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2013 DELAWARE BLUE HENS Name

Yr.

Hometown/High School (Previous School)

Amanda Halstrom

Sr.

Bellmore, N.Y./John F. Kennedy

Christina Harrington So.

Millersville, Md./Severna Park

Olivia Heim

Jr.

Gibsonia, Pa./Pine-Richland

Danea Jonjic’

Fr.

Split, Croatia/Croatia Natural Sciences & Technical

Carmen Lai

Fr.

Sha Tin, Hong Kong/Heep Yunn School/Laurel Springs (Calif.) HS

Kimberly Milla

So.

Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico/CONAMAT

Nataliya Naumova

Fr.

Moscow, Russia/Moscow 98 School No. 1953

Dorothy Safron**

Jr.

New York, N.Y./Professional Children’s School

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS UNIVERSITY FACTS Locaion.................................................................................. Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded................................................................................................................ 1743 Enrollment..................................................................................16,000 Undergraduates Nickname (Mascot)...............................................................Fightin’ Blue Hens (YoUDee) Colors................................................................................................ Royal Blue & Gold NCAA Affiliation..................................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference............................................................................ Colonial Athletic Association ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF President......................................................................................... Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative..................................................... Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services........................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services.................................... Samantha Huge Assistant AD/Internal Affairs (SWA)................................................................. Sue Groff Associate AD/Business Affairs................................................................... Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Affairs...................................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services................................................................ Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance......................................................................................... TBA Associate AD/ Financial Strategies + Athlete Performance........................... Augie Maurelli Compliance Coordinator.............................................................................. Lauren Harris Assistant AD/Operations.............................................................................. Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions......................................................Kristy Fletcher Director, Athletics Development (Interim)......................................................... Mark Urick Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician........................................... Dr. Andrew Reisman Sports Medicine Physician.............................................................Dr. Geoffrey Gustavsen Sports Medicine Nurses..............................................................Lisa Sinclair, Mary Zagar Head Athletic Trainer...................................................................................... John Smith Associate Head Athletic Trainers.................................................. Joan Couch, Dan Watson Asst. Athletic Trainers.............................Courtney Butterworth, Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant AD/Media Relations..................................................................Scott Selheimer Asst. Sports Information Director.....................................................................Kevin Tritt Asst. Sports Information Director (Women’s Tennis Contact)........................ Maggie Hayon Hayon’s Office Phone...............................................................................302-831-6389 Hayon’s E-mail.................................................................................... mhayon@udel.edu Media Relations/Multimedia Assistant.........................................................Adam Nichols UD Athletics Web Site....................................................................... www.bluehens.com WOMEN’S TENNIS INFORMATION Head Coach....................................................Laura Travis | Delaware ‘89 | Delaware ‘98 Coaching Record at Delaware......................................................... 237-119 | 21st Season Overall Coaching Record................................................................ 237-119 | 21st Season Office Phone............................................................................................302-831-8651 Email Address......................................................................................... leroy@udel.edu Mailing Address............................................................................. Delaware Field House ....................................................................University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716 Assistant Coaches.......................... Vince Maximo | Washington (Md.) ‘90 | Fourth Season .................................................................Austin Longacre | Delaware ‘10 | First Season ...............................................................Samantha Carnall | Delaware ‘12 | First Season

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2013 Quick Facts.................................................................1 Blue Hen Coaching Staff.................................................... 2-5 Player Profiles............................................................... 6-11 Colonial Athletic Association...............................................12 2011-12 Season Results/Honors........................................13 All-Time Results........................................................... 14-17 Year-by-Year Results.........................................................18 Blue Hen Record Book.................................................. 19-22 All-Time Blue Hen Roster....................................................23 University of Delaware............................................... 24--27 UD Athletic Facilities.................................................... 28-29 WHY BLUE HENS? University of Delaware's athletic teams have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – "The Fightin' Blue Hens." It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused itself by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular formof amusement, and the "Blue Hens' Chickens" quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Captain Caldwell's company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as "the Blue Hen Chicken" company. One version of the story states that Caldwell's company rushed into battle screaming "We're sons of the Blue Hen and we're game to the end!" Captain Caldwell's company was part of Col. John Haslet's first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as "The Fighting Delawares," Haslet's regiment also won the sobriquet, "The Blue Hen Chickens," which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the "Blue Hen Chicken" was named the official state bird. UD’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm.

2012 Record................................................................................11-6 overall (4-2 CAA) Letterwinners Returning / Lost................................................................................. 5/3 Newcomers................................................................................................................. 3 DELAWARE WOMEN’S TENNIS HISTORY All-Time Record................................................................... 393-204 (38 Seasons/.658) Conference Titles.......................................................................................................... 2 .................................................................. 1987-88 (East Coast), 1988-89 (East Coast) NCAA Tournament Appearances................................................................................None CREDITS The 2013 University of Delaware Women’s Tennis Media Guide was designed, written and edited by Maggie Hayon and Kevin Tritt of the Delaware Sports Information Office. Assistance provided by Adam Nichols and Scott Selheimer. Photos by Mark Campbell, Ed Davis and UD Photo Services.

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LAURA TRAVIS HEAD COACH

21st Season • 237-119 • Delaware ‘89 • Delaware ‘98 record 42-match win streak which tied the longest win streak by any women’s athletic team in UD history.

Laura Travis will begin her 21st season as head coach of the University of Delaware women’s tennis team and 20th season as men’s tennis head coach during the 2012-13 campaign. Travis, the former Laura LeRoy, has enjoyed nothing but success with both teams since taking over the the women’s reigns from B.J. Ferguson in 1992-93 and the men’s head position from UD Hall of Fame member Roy Rylander in 1993-94. She served as Rylander’s assistant coach in 1992-93. Her Delaware men’s teams have won at least 10 matches in all but four seasons and her overall record is 208-157 (.570), including a 15-5 record in 1996-97 when the Blue Hens captured the America East title. The win marked just the second conference title in school history and the first since 1974. She also led the Blue Hens to a second place finish in 1995-96 and semifinal appearances in 1995, 1998, and 1999. Travis was named America East Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year twice, in 1996, and 1997. On the women’s side, Travis has led the Blue Hens to a 20-year record of 237-119 (.666) which includes establishing school records for wins in three different seasons when the Hens posted marks of 17-0, 17-1, and 17-9. She led the Blue Hens to eight straight America East Tournament second place finishes in 1994-2001 and was the league Coach of the Year in 1994-95, 1995-96, and 1999-2000. Most recently, Travis has led the Blue Hens to eight consecutive 10-plus win seasons. Her 1996-97 team went undefeated with a 17-0 mark and her 1997-98 squad completed a school

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Prior to returning to her alma mater as an assistant coach, Travis served as head coach for boy’s and girl’s tennis at nearby A.I. duPont High School. Travis, the first woman to coach a men’s team at the University of Delaware, has been named conference Coach of the Year five times, twice in men’s and three times in women’s tennis. In 1995, she was named the United States Professional Tennis Association Middle Atlantic Division Women’s College Coach of the Year. In addition, she was the USPTA Women’s Open Player of the Year in 1995 and the USPTA Rookie of the Year in 1994. A 1989 University of Delaware honors graduate in physical education, Travis was one of the all-time great tennis players in Blue Hen history during her career in 1985-89. A native of Wilmington, Del. and an All-State player at Tower Hill School, she was a four-time East Coast Conference champion in singles and doubles and led the Blue Hens to East Coast Conference team titles in 1987 and 1988. She was voted team Most Valuable Player all four years. She was inducted into the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame in November, 2001. While at Delaware, she set school records for singles wins in a season (22 in 1988-89) and a career (73-12) and doubles wins in a career (269 with Christie Ellis). She was the 1988-89 ECC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women’s tennis and was a CoSIDA/GTE District II All-Academic second team selection. In December, 2003, Travis was named the national winner of the United States Tennis Association and International Tennis Association Campus Recreation Award on December 3. She has been instrumental in the implementation of several pro-

grams geared to increasing tennis participation on the Delaware campus. Over the last six years, she has implemented USA Tennis Free for All, USA Tennis 1-2-3 and USA Team tennis programs on her campus. All these programs are related to the USA Tennis Program Pathway, which stresses “trying, learning, playing and competing” aspects of picking up and playing a sport. Travis earned her masters degree in physical education and sports psychology from Delaware in 1998. She and her husband Gerry, reside in Newark with their daughters, Brooke and Chase.

Travis’ Career Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Year 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Record (Conference Finish) 8-6 (4th) 10-7 (6th), AE Tournament 15-3 (4th) 14-4 (2nd), AE Coach of the Year 15-5 (1st), AE Coach of the Year 10-8 (3rd) 12-10 (3rd) 11-13, Quarterfinals 13-9 (3rd) 10-7, CAA Quarterfinals 8-11, CAA Quarterfinals 11-15, CAA Quarterfinals 12-7, CAA Quarterfinals 8-8, CAA Quarterfinals 9-11, CAA Quarterfinals 10-7, CAA Quarterfinals 10-5, CAA Quarterfinals 10-11, CAA Quarterfinals 9-7, CAA Quarterfinals 11-6, CAA Quarterfinals 237-119 (.666)

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VINCE MAXIMO ASSISTANT COACH Fourth Season • Washington (Md.) ‘90

Vince Maximo will begin his fourth season as assistant coach for the University of Delaware women and men’s tennis teams in 2012-13. A 1990 graduate of Washington (Md.) College, Maximo earned a degree in business management and was a three-year member of the men’s tennis team, 1987-1989. Posting a 71-16 team record during his years, he helped the Shoremen to three Middle Atlantic Conference championships, while WC ranked third in 1987 and fourth in 1988 and 1989 after the NCAA Division III National Tournament. During his college years, Maximo worked as an instructor for Ocean Pines Tennis Association and the Shoremen tennis camp. He has also played in invitational sectional championships for Middle States USTA and national championships for World Team Tennis. Maximo, who holds over 20 years of experience in the banking industry, has held various leadership positions at Bank of America/MBNA America, and most recently served as a Senior Vice President in the card marketing division at Bank of America. Currently, Maximo serves as a Tech Project Solutions Consultant, specializing in project management, technical development management, and project deployment. Maximo resides in Wilmington, Del. with his wife, Julia, and their two English chocolate labradors.

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AUSTIN LONGACRE ASSISTANT COACH First Season • Delaware ‘10 He earned Second Team All-CAA singles and Third Team All-CAA doubles accolades for both seasons.

One of the most decorated players in University of Delaware men’s tennis history, Austin Longacre returns to the Blue Hens for the 201213 campaign as his first season as an assistant coach. Delaware head coach Laura Travis, now in her 21st season with the Blue Hens and also a UD alumnus, regarded Longacre as one of the most accomplished Delaware tennis graduates. She continued, “Austin’s on-court record speaks for itself, but more importantly, he shares our team values and our vision to move the Delaware tennis programs forward.” Longacre was a four-year letter winner for Delaware and is the all-time singles career wins leader with a record of 70-38, all in the number one slot. Additionally, he posted a doubles record of 56-41, also all in the first flight. A three-time UD Alumni Association/Alexander J. Taylor Team Most Valuable Player, Longacre garnered First Team All-Colonial Athletic Association Doubles and Second Team All-CAA Singles honors as a senior. He finished the season with a singles record of 18-8 in the top spot while going 16-10 in doubles action. During his junior season, Longacre scored a singles record of 20-5, good for third all-time to sit third on the all-time most wins list.

