gutierrez (Second Team, No.1) Salina Aranda and Kaltrina Harbuzi (Second Team, No. 3) 2010... Mariaryeni Gutierrez and Manijee Ashrafi (Second Team, No. 1) 2011... Mariaryeni Gutierrez and Kaltrina Harbuzi (Second Team, No. 1)

South Conference Southland Conference American Valuable Player Newcomer of the Year Most 1990..................................... Marlene Chumbez 2006........................................Pamela Martinez 2012.............................................Carolina Salas

All-American South Conference Southland Conference Singles Isabel Coetzer (No. 2) Freshman of the Year 1988................................ Stefanie Laschka (No. 3) 2007......................................... Kaltrina Harbuzi 2008................................. Mariaryeni Gutierrez

All-Southland Conference Singles

1983......................Christine Power (First Team) Cristina Ortega (First Team) Jean Schalk (First Team) Carol Core (First Team) 1984......................Christine Power (First Team) Cheryl Simcox (First Team) Jenny Sheppard (First Team) 1985.............................Jean Schalk (First Team) Gill Oakenfull (First Team) Carol Core (First Team) Donna Van Auken (First Team) 1986.........................Isabel Coetzer (First Team) 1987...................Adriana Camacho (First Team) Isabel Coetzer (First Team) Marie Farrar (First Team) 2000......Barbara Schraml (Second Team, No. 1) Alta Wentzel (Second Team, No. 4) 2002.............Catalina Paz (Second Team, No. 1) 2004.....Andrea Martinez (Second Team, No. 4) 2005.....Andrea Martinez (Second Team, No. 1) 2006..........Andrea Martinez (First Team, No. 1) 2008... Mariaryeni Gutierrez (First Team, No. 2) Kaltrina Harbuzi (First Team, No. 3) Manami Kuroda (Second Team, No. 6) 2009... Mariaryeni Gutierrez (First Team, No. 2) 2010... Mariaryeni Gutierrez (First Team, No. 1) Kaltrina Harbuzi (First Team, No. 2) 2011........... Kaltrina Harbuzi (First Team, No. 2) Diana Mendez (First Team, No. 5) Mariaryeni Gutierrez (Second Team, No. 1) Natalia Mayagoitia (Second Team, No. 4) 2012...Alessandra Pennesi (Second Team, No. 5) Hélène Czudek (Second Team, No. 6)

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Angie Ryan (No. 4) Adriana Camacho (No. 5) Margit Kumersberger (No. 6) 1989...........................Adriana Camacho (No. 3) 1990......................... Marlene Chumbez (No. 1) Kaye Williams (No. 4) 1991.................................Kaye Williams (No. 1)

All-American South Conference Doubles 1988... Isabel Coetzer and Stefanie Laschka (No. 2) 1988... Margit Kumersberger and Adriana Camacho (No. 3) 1990....Marlene Chumbez and Kaye Williams (No. 1)

All-Sun Belt Conference Singles 1992................................................ Nadio Rossi 1996................................................ Linda Jones 1997.............................................. Julie Lagarde 1998.............................................. Julie Lagarde

All-Sun Belt Conference Doubles 1992.................. Kelly Marshall and Vicky Watts

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LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS 1976 Overall Record: 3-4-1 Head Coach: Raye Holt

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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1991 Overall Record: 6-10 Head Coach: Carol Core (No results available)

1977 Overall Record: 3-4 Head Coach: Raye Holt

1992 Overall Record: 8-7 Head Coach: Tim Calhoun

1978 Overall Record: Not Available Head Coach: Linda Thomas

1993 Overall Record: 6-16 Head Coach: Tim Calhoun

(No results available)

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1984 Overall Record: 21-12 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi

1994 Overall Record: 11-14 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

1979 Overall Record: Not Available Head Coach: Linda Thomas (No results available)

1980 Overall Record: Not Available Head Coach: Linda Thomas (No results available)

1981 Overall Record: 13-15 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1982 Overall Record: 10-18 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1983 Overall Record: 26-9 Southland Conference Champions Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi

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1985 Overall Record: 9-11 Southland Conference Champions Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1986 Overall Record: 7-11 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1987 Overall Record: 14-11 Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1988 Overall Record: 12-6 American South Conference Champions Head Coach: Debby Ghezzi (No results available)

