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IN THE SPOTLIGHT Choosing to become a Mountaineer is special. ยก

Without a professional sports team in the state, folks across the state and throughout the region love West Virginia University athletics.

No school helps its student-athletes more than the ยก people at WVU.

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represent themselves, their teammates and their university to news media, alumni, friends, family and the general public.

If you take advantage of these opportunities, it can ยก have a positive effect, not only on your career as a student-athlete at West Virginia, but also on your life after you have donned the Old Gold and Blue.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE ¡ Representing West Virginia University, the city of Morgantown and

the state of West Virginia in a charitable manner is important to the WVU women’s tennis team.

¡ Besides training and studying everyday as part of their studentathlete duties, the Mountaineers are always ready and willing to give back to those that make Morgantown a kind-hearted and good-natured community.

¡ The tennis team is constantly involved in community service

activities throughout the state. The team has a continuing relationship with Habitat for Humanity and the United State Tennis Association (USTA), which makes the team aware of any volunteer openings in the area.

¡ Winning and working hard are important to the WVU tennis team.

Becoming successful and positive role models on and off the court are just as significant. The Mountaineers give back to Morgantown and its surrounding communities every chance they get. WVUsports.com //

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FACILITIES MOUNTAINEER TENNIS COURTS West Virginia’s Mountaineer Tennis Courts boast six rebound-ace hard courts and grandstand seating for more than 500 spectators. The facility is located in campus, adjacent to the WVU Coliseum, providing ample parking and easy access for players and fans alike. The courts were fully-lighted as part of the West Virginia’s new Basketball Practice Facility project. The courts were resurfaced in 2012, making the Mountaineer Tennis Courts one of the top tennis facilities in the Big 12 Conference.

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mountaineer tennis RIDGEVIEW RACQUET CLUB The Ridgeview Racquet Club offers a place for the Mountaineer women’s tennis team to compete during inclement weather, and even holds practices and matches for West Virginia. Ridgeview features four indoor championship cushioned Deco Turf System courts, a climate-controlled environment with lighting at a competitive level for full sun protection from UV rays and spectator viewing areas to watch and enjoy the competitive play.

West Virginia is committed to building the finest facilities in the nation for its student-athletes.

Ridgeview also offers five outdoor lighted Hartru clay courts. In addition, the spacious Club House offers fully privately men’s and women’s locker rooms, a luxurious lobby and Player’s Lounge on a big screen TV. Members can play, relax and socialize in a pleasant quiet environment. At Ridgeview, the West Virginia tennis team has priority at designated times and will be accommodated for indoor play in the event of inclement weather, making it no longer necessary to travel 80 miles to Monroeville, Pa., for an indoor place of competition. There is also a full service pro shop and full instructional services by professional coaching and teaching instructors.

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Athletic excellence and strength and conditioning go hand¡

in-hand at West Virginia University. WVU’s strength and conditioning staff ensures all student-athletes are on yearlong programs designed to continue improving the fitness capabilities needed in their sports.

To keep athletes improving and in peak physical condition, ¡

West Virginia offers a variety of training areas and an array of strength programs designed to increase performance. All student-athletes will also have their own program individually calculated and updated throughout the year. At West Virginia, student-athletes can rest assured that their strength staff is monitoring their performance on a daily basis.

Equipped with excellent amenities and staffed by some of the ¡

finest strength coaches in the nation, athletes who come to West Virginia know that they are in good hands when it comes to their athletic capacity.

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All student-athletes will also have their own program individually calculated and updated throughout the year. WVUsports.com //

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BIG 12 CONFERENCE The Big 12 Conference, comprised of 10 members, ¡

remains the only major conference in the nation to determine its champions in all sports directly on the field of play with a full round-robin schedule.

Since beginning of competition in 1996-97, the Big 12 can ¡ boast 52 NCAA team titles and 537 individual national championships.

Member universities will include – Baylor, Iowa State, ¡

Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech and West Virginia.

The conference office is headquartered in Irving, Texas. ¡

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The Big 12 is a strong conference that, like WVU, values quality academic and athletic programs, and has a great tradition of success.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING The West Virginia athletic training program looks to get its ยก

student-athletes back on the field in a timely manner while providing quality health care for its student-athletes and coaches.

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various domains, which include injury recognition, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, education and counseling that will enable the athlete to maintain optimal quality of life beyond the span of athletic competition.

Multiple athletic training rooms are available for studentยก

athlete furnished with the latest technology and equipment.

The athletic training staff will work in conjunction with the ยก

team physicians and athletic administration to assure the student-athletes receive quality care throughout their career at WVU.

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in 2012-13, the wvu women's tennis team posted a perfected graduate succes rate (GSR) score of 100.

STUDENT-ATHLETE SUPPORT

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mountaineer tennis West Virginia University offers a variety of ¡

services and programs to help studentathletes maximize their academic potential. Department staff members work with coaches, on campus student service providers and faculty to help student-athletes meet the unique demands of the classroom, the sporting arena and the personal-social challenges they face as developing adults.

While many of the headlines center on the ¡

Mountaineers’ accomplishments on the playing field, West Virginia athletes have also made some noteworthy strides in the classroom. Some of those strides include a string of 10 consecutive years where the department has had at least one first team Academic All-American.

The Mountaineers are provided

with an academic adviser who devotes their time to ensuring student-athletes are provided with any assistance necessary to ensure academic success.