Off the court, Longacre was the Vice President of the Delaware Christian Athletes, where he organized recreational-based events such as dodgeball and ultimate Frisbee tournaments in addition to bowling nights. Furthermore, he arranged service projects like Jesus Justice and the Poor and a rebuilding service project in Philadelphia. As Vice President, Longacre also budgeted and allocated funding for all service projects and retreats. Longacre also interned with the University of Delaware Chief Financial Officer’s office and Global Refuge Internaional. Additionally, he spent eight years as an assistant tennis professional with Better Tennis LLC in Elkton, Md. Longacre graduated in 2010 from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s of science degree in finance. Following graduation, Longacre furthered his education by receiving a master’s in business administration from Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he also served two seasons as an assistant tennis coach. The Orange, Texas native began playing tennis at the age of nine and is the son of Audy and Debbie Longacre, both University of Delaware graduates. Longacre was a four-year tennis standout at Avon Grove High School and won the Pennsylvania singles state championship in 2006.

Longacre put up a school-record 22 singles wins while playing in a school-best 33 matches played as a sophomore.

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SAMANTHA CARNALL ASSISTANT COACH First Season • Delaware ‘12

Fresh off of an illustrious career for the University of Delaware women’s tennis team, Samantha Carnall is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Blue Hens in 2012-13. Delaware head coach Laura Travis, now in her 20th season with the Hens, and also a UD alumnus, considers Carnall as one of the best players in Delaware history and is excited about her return to the squad. She continued,” We are thrilled to have Samantha join our coaching staff. Her on-court record speaks for its itself, but more importantly, she shares our team values and vision to move the program forward.” Carnall was a four-year letter-winner for the Blue Hens and has set multiple school records. She holds the all-time career singles wins mark with a 91-28 record (.765) in addition to the all-time career doubles wins record at 85-31 (.733). During the 2009-10 season, Carnall broke the school record for singles wins with 30. During the same season, Carnall recorded a 27-6 doubles mark to tie the school record. Combined with Megan Doran, is the winningest doubles pair in Delaware history (43-8). As a senior, Carnall was named the UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable player in addition to earning Colonial Athletic Association Singles Second Team honors. She finished the season with a singles record of 18-7 and a fourgame winning streak. Carnall was also an ITA Regionals competitor in both singles and doubles action her senior season.

During her junior campaign, she posted a 2411 record in singles play, while combining with Megan Doran to tally a 24-6 overall doubles mark. Carnall also was the Swarthmore Invitational Flight B Doubles Champion with Doran. She won the Saint Joseph’s University Flight 2 Singles and Flight 1 Doubles titles and was named the National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for October 3. Carnall was also named the CAA Singles Player of the Week for April 13. Off of the court, Carnall was a four-time Dean’s List and Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll selection, earning the honor each year of her career. As a senior, she was named to the National Collegiate Athlete Honor Society. Carnall spent a lot of her free time as a tennis camp coach (UMASS & Tennis in the Streets), volunteering with the Special Olympics and as a member of the Blue Hen Marketing Club. She was also the elected team representative for the Delaware Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, where she negotiated, discussed and voted on issues relevant to the student-athlete body, developed advertising concepts and campaigns, and interacted and collaborated with faculty, other student organizations and student-athletes. A native of Northampton, Mass., Carnall received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing with an Advertising minor from Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics in May 2012.

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RETURNERS | AMANDA HALSTROM

AMANDA HALSTROM Senior • Bellmore, N.Y. • John F. Kennedy

AT DELAWARE: Senior and fourth-year member of the squad • two-time UD Team Sportsmanship Award honoree • made school history after recording the highest win total (27) by a freshman, good at the time for second on the all-time singles wins list • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll awardee • tied for 21st in school history with 40 career singles wins.

HALSTROM YEAR-BY-YEAR Singles Doubles 2009-10 27-7 20-11 2010-11 5-3 6-2 2011-12 8-10 9-1 Totals 40-20 35-14

2011-12 SEASON: Finished her junior campaign by helping the Blue Hens to quarterfinal finish in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament that led to a 11-6 team record, 4-2 in the CAA • ended the season with a 8-10 singles record in addition to a 9-1 doubles record; 8-1 record with Olivia Heim and 1-0 record with Christina Harrington • had longest doubles winning streak on the team with Olivia Heim, seven games • Top Finisher at the St. Joseph’s Invitational (#4 Singles Runner-Up) • named to CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • selected UD Team Sportsmanship Award. 2010-11 SEASON: Improved her career total to 32-10 after going 5-3 in singles action on the year • Posted a minimal .500 winning percentage in all the flights she participated in, going 1-0 in the sixth flight and 2-1 in non-flighted matches • Went 6-2 on the season in doubles

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action, playing with Olivia Heim (4-1) and Kelly Domingo (2-1) • won the Old Dominion Tournament D1 Doubles title with Heim. 2009-10 SEASON: Tallied a singles record of 27-7 including a 17-5 record at the No. 5 spot, as a freshman • her 27 victories marked the highest win total by a freshman in school history • 27 wins also ranks second on the all-time most singles wins in a season in UD history • paired with four different partners to compile a 20-11 doubles record • earned the UD Team Sportsmanship Award. HIGH SCHOOL: A five-year letterwinner at John F. Kennedy High School • played three years at No. 1 singles • an All-County and All-State selection • National Honor Society student. PERSONAL: Amanda Brooke Halstrom (“hallstrum”) • born Sept. 6, 1991 • daughter of Doug and Robin Halstrom • has a younger brother, Jared • honor student as a chemistry major • hopes to become a doctor • worked in the UD Department of Chemistry and Biology as a research assistant this past summer • cites her father as a major influence on her tennis career • started playing tennis at age 10.

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CHRISTINA HARRINGTON Sophomore • Millersville, Md. • Severna Park

AT DELAWARE: Sophomore and second-year member of the squad • ITA Regionals doubles competitor.

HARRINGTON YEAR-BY-YEAR 2011-12 Totals

Singles 7-7 7-7

Doubles 12-8 12-8

2011-12 SEASON: Finished her freshman campaign by helping the Blue Hens to quarterfinal finish in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament that led to a 11-6 team record, 4-2 in the CAA • ended the season with a 7-7 singles record in addition to a 12-8 doubles record; 5-3 record with Samantha Carnall, 1-2 record with Sophie Sjoberg-Sundsstrom, 5-3 record with Kimberly Milla and 1-0 record with Amanda Halstrom • was an ITA Regionals Competitor in doubles.

friends and shopping • has played the piano for 10 years • one pregame superstition is she always chooses to receive, never choosing to serve • always wears the same necklace and likes the grip symbol on her racket facing to the right • chose Delaware for its business school, beautiful campus and good tennis team • began playing tennis at the age of four while playing in tournaments at age nine • lists parents as her biggest influences for always encouraging her to do well • accounting and finance major with a minor in mathematics at the University.

HIGH SCHOOL: Member of the tennis program at Severna Park (Md.) high school, playing for Kathy Zingler • won the Anne Arundel County singles championships in 2008 as a freshman • Member of the National Honor Society, Principles Honor Roll and Honor Roll. Named the Poetry Outloud class winner. PERSONAL: Christina Nicole Harrington • daughter of Doug and Julie Harrington • has one younger brother, Andrew • cousin, Jacqueline Palmucci plays tennis for conference rival James Madison University • enjoys hanging out with

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RETURNERS | OLIVIA HEIM

OLIVIA HEIM Junior • Gibsonia, Pa. • Pine-Richland

AT DELAWARE: Third-year player for the Blue Hens • tied for third all-time with 22 freshman singles wins • 34th in school history with 32 career singles wins.

HEIM YEAR-BY-YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

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Singles 22-11 10-13 32-24

Doubles 8-3 15-5 23-8

2011-12 SEASON: Finished her freshman campaign by helping the Blue Hens to quarterfinal finish in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament that led to a 11-6 team record, 4-2 in the CAA • finished her second season with a 10-13 singles record, now owns a 32-24 career singles record • posted a 15-5 doubles record with a 6-4 record with Kimberly Milla, 8-1 record with Halstrom and 1-0 record with Sophie SjoberSundstrom • was Top Finisher at the St. Joseph’s Invitational (#3 Singles Runner-Up). 2010-11 SEASON: Posted a 22-12 singles record in her first year with Delaware, tying for third all-time as a rookie with teammate Dorothy Safron for most wins in a freshman season • tallied an impressive 7-1 record in No. 3 singles • went 8-3 in doubles action, including a 4-1 mark with current teammate Amanda Halstrom • Won the Swarthmore Invitational Flight C title and was the Saint Joseph’s Invitational Flight 3 Singles Champion • Paired with Halstrom to win the Old Dominion Tournament D1 Doubles title.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at No. 1 singles at Pine-Richland High School • named MVP each season from 2006-10 • state runner up in doubles • holds school record for wins in a career • ranked as high as No. 137 by The Tennis Recruiting Network as a junior • played for national Zonal team for Middle States for six years • played No. 2 singles for Middle States National Intersectional team • ranked in the Top 10 of Middle States for seven straight years, reaching as high as No. 3 • participated twice at the Easter Bowl in California and also at the National Hard Court Championships in San Diego, Calif. • honor roll student. PERSONAL: Olivia C. Heim • daughter of Timothy and Lisa Heim • aunt played tennis at Indiana (Pa.) University and father ran track at Slippery Rock (Pa.) • has one younger brother • honor student as an business major • teaches tennis at Treesdale Country Club • spent summer as a tennis assistant at the Pittsburgh Field Club.

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RETURNERS | KIM MILLA

KIM MILLA Sophomore • Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico • CONAMAT

AT DELAWARE: Second-year member of the UD women’s tennis team. 2011-12 SEASON: Finished her freshman campaign by helping the Blue Hens to quarterfinal finish in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament that led to a 11-6 team record, 4-2 in the CAA • posted a 11-9 singles record that included the longest winning streak on the team of seven matches • owns a 11-7 doubles record; 6-4 with Olivia Heim and 5-3 with Christina Harrington. HIGH SCHOOL: Mexico City.

MILLA YEAR-BY-YEAR 2011-12 Totals

Singles 11-9 11-9

Doubles 11-7 11-7

physical therapist or in biomechanics • loves to read, learn, hang out with friends, being outdoors, food and music.

Competed at CONAMAT in

PERSONAL: Kimberly Milla Ceja • born Dec. 23, 1992 • daughter of Juan Milla and Sandra Ceja • has one younger brother, Ian • enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, yoga, culture and meeting new people • parents are both in the optometry field • chose Delaware for its balance between tennis, academics and culture • wants to improve her game as much as possible at UD • began playing tennis at age six • lists her father as her biggest influence for his passionate, competitive and perfectionist nature • exercise science major with aspirations to work as a

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RETURNERS | DOROTHY SAFRON

DOROTHY SAFRON Junior • New York, N.Y. • Professional Children’s School

SAFRON YEAR-BY-YEAR Singles Doubles 2010-11 22-10 18-9 2011-12 19-11 15-10 Totals 41-21 33-19

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AT DELAWARE: Third-year member of Blue Hen tennis • tied for third all-time in school history with 22 singles wins as a freshman • CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll awardee • 21st in school history with 41 career singles wins.