1989 Overall Record: 3-10 Head Coach: Carol Core (No results available)

1990 Overall Record: 5-12 Head Coach: Carol Core (No results available)

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Northwestern State.................L, 1-6 UTPA.........................................L, 2-7 Louisiana...................................L, 2-7 Nicholls.....................................L, 4-5 at Rice.......................................L, 0-9 at Baylor....................................L, 1-8 at Houston................................L, 2-7 vs. Freed-Hardeman................L, 4-5 vs. New Orleans.....................W, 6-1 vs. Arkansas State.....................L, 1-6 UTEP.......................................W, 5-0 Southeastern Louisiana...........L, 3-5 Georgia Tech.............................L, 1-8 at San Jacinto............................L, 4-5 UTSA.........................................L, 2-5 at Tulane...................................L, 0-9 South Alabama.........................L, 0-6 Tyler Junior College..................L, 0-5 UALR.......................................W, 5-4 Sun Belt Championships............. 3-1

vs. New Orleans +..................W, 5-1 vs. Jacksonville +.....................W, 5-4 at Nicholls.................................L, 3-6 at Southeastern Louisiana.......L, 3-6 LSU............................................L, 0-9 at ULM $...................................L, 1-8 vs. Centenary $.........................L, 1-8 vs. Tulane $...............................L, 0-6 Sam Houston State................W, 9-0 vs. Centenary %........................L, 1-8 vs. Arkansas State %.................L, 0-9 at Northwestern State %.........L, 2-7 at Tulsa......................................L, 2-7 WKU........................................W, 9-0 McNeese State.......................W, 5-1 Stephen F. Austin...................W, 6-3 at UT Arlington.........................L, 2-7 vs. SMU !...................................L, 0-6 UTPA ^....................................W, 8-1 Louisiana Tech ^.......................L, 4-5 New Orleans ^........................W, 9-0 UTPA ^....................................W, 8-1 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 1-5 vs. Jacksonville #.....................W, 5-3 vs. Louisiana Tech #................W, 5-4

$ - ULM Quad Meet (Monroe, La.) % - Northwestern State Quad Meet (Natchitoches, La.) ! - Houston, Texas ^ - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) # - Sun Belt Championship (Little Rock, Ark.)

1995 Overall Record: 8-15 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

at McNeese State.....................L, 3-6 UTSA +......................................L, 0-6 Centenary +..............................L, 1-5 North Texas...............................L, 2-7 at LSU........................................L, 0-9 at Stephen F. Austin...............W, 6-3 UT Arlington.............................L, 3-6 at Sam Houston State..............L, 4-5 at New Orleans $......................L, 3-6 vs. Spring Hill $.......................W, 9-0 vs. Grambling State $.............W, 9-0 vs. WKU %...............................W, 7-2 at UALR %.................................L, 0-6 vs. Oral Roberts %....................L, 4-5 UTPA +......................................L, 3-6 Louisiana Tech +.......................L, 1-5 South Alabama +......................L, 0-6 Texas Southern.......................W, 5-0 McNeese State.......................W, 6-3 vs. UTPA #...............................W, 5-2 vs. South Alabama #................L, 0-6 vs. Louisiana Tech #..................L, 4-5 vs. Jacksonville #.......................L, 1-5

+ - Lamar Quad Meets (Beaumont, Texas) $ - New Orleans Quad Meet (New Orleans, La.) % - UALR Quad Meet (Little Rock, Ark.) # - Sun Belt Championship (Lafayette, La.)

1996 Overall Record: 10-8 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

Texas Southern.......................W, 7-0 McNeese State.......................W, 6-3 at Southern.............................W, 6-0 vs. William Carey +.................W, 8-1 at UT Arlington.........................L, 2-7 at Texas State............................L, 3-6 at UTSA.....................................L, 3-6 at Centenary.............................L, 4-5 vs. Grambling State $.............W, 6-0 Sam Houston State................W, 6-3 at Stephen F. Austin...............W, 5-4 UTPA %...................................W, 5-2 Louisiana Tech %......................L, 3-5 New Orleans %.........................L, 3-5 at McNeese State...................W, 7-2 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 1-5 vs. Jacksonville #.......................L, 1-5 vs. Louisiana Tech #................W, 5-1

+ - Baton Rouge, La. $ - Shreveport, La. % - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) # - Sun Belt Championship (Mobile, Ala.)