To help its student athletes achieve ¡

academic success, one of the nation’s finest facilities resides in the WVU Coliseum – The Athletic Academic Performance Center. The 8,000-square foot facility provides individual and group study areas, a plethora of computer stations and the latest in fingerprint technology used when signing in.

A total of 340 student-athletes were ¡

recognized for their achievement in the classroom last spring, at the annual WVU Student-Athlete Academic Excellence Banquet, honoring recipients of the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll. Implemented in 1989, the Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll was created to recognize students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Since the program began in 1989, nearly 4,000 student-athletes have earned a place on the honor roll. Ford retired in 2011 after 44 years of service with the WVU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE SUPPORT

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mountaineer tennis West Virginia University’s graduation rate for student-athletes has been impressive, to say the least, ¡ over the past eight years. The ratio of student-athletes graduating to the general student body has increased almost every year.

The West Virginia University women’s cross country team, men’s basketball team and women’s soccer ¡ team received public recognition in the spring of 2010 by the NCAA for their latest multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. These teams posted multiyear APRs in the top 10 percent of all squads in each sport.

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) provides a forum for the "voice of the student-athlete" ¡ on WVU's campus. SAAC membership provides feedback to administration about how to better WVU athletic programs. They offer input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect student-athletes' lives on NCAA member institution campuses.

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CAMPUS LIFE Character

Governance

Public, land-grant institution, founded in 1867.

The WVU Board of Governors is the governing body of WVU. The Higher Education Policy Commission in West Virginia is responsible for developing, establishing, and overseeing the implementation of a public policy agenda for the state’s four-year colleges and universities.

Research Classification Research University (High Research Activity) as classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Research Funding In fiscal year 2011, WVU researchers were awarded $173,874,105 in total sponsored projects.

Combined WVU Expense Budget Approximately $917 million (2013).

Accreditations North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and dozens of specialized academic accrediting agencies.

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Location Morgantown, W.Va., population 30,293, rated “No. 1 Small City in America” by BizJournals.com for its exceptional quality of life. Within easy traveling distance of Washington, D.C., to the east, Pittsburgh, Pa., to the north, and Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, to the northwest. Other recent rankings: One of “Best Sports Cities” by Sporting News; 5th “Best Small Metro” by Forbes; 12th overall “Hottest Small City by Inc.; one of “50 Smartest Places to Live” by Kiplinger’s; one of the “Best Cities for Jobs” by MSN Careers; one of the 50 best places to launch a small business by CNNMoney.com; and the second-ranking “Best College Town for Jobs” by Forbes.

mountaineer tennis Student Profile Fall 2013 enrollment, on WVU campuses statewide, was 32,348.

Academic Excellence WVU ranks nationally for prestigious scholarships—24 Rhodes Scholars, 22 Truman Scholars, 36 Goldwater Scholars, two British Marshall Scholars, two Morris K. Udall Scholars, five USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team Members (and 11 academic team honorees), nine Boren Scholars, five Gilman Scholars, 36 Fulbright Scholars, and one Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholar.

Academics 14 colleges and schools offering 184 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional degree programs in agriculture, natural resources, and design; arts and sciences; business and economics; creative arts; dentistry; education and human services; engineering and mineral resources; journalism; law; medicine; nursing; pharmacy; physical activity and sport sciences; public health; plus the WVU Honors College, University College, and programs at Potomac State College and WVU Institute of Technology. wvu.edu/Academics/

Student Living Experience

Degrees Granted In 2011-2012, WVU awarded 6,447 degrees; 2,243 were graduate or professional.

Faculty and Staff Profile Excellent faculty—16 of whom have been named Carnegie Foundation Professors of the Year—guide and mentor students.

The First-Year Experience—unique among state universities—helps students navigate their first year at WVU. Elements include residential colleges and Adventure West Virginia, an outdoor freshman orientation program. All WVU students benefit from a vibrant array of student life programs, including a Festival of Ideas lecture series, bringing the world’s top minds to campus to share their experiences and knowledge; WVUp All Night, a weekend package of safe, fun, and healthy activities; an awardwinning Student Recreation Center; and a Mountaineer Parents Club, helping families stay connected with their students’ education and life at WVU. apply.wvu.edu/life

¡ instructional faculty: 2,331 ¡ graduate assistants: 1,804 ¡ staff: 3,560 ¡ total employees: 8,426

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CAMPUS LIFE Freshman Class Profile

Average ACT of 23.6, SAT (math and critical reading) 1045, and high school GPA of 3.36.

Transportation

University buses operate free on a year-round basis as does the Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system—a computer-directed system that glides along 8.7 miles of guideway between Downtown, Evansdale, and Health Sciences Center campuses. In addition, Morgantown’s expanded MountainLine bus service offers free rides to students and employees. WVU ID is required for all services. transportation.wvu.edu/services

Safety

WVU has one of the safest college campuses in America, with 24-hour police protection and 37 outdoor emergency phones. The WVU Alert system sends urgent news to participants’ cell phones, and digital InfoStations across campus show important announcements.