Week on Apr. 19 with the now-graduated Montse Ripoll.

2011-12 SEASON: Posted a 19-11 singles record to move into 21st in school history with 41 career wins • went 11-4 in the No. 2 flight • collected a five-game singles winning streak • tallied a 15-10 doubles mark, including going 10-4 with teammate Courtney Fenimore, all in the No. 2 slot • duo collected a four-game winning streak • Top Saint Joseph’s Invitational Finisher, placing as a runner-up in the No. 2 singles • ITA Regionals Doubles Competitor.

PERSONAL: Dorothy Kate Safron (“saf-ron”) • daughter of Temy Safron and Barbara Garmon • has one younger sister • honor student • enrolled in UD College of Business and Economics.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Professional Children’s School in New York City.

2010-11 SEASON: Went 22-10 in singles during her rookie season, tying her with teammate Olivia Heim for third-most wins by a freshman in program history • tallied a 13-6 mark in No. 2 Singles and a 6-1 mark in the top flight • finished the year with a 18-9 doubles record, including a 10-3 record with teammate Sophie Sjoberg-Sundstrom • the two paired up to win nine of their 10 No. 3 doubles matches • named the Saint Joseph’s Invitational Flight 1 Singles Champion • named CAA Doubles Team of the

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DANEA JONJIC’

Freshman • Split, Croatia • Croatia Natural Sciences & Technical HS AT DELAWARE: First-year member of Blue Hen Tennis.

are the Philadelphia Eagles and Croatian football team Hajduk.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Natural Sciences and Technical High School in Split, Croatia. PERSONAL: Danea Katarina Jonjic’ (“yonyich”) • born Oct. 10, 1993 • daughter of Sandra Jonjic’ and Milodar Jonjic’ • has a younger brother, Ante • nickname is DJ • chemistry major at UD • enjoys watching movies, listening to music and playing sports • favorite sports teams

CARMEN LAI

Freshman • Sha Tin, Hong Kong • Heep Yunn School • Laurel Springs (Calif.) H.S. AT DELAWARE: First-year member of Blue Hen Tennis. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year tennis player at Heep Yunn School • four-time Hong Kong Interschool Tennis Competition runner-up • team captain as a senior • 2012 Hong Kong National Junior Tennis Championship runner-up • ranked second in grade for mathematics.

• mathematics and economics major at UD • has the goal of becoming an actuary • enjoys playing the piano, listening to music and doing math.

PERSONAL: Carmen Florence Lai • born Feb. 23, 1994 • daughter of Florence Chan and Jerry Lai

NATALIYA NAUMOVA Freshman • Moscow, Russia • Moscow 98 School No. 1953

AT DELAWARE: First-year member of Blue Hen Tennis. PERSONAL: Nataliya Naumova • born May 4, 1995 in Moscow, Russa • daughter of Victoria Naumova and Alexey Naumov • has one younger brother, Mark • majoring in International Relations with a minor in Diplomacy at UD • enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling • lists her favorite sports team as the Russian National Ice Hockey team.

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS The Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2011-12, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 19 teams in 13 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2012. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 23 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2011-12, 24 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 51 student-athletes received All-America honors in 16 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past six years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason. VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and top-seeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting 12

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victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. At least five CAA teams have reached postseason play for the past four years. The CAA has also had great success in women’s basketball, with six teams making the postseason in 2011-12. Conference champion Delaware advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time and was ranked #7 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll. James Madison beat two ACC and two Big East teams to reach the championship game of the WNIT. Drexel, Hofstra, UNCW and VCU joined the Dukes in the WNIT. Old Dominion, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981 and ODU reached the national semifinals in 2011. Four men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and James Madison became the seventh CAA team to reach the final 16 of the event in the past decade. Hofstra’s softball team won the Los Angeles Regional and became the first CAA squad to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past five seasons.

William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 13 years. In the pool, George Mason’s Ashley Danner finished second in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the 200 breaststroke at the 2012 NCAA Championship and received All-America honors. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. On the track, Mason’s David Verburg placed fourth in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championship. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 15 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last 10 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

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2 0 1 1 - 1 2 R E S U LT S 11-6 overall | 4-2 CAA CAA Quarterfinals Sept. 16-18

Towson Tournament...................................... No Scoring

Sept. 23-25

Cissie Leary Tournament at Penn.................... No Scoring

Sept. 30-2

Saint Joseph's Tournament............................ No Scoring

Oct. 7-9

Hampton Roads Tournament.......................... No Scoring

Oct. 15-16

Lehigh Tournament........................................ No Scoring

Oct. 21-24

ITA Regionals at Old Dominion....................... No Scoring

Feb. 12

at Lehigh............................................................ W 7-0

Feb. 16

vs. Morgan State................................................ W 7-0

Feb. 18

Saint Joseph’s.................................................... W 4-3

March 9

at Navy...............................................................L 3-4

March 12

Temple.................................................................L 2-5

March 18

*Hofstra............................................................. W 7-0

March 22

Lafayette........................................................... W 7-0

March 27

at Norfolk State................................................. W 7-0

March 28

at *VCU (from 3/24) ...................Canceled (high winds)

March 30

vs. James Madison (at Old Dominion)....................L 1-6

April 1

vs. *UNCW (at Old Dominion)................................L 1-6

April 7

*Drexel.............................................................. W 4-3

April 10

at Mt. St. Mary's............................................... W 7-0

April 13

at *Towson......................................................... W 4-3

April 15

at *George Mason................................................L 6-1

April 19

#Hofstra............................................................ W 4-0

April 20

#UNCW................................................................L 0-4

Home Matches in Yellow * Colonial Athletic Association Match # Colonial Athletic Association Championships (at Old Dominion University)

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TEAM · NCAA Public Recognition Academic Award SAMANTHA CARNALL · UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player · 2nd team All-Colonial Athletic Association Singles · ITA Regionals Competitor (Singles/Doubles) · Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee · Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll DOROTHY SAFRON · Top Saint Joseph’s Invitational Finisher (#2 Singles Runner-up) · ITA Regionals Competitor (Doubles) · Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll OLIVIA HEIM · Top Saint Joseph’s Invitational Finisher (#3 Singles Runner-up) AMANDA HALSTROM · Top Saint Joseph’s Invitational Finisher (#4 Singles Runner-up) · UD Team Sportsmanship Award · Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll SOPHIE SJOBERG-SUNDSTROM · ITA Regionals Competitor (Doubles) · Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll CHRISTINA HARRINGTON · ITA Regionals Competitor (Doubles)

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1973 (5-1) Head Coach: Kay Ice at Goucher......................... L 3-4 Wesley College................ W 7-0 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 Towson State................... W 6-1 Wesley College................ W 7-0 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 7-0

1974 (Spring) (6-0-1) Head Coach: Kay Ice (Dates Unavailable) at West Chester State...................... W 3-2 Saint Joseph’s.................................. W 7-0 Salisbury State................................ W 7-0 Goucher State.................................. W 7-0 at Towson State.................................T 3-3 Ursinus............................................ W 5-2 Franklin & Marshall.......................... W 4-1 1974 (Fall) (5-2) Head Coach: J. Kay Ice (Dates Unavailable) Franklin and Marshall....................... W 6-1 Salisbury......................................... W 7-0 at West Chester................................. L 2-5 Rutgers........................................... W 6-1 Goucher........................................... W 4-1 at Montclair....................................... L 3-4 Glassboro........................................ W 5-2 1975 (8-4) Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captain: Sharon Howett 9/30 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 7-0 10/1 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 5-0 10/7 Salisbury State................ W 7-0 10/10 at West Chester State........ L 2-3 10/14 at Maryland....................... L 2-7 10/21 Glassboro State............... W 7-0 10/23 at Pennsylvania................. L 1-4 10/29 Rutgers........................... W 4-3 10/31 Goucher........................... W 7-0 10/31 Montclair......................... W 7-0 11/3 at Trenton State............... W 1-6 11/5 at Towson State............... W 6-1 1976 (9-2) Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captain: Sharon Howett 9/28 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 8-1 10/2 Towson State................... W 7-1 10/5 at Salisbury State.............. L 3-4 10/12 Trenton State................... W 4-3 10/13 Goucher........................... W 6-1 10/19 Glassboro State............... W 7-0 10/21 Pennsylvania................... W 6-1 10/23 Rutgers........................... W 4-3 10/30 Montclair......................... W 7-0 11/3 at West Chester................. L 3-4 11/5 Maryland......................... W 4-3

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1977 (5-4) Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captains: Deborah Barrow, Susan Foster, Sharon Howett 9/27 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 7-0 10/1 at Trenton.......................... L 3-6 10/1 Montclair......................... W 5-2 10/11 Maryland........................... L 1-8 10/11 Goucher ....................(Cancelled) 10/18 Glassboro........................ W 7-0 10/18 Towson............................ W 5-2 10/24 at Salisbury....................... L 2-5 10/24 Stroudsburg...............(Cancelled) 11/1 Rutgers........................... W 5-2 11/3 at West Chester................. L 3-6 1978 (9-3) Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captains: Jill Burns, Kathi Foster 9/23 Montclair......................... W 7-0 9/26 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 4-3 9/28 Salisbury......................... W 5-3 9/30 ESSC................................ W 8-1 10/3 Trenton............................ W 5-2 10/10 Towson............................ W 6-1 10/12 Goucher........................... W 7-0 10/17 Glassboro........................ W 5-2 10/19 Pennsylania....................... L 2-5 10/25 Villanova......................... W 7-0 10/31 at Rutgers......................... L 2-5 11/2 at West Chester................. L 1-6 1979 (7-5) Head Coach: J. Kay Ice Captains: Christine Irvin, Maryellen LaHoda Some Dates Unavailable 9/25 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 4-3 9/27 at Salisbury....................... L 3-4 9/29 East Stroudsburg.............. W 7-2 10/2 Towson............................ W 8-1 10/12 Millersville....................... W 7-0 at Pennsylvania................. L 0-8 Temple............................. W 5-4 Glassboro........................ W 7-0 Montclair......................... W 7-0 10/30 at Rutgers......................... L 1-6 11/1 at West Chester................. L 2-5 Trenton.............................. L 2-5 1980 (3-9) Head Coach: Bonnie Jill Ferguson Captains: Carol Viguers, Linda Gray 9/20 Millersville....................... W 5-4 9/23 at Franklin & Marshall........ L 2-5 9/24 at Salisbury....................... L 2-7 9/27 East Stroudsburg.............. W 7-2 9/30 at Towson State................. L 3-5 10/2 at Trenton State................. L 4-5 10/7 Glassboro........................ W 9-0 10/14 at Bucknell......................... L 2-7 10/16 at Pennsylvania................. L 0-8 10/20 at Temple........................... L 1-7 10/28 at Rutgers......................... L 4-5 10/30 at West Chester................. L 2-6