+ - Sun Belt Mini-Series (Mobile, Ala.)

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1997 Overall Record: 13-8 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

Texas Southern.......................W, 7-0 at McNeese State...................W, 7-0 UT Arlington...........................W, 9-0 vs. UAB +.................................W, 7-0 UTSA.......................................W, 8-1 Centenary...............................W, 8-1 at ULM......................................L, 1-5 Texas State..............................W, 7-2 Southern.................................W, 9-0 Louisiana Tech $.....................W, 9-0 UTPA $....................................W, 9-0 Southeastern Louisiana $......W, 5-1 at Tulane...................................L, 3-5 vs. South Alabama %...............L, 3-6 at New Orleans %...................W, 5-1 at Sam Houston State............W, 7-0 at UALR...................................W, 6-0 vs. WKU !................................W, 9-0 Stephen F. Austin...................W, 8-1 vs. WKU #...............................W, 8-0 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 4-5 vs. Louisiana #........................W, 5-1

+ - Houston, Texas $ - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) % - New Orleans Quad Meet (New Orleans, La.) ! - Little Rock, Ark # - Sun Belt Championship (Mobile, Ala.)

1998 Overall Record: 15-8 Head Coach: Claire Pollard

02.04 02.14 02.15 02.20 02.21 02.27 02.28 03.01 03.04 03.13 03.15 03.16 03.17 03.28 03.30 04.01 04.03 04.03 04.04 04.08 04.16 04.17 04.18

McNeese State.......................W, 7-2 at North Texas........................W, 8-1 at UT Arlington.......................W, 6-0 Tyler Junior College................W, 6-3 at Southeastern Louisiana.....W, 6-0 at UTSA.....................................L, 3-6 at Texas State..........................W, 8-1 Nicholls.....................................L, 3-6 Sam Houston State................W, 9-0 Arkansas State........................W, 5-4 at South Alabama.....................L, 0-9 at Florida A&M.......................W, 9-0 at Jacksonville.........................W, 5-4 at Rice.......................................L, 1-8 ULM........................................W, 5-4 Louisiana...................................L, 3-6 New Orleans +........................W, 6-0 UTPA +....................................W, 9-0 Louisiana Tech +.....................W, 6-0 at Stephen F. Austin.................L, 4-5 vs. New Orleans #..................W, 6-0 vs. Louisiana #..........................L, 1-5 vs. Arkansas State #..................L, 2-5

+ - Lamar Quad Meet (Beaumont, Texas) # - Sun Belt Championship (Mobile, Ala.)

LAMAR WOMEN’S TENNIS 1999 Overall Record: 10-15 Southland: 6-4 Head Coach: Tom Lowry

01.31 01.31 02.11 02.12 02.13 02.20 02.21 02.27 02.28 03.06 03.06 03.13 03.14 03.20 03.21 03.23 03.25 03.27 03.27 04.03 04.04 04.08 04.10 04.11 04.15

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

at Rice.......................................L, 0-9 at Houston................................L, 0-9 at UALR.....................................L, 0-6 at Memphis..............................L, 1-8 at Arkansas State......................L, 0-9 Centenary...............................W, 7-2 North Texas...............................L, 4-5 vs. New Mexico State +............L, 0-9 vs. Montana State +.................L, 4-5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.....W, 8-1 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 6-3 Sam Houston State *.............W, 7-2 UT Arlington *..........................L, 1-8 at UTSA *..................................L, 2-7 at Texas State *.......................W, 5-4 at McNeese State *..................L, 1-8 Troy...........................................L, 1-8 ULM *.....................................W, 9-0 Tyler Junior College..................L, 2-7 at Nicholls *..............................L, 4-5 at Southeastern Louisiana *....W, 9-0 at Louisiana............................W, 5-4 at New Orleans.......................W, 5-4 Northwestern State *............W, 5-4 vs. UTSA #.................................L, 0-5

* - Southland match + - San Antonio, Texas # - Southland Championship (Arlington, Texas)