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Students can choose from more than 350 student organizations, and participate in an active intramural program and many club sports. sos.wvu.edu

Study Abroad

More than 800 students participate in University-led study abroad programs and international exchanges. internationalprograms.wvu.edu/

WVU Online/Extended Campus

Hundreds of distance education classes are available. elearn.wvu.edu/

Civic Engagement

The Center for Civic Engagement develops and organizes service learning and volunteer opportunities for students and faculty and consults with academic units on incorporating civic engagement into the curriculum. In 2011, WVU students contributed 205,000 hours of service to the community. WVU has earned the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification, putting WVU in the 6% of higher education institutions that Carnegie recognizes for engagement. It is the only institution in West Virginia the foundation recognizes for its community engagement. cce.wvu.edu

Scholarships and Aid

Approximately $10 million a year is awarded by the WVU Scholars Program; more than 5,000 students benefit from this program annually. In addition, there are many different types of scholarships available based on academic record, financial need, group affiliation, or some combination of these factors. In 2012, WVU students received over $380 million in financial aid—average aid per recipient is $9,800. West Virginia residents may be eligible for the PROMISE scholarship. promisescholarships.org/promise/ home.aspx

National Register of Historic Places, and WVU operates eight experimental farms and four forests throughout the state, in addition to WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Camp and Lifelong Learning Center near Weston. jacksonsmill.ext.wvu.edu/

Honors College

Libraries

The WVU Honors College encourages a style of learning and living at WVU that is tailored to the highly motivated, excelling student’s special requirements. Innovative, challenging courses, designed to stimulate creativity and to provoke in-depth discussion, are offered in small class settings. Students may participate as Presidential Honors Scholars or Dean’s Honors Scholars; both options provide enhanced experiences. /honors.wvu.edu/

Parents Club

The Mountaineer Parents Club, with more than 22,000 members in clubs across the state and nation, fosters success by connecting parents and family members with the student experience. The organization sponsors events on and off-campus, has a newsletter, a toll-free helpline (1-800-WVU-0096), parent electronic news, and a Parent Perk program. Membership is free. parentsclub.wvu.edu

Faclities

WVU’s mix of historic and modern facilities includes 430 buildings on 1,456 acres. Eleven main campus buildings are located on the

Five library facilities—Downtown Library Complex, Evansdale Library, Health Sciences Library, Law Library, and Libraries Depository—contain nearly 2.1 million volumes, 246 electronic databases, and more than 48,000 journal subscriptions, with access to 36 million volumes through a book-sharing consortium. Library staff offer in-person and online assistance. libraries.wvu.edu

Visitors Center

Located on the Morgantown Waterfront, the Visitors Center features unique, cutting-edge displays and traditional West Virginia hospitality. Operating hours: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Saturday (closed Sundays and most University holidays). Guided tours with friendly knowledgeable student guides Monday-Friday at 9:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., except home football Saturdays. Phone: 304-293-3489. visit.wvu.edu

Alumni

Chartered in 1873, the WVU Alumni Association is made up of more than 185,000 graduates worldwide in some 60 foreign nations. alumni.wvu.edu

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MOUNTAINEER EXCELLENCE Team Records Baseball: 33-26, 13-11 Big 12 Cross Country: Fourth at Big 12 Championships; Fifth at MidAtlantic Regionals; One NCAA Qualifier Men’s Basketball: 13-19, 6-12 Big 12 Women’s Basketball: 17-14, 9-9 Big 12; NCAA First Round Football: 7-6, 4-5 Big 12; 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl Gymnastics: 13-9, 1-3 Big 12; NCAA Regionals Rowing: Fourth at Big 12; Sixth at Conference USA Championship Men’s Soccer: 9-6-2, 4-2-1 MAC 20

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Women’s Soccer: 11-5-4, 7-0-1 Big 12; Big 12 Regular-Season Champions, NCAA First Round Men’s Swimming and Diving: Third at Big 12 Women’s Swimming and Diving: Second at Big 12; Two NCAA Qualifiers Rifle: 11-1, 5-1 GARC; GARC Champions; NCAA Champions Women’s Tennis: 4-17, 0-9 Big 12 Women’s Track: Indoor-10th Big 12; One NCAA Qualifier; OutdoorEighth Big 12; 9 NCAA Qualifiers Volleyball: 8-22, 0-16 Big 12 Wrestling: 2-13, 0-6 Big 12; One NCAA Qualifier

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WVU Student-Athletes were named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll, including 239 last fall

First Team Academic All-Conference Selections

NCAA Champions

Rifle Team Petra Zublasing, rifle; smallbore & air rifle

Team Conference Champions

Women’s Soccer, Big 12 RegularSeason Champions

First Team All-Conference Tavon Austin, football

Stedman Bailey, football Sarah-Anne Brault, cross country Christal Caldwell, women’s basketball Jaida Lawrence, gymnastics Bry McCarthy, women’s soccer

Rifle, GARC Postseason Champions

Stormy Nesbit, women’s track (indoor, outdoor)

First Team All-Americans

Maren Prediger, rifle (air rifle)

Tavon Austin, football

Bri Rodriguez, women’s soccer

Stedman Bailey, football

Eric Schoenle, men’s soccer

Taylor Ciotola, rifle

Courtney Schrand, rowing

Meelis Kiisk, rifle

Kate Schwindel, women’s soccer

Mandie Nugent, swimming & diving

Garrett Spurgeon, rifle (smallbore, combined score)

Maren Prediger, rifle Garrett Spurgeon, rifle Kelly Williams, track

Petra Zublasing, rifle (air rifle, smallbore, combined score)