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 1981 (10-4) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Meg Palladino 9/17 UMBC.............................. W 6-3 9/19 Millersville....................... W 8-1 9/22 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 7-2 9/24 Salisbury......................... W 7-2 9/26 American......................... W 7-2 9/29 Trenton State..................... L 3-6 10/9 Lafayette......................... W 4-2 10/10 Pittsburgh....................... W 6-3 10/13 Bucknell........................... W 5-4 10/15 at Pennsylvania................. L 0-9 10/19 Temple............................. W 7-2 10/21 Towson............................ W 6-3 10/27 at Rutgers......................... L 2-5 10/29 at West Chester................. L 0-9 1982 (13-1, 5-0 East Coast Conference) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Meg Palladino ECC Championships - 2nd Place - Held at Towson 9/14 at William Paterson............ L 3-6 9/16 UMBC.............................. W 6-3 9/18 Millersville....................... W 8-1 9/21 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 7-2 9/23 Salisbury......................... W 8-1 9/25 American......................... W 7-2 9/28 Trenton State................... W 6-3 10/5 Lehigh............................. W 5-4 10/7 Temple............................. W 7-2 10/9 Bucknell........................... W 6-3 10/15-17 ECC Championships....2nd Place 10/20 Towson............................ W 9-0 10/26 Rutgers........................... W 5-4 10/28 West Chester................... W 7-2 10/30 La Salle........................... W 9-0 1983 (12-3, 5-1 ECC) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Carol Renfrew ECC Championships - 3rd Place - Held at Bucknell 9/15 UMBC.............................. W 9-0 9/17 Millersville....................... W 8-1 9/20 Franklin & Marshall.......... W 9-0 9/22 Salisbury State............... W 9-0 9/24 American......................... W 6-3 9/27 at Trenton State................. L 3-6 9/29 Paterson.......................... W 5-4 10/4 at Lehigh........................... L 3-6 10/6 Temple............................ W 8-1 10/8 Bucknell........................... W 7-2 10/11 Drexel............................. W 6-0 10/18 Towson State................... W 9-0 10/25 at Rutgers......................... L 1-8 10/27 West Chester................... W 8-1 10/29 Rider............................... W 9-0

1984 (9-6, 4-1 ECC) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Mindy Hall ECC Championships - 4th Place 9/13 Salisbury......................... W 8-1 9/15 at Lehigh........................... L 1-8 9/18 Franklin & Marshall............ L 1-8 9/20 William Paterson.............. W 6-2 9/22 at American....................... L 4-5 9/26 at Trenton State................. L 2-7 10/4 Temple............................ W 8-1 10/6 Bucknell.......................... W 6-3 10/8 UMBC.............................. W 7-2 10/9 Drexel............................. W 9-0 10/15 Millersville...................... W 5-4 10/16 Towson State................. W 8-1 10/23 at Rutgers........................ L 2-7 10/25 at West Chester................. L 4-5 10/27 Rider............................... W 9-0 1985 (9-3, 3-1 ECC, * - ECC Match) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Jeane H. Atkins ECC Championships 2nd Place - Held at Lehigh 9/12 Salisbury......................... W 9-0 9/14 at Lehigh *......................... L 2-7 9/19 at Rutgers......................... L 1-8 9/21 American......................... W 6-3 9/26 UMBC.............................. W 9-0 9/28 Millersville....................... W 8-1 10/1 Franklin & Marshall............ L 3-6 10/5 Bucknell *.......................... L 7-2 10/8 Drexel *.......................... W 8-1 Towson State * .........(Cancelled) 10/16 Temple .............. (Win by Forfeit) 10/22 Villanova......................... W 8-1 West Chester ............(Cancelled) 10/26 Rider *............................ W 9-0 1986 (7-5, 3-1 ECC, * - ECC Match) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Ingrid K. Dellatorre ECC Championships - 3rd Place 9/13 at Lehigh *......................... L 2-7 9/16 Millersville....................... W 9-0 9/18 at Rutgers......................... L 0-9 9/20 at American....................... L 3-6 9/23 Franklin & Marshall.....(Rain Out) 9/25 UMBC.............................. W 9-0 9/27 Lafayette * ............ (Rained Out) 9/30 at Villanova....................... L 3-6 10/1 at Temple........................... L 2-7 10/4 Bucknell *........................ W 7-2 10/7 Drexel *.......................... W 8-1 10/11-12 ECC Championships...... 3rd Place 10/14 at Towson State *... (Rained Out) 10/17-19 Salisbury State Tourn... 9th Place 10/21 Loyola (Md.).................... W 7-2 10/23 West Chester................... W 7-2 10/25 Rider *............................ W 9-0

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1990 (6-8, 5-1 ECC, * - ECC Match) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Assistant Coaches: Laura LeRoy, Amy Lipka Captain: Leslie Gibert ECC Championships - 2nd Place - Held at UMBC 9/9 Hofstra *......................... W 9-0 9/11 at Rider *........................ W 9-0 9/13 at Rutgers......................... L 0-9 9/15 Lafayette........................... L 3-6 9/18 Mount Saint Mary’s........... L 3-6 9/20 at Towson State *............ W 6-3 9/21-23 Mt. St. Mary’s Invite............ NTS 9/25 at Villanova....................... L 0-8 9/27 Lehigh............................... L 2-7 9/29 at Bucknell......................... L 4-5 10/2 Drexel *.......................... W 7-2 10/4 at George Mason............... L 4-5 10/7 Central Connecticut *.......... L 2-7 10/9 at UMBC *....................... W 9-0 10/11 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-0 10/13-14 ECC Championships....2nd Place

1993 (9-4, 1-0 NAC, * - NAC Match) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Captain: Julia Kratzer, Mary Wolfenden NAC Championships - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont 9/9 Morgan State................... W 5-4 9/11 at Lafayette....................... L 1-8 9/14 at Mount Saint Mary’s....... L 3-6 9/17-18 Mt. St. Mary’s Invite............ NTS 9/20 La Salle........................... W 6-2 9/28 at Drexel *...................... W 6-3 9/29 George Mason................. W 7-2 10/1 Towson State................... W 6-3 10/2 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-2 10/5 UMBC.............................. Forfeit 10/8 at West Chester............... W 8-1 10/11 Bucknell............................. L 2-6 10/14 at Lehigh........................... L 4-5 10/16-17 NAC Championships....2nd Place 10/19 Villanova......................... W 6-3 10/22-23 Towson State Invite.... 3rd Place

1991 (6-6, 1-0 *North Atlantic Conference) Head Coach: B.J. Ferguson Captain: Katherine Adams NAC Champ. - 5th Place- Held at Vermont 9/10 La Salle........................... W 9-0 9/12 Morgan State................... W 8-1 9/14 at Lafayette....................... L 1-8 9/17 Mount Saint Mary’s........... L 2-7 9/21-22 Mt. St. Mary’s Invite............ NTS 9/24 Villanova........................... L 1-7 9/26 at Lehigh........................... L 2-7 9/28 Bucknell............................. L 0-9 10/1 at Drexel *...................... W 6-3 10/2 George Mason................... L 3-8 10/5 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-2 10/7 Towson State................... W 5-4 10/8 UMBC.............................. W 6-3 10/12-13 NAC Championships... 5th Place

1994 (9-3) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Assistant Coach: Scott Pirrung Captain: Allison Ashurst NAC Championships - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont 9/10 Lafayette........................... L 3-4 9/13 Mount Saint Mary’s........... L 2-5 9/16-17 Mt. St. Mary’s Tourn............ NTS 9/20 at Villanova..................... W 6-1 9/21 at Morgan State............... W 6-1 9/24 at Bucknell......................... L 4-5 9/27 Drexel............................. W 6-1 9/29 at Towson State............... W 6-3 10/1 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 10/7 West Chester................... W 7-0 10/10 Rider............................... W 7-0 10/13 Lehigh............................. W 5-2 10/18 at La Salle....................... W 7-0 10/22-23 NAC Championships.....2nd Place

1992 (8-6, 1-1 NAC, * - NAC Match) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Captain: Julia Kratzer NAC Championships - 4th Place - Held at Vermont 9/8 at La Salle....................... W 9-0 9/10 at Morgan State............... W 7-2 9/12 at Lafayette....................... L 2-7 9/13 Maine *.......................... W 9-0 9/17 Mount Saint Mary’s........... L 1-8 9/21-22 Mt. St. Mary’s Invite............ NTS 9/24 at Villanova..................... W 5-4 9/26 at Bucknell......................... L 2-7 9/29 Drexel* ............................ L 4-5 9/30 at George Mason............. W 5-4 10/2 at Towson State................. L 3-6 10/3 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 10/6 at UMBC.......................... W 7-2 10/7 West Chester................... W 7-2 10/10-11 NAC Championships...... 4th Place 10/13 Lehigh............................... L 0-9

1995 (12-1) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Assistant Coach: Scott Pirrung Captain: Kate Brune NAC Championships - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont 9/9 at Lafayette..................... W 4-3 9/12 at Mount Saint Mary’s..... W 5-2 9/15-17 Mt. St. Mary’s Tourn............ NTS 9/19 Villanova......................... W 5-2 9/20 Morgan State...... W 7-0 (Forfeit) 9/23 Bucknell............................. L 4-5 9/26 at Drexel *...................... W 6-1 9/28 Towson State *................ W 7-0 9/30 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-0 10/3 at West Chester............... W 5-3 10/9 at Rider........................... W 7-0 10/10 at UMBC......................... W 7-0 10/12 at Lehigh......................... W 5-3 10/18 La Salle........................... W 7-0 10/20-22 NAC Championships.....2nd Place