2000 Overall Record: 12-13 Southland: 7-3 Head Coach: Tom Lowry

02.01 02.05 02.05 02.18 02.19 02.26 02.26 02.27 03.04 03.05 03.11 03.12 03.18 03.19 03.25 03.26 03.28 03.31 04.01 04.02 04.04 04.07 04.09

at No. 18 Baylor........................L, 0-9 Louisiana Tech........................W, 6-3 Centenary...............................W, 9-0 at No. 26 TCU...........................L, 2-7 at No. 65 SMU..........................L, 0-9 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi....W, 2-7 vs. UTPA +...............................W, 9-0 at No. 61 Rice...........................L, 1-8 Southeastern Louisiana *......W, 7-2 Nicholls *................................W, 9-0 at Northwestern State *........W, 6-3 at ULM *.................................W, 5-4 Texas State *...........................W, 5-4 UTSA *......................................L, 3-6 at No. 63 UT Arlington *..........L, 1-8 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 3-6 Louisiana...................................L, 2-7 Texas Tech.................................L, 3-6 New Orleans.............................L, 3-6 McNeese State *....................W, 9-0 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 6-3 at Abilene Christian..................L, 3-6 at North Texas..........................L, 2-7

04.13 vs. ULM #................................W, 5-4 04.14 at UT Arlington #......................L, 0-5 * - Southland match + - Corpus Christi, Texas # - Southland Championship (Arlington, Texas)

2001 Overall Record: 5-17 Southland: 2-8 Head Coach: David Wong

02.04 02.04 02.10 02.10 02.14 02.14 02.18 02.23 02.24 02.25 03.04 03.06 03.10 03.11 03.24 03.25 03.31 04.01 04.03 04.04 04.07 04.08

at Centenary...........................W, 6-3 at Louisiana Tech....................W, 6-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.......L, 1-4 North Texas...............................L, 1-6 at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 at Texas Southern.................. W, def. UTPA.........................................L, 2-5 at Memphis..............................L, 0-7 vs. Tennessee Tech +................L, 2-5 at Arkansas State......................L, 1-6 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 2-5 at McNeese State *..................L, 2-5 Northwestern State *..............L, 2-5 ULM *.......................................L, 2-5 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 0-7 Nicholls *................................W, 6-1 at No. 73 UTSA *......................L, 2-5 at Texas State *.......................W, 5-2 at Sam Houston State *...........L, 2-5 at UT Arlington *......................L, 0-7 at New Orleans.........................L, 0-7 at Louisiana..............................L, 0-7

* - Southland match + - Memphis, Tenn.

2002 Overall Record: 1-23 Southland: 0-10 Head Coach: David Wong

01.25 01.26 02.01 02.02 02.03 02.09 02.09 02.16 02.16 03.09 03.10 03.16 03.17 03.23 03.24 03.27 04.02 04.05 04.05 04.06 04.07 04.11

vs. Arkansas State +..................L, 0-7 at UALR.....................................L, 0-6 at UTPA.....................................L, 1-6 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...L, 1-6 at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 Texas Southern.......................W, 7-0 vs. Cincinnati $.........................L, 0-7 vs. Tennessee State %..............L, 0-7 at Troy.......................................L, 0-7 McNeese State *......................L, 1-6 Louisiana Tech..........................L, 2-4 Nicholls *..................................L, 1-6 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 3-4 at Northwestern State *..........L, 1-6 at ULM *...................................L, 1-6 at No. 18 Baylor........................L, 0-7 Stephen F. Austin *..................L, 1-6 IUPUI.........................................L, 2-5 Centenary.................................L, 3-4 UTSA *......................................L, 2-5 Texas State *.............................L, 1-6 at Louisiana..............................L, 0-6

04.13 at Sam Houston State *...........L, 2-5 04.14 at UT Arlington *......................L, 0-7 * - Southland match + - Little Rock, Ark. $ - Houston, Texas % - Troy, Ala.

2003 Overall Record: 12-10 Southland: 3-7 Head Coach: David Wong

01.25 01.25 02.01 02.01 02.02 02.08 02.08 02.16 03.15 03.16 03.17 03.19 03.22 03.23 03.24 03.25 03.29 03.30 04.05 04.06 04.12 04.13

UTPA.......................................W, 6-1 Alcorn State............................W, 7-0 at Trinity....................................L, 2-7 vs. Schreiner +........................W, 6-0 at St. Edward’s..........................L, 2-7 vs. Alabama A&M $...............W, 4-0 at Alcorn State........................W, 4-0 Southern................................ W, def. at Texas State *.........................L, 2-5 at UTSA *..................................L, 0-7 Vermont . ...............................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 UT Arlington *..........................L, 1-6 Sam Houston State *.............W, 5-2 at SMU......................................L, 0-7 at McNeese State *..................L, 2-5 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 4-3 at Centenary...........................W, 7-0 at Nicholls *............................W, 7-0 at Southeastern Louisiana *....L, 2-5 ULM *.......................................L, 0-7 Northwestern State *..............L, 2-5

* - Southland match + - San Antonio, Texas $ - Lorman, Miss.