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MOUNTAINEER EXCELLENCE The 2013-14 tennis team is comprised of seven student-athletes, six of whom are bilingual, representing seven different countries. . Conference Major Awards

Coaching Awards

Rachael Burnett, women’s swimming, Big 12 Most Outstanding Women’s Swimmer

Bill Bedenbaugh, football, 247Sports Top Recruiting Coaches for 2013 Class

Tavon Austin, football, Big 12 CoSpecial Teams Player of the Year

Elizabeth Kantak, rowing, Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Bry McCarthy, women’s soccer, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Garrett Spurgeon, rifle, GARC Rookie of the Year Petra Zublasing, rifle, GARC Shooter and Senior Shooter of the Year

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Nikki Izzo-Brown, women’s soccer, Big 12 Coach of the Year

National Awards

Tavon Austin, football, College Football Performance Awards: AllPurpose Performer of the Year, 2012 Paul Hornung Award Winner, 2012 Jet Return Specialist Award Harrison Musgrave, baseball, College Baseball Hall of Fame Pitcher of the Year Finalist Geno Smith, football, Elite Quarterback Award, College Football Performance Awards

Jon Hammond, rifle, CRCA Coach of the Year

Academic Team Awards

Women’s Soccer, NSCAA Team Academic Award Men’s Soccer, NSCAA Team Academic Award Women’s Swimming, CSCAA Team Academic Award

Coaches

Coaches Head Coach Miha Lisac..............Pg 24 Asst. Lauren Holzberg.................Pg 25 Support Staff .................................Pg 26

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Coaches

Miha Lisac Head Coach First Season Georgia State (‘05) With extensive experience in the tennis arena as a player and coach at the collegiate level, Miha Lisac (MEE-ha LEE-sots) was named West Virginia University’s sixth women’s tennis head coach in August of 2013. Lisac is a former student-athlete and men’s assistant coach at Georgia State, who finished his sixth season as head coach of the women’s tennis program at his alma mater following the 2012-13 season. Lisac, the 2009 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Coach of the Year, took over the head coaching position in the summer of 2007 after serving as the men’s assistant coach from 2005-07. In six seasons at the helm, Lisac led the women’s tennis program to one conference title, a berth in the Sun Belt Conference Championship Finals, back-to-back CAA Championship finals appearances and two other berths in the CAA Championship semifinals. His overall record is 55-38 as a head coach, with the highlight of his tenure in 2009 when he guided Georgia State to its first NCAA appearance in program history and was named the CAA Coach of the Year in only his second season at the helm.

8-2 mark on the road. In Lisac’s third season as head coach, the team reached the semifinal round of the CAA tournament for the third straight year while producing two All-CAA athletes in Diana Nakic (first team singles, second team doubles) and Linda Hricistova (second team doubles). Nakic was named CAA Co-Player of the Year after a season in which she went a perfect 17-0 in singles in dual match play, and she was selected for the NCAA Singles Championship. In 2009, Lisac presided over one of the most successful women’s tennis campaigns in Georgia State history as the Panthers captured their first conference title to reach the NCAA Championships for the first time ever. GSU posted an 11-5 record and finished the year with a national ranking of No. 47. For his efforts, Lisac was honored as CAA Coach of the Year. In his head coaching debut in 2007-08, Lisac led the Panthers to an 11-9 dual match record and a berth in the semifinals of the CAA tournament. Three Panthers earned all-CAA honors in Dariana Kozmina, Martina Nitkova and Katerina Gresova.

At Georgia State Lisac’s final season with Georgia State was a benchmark year for the program as Abigail Tere-Apisah became the school’s first-ever tennis All-American after advancing to the Round of 16 at the NCAA Singles Championship. Tere-Apisah also took home CAA Player of the Year and Most Outstanding Performer honors. Whitney Byrd and Maryna Kozachenko became just the second pair in Lisac’s tenure to earn All-CAA First Team Doubles honors. The team advanced to its second-straight CAA finals and earned its highest ITA Ranking in school history (No. 38 on Feb. 25, 2012). The team finished the season ranked in the ITA National Team Rankings for a third consecutive year after defeating three nationally-ranked opponents. In 2010-11, the Panthers achieved a No. 55 ranking to finish the season, earning a spot at the national indoor tournament in the spring. The tournament takes the top 64 teams in the nation. GSU enjoyed an outstanding season, advancing to the CAA Championship finals and earning a 15-4 overall record, including an

Academic Success Lisac’s team posted the highest GPA among all GSU teams on several occasions,

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recording its highest GPA of 3.72 in the fall of 2007, including multiple Panthers named to the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award list. Podgorsek was also named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team in 2008, while Nitkova was honored as the 2009 CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women’s tennis. Prior to Head Coach Before moving to the head coaching position, Lisac worked under Nick Brochu, former head coach for the men’s tennis squad, for two seasons. In 2007, Lisac helped guide the men’s tennis team to its first league title as a member of the CAA and an NCAA berth. That year, Martin Steigwardt became the first Panther in history to compete in the NCAA Singles Championship. The 2007 squad set the school record for dual match victories with a 19-5 mark and ended the season ranked No. 36 in the country. Personal Lisac was born and raised in Velenje in the European nation of Slovenia, where he was ranked among the country’s top 10 juniors. A 2005 graduate of Georgia State, Lisac lettered four years for the Panthers and was a two-time All-Atlantic Sun Conference selection and a four-time recipient of conference academic honors.