1996 (17-0, 6-0 America East * AE Match) Head Coach: Laura LeRoy Assistant Coach: Holly Chomyn, Jon Rubinstein Captain: Rebecca Fearins 9/7 Army............................... W 5-2 9/10 Mount Saint Mary’s......... W 7-0 9/18 at Villanova..................... W 6-1 9/22 at Bucknell....................... W 8-1 9/24 West Chester................... W 9-0 9/25 at Towson State *............ W 9-0 9/26 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 9-0 10/1 Lafayette......................... W 6-3 10/4 at Hofstra *..................... W 7-0 10/5 New Hampshire * #.......... W 7-0 Vermont * #..................... W 7-0 10/6 Hartford * #..................... W 7-0 10/10 Lehigh............................. W 7-0 10/12 at La Salle....................... W 7-0 10/14 Drexel............................. W 7-0 10/17 at UMBC.......................... W 7-0 10/22 Rider............................... W 7-0 10/25-22 Amer. East Championships.... 2nd # - AE North/South Rumble at Hofstra - 1st AE Champ. - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont 1997 (17-1, 6-0 America East * AE Match) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Jon Rubinstein Captain: Rebecca Fearins 9/16 at Mount Saint Mary’s..... W 6-1 9/19 at Villanova..................... W 9-0 9/21 Bucknell........................... W 9-0 9/23 at West Chester............... W 9-0 9/24 Towson *......................... W 9-0 9/27 Army............................... W 6-3 9/30 at Lafayette..................... W 8-0 10/1 at Drexel......................... W 8-1 10/3 Hofstra #......................... W 8-1 10/4 Vermont #....................... W 9-0 Hartford #....................... W 9-0 10/5 New Hampshire #............ W 9-0 10/7 UMBC.............................. W 9-0 10/11 at Lehigh......................... W 8-1 10/14 Saint Joseph’s................. W 6-1 10/16 at American..................... W 5-4 10/19 Georgetown..................... W 5-2 10/22 Temple............................... L 4-5 10/24-26 Amer. East Champ......2nd Place # - Hofstra Tournament - 1st AE Champ. - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS 1998-99 (17-9, 7-0 America East) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coach: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Erin Kamen, Karen Greenstein 9/27 Lehigh............................. W 9-0 9/29 Lafayette......................... W 8-1 10/2 Hartford *$...................... W 8-1 10/3 New Hampshire *$........... W 8-1 10/4 Vermont *$..................... W 9-0 10/11 Drexel............................ W 9-0 10/16 at Army............................. L 1-8 10/17 St. John’s (at Army)........... L 4-5 Central Conn. (at Army)...... L 4-5 10/20 St. Joseph’s..................... W 8-0 10/24 at Georgetown................... L 3-6 11/6-9 ITA Tourn. at Penn..... No Scoring 3/20 at Bucknell....................... W 6-3 3/27 American........................... L 4-5 3/29 Eckerd #.......................... W 4-3 3/30 Jacksonville....................... L 2-7 3/31 at St. Leo......................... W 4-3 4/2 at Stetson.......................... L 2-7 4/8 Villanova........................... L 4-5 4/10 at Towson *..................... W 5-4 4/14 UMBC.............................. W 5-4 4/16 Hofstra *......................... W 9-0 4/17 at Drexel *...................... W 7-2 4/20 La Salle.......................... W 9-0 4/23 Hofstra ^......................... W 8-1 4/24 New Hampshire ^............ W 9-0 4/25 Boston University............... L 0-6 # - North/South Rumble at UNH ^ - America East Tournament * - AE Match $ - St. Petersburg, Fla. AE Champ. - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont 1999-00 (15-5, 5-0 America East ) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk, Melanie Heuer Captain: Erin Kamen, Kristin Wasniewski 9/25 Army............................... W 5-4 9/27 at Lehigh......................... W 7-2 10/1 Hartford * #..................... W 6-3 10/2 at New Hampshire #........ W 8-1 10/3 Vermont #....................... W 9-0 10/15 at St. Joseph’s................. W 9-0 10/17 Howard............................. L 3-5 11/6-9 ITA Champion. at Harvard..... NTS 3/17 at Villanova..................... W 6-3 3/24 La Salle........................... W 9-0 3/28 at St. Leo (Fla.)............... W 8-1 3/29 at Bethune-Cookman.......... L 2-7 3/31 at Stetson (Fla.)................. L 2-7 4/12 at UMBC............................ L 3-6 4/14 Hofstra *......................... W 9-0 4/15 Drexel * ......................... W 5-1 4/20 Towson ^......................... W 7-2 4/21 Hartford ^....................... W 5-0 4/22 Boston University............... L 0-6 4/25 Lafayette......................... W 5-1 5/4 Bucknell........................... W 7-2 * - AE Match # - North/South Rumble at UNH ^ - America East Tournament AE Champ. - 2nd Place - Held at Vermont

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2000-01 (11-8 * America East Match) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst.Coaches : Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Martine Street 9/24 Army................................. L 1-8 9/29 Hartford #......................... L 4-5 9/30 at New Hampshire #........ W 5-4 10/1 Vermont #....................... W 5-4 10/7 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 3-4 10/11 at West Chester............... W 9-0 10/14 La Salle........................... W 7-0 3/18 Villanova........................... L 1-6 3/24 Lehigh............................... L 3-4 3/27 Portland St. (Played in Fla.). W 7-0 3/28 St. Leo (Fla.).................... W 7-2 3/30 at Central Fla. Comm. Coll.. Exhib. 4/10 UMBC................................ L 3-4 4/13 Hofstra............................ W 6-1 4/14 at Drexel......................... W 6-1 4/21 at Bucknell....................... W 5-2 4/24 at Lafayette....................... L 1-6 4/27 Towson #......................... W 6-1 4/28 Hartford #...................... W 5-2 4/29 Boston University............... L 0-7 # - North/South Rumble at UNH ^ - America East Tournament AE Championships - 2nd Place - Held at Yale 2001-02 (7-11, 4-2 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Martine Street 9/29 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-0 10/3 at West Chester............... W 7-0 10/7 at La Salle....................... W 6-1 10/10 at Villanova....................... L 1-6 10/20-21 Kutztown (Pa.) Tourn.......... NTS 10/26-28 Omni ITA Regionals at Penn.NTS 3/7 Lafayette........................... L 3-4 3/10 Fordham............................ L 1-6 3/14 at Loyola (Md.).................. L 2-7 3/16 James Madison * (at UNCW).. L 0-7 3/17 at UNC Wilmington *.......... L 2-5 3/23 at Lehigh........................... L 3-4 3/30 Bucknell............................. L 2-5 4/2 at Embry-Riddle................. L 3-6 4/5 at Stetson.......................... L 3-4 4/10 at George Mason *........... W 6-1 4/12 Hofstra *......................... W 6-1 4/14 Drexel............................. W 6-1 4/16 at Towson *..................... W 6-1 4/19 Old Dominion ^ (Quarters).. L 0-4 * - CAA Match ^ - CAA Tournament - Held at VCU

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S 2002-03 (8-11, 4-1 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Christine Knox 9/14-15 Swarthmore Tournament....... NTS 9/21 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 3-4 9/24 Villanova........................... L 1-6 9/28 at Coppin State............ Cancelled 10/6 La Salle........................... W 5-2 10/12 at Kutztown................... W 7-0 3/1 at Lehigh........................... L 3-4 3/11 at Lafayette....................... L 0-7 3/14 Loyola (Md.)...................... L 1-6 3/16 Bucknell............................. L 0-7 3/22 George Mason *............... W 5-2 4/1 at St. Leo (Fla.)................ W 6-1 4/2 at Webber (Fla.)................. L 4-5 4/3 at Embry-Riddle (Fla.)........ L 1-8 4/8 at Drexel *...................... W 7-0 4/10 Towson *......................... W 7-0 4/11 Hofstra *(at Elkton Indoor). W 6-1 4/12 James Madison *................ L 1-6 4/15 West Chester................... W 7-0 4/18 Old Dominion ^ (Quarters).. L 1-4 * - CAA Match ^ - CAA Tournament - Held in Richmond, Va. 2003-04 (9-10, 4-2 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Beth Principe 9/13-14 Swarthmore Invitational....... NTS 9/28 at Bucknell......................... L 1-6 9/30 West Chester................... W 7-0 10/2 at Villanova....................... L 0-7 10/11 at La Salle....................... W 6-1 10/17-19 Collegiate Invite at ODU...... NTS 10/23 at Saint Joseph’s............. W 5-0 2/28 at Lehigh........................... L 1-6 3/8 Lafayette........................... L 1-6 3/13 at Loyola (Md.).................. L 2-5 3/22 at Webber (Fla.)............... W 8-1 3/25 at Stetson (Fla.)................. L 0-7 3/26 at St. Leo (Fla.)................ W 9-0 4/2 at James Madison *............ L 1-6 4/3 UNCW * (at JMU).............. L 1-6 4/7 at Towson *..................... W 6-1 4/10 Hofstra *......................... W 7-0 4/15 UMBC................................ L 1-6 4/17 at George Mason............. W 5-2 4/18 Drexel *.......................... W 7-0 4/23 Old Dominion ^ (Quarters).. L 0-4 * - CAA Match ^ - CAA Tournament - Held at William & Mary

2004-05 (15-8, 4-2 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Beth Principe 9/11-12 Swarthmore Tournament....... NTS 9/19 Towson #......................... W 4-1 Loyola (Md.).................... W 5-0 Georgetown..................... W 5-0 Monmouth #.................... W 5-0 9/29 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 7-0 10/5 Villanova......................... W 5-2 10/9 La Salle........................... W 7-0 10/15-17 Hampton Roads Inv. at ODU.. NTS 10/22-23 ITA Eastern Regional at Penn.. NTS 2/26 at Lehigh........................... L 2-5 3/16 Loyola (Md.).................... W 6-1 3/21 at Lafayette..................... W 5-1 3/25 George Mason *.............. W 5-2 3/28 at Bethune-Cookman.......... L 3-4 3/29 at Webber (Fla.)............... W 9-0 3/30 at Stetson (Fla.)................. L 1-6 4/4 UMBC................................ L 1-6 4/6 at Drexel *...................... W 7-0 4/8 UNCW * (at Mason)........... L 1-6 4/10 at Hofstra *..................... W 7-0 4/12 Georgetown..................... W 6-1 4/14 Towson *......................... W 4-3 4/17 James Madison *................ L 1-6 4/22 Old Dominion ^ (Quarters).. L 1-4 4/24 Bucknell............................. L 2-5 * - CAA Match # - Towson Tournament ^ - CAA Tourn. - Held in Newport News, Va. 2005-06 (10-7, 3-2 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Holly Chomyn, Cindy Piliczuk Captain: Match Captains 9/10-11 Swarthmore Invitational....... NTS 9/20 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-0 9/25 at Villanova..................... W 4-3 10/2 Mount Saint Mary’s........ W 7-0 10/14-16 ODU Tournament................ NTS 10/18 Temple............................... L 1-6 2/18 at College of New Jersey...... NTS 2/25 at Lehigh..................... Cancelled 3/12 Lafayette..................... Cancelled 3/16 Quinnipiac.......................... L 3-4 3/22 at La Salle................... Cancelled 3/27 at Fla. Institute of Tech..... W 9-0 3/29 at Stetson.......................... L 2-5 4/1 UNCW * (at Towson).......... L 1-6 4/2 James Mad. * (at Towson).. L 3-4 4/6 at UMBC............................ L 1-6 4/7 at Towson *..................... W 6-1 4/9 at George Mason *........... W 6-1 4/11 at Georgetown................. W 6-1 4/12 Hofstra *......................... W 7-0 4/14 at Drexel *.................. Cancelled 4/20 Drexel ^ (First Round)..... W 4-0 4/21 #22 William & Mary ^ ...... L 0-5 4/25 at Bucknell...................... W 5-2 * - CAA Match # - Towson Tournament ^ - CAA Tourn. - Held in Newport News, Va.