2004 Overall Record: 7-14 Southland: 3-7 Head Coach: David Wong

01.18 01.31 02.01 02.21 03.05 03.06 03.07 03.12 03.13 03.16 03.20 03.21 03.21 03.27 03.28 04.02 04.04 04.08 04.13 04.17

at SMU......................................L, 0-7 vs. Texas Southern +...............W, 7-0 Houston....................................L, 0-7 Centenary...............................W, 4-3 UALR.........................................L, 0-6 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 2-5 Nicholls *................................W, 6-1 at Louisiana Tech......................L, 3-4 at Northwestern State *..........L, 3-4 McNeese State *......................L, 3-4 Texas State *.............................L, 1-6 UTSA *......................................L, 2-5 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 at UT Arlington *......................L, 0-7 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 2-5 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi....L, 3-4 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 5-2 UTPA.......................................W, 6-1 vs. ULM * $.............................W, 5-2 UTEP.........................................L, 1-6

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04.18 Louisiana...................................L, 2-5 * - Southland match + - Baytown, Texas $ - Nacogdoches, Texas

2005 Overall Record: 14-11 Southland: 6-4 Head Coach: David Wong 01.22 02.04 02.06 02.12 02.18 02.19 02.19 02.20 03.05 03.06 03.12 03.13 03.13 03.19 03.20 03.25 04.02 04.02 04.03 04.07 04.09 04.10 04.15 04.17 04.22

at No. 67 Rice...........................L, 0-7 at New Mexico State................L, 1-6 vs. Air Force +...........................L, 3-4 vs. Southern Miss $..................L, 0-7 at Centenary...........................W, 6-1 at Alcorn State........................W, 7-0 vs. Samford %.........................W, 5-2 vs. Grambling State !..............W, 7-0 at McNeese State *..................L, 2-5 at Stephen F. Austin *............W, 5-2 Northwestern State *............W, 6-1 ULM *.....................................W, 4-3 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 at UT Arlington *......................L, 3-4 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 4-3 Abilene Christian....................W, 4-3 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 1-6 UTPA.......................................W, 7-0 Nicholls *................................W, 7-0 at Louisiana..............................L, 3-4 at UTSA *................................W, 4-3 at Texas State *.........................L, 3-4 Texas A&M-Christian Corpus....W, 5-2 at No. 70 Houston....................L, 1-5 vs. Sam Houston State #..........L, 1-4

* - Southland match + - El Paso, Texas $ - Lafayette, La. % - Lorman, Miss. ! - Alexandria, La. # - Southland Championship (San Antonio, Texas)

2006 Overall Record: 12-10 Southland: 6-4 Head Coach: David Wong

01.20 01.21 02.05 02.11 02.14 02.17 02.26 03.07 03.11 03.18 03.19 03.24 03.25 03.26 04.01 04.02

vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi +....W, 4-3 at No. 51 Rice...........................L, 0-6 at St. Edward’s $.....................W, 7-0 at UTPA...................................W, 7-0 Louisiana...................................L, 3-4 Centenary...............................W, 7-0 at No. 43 LSU............................L, 1-6 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 5-2 McNeese State *....................W, 4-3 Nicholls *................................W, 5-1 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 2-5 vs. UALR %................................L, 0-5 vs. West Virginia %.................W, 4-2 at Southern Miss......................L, 1-5 UTSA *....................................W, 5-2 Texas State *.............................L, 3-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

at Sam Houston State *...........L, 3-4 at UT Arlington *......................L, 2-5 at ULM *.................................W, 6-1 at Northwestern State *........W, 6-1 vs. ULM #................................W, 4-3 at UT Arlington #......................L, 2-4

* - Southland match + - Houston, Texas $ - Edinburg, Texas % - Hattiesburg, Miss. # - Southland Championship (Arlington, Texas)