Coaches

Lauren Holzberg Assistant Coach First Season Penn State (2009)

Holzberg comes to WVU after spending one season as the head women’s tennis coach at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, N.Y. She guided the Knights to an undefeated conference season, and a Skyline Conference championship. On the way to a NCAA Tournament berth, several players under Holzberg garnered player and rookie of the week honors. Before becoming a head coach, Holzberg spent three seasons as an assistant at the University of Albany. With Holzberg on staff, the Great Danes were two-time America East Conference consolation winners, and received both a singles and doubles America East Allconference selection, only the fourth time in program history having a player named to the all-conference team. Holzberg’s first assistant coach position came at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Mass. In 2009-10, the Blue won 12 matches and finished ranked No. 16 in the NCAA Division III rankings. Holzberg was an active part of coaching the 2009 NEWMAC Athlete of the Year.

“We are excited to have Lauren on board as our assistant coach,” says Lisac. “Lauren has played at a high level herself, and has extensive coaching experience prior to joining our program. I believe she will help us take steps forward in building the program.” As a player, Holzberg won a team-best 18 singles matches as a freshman at Penn State, and finished the season ranked No. 75 in the NCAA. Over her four years with the Nittany Lions, Holzberg played in singles positions 1-5, and doubles. She tallied over 30 invitational singles victories, and was a member of both the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) AllAcademic Team and the Academic All-Big Ten team. Holzberg graduated from Penn State in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology. She earned a Master’s of Science in educational administration and policy studies from the University of Albany in 2012.

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Coaches Support Staff

Brian Whiting

Chris Worrell

Strength Coach

Athletic Trainer

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Rachel Reed

Jessica Delaney

Athletic Trainer Graduate Assistant

Educational Counselor

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Bubba Schmidt

Cindy Smith

Equipment Manager

Administrative Assistant

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Jonathan Hevron

Dr. Matt Lively Medical Director

Sports Communications Graduate Assistant

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2013-14 Roster 2013-14 Roster 2013 ROSTER Name Sophie Allen-Fisher Hailey Barrett Ikttesh Chahal Oana Manole Kaja Mrgole Irinka Toidze Vivian Tsui

Yr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

Ht. RH RH RH RH RH RH RH

Hometown High School / Last School Perth, Australia Lansing, Mich. Chandigarh, India Andover, Great Britain Jesenice, Slovenia Tbilisi, Georgia British Columbia, Canada

Presbyterian Ladies College Grand Ledge Carmel Convent Peter Symonds Sixth Form Gimnazija Franceta Prešerna Jejili Archbishop Carney Regional

Head Coach: Miha Lisac (First season) Assistant Coach: Lauren Holzberg (First season)

.......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... BY STATE/COUNTRY Australia 1 Canada 1 Georgia 1 Great Britain 1 India 1 Michigan 1 Slovenia 1 BY CLASS

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE First Name Last Name Ikttesh Chahal Ick-taysh Shel-al Irinka Toidze Eye-rink-uh Toyed-zE Kaja Mrgole KAI-yah MUR-goal-ay Oana Manole O-on-Nah Ma-Nol Vivian Tsui Sue Miha Lisac MEE-ah LEE-sots

Freshmen 3 Sophomores 3 Juniors 1 Seniors 0

Sophie Allen-Fisher, Oana Manole, Kaja Mrgole (Left to Right)

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Mountaineer Profiles

Hailey Barrett 5-11 Sophomore Right-Handed Lansing, Mich.

........................................................... ........................................................... in the country • Advanced to the finals of the Michigan state tennis tournament as a sophomore • As a freshman, advanced to the semifinal round of the Michigan state tennis tournament • Played in the final round of the Midwest Open At West Virginia (2012-13) • Tied for the team lead with seven singles victories • Collected a total of 14 combined victories • Played primarily at the No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles spots, also saw action at No.1 and No. 3 singles • Scored a doubles win against then-No. 19 Breaunna Addison and Noel Scott of Texas • Tallied six singles wins during the fall season • Placed third in Flight C Singles at the Wake Forest Invitational Prep • Attended Grand Ledge High • Coached by Mike Richey, who attended Saginaw Valley State • Michigan “Miss Tennis” in 2012 • Earned all-state honors all four years • Ranked the 119th-best player in the country, the 13th-best in the Midwest and fourth-best player in the state of Michigan by TennisRecruting.net • Held an IMG Academy RPI of No. 124

Personal • Daughter of Mark and Kristin • Has one brother • Birthday is December 14 • Majoring in sport management • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

........................................................... ........................................................... Barrett’s Career Statistics Year Singles Double 2012 (Fall) 6-6 3-4 2013 (Spring) 7-13 7-14 Totals 13-19 10-18

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Mountaineer Profiles

Ikttesh Chahal 5-6 Junior Right-Handed Chandigarh, India

........................................................... ........................................................... • Closed out the season winning her final four singles matches and seven of last nine