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2008-09 (13-3, 4-1 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Asst. Coaches: Susan Pollack, Shane Baker, Shane Racine Captain: Match Captains 9/6-7 Swarthmore Tournament....... NTS 9/12-14 Delaware State.................... NTS 9/19-21 Maryland Invitational........... NTS 9/29 at Saint Joseph’s.............. W 7-0 10/4 Villanova......................... W 7-0 10/10-12 Old Dominion Tournament..... NTS 10/24-26 ITA Regionals at Penn.......... NTS 3/15 at Lehigh......................... W 7-0 3/18 at Georgetown................. W 6-1 3/21 at Mount Saint Mary’s..... W 7-0 3/22 George Washington.......... W 5-2 3/25 Lafayette......................... W 7-0 3/27 at Hofstra *..................... W 7-0 3/30 at Mount Olive................. W 9-0 4/1 at UNC Wilmington............. L 1-4 4/3 James Mad. * (at UNCW).. W 4-3 4/7 UMBC................................ L 2-5 4/9 Towson *......................... W 6-1 4/10 George Mason *............... W 7-0 4/11 at Drexel *.................. Cancelled 4/16 George Mason ^.............. W 4-0 4/17 William & Mary ^.............. L 0-4 * - CAA Match ^ - CAA Tournament - Held at Old Dominion 2009-10 (13-6, 4-3 CAA) Head Coach: Laura Travis Assistant Coach: Brendan Heron, Vince Maximo, Shane Racine Captain: Match Captains 9/5-6 College of New Jersey.......... NTS 9/12-13 Swarthmore Tournament....... NTS 9/18-20 Maryland Invitational........... NTS 9/26 at Villanova..................... W 7-0 10/2-4 Old Dominion Tournament..... NTS 10/6 Saint Joseph’s.................. W 6-1 10/10-11 Lehigh Tournament #1.......... NTS 10/24-25 Lehigh Tournament #2.......... NTS 2/20 Fairfield (Elkton Indoor)... W 5-0 2/21 G. Washington (Elkton Indoor)...W 6-1 9/23 at Maryland....................... L 2-5 3/18 at Lehigh......................... W 7-0 3/20 at George Mason *.......... W 6-1 3/24 at Lafayette..................... W 7-0 3/26 UNC W * (Elkton Indoor)..... L 1-6 3/27 James Mad. * (at Towson).. L 2-5 3/29 at VCU........................ Cancelled 3/30 vs. James Mad. (at ODU).... L 1-6 4/1 vs. *UNCW (at ODU).......... L 1-6 4/7 *Drexel........................... W 4-3 4/10 at Mt. St. Mary’s............. W 7-0 4/13 at *Towson...................... W 4-3 4/15 at *George Mason.............. L 6-1 4/19 ^Hofstra.......................... W 4-0 4/20 ^UNCW............................. L 0-4 * - CAA Match ^ - CAA Tournament - Held at Old Dominion

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS Year....................... Dual Record (Conference) 1972-73................ 5-1 1973-74................ 5-2 1974-75................ 5-2 1975-76................ 8-4 1976-77................ 9-2 1977-78................ 5-4 1978-79................ 9-3 1979-80................ 7-5 1980-81................ 3-9 1981-82................ 10-4 1982-83................ 13-1 1983-84................ 12-3 1984-85................ 9-6 1985-86................ 9-3 1986-87................ 7-5 1987-88................ 12-3 1988-89................ 11-4 1989-90................ 5-10 1990-91................ 6-8 1991-92................ 6-6 1992-93................ 8-6 1993-94................ 9-4 1994-95................ 9-3 1995-96................ 12-1 1996-97................ 17-0, 6-0 America East 1997-98................ 17-1, 6-0 America East 1998-99................ 17-9, 7-0 America East 1999-00................ 15-5, 5-0 America East 2000-01................ 11-8, 4-1 America East 2001-02................ 7-11, 4-2 CAA 2002-03................ 8-11, 4-1 CAA 2003-04................ 9-10, 4-2 CAA 2004-05................ 15-8, 4-2 CAA 2005-06................ 10-7, 3-2 CAA 2006-07................ 11-11, 4-3 CAA 2007-08................ 12-3, 5-0 CAA 2008-09................ 13-4, 4-1 CAA 2009-10................ 13-6, 4-3 CAA 2010-11................ 13-5, 5-1 CAA 2011-12................ 11-6, 4-2 CAA

Head Coach Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Kay Ice Bonnie Jill (B.J.) Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson B.J. Ferguson Laura LeRoy Laura LeRoy Laura LeRoy Laura LeRoy Laura LeRoy Laura (LeRoy) Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis Laura Travis

Totals:.................... 393-204 (.658)

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Highlights --------------------2nd Place East Coast Conference Championship 3rd Place East Coast Conference 4th Place East Coast Conference 2nd Place East Coast Conference 3rd Place East Coast Conference East Coast Conference Champions East Coast Conference Champions 4th Place East Coast Conference 2nd Place East Coast Conference 5th Place North Atlantic Conference 4th Place North Atlantic Conference 2nd Place North Atlantic Conference 2nd Place North Atlantic Conference 2nd Place North Atlantic Conference 2nd Place America East Championships 2nd Place America East 2nd Place America East 2nd Place America East 2nd Place America East Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals

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SINGLES WINS, CAREER:...........91, Samantha Carnall, 2009-12 (91-28) ..................................................... 75, Ivana Petrich, 2007-11 (75-26) ........................................................ 74, Erin Kamen, 1996-00 (74-13) ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach Years Record (Pct.) SINGLES MATCHES PLAYED, SEASON: Kay Ice ................................. 1973-80 (7).......................53-23 ( .688) ...............................................35, Samantha Carnall, 2010-11 (22-11) B.J. Ferguson ....................... 1980-92 (12).....................103-62 (.624) .................................................35, Samantha Carnall, 2009-10 (30-5) Laura (LeRoy) Travis......... 1992-Present (20)................237-119 (.666) ................................................ 34, Amanda Halstrom, 2009-10 (27-7) Totals..................................... 40 Seasons........... 393-204 (597) (.658) ....................................................... 33, Olivia Heim, 2010-11 (22-11) .................................................... 33, Kristen Mueller, 2009-10 (26-7) TEAM RECORDS __ .................................................... 33, Montse Ripoll, 2009-10 (23-10) MOST WINS, SEASON:.......................................... 17, 1996-97 (17-0); .................................................. 32, Dorothy Safron, 2010-11 (22-10) ............................................................................ 17, 1997-98 (17-1) .....................................................32, Megan Doran, 2009-10 (22-10) ............................................................................ 17, 1998-99 (17-9) ..................................................... 31, Ivana Petrich, 2010-11 (19-12) BEST PERCENTAGE, SEASON: ............................ 1.000 (17-0), 1996-97 ...................................................... 31, Montse Ripoll, 2010-11 (23-8) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: .............................................. 42, 1994-98 .....................................................30, Megan Doran, 2010-11 (18-12) MOST CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON LEAGUE WINS: ..... 30, 1992-00 ......................................................... 30, Liz Perlow, 2004-05 (19-11) MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES: ........................................... 10, 2001-02 .............................................. 30, Amanda Campbell, 2006-07 (15-15) ......................................................................................... 9, 1980-81 .................................................. 30, Dorothy Safron, 2011-12 (19-11) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS: ........................................ 9, 1996-97 .......................................................29, Sari Shuster, 2004-05 (19-10) MOST LOSSES, SEASON: ........................................ 11, 2001-02 (7-11) .................................. 29, Sophie Sjoberg-Sundstrom, 2011-12 (17-12) ............................................................................ 11, 2002-03 (8-11) .......................................................28, Susan Pollack, 2004-05 (19-9) MOST MATCHES, SEASON: ..................................... 26, 1998-99 (17-9) ..........................................................28, Elena Berry, 2008-09 (22-6) ............................................. 27, Kristin Wasniewski, 1998-99 (12-15 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS __ .................................................27, Alexa Dragonette, 2006-07 (20-7) ....................................................... 27, Ivana Petrich, 2008-09 (24-3) * Current players listed in yellow text * SINGLES WINS, SEASON: ............30, Samantha Carnall, 2009-10 (30-5) ............................................................ 26, Elly Giese, 1998-99 (24-2) ................................................ 27, Amanda Halstrom, 2009-10 (27-7) .......................................................... 26, Erin Kamen, 1998-99 (21-5) .................................................... 26, Kristen Mueller, 2009-10 (26-7) ............................................... 26, Karen Greenstein, 1998-99 (15-11) ............................................................ 24, Elly Giese, 1998-99 (24-2) ...................................................... 26, Tracy Guerin, 1998-99 (15-11) ...............................................24, Samantha Carnall, 2010-11 (24-11) .......................................................26, Susan Pollack, 2007-08 (18-8) ....................................................... 24, Ivana Petrich, 2008-09 (24-3) .......................................................26, Megan Doran, 2008-09 (20-6) ...................................................... 23, Montse Ripoll, 2010-11 (23-8) .................................................... 23, Montse Ripoll, 2009-10 (23-10) SINGLES MATCHES PLAYED, CAREER:....119, Samantha Carnall, 2008-11 .........................................................22, Laura LeRoy, 1998-89 (22-3) ................................................................100, Ivana Petrich, 2007-11 ..........................................................22, Elena Berry, 2008-09 (22-6) ........................................................... 99, Amanda Campbell, 2005-09 .....................................................22, Megan Doran, 2009-10 (22-10) ......................................................................98, Liz Perlow, 2003-07 .................................................. 22, Dorothy Safron, 2010-11 (22-10) ................................................................. 95, Susan Pollack, 2004-08 .....................................................................94, Elena Berry, 2006-10 ..................................................................88, Megan Doran, 2008-11 SINGLES WINS, SEASON (FRESHMAN): ................................................ 27, Amanda Halstrom, 2009-10 (27-7) .....................................................................87, Erin Kamen, 1996-00 ............................................................ 24, Elly Giese, 1998-99 (24-2) ....................................................................87, Sari Shuster, 2003-07 .................................................. 22, Dorothy Safron, 2010-11 (22-10) ............................................................86, Karen Greenstein, 1996-00 ....................................................... 22, Olivia Heim, 2010-11 (22-11) ....................................................................... 86, Elly Giese, 1998-02 ....................................................... 21, Ivana Petrich, 2007-08 (21-4) ........................................................... 86, Alexa Dragonette, 2004-08 ........................................................ 20, Jo Jo Gruber, 2008-09 (20-5) ................................................................... 85, Laura LeRoy, 1985-89 .......................................................19, Susan Pollack, 2004-05 (19-9) .............................................................. 82, Rebecca Fearins, 1993-98 ............................................... 19, Courtney Fenimore, 2007-08 (19-6) ................................................................ 82, Jessica Wilkes, 1999-03 ................................................. 18, Karen Greenstein, 1996-97 (18-1) .............................................................. 78, Brittany Barsky, 2004-08 .......................................................... 18, Erin Kamen, 1996-97 (18-2) ..................................................................... 73, Kate Brune, 1992-96 .............................................. 18, Kristin Wasniewski, 1997-98 (18-0) ...................................................................73, Amy Beamer, 1987-91 ..........................................................................72, Lisa Fry, 1993-97 (through 2011-12 season)