2007 Overall Record: 14-10 Southland: 8-3 Head Coach: David Wong

01.19 01.20 01.26 01.27 01.28 02.15 02.23 02.24 02.26 03.10 03.11 03.11 03.16 03.17 03.24 03.25 04.01 04.06 04.09 04.14 04.15 04.17 04.20 04.21

vs. Oral Roberts +...................W, 7-0 at UALR...................................W, 4-2 vs. North Florida $....................L, 2-4 at UTEP...................................W, 6-1 vs. UTPA $...............................W, 6-1 at Louisiana..............................L, 1-6 vs. No. 45 SMU %.....................L, 0-4 at No. 49 Tulsa..........................L, 0-4 vs. No. 50 Wichita State %.......L, 0-4 Northwestern State *............W, 4-2 Central Arkansas *.................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 5-2 at McNeese State *................W, 6-1 Arkansas State..........................L, 3-4 at No. 59 Southeastern Louisiana *....L, 0-7 at Nicholls *............................W, 5-2 Sam Houston State *...............L, 3-4 at Texas State *.......................W, 5-2 at UT Arlington *......................L, 1-5 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 5-2 UTSA *....................................W, 4-3 Stephen F. Austin *................W, 6-1 vs. Texas State #......................W, 4-3 vs. Southeastern Louisiana #....L, 0-5

* - Southland match + - Little Rock, Ark. $ - El Paso, Texas % - Tulsa, Okla. # - Southland Championship (San Antonio, Texas)

2008

01.26 01.26 01.27 02.22 02.29 03.01 03.07 03.08 03.09 03.11 03.13

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Overall Record: 24-3 Southland: 10-1 Southland Tournament Champions Head Coach: David Wong

vs. Louisiana Tech +................W, 7-0 vs. Prairie View A&M +..........W, 7-0 at Rice.......................................L, 2-5 Alcorn State............................W, 7-0 at Stephen F. Austin *............W, 6-1 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 7-0 UT Arlington *........................W, 7-0 Texas State *...........................W, 6-1 New Mexico State *...............W, 4-3 at North Florida......................W, 5-2 at Florida A&M.......................W, 7-0

03.15 03.17 03.20 03.27 03.29 04.01 04.02 04.05 04.06 04.12 04.13 04.16 04.25 04.26 04.27 05.09

vs. Cameron $.........................W, 7-0 Marist......................................W, 7-0 McNeese State *....................W, 7-0 at UTPA...................................W, 4-3 at UTSA *................................W, 6-1 vs. Laredo Community College....W, 4-1 Lee...........................................W, 6-1 Southeastern Louisiana *........L, 2-5 Nicholls *................................W, 7-0 at Northwestern State *........W, 6-1 at Central Arkansas *.............W, 7-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 4-0 vs. UT Arlington #...................W, 4-0 vs. Northwestern State #.......W, 4-0 vs. Southeastern Louisiana #...W, 4-2 at Fresno State &......................L, 0-4

* - Southland match + - Houston, Texas $ - Pensacola, Fla. # - Southland Championship (Nacogdoches, Texas) & - NCAA Tournament (Fresno, Calif.)

2009 Overall Record: 17-6 Southland: 10-1 Head Coach: David Wong

01.16 02.14 02.15 02.26 02.28 03.01 03.07 03.08 03.10 03.14 03.20 03.21 03.22 03.26 03.28 04.04 04.05 04.10 04.11 04.14 04.18 04.24 04.25

at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 at ULM......................................L, 3-4 at Alcorn State........................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 6-1 vs Sam Houston State *.........W, 5-2 vs. Stephen F. Austin *...........W, 7-0 at Texas State *.......................W, 4-3 at UT Arlington *......................L, 1-6 at North Texas..........................L, 3-4 at McNeese State *................W, 6-1 at Southern Miss....................W, 6-1 vs. Troy +...................................L, 3-4 vs. West Virginia +..................W, 5-2 UTPA.......................................W, 7-0 UTSA *....................................W, 4-3 Northwestern State *............W, 4-3 Central Arkansas *.................W, 7-0 at Southeastern Louisiana *....W, 5-2 at Nicholls *............................W, 6-0 Lee...........................................W, 6-1 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 4-3 at Texas A&M Corpus Christi #....W, 4-1 vs. UTSA #.................................L, 3-4