At West Virginia (2012-13) • Compiled a 13-28 record during the spring season • Played primarily at No. 3 singles and No. 1 doubles spots, also saw action at No. 2 singles • Recorded two doubles victories with partner Hailey Barrett in Big 12 Conference play • Scored a doubles win against then-No. 19 Breaunna Addison and Noel Scott of Texas • Recorded six singles wins during the spring season • Notched seven wins during the fall tournament season At West Virginia (2011-12) • Finished the spring season with a 16- 24 combined record • Posted a 9-11 record in singles play and a 7-13 mark in doubles play • Began the season in the No. 3 singles spot, but found most success at No. 4 position with a 7-2 record • Was second on the team in singles wins (9)

Prep • Team captain at Carmel Convent High and played the No.1 singles position • Reached a career high ITF Junior World ranking of No. 559 in addition to a U-18 national ranking of No. 19, a women’s national singles ranking of No. 48 and a women’s national doubles ranking of No. 31 • Won the Grade 4 Hyderabad ITF Junior Doubles tournament held in Hyderabad, India • Graduated in the top 20 of her class • Also participated in soccer and swimming • Won a gold medal three times in the School National Games (2007, 2008 and 2010) Personal • Daughter of Raj Birinder Singh and Sukhraj Chahal • Birthday is June 26

• One of two children • Majoring in biology • Big East Academic All-Star • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

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Total 3-21 16-24 7-10 13-28 39-83

Mountaineer Profiles

Irinka Toidze 5-6 Sophomore Right-Handed Tbsilisi, Georgia

........................................................... ........................................................... Toidze’s Career Statistics Year Singles Doubles 2012 (Fall) 1-6 4-5 2013 (Spring) 3-16 3-13 Totals 4-22 7-18

Total 5-11 6-29 11-40

........................................................... ........................................................... At West Virginia (2012-13) • Recorded six combined victories during the spring season • Played primarily at the No. 6 singles and the No. 3 doubles position, also saw action at the No. 5 singles spot • Strung together winning streaks of three matches in singles and doubles play from March 3-12 • Collected five victories during the fall tournament season

Personal • Daughter of Tengiz Toidze and Irma Tchokhonelidze • Has one sister • Birthday is August 2 • Majoring in psychology • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Prep • Attended Jejili • Coached by Marine Malatsidze • Held a top-five ranking in the Republic of Georgia in the U-12, U-14, U-16 and U-18 classes • Ranked as highly as No. 75 as an U-14 player in Europe and a top-150 player in Europe as an U-16 player • Graduated with the highest possible honors

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Vivian Tsui

5-9 Sophomore Right-Handed British Columbia, Canada

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Tsui’s Career Statistics Year Singles Doubles 2012 (Fall) 6-5 4-5 2013 (Spring) 7-13 4-15 Totals 13-18 8-20

Total 10-10 11-28 21-38

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At West Virginia (2012-13) • Tallied 11 combined victories during the spring season • Tied for the team lead with seven victories • Played primarily at the No. 5 singles and No. 3 doubles positions, also saw action at No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles • Notched 10 victories during the fall tournament season

Personal • Daughter of Richard Tsui and Shirley Chang • Birthday is June 27 • Majoring in biology • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll

Prep • Attended Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary • Rated the 10th-best player in Canada • Held a junior ranking of No. 1 in both 15-16 and 17-18 age groups • Competed in the finals of the BC Provincials in both singles and doubles • Named team’s most valuable player • Maintained a 4.0 GPA and was ranked in the top five of her class • Selected for British Columbia Pacific Cup in 2008 32 | West Virginia University

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Sophie Allen-Fisher 5-6 Freshman Right-Handed Perth Australia Prep • Attended Presbyterian Ladies College • Ranked no. 111 overall in Australia, No. 11 in Western Australia • Was finalist in singles play at the 2012 Western Australian State Hard Court Championships • Competed as a finalist in doubles play at the 2012 Western Australian State Autumn & Winter Opens and a finalist in doubles play at the 2013 Victoria Tennis Championships • Won the 2009 under 14 national doubles title

Personal • Daughter of James Fisher and Elizabeth Allen-Fisher • Birthday is June 23 • Majoring in economics

Oana Manole 5-6 Freshman Right-Handed Andover, Great Britain

Prep • Attended Peter Symonds Sixth Form • Held a ranking of No. 67 in the United Kingdom in the girl’s 18 & under division and a ranking of No. 126 in the United Kingdom Open Division • Recorded victories over four opponents that are ranked in the top 25 of the United Kingdom • Was the winner of five tournaments in singles play, including the 2011 Windsor Junior Open and the Natwest Junior Open

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Personal • Daughter of Cris and Corina Manole • Has one sister • Birthday is December 2 • Majoring in biology

Mountaineer Profiles

Kaja Mrgole

5-6 Sophomore Right-Handed Tbsilisi, Georgia

Prep • Attended Gimnazija Franceta Prešerna • Ranked No. 17 overall in the Slovenian Open Division and the fifth-best player in the Slovenian 18 & under division • Was a semifinalist in the girl’s national indoors championship, • Competed as a finalist in outdoor doubles for 18 & under and semifinalist in indoor doubles for 18 & under

Personal • Daughter of Borut and Jozica Mrgole • Has one brother and one sister • Birthday is March 2 • Majoring in exercise physiology

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2013-14 Preview Preview ............................................Pg 36 Schedule .........................................Pg 37 Quick Facts .....................................Pg 38

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was named the CAA Coach of the Year in only his second season at the helm.