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS MOST DOUBLES WINS (TEAM), SEASON: ...........................25, Amanda Campbell/Megan Doran, 2008-09 (25-2) ........................... 24, Megan Doran/Samantha Carnall, 2010-11 (24-6) .......................... 22, Susan Pollack/Amanda Campbell, 2005-06 (22-6) ...................... 20, Kristin Wasniewski/Rachel Dencker, 1997-98 (20-1) ..................................... 20, Elena Berry/Jo Jo Gruber, 2008-09 (20-6) ........................... 19, Megan Doran/Samantha Carnall, 2009-10 (19-3) MOST DOUBLES WINS (TEAM), CAREER: ........................... 43, Megan Doran/Samantha Carnall, 2008-11 (43-8) .......................... 34, Susan Pollack/Amanda Campbell, 2005-07 (34-8) .................... 28, Kristin Wasniewski/Rachel Dencker, 1997-99 (28-12) MOST DOUBLES WINS (INDIVIDUAL), SEASON: .......................................................27, Megan Doran, 2009-10 (27-5) .................................................27, Samantha Carnall, 2009-10 (27-6) ...................................................... 26, Montse Ripoll, 2009-10 (26-7) ................................................ 25, Amanda Campbell, 2008-09 (25-2) .......................................................25, Megan Doran, 2008-09 (25-2) .......................................................24, Megan Doran, 2010-11 (24-6) .................................................24, Samantha Carnall, 2010-11 (24-6) .......................................................23, Susan Pollack, 2005-06 (23-6) ................................................ 22, Amanda Campbell, 1997-98 (20-1) .............................................. 20, Kristin Wasniewski, 1997-98 (20-1) .....................................................20, Rachel Dencker, 1997-98 (20-1) .........................................................20, Julie Schiller, 2006-07 (20-8) .............................................. 20, Amanda Halstrom, 2009-10 (20-11) MOST DOUBLES WINS (INDIVIDUAL), CAREER: ...............................................85, Samantha Carnall, 2008-12 (85-31) .............................................. 75, Amanda Campbell, 2005-09 (75-27) .....................................................69, Susan Pollack, 2004-08 (69-23) ........................................................67, Elena Berry, 2006-10 (67-28) ...............................................60, Alexa Dragonette, 2004-08 (60-36) ................................................... 56, Rebecca Fearins, 1993-98 (56-7) ............................................... 56, Karen Greenstein, 1996-00 (56-18) TOP CAREER SINGLES WINS LEADERS 1. Samantha Carnall...............2008-12................................... 91-28 2. Ivana Petrich......................2007-11................................... 75-26 3. Erin Kamen.........................1996-00................................... 74-13 4. Laura LeRoy.......................1985-89................................... 73-12 5. Rebecca Fearins..................1993-98................................... 68-14 6. Susan Pollack.....................2004-08................................... 67-28 7. Elena Berry........................2006-10................................... 66-28 8. Karen Greenstein................1996-00................................... 62-24 Amanda Campbell...............2005-09................................... 62-37 10. Megan Doran.....................2008-11................................... 60-28 11. Alexa Dragonette...............2004-08................................... 58-28 12. Brittany Barsky..................2004-08................................... 56-22 13. Liz Perlow.........................2003-07................................... 55-43 14. Kristen Mueller..................2006-10................................... 53-17 Elly Giese...........................1998-02................................... 53-33 16. Jessica Wilkes....................1999-03................................... 51-31 Sari Shuster.......................2003-07................................... 51-36 18. Montse Ripoll.....................2009-11................................... 48-18 20

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Lisa Fry.............................1993-97................................... 48-24 Kate Brune.........................1992-96................................... 44-29 Kristin Wasniewski.............1997-01................................... 43-21 Amy Beamer......................1987-91................................... 42-31 Dorothy Safron............... 2010-Present............................... 41-21 Amanda Halstrom........... 2009-Present............................... 40-18 Carol Renfrew....................1980-84................................... 40-21 Margie Doukakis................1982-85................................... 40-25 Allison Ashurst...................1991-95................................... 40-25 Tracy Guerin.......................1996-00................................... 38-16 Martine Street...................1998-02................................... 38-17 Ingrid Dellatorre.................1984-88................................... 36-26 Lynne Bartlett....................1985-89................................... 35-12 Cindy Pilipczuk...................1994-97..................................... 34-6 Courtney Fenimore..............2007-12................................... 34-10 Amy Lipka..........................1986-90................................... 34-30 Joyce Nidzgorski................1978-82................................... 33-15 Sharon Howett...................1974-78................................... 33-20 Olivia Heim.................... 2010-Present............................... 32-24 Mylene Houghton...............1981-83..................................... 30-8 Beth Principe......................2001-04................................... 30-32 Darlene Deo.......................1982-85................................... 29-17 April Parsons.....................1982-86................................... 29-18 Stefanie Riddle...................2001-05................................... 29-20 Julie Kratzer......................1990-94................................... 29-26 Jane Kratz.........................1994-98................................... 28-11 Christie Ellis.......................1987-89..................................... 27-8 Sophie Sjoberg-Sundstrom...2010-12................................... 27-15 Tara Finnegan.....................1988-92................................... 27-28

TOP SINGLE SEASON SINGLES WINS 1. Samantha Carnall................................... 2009-10................... 30-5 2. Amanda Halstrom.................................. 2009-10................... 27-7 3. Kristen Mueller...................................... 2009-10................... 26-7 4. Elly Giese.............................................. 1998-99................... 24-2 Ivana Petrich......................................... 2008-09................... 24-3 Samantha Carnall................................... 2010-11................. 24-11 7. Montse Ripoll........................................ 2009-10................. 23-10 Montse Ripoll........................................ 2010-11................... 23-8 9. Laura LeRoy.......................................... 1988-89................... 22-3 Elena Berry............................................ 2008-09................... 22-6 Megan Doran......................................... 2009-10................. 22-10 Dorothy Safron...................................... 2010-11................. 22-10 Olivia Heim........................................... 2010-11................. 22-11 14. Elena Berry............................................ 2007-08................... 21-4 Ivana Petrich......................................... 2007-08................... 21-4 Erin Kamen............................................ 1998-99................... 21-5 17. Jo Jo Gruber.......................................... 2008-09................... 20-5 Amanda Campbell.................................. 2008-09................... 20-5 Megan Doran......................................... 2008-09................... 20-6 Alexa Dragonette................................... 2006-07................... 20-7 21. Cindy Pilipczuk....................................... 1996-97................... 19-1 Lisa Fry................................................. 1996-97................... 19-1 Erin Kamen............................................ 1996-97................... 19-2 Laura LeRoy.......................................... 1986-87................... 19-3 Rebecca Fearins..................................... 1996-97................... 19-4

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Courtney Fenimore................................. 2007-08................... 19-6 Susan Pollack........................................ 2004-05................... 19-9 Sari Shuster........................................... 2004-05................. 19-10 Liz Perlow............................................. 2004-05................. 19-11 Dorothy Safron...................................... 2011-12................. 19-11

TOP SINGLE SEASON WIN PERCENTAGE 1. Kristin Wasniewski......1997-98................ 18-0.................... 1.000 Joyce Nidzgorski.......... 1978-79................ 12-0.................... 1.000 3. Cindy Pilipczuk............. 1996-97................ 19-1...................... .950 Lisa Fry....................... 1996-97................ 19-1...................... .950 5. Karen Greenstein......... 1996-97................ 18-1...................... .947 6. Amy Beamer................ 1987-88................ 16-1...................... .941 7. Rachel Dencker............ 1996-97................ 14-1...................... .933 8. Elly Giese.................... 1998-99................ 24-2...................... .923 9. Erin Kamen.................. 1997-98................ 19-2...................... .905 10. Erin Kamen.................. 1996-97................ 18-2...................... .900 Rebecca Fearins........... 1996-97................ 18-2...................... .900 TOP CAREER DOUBLES WINS LEADERS (Teams) 1. Megan Doran/Samantha Carnall............. 2009-11................... 43-8 2. Susan Pollack/Amanda Campbell............ 2005-07................... 34-8 3. Kristin Wasniewski/Rachel Dencker........ 1997-00................. 28-12 4. Laura LeRoy/Christie Ellis...................... 1987-89................... 26-9 5. Amanda Campbell/Megan Doran............. 2008-09................... 25-2 Tracy Guerin/Karen Greenstein............... 1996-00................. 25-11 7. Rebecca Fearins/Jane Kratz................... 1994-98................... 24-8 8. Julia Kratzer/Mary Wolfenden............... 1990-95................. 22-14 9. Elena Berry/Jo Jo Gruber....................... 2008-09................... 20-6 10. Rebecca Fearins/Cindy Pilipczuk............. 1995-98................... 19-1 Anisha Talati/Jessica Quittman............... 2000-02................... 19-4 12. Montse Ripoll/Ivana Petrich................... 2009-11................... 18-8 Brittany Barsky/Alexa Dragonette......... 2004-08................. 18-13 14. Susan Pollack/Courtney Fenimore........... 2007-08................... 17-8 Lisa Fry/Wendy Schreiner...................... 1994-96................... 17-3 16. Criss Irvin/Jill Burns.............................. 1976-79................... 16-4 Elena Berry/Montse Ripoll..................... 2009-10................... 16-4 Liz Perlow/Sari Shuster......................... 2003-07................... 16-5 Elena Berry/Ivana Petrich...................... 2007-08................... 16-5 Ivana Petrich/Samantha Carnall............. 2009-10................. 16-15 21. Kate Brune/Rebecca Fearins................... 1994-96................... 15-1 Jane Kratz/Megan Zusi......................... 1994-96................... 15-3 Elly Giese/Jessica Wilkes....................... 1999-02................. 15-19 TOP CAREER DOUBLES WINS LEADERS (Individuals) 1. Samantha Carnall................................... 2008-12................. 85-31 2. Megan Doran......................................... 2009-11................. 76-13 3. Amanda Campbell.................................. 2005-09................. 75-27 4. Susan Pollack........................................ 2004-08................. 69-23 5. Elena Berry............................................ 2006-10................. 67-28 6. Ivana Petrich......................................... 2007-11................. 66-31 7. Alexa Dragonette................................... 2004-08................. 60-36 8. Rebecca Fearins..................................... 1993-98................... 56-7 Karen Greenstein................................... 1996-00................. 56-18 10. Ingrid Dellatorre.................................... 1984-88................. 52-16 Tracy Guerin.......................................... 1996-00................. 52-18

BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS 12. Laura LeRoy.......................................... 1985-89................. 50-19 13. Sari Shuster........................................... 2003-07................. 49-30 14. Jane Kratz............................................. 1994-98................... 48-8 15. Brittany Barsky..................................... 2004-08................. 47-35 16. Kristin Wasniewski................................ 1997-00................. 42-10 Liz Perlow............................................. 2003-07................. 42-26 18. Julia Kratzer.......................................... 1990-94................. 41-22 19. Julie Schiller.......................................... 2004-08................. 40-18 Martine Street....................................... 1998-02................. 40-28 21. Lisa Fry................................................. 1993-97................... 39-6 Megan Zusi........................................... 1992-96................. 39-14 23. Rachel Dencker...................................... 1996-00................. 36-13 Ellly Giese............................................. 1998-02................. 36-30 25. Lynne Bartlett..................................... 1985; 87-88.............. 35-10 Amanda Halstrom...............................2009-Present.............. 35-14 27. Leslie Gilbert......................................... 1987-91................. 34-30 28. Jessica Wilkes....................................... 1999-03................. 33-30 Dorothy Safron...................................2010-Present.............. 33-19 30. Criss Irvin............................................. 1976-80................. 32-10 Kate Brune............................................ 1992-96................. 32-14 TOP SINGLE SEASON DOUBLES WINS LEADERS (Teams) 1. Amanda Campbell/Megan Doran.......................... 2008-09....... 25-2 2. Megan Doran/Samantha Carnall.......................... 2010-11....... 24-6 3. Susan Pollack/Amanda Campbell......................... 2005-06....... 22-6 4. Kristin Wasniewski/Rachel Dencker..................... 1997-98....... 20-1 Elena Berry/Jo Jo Gruber.................................... 2008-09....... 20-6 6. Megan Doran/Samantha Carnall.......................... 2009-10....... 19-3 7. Rebecca Fearins/Jane Kratz................................ 1997-98....... 17-3 Susan Pollack/Courtney Fenimore........................ 2007-08....... 17-8 9. Cindy Pilipczuk/Rebecca Fearins.......................... 1996-97....... 16-1 Elena Berry/Montse Ripoll.................................. 2009-10....... 16-4 Elena Berry/Ivana Petrich................................... 2007-08....... 16-5 12. Lisa Fry/Wendy Schreiner................................... 1994-95....... 15-1 Laura LeRoy/Christie Ellis................................... 1988-89....... 15-5 14. Ingrid Dellatorre/Lynne Bartlett.......................... 1987-88....... 13-1 15. Margie Doukakis/Laura Toole.............................. 1982-83....... 12-0 Susan Pollack/Amanda Campbell......................... 2006-07....... 12-2 Anisha Talati/Jessica Quittman............................ 2000-01....... 12-4 18. Jane Kratz/Tracy Guerin..................................... 1996-97....... 11-1 Laura LeRoy/Ingrid Dellatorre............................. 1986-87....... 11-4 Laura LeRoy/Christie Ellis................................... 1987-88....... 11-4 Laura McCarron/Leslie Gilbert............................. 1987-88....... 11-4 Samantha Carnall/Sophie Sjoberg-Sundstrom....... 2011-12....... 11-5 Karen Greenstein/Tracy Guerin............................ 1998-99....... 11-8 Brittany Barsky/Katie Miller............................... 2004-05..... 11-10 25. Jane Kratz/Megan Zusi...................................... 1994-95....... 10-1 Dorothy Safron/Sophie Sjoberg-Sundstrom.......... 2010-11....... 10-3 Meg Palladino/Nancy Hindman............................ 1982-83....... 10-3 Susan Pollack/Sari Shuster.................................. 2004-05....... 10-4 Dorothy Safron/Courtney Fenimore..................... 2011-12....... 10-4 Martine Street/Karen Greenstein........................ 1999-00....... 10-5 Ivana Petrich/Montse Ripoll................................ 2010-11....... 10-6 Amanda Halstrom/Kristen Mueller...................... 2009-10....... 10-7