* - Southland match + - Hattiesburg, Miss. # - Corpus Christi, Texas

2010 Overall Record: 14-9 Southland: 8-3 Head Coach: David Wong

02.05 02.05 02.07 02.13

St. Edward’s............................W, 6-1 Tyler Junior College................W, 7-0 ULM..........................................L, 2-5 Nicholls *................................W, 7-0

02.14 02.15 02.19 02.20 02.21 02.27 02.28 03.01 03.19 03.21 03.27 03.28 04.02 04.03 04.10 04.11 04.17 04.23 04.24

Prairie View A&M...................W, 4-0 Southern Miss..........................L, 2-5 at UTEP.....................................L, 3-4 at New Mexico State................L, 2-5 vs. Colorado State +...............W, 5-2 at Northwestern State *..........L, 2-5 at Central Arkansas *.............W, 7-0 at Arkansas State....................W, 4-3 McNeese State *....................W, 5-2 at North Texas..........................L, 1-5 Texas State *.............................L, 3-4 UT Arlington *..........................L, 2-5 at UTSA *................................W, 7-0 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 6-1 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 6-1 at Stephen F. Austin *............W, 5-2 Southeastern Louisiana *......W, 5-2 vs. Sam Houston State #........W, 4-1 vs. Northwestern State #.........L, 0-4

* - Southland match + - Las Cruces, N.M. # - Southland Championship (Corpus Christi, Texas)

02.12 03.03 03.04 03.10 03.16 03.18 03.21 03.24 03.24 03.30 03.31 04.01 04.06 04.07 04.09 04.14 04.15 04.26

at Prairie View A&M..............W, 7-0 Texas State *.............................L, 2-5 UT Arlington *..........................L, 2-5 at Sam Houston State *.........W, 7-0 McNeese State *....................W, 6-1 South Alabama.........................L, 1-6 at Stephen F. Austin *..............L, 1-6 Southeastern Louisiana *......W, 7-0 UTPA.......................................W, 7-0 vs. Tulane..................................L, 1-5 at Louisiana............................W, 5-2 Nicholls *................................W, 4-3 at Northwestern State *........W, 5-2 at Central Arkansas *.............W, 6-1 at Arkansas State....................W, 4-3 at UTSA *................................W, 4-3 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....L, 1-6 vs. UT Arlington #.....................L, 0-4

* - Southland match + - Prairie View, Texas # - Southland Championship (Nacogdoches, Texas)

2011 Overall Record: 19-3 Southland: 10-1 Head Coach: David Wong

02.11 02.12 02.19 02.20 02.26 02.27 03.05 03.06 03.09 03.12 03.13 03.18 03.19 03.26 04.02 04.03 04.09 04.10 04.16 04.17 04.29 04.30

UTEP.......................................W, 6-1 Tyler Junior College................W, 5-2 Prairie View A&M...................W, 7-0 Arkansas State........................W, 4-3 at South Alabama...................W, 7-0 at Southern Miss....................W, 4-3 Sam Houston State *.............W, 6-1 No .71 Stephen F. Austin *.....W, 7-0 at TCU.......................................L, 2-5 at Texas State *.......................W, 7-0 at No. 63 UT Arlington *..........L, 2-5 Cleveland State.......................W, 5-2 at McNeese State *................W, 7-0 at Louisiana............................W, 6-1 vs. UTSA *...............................W, 7-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi *....W, 5-2 at Southeastern Louisiana *....W, 7-0 at Nicholls *............................W, 6-1 vs. Northwestern State *.......W, 5-2 vs. Central Arkansas *............W, 7-0 vs. Sam Houston State #........W, 4-1 vs. Northwestern State #.........L, 1-4

* - Southland match # - Southland Championship (San Antonio, Texas)

2012 Overall Record: 12-10 Southland: 7-4 Head Coach: David Wong

01.20 01.21 01.29 02.12

at Rice.......................................L, 0-7 North Texas...............................L, 2-5 at TCU.......................................L, 1-6 vs. Abilene Christian...............W, 5-2

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THE COACHES Raye Holt

1976-77...................... 6-8 (.429)

Linda Thomas

1978-80.................Not Available

Debby Ghezzi

1981-88................ 112-93 (.546)

Carol Core

1989-91.................. 14-32 (.304)

Tim Calhoun

1992-93.................. 14-23 (.378)

Claire Pollard 1994-98.................. 62-39 (.613)

Tom Lowry

1999-00.................. 22-28 (.440)

David Wong

2001-pres........... 151-126 (.545)

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