Junior Ikttesh Chahal Roster Diversity Seven different countries are represented over the seven-strong Mountaineer roster. Sophomore Hailey Barrett, native of Lansing, Mich., is the lone American for Old Gold and the Blue. The remaining six hail from Australia, Canada, Georgia, Great Britain, India and Slovenia. Under New Guidance With extensive experience in the tennis arena as a player and coach at the collegiate level, Miha Lisac was named West Virginia University’s sixth women’s tennis head coach in August of 2013. In six seasons at the helm at Georgia State, Lisac led the women’s tennis program to one conference title, a berth in the Sun Belt Conference Championship Finals, back-to-back CAA Championship finals appearances and two other berths in the CAA Championship semifinals. His overall record is 55-38 as a head coach, with the highlight of his tenure in 2009 when he guided Georgia State to its first NCAA appearance in program history, and

Dynamite Duo Sophomore Hailey Barrett and junior Ikttesh Chahal return from the 2013 season as the No. 1 doubles team for WVU. Last spring, the duo went 7-14 and competed in more matches than any other tandem. Barrett and Chahal spent the entire season as playing partners, and competed as the top pairing throughout the year. The Tremendous Three Sophie Allen-Fisher joins the Mountaineers as the No. 11 overall tennis player in Western Australia, No. 3 for her age. In 2009, AllenFisher claimed the under-14 national doubles title. Kaja Mrgole comes to Morgantown as the No. 17 overall player in the Slovenian open division, and No. 5 player in the under-18 division. Oana Manole, native of Great Britain, will put on the Old Gold and Blue as the No. 67 ranked player in the United Kingdom in the under-18 division, and holds the ranking of No. 126 in the U.K. open division. Room to Grow WVU enters the 2013-14 season with one of the youngest teams in the Big 12. With the graduation of Audrey Wooland and Emily Mathis, junior Ikttesh Chahal becomes the lone upper classman on the Mountaineer roster. Three sophomores return to the court this season to join the three incoming freshmen.

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Looking to Bounce Back WVU looks to rebound after last season’s 4-17 performance and record the program’s first Big 12 win as a member of the conference. The Mountaineers graduated their No. 1 singles player, but sophomore Hailey Barrett looks to build off of her 14-win total from a year ago and step into the role. Junior Ikttesh Chahal joins Barrett on the court for doubles, and is the lead candidate to move into the No. 2 singles slot after a 6-11 season at No. 3. Big 12 Opponents The Mountaineers will enter their second season of competition in the Big 12. In the spring of 2013, Texas, Texas Tech and Baylor finished in the top 20. In addition to national rankings, six schools represented the conference in the NCAA Tournament in Urbana, Ill. Five of the six teams won their opening-round matches, with only Oklahoma falling in the first round. Singles Outlook With the graduation of Audrey Wooland, sophomore Hailey Barrett will step into the

Sophomore Hailey Barrett

2013-14 Preview Mountaineers’ No. 1 singles position. Barrett competed in two matches last season in the one-spot, but competed the majority of the season as the No. 2 singles player. Junior Ikttesh Chahal will be pushing Barrett as the No. 2 singles, after winning six matches in the third position. Returning sophomores Irinka Toidze and Vivian Tsui will

compete with the three incoming freshmen to fill out the rest of the WVU lineup. Doubles Outlook WVU returns its top doubles team from last season in sophomore Hailey Barrett and junior Ikttesh Chahal. The duo recorded seven wins in the top-spot. Sophomores Irinka

Toidze and Vivian Tsui are the lead candidates to compete as the No. 2 team after competing in 15 doubles-matches last spring. The pairing will be pushed by incoming freshmen Sophie Allen-Fisher and Kaja Mrgole, both coming to Morgantown with titles competing in doubles tournaments.

.......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... 2013-14 WOMEN’S TENNIS SCHEDULE Day Date Event Location Friday Sept. 27 USAFA Invitational Air Force Academy, Colo. Saturday Sept. 28 USAFA Invitational Air Force Academy, Colo. Sunday Sept. 29 USAFA Invitational Air Force Academy, Colo. Friday Oct. 4 University of Akron Akron, Ohio Saturday Oct. 5 University of Akron Akron, Ohio Sunday Oct. 6 University of Akron Akron, Ohio Friday Oct. 18 ITA Regional Charlottesville, Va. Saturday Oct. 19 ITA Regional Charlottesville, Va. Sunday Oct. 20 ITA Regional Charlottesville, Va. Monday Oct. 21 ITA Regional Charlottesville, Va. Friday Nov. 1 Big Green Invite Hanover, N.H. Saturday Nov. 2 Big Green Invite Hanover, N.H. Sunday Nov. 3 Big Green Invite Hanover, N.H Friday Jan. 17 Akron Morgantown, W.Va. Saturday Jan. 25 Liberty Lynchburg, Va. Saturday Feb. 1 Marshall Huntington, W.Va. Friday Feb. 7 Cal PA California, Pa. Friday Feb. 14 Richmond Norfolk, Va. Sunday Feb. 15 Old Dominion Norfolk, Va. Friday Feb. 21 Charleston Morgantown, W.Va. Saturday Feb. 22 Buffalo Morgantown, W.Va. Sunday Mar. 2 Penn State University Park, Pa. Saturday Mar. 8 Cornell Morgantown, W.Va. Sunday Mar. 9 West Virginia State Morgantown, W.Va. Friday Mar. 14 Kansas State Morgantown, W.Va. Sunday Mar. 16 Kansas Morgantown, W.Va. Friday Mar. 21 Baylor Waco, Texas Sunday Mar. 23 Texas Austin, Texas Friday Mar. 28 Texas Tech Morgantown, W.Va. Sunday Mar. 30 TCU Morgantown, W.Va. Friday April 4 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Sunday April 6 Okalhoma State Stillwater, Okla. Sunday April 13 Iowa State Morgantown, W.Va. Thursday April 24 Big 12 Championsips Forth Worth, Texas Friday April 25 Big 12 Championsips Forth Worth, Texas Saturday April 26 Big 12 Championsips Forth Worth, Texas Sunday April 27 Big 12 Championsips Forth Worth, Texas