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS • 1987-88 East Coast Conference Champions • 1988-89 East Coast Conference Champions INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS NCAA POST GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT Carol Renfrew - 1984 CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAM Laura LeRoy - 1989 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE OUTSTANDING SENIOR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Sharon Howett - 1977-78 NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR (STATE WINNER) Tara Finnegan - 1991-92 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Sharon Howett - 2000 Laura LeRoy - 2001 Joyce Perry - 2004

ALL-TIME ROSTER ALL-CONFERENCE (vote of coaches) Kristin Wasniewski......................................1st team doubles, 1998-99 Elly Giese..... 1st team doubles, 1998-99; 2000-01; 2nd team, 2001-02 Karen Greenstein..........................................1st team singles, 1998-99 Erin Kamen...................................................1st team singles, 1998-99 Martine Street.........................................................1st team, 2000-01 Jessica Wilkes........................................................ 2nd team, 2002-03 Susan Pollack....................1st team doubles, 2nd team singles, 2005-06 Amanda Campbell.............. 1st team doubles, 3rd team singles, 2005-06 Susan Pollack................... 2nd team singles, 2nd team doubles, 2007-08 Courtney Fenimore........... 2nd team doubles, 3rd team singles, 2007-08 Elena Berry......................3rd team singles, 3rd team doubles, 2008-09; ................................................................. 3rd team doubles, 2009-10 Jo Jo Gruber............................................... 3rd team doubles, 2008-09 Megan Doran............................................... 2nd team singles, 2009-10 Montse Ripoll............................................. 3rd team doubles, 2009-10 Megan Doran............................................... 3rd team singles, 2010-11 Samantha Carnall......................................... 2nd team singles, 2011-12

CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Carol Renfrew - 1982-83; 1983-84 Laura LeRoy - 1988-89 Tara Finnegan - 1990-91; 1991-92 CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Laura Travis - 1994-95; 1995-96 CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Singles: ...................................................................Laura Toole (#4, 1982-83) ...................................Laura LeRoy (#1, 1985-86; 1987-88; 1988-89) ................................................................Dotty Clayton (#6,1985-86) .................................................. Christie Ellis (#2, 1987-88; 1988-89) ...............................................................Lynne Bartlett (#3, 1987-88) .................................................................Amy Beamer (#6, 1987-88) ................................................................ Leslie Gilbert (#6, 1990-91) ...............................................................Lori McCarthy (#4, 1993-94) ............................................................. Allison Ashurst (#5, 1993-94) ............................................................ Rebecca Fearins (#1, 1997-98) Doubles: ............................................................... Laura O’Toole (#2, 1982-83) ................................................................. Laura LeRoy (#1, 1986-87) ......................................Ingrid Dellatorre (#1, 1986-87; #2, 1987-88) ...............................................................Lynne Bartlett (#2, 1987-88) ............................................................ Laura McCarron (#3, 1987-88) ................................................................ Leslie Gilbert (#3, 1987-88) ............................................................... Tara Finnegan (#1, 1991-92) .......................................................... Katherine Adams (#1, 1991-92) ....................................................... Kristin Wasniewski (#1, 1997-98) ............................................................. Rachel Dencker (#1, 1997-98)

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BLUE HEN WOMEN’S TENNIS University of Delaware Women’s Tennis All-Time Letterwinners Complete Through the 2011-12 Season --Yellow indicates 2012-13 team-AAA Adams, Katherine........................ 1989, 1990, 1991 Allen, Beth...................................................... 1988 Anderson, Diane.............................................. 1975 Ashurst, Allison................. 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Atkins, Jeanne............................ 1983, 1984, 1985 BBB Bailey, Sharen................................................. 1975 Barsky, Brittany................ 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Barrow, Debbie................. 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Bartlett, Lynne............................ 1985, 1987, 1988 Beacon, Jane................................................... 1973 Beamer, Amy.................... 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 Berry, Elena...................... 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Bishop, Diana.................................................. 1991 Bolgiano, Jeanie.............................................. 1974 Bradley, Linda....................................... 1973, 1974 Brune, Katherine............... 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Burke, Susan.................................................. 1976 Burns, Jill......................... 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Burr, Penny.......................................... 1973, 1974 CCC Campbell, Amanda............. 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Cannon, Ellen.................................................. 1973 Carbonara, Jennifer......................................... 1995 Carnall, Samantha............. 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Chidoni, Angela..................................... 1983, 1984 Clayton, Dorothy............................................. 1985 Conine, Kathy................................................. 1974 Cowley, Sarah................................................. 1992 DDD deGraffenreid, Jamie............................. 2003, 2004 Dellatorre, Ingrid.............. 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Dencker, Rachel........................... 1996, 1997, 1998 Deo, Darlene......................................... 1982, 1983 Derrer, Elaine........................................ 1973, 1974 DeVita, Casey................................................. 1989 Doran, Megan............................. 2008, 2009, 2010 EEE ............................................................................. FFF Fenimore, Courtney............................... 2007, 2012 Finnegan, Tara.................. 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 GGG Getty, Krista......................................... 1992, 1993 Giese, Elly........................ 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Gilbert, Leslie................... 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 Gilson, Chris................................................... 1973 Gibson, Kathleen............................................. 1978 Gray, Linda....................... 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Greenstein, Karen............. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Gruber, Jo Jo.................................................. 2008 Guerin, Tracy.................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Gupko, Amy.......................................... 1991, 1992

HHH Haideri, Sherry........................... 1988, 1989, 1990 Hall, Mindy................................. 1982, 1983, 1984 Hallett, Diane................................................. 1974 Halstrom, Amanda............ 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Handwerk, Betsy............................................ 1977 Harrington, Christina............................. 2012, 2013 Heath, Katie................................................... 2002 Heim, Olivia................................ 2011, 2012, 2013 Heim, Vickie................................................... 1974 Hertel, Susan........................................ 1980, 1982 Hindman, Nancy.................................... 1981, 1982 Hoganson, Jane..................................... 1974, 1975 Honig, Laura......................................... 2006, 2007 Houghton, Mylene................................. 1982, 1983 Howett, Sharon................ 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Hufnal, Devin.................................................. 2000 III Iannelli, Kate.................................................. 2005 Irvin, Christine.................. 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 JJJ Jonjic’, Danea................................................. 2013 KKK Kamen, Erin...................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Knox, Christine........................... 2000, 2001, 2002 Kobza, Kerrie.................................................. 1978 Kratz, Jane....................... 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Kratzer, Julia.................... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Kressman, Nancy............................................ 1986 LLL LaHoda, Maryellen............ 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Lai, Carmen.................................................... 2013 LeRoy, Laura..................... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Lichok, Cynthia................................................ 1984 Lipka, Amy....................... 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 MMM Matlock, Jenny............................................... 1973 May, Sherri .................................................... 1973 McCarron, Laura................ 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 McCarthy, Lori...................................... 1993, 1994 McCormick, Beth............................................. 1977 McNelis, Ann.................................................. 1973 Milla, Kimberly..................................... 2012, 2013 Miller, Katie................................ 2002, 2003, 2004 Monkhouse, Emma.......................................... 1993 Moore, Mary........................................ 1979, 1980 Morro, Gina.................................................... 1991 Mueller, Kristen.......................... 2006, 2007, 2008 Musolino, Jenna.............................................. 2002 NNN Naumova, Nataliya......................................... 2013 Nidzgorski, Joyce.............. 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Nidzgorski, Susan....................... 1978, 1979, 1981 OOO Overbaugh, Julie............................................. 1975 PPP Palladino, Margaret..................1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Parsons, April.....................................1983, 1984, 1985

Perlow, Liz...............................2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Petrich, Ivana...........................2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Pilipczuk, Cynthia................................1995, 1996, 1997 Pollack, Susan...........................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Principe, Beth......................................2001, 2002, 2003 Pucci, Pat................................................................. 1973 Pyeritz, Abbie.......................................................... 2005 QQQ Quittman, Jessica............................................ 2000 RRR Renfrew, Carol.................. 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Riddle, Stephanie........................ 2002, 2003, 2004 Ripoll, Montse...................................... 2009, 2010 Rothe, Lauren................................................. 2004 Rose, Katie..................................................... 2003 Ruhf, Marilyn....................................... 1973, 1974 SSS Safron, Dorothy.......................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Satterthwaite, Kathy...................................... 1974 Schiller, Julie............................... 2004, 2005, 2006 Schreiner, Wendy............................................ 1994 Shapiro, Julia.................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Shuster, Sari..................... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Siaweleski, Joyce............................................ 1975 Singer, Marissa..................................... 2003, 2004 Sjoberg-Sundstrom, Sophie................... 2011, 2012 Smith, Caroline............................................... 1996 Smith, Heather................................................ 1974 Smith, Kate.................................................... 1973 Starkey, Joyce................................................ 1973 Stavis, Emily................................................... 1982 Street, Martine................. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Sullivan, Leigh................................................ 1974 Swensson, Lise............................................... 1973 Swikart, Mary Anne.................... 1979, 1980, 1981 TTT Talati, Anisha........................................ 2000, 2001 Tice, Deborah.................................................. 1976 Toole, Laura.................................................... 1982 Trevorrow, Jill................................................ 1973 UUU Ulsamer, Dana................................................ 1978 VVV Viguers, Carol Ann................................ 1979, 1980 WWW Wall, Danielle................................................. 2000 Wasniewski, Kristin.................... 1997, 1998, 1999 Weinstein, Beth.............................................. 1983 Wilkes, Jessica................. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Wolfenden, Mary.............. 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Wolff, Diane................................................... 1974 YYY Yelland, Ann......................................... 1984, 1986 ZZZ Zusi, Megan..................... 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995

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