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University Information

Location.............................................................Morgantown, W.Va. Enrollment................................................................................. 32,595 Founded.........................................................................................1867 Nickname.....................................................................Mountaineers Colors........................... Old Gold (PMS 124 and Blue (PMS 295) Conference......................................................... Big 12 Conference President............................................................... Dr. E. Gordon Gee Athletic Director.............................................................. Oliver Luck

Program Information

2012-13 Record..........................................................................................4-17 2012-13 Conference Record.................................................................... 0-9 Returners/Lost............................................................................................. 4/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................................4/2 Newcomers........................................................................................................ 3 First Season.................................................................................................1974 Program Record.....................................................................................446-387-1 Big 12 Record................................................................................................ 0-9 Big 12 Regular Season Titles........................................................................ 0

Women’s Tennis Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Season)......................................... Miha Lisac (First) Alma Mater.....................................................Georgia State (2005) Assistant Coach (Season)......................Lauren Holzberg (First) Alma Mater.......................................................... Penn State (2009)

Sports Information

Primary Contact.................................................. Jonathan Hevron Direct Phone................................................................304.293.9908 Cell Phone.....................................................................248.978.5066 E-Mail................................................... Jon.Hevron@mail.wvu.edu Office Phone:................................................................304.293.2821 Fax...................................................................................304-293-4105 Website........................................................ www.WVUSports.com Assistant AD/Communications........................ Michael Fragale Sports Information Director............................... Bryan Messerly Director of Football Communications.............. Mike Montoro Director of New Media.............................................John Antonik Sports Publications Director...........................................Joe Swan Multimedia Specialist........................................Kristin Coldsnow Associate Sports Information Director.................... Katie Kane Assistant Sports Information Director................. Grant Dovey Assistant Sports Information Director..Shannon McNamara Graduate Assistant.........................................................Nick Arthur Graduate Assistant.................................................... Eva Buchman Graduate Assistant..............................................Jonathan Harkey

2013-14 Schedule Fall 2013 Sept. 24-27 Oct. 4-6 Oct. 18-21 Nov. 1-3

Air Force Academy Akron Hidden Dual ITA Regionals Big Green Invite

U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo. Akron, Ohio Charlottesville, Va. Hanover, N.H.

Spring 2014 Jan. 17 Akron Morgantown, W.Va. Jan. 25 Liberty Lynchburg, Va. Feb. 1 Marshall Huntington, W.Va. Feb. 7 Cal PA California, Pa. Feb. 14 Richmond Norfolk, Va. Feb. 15 Old Dominion Norfolk, Va. Feb. 21 Charleston Morgantown, W.Va. Feb. 22 Buffalo Morgantown, W.Va. Mar. 2 Penn State University Park, Pa. Mar. 8 Cornell Morgantown, W.Va. Mar. 9 West Virginia State Morgantown, W.Va. Mar. 14 Kansas State Morgantown, W.Va. Mar. 16 Kansas Morgantown, W.Va. Mar. 21 Baylor Waco, Texas Mar. 23 Texas Austin, Texas Mar. 28 Texas Tech Morgantown, W.Va. Mar. 30 TCU Morgantown, W.Va. April 4 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. April 6 Okalhoma State Stillwater, Okla. April 13 Iowa State Morgantown, W.Va. April 24-27 Big 12 Championsips Forth Worth, Texas

Returning Players

Name Class 2012-13 S/D Record Hailey Barrett So. 7-13/7-13 Ikttesh Chahal Jr. 6-14/7-13 Irinka Toidze So. 3-15/3-13 Vivian Tsui So. 7-13/4-15

Newcomers

Name Class Sophie Allen-Fisher Fr. Kaja Mrgole Fr. Oana Manole Fr.

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Hometown Perth, Australia Jesenice, Slovenia Andover, Great Britain

2012-13 Review

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2012-13 Review 2013 Individual Spring Records Singles #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Total Audrey Wooland 5-13 -- -- -- -- -- 5-13 Hailey Barrett 0-2 6-11 1-0 -- -- -- 7-13 Ikttesh Chahal -- 0-3 6-11 -- -- -- 6-14 Emily Mathis -- -- 0-3 7-11 -- -- 7-14 Vivian Tsui -- -- -- 1-1 6-12 -- 7-13 Irinka Toidze -- -- -- -- 0-3 3-13 3-16 Jade Allen -- -- -- -- -- 1-1 1-1 2013 Doubles Spring Records Doubles #1 #2 #3 Doubles Total Barrett/Chahal 7-14 -- -- 7-14 Mathis/Wooland -- 9-9 -- 9-9 Toidze/Tsui -- -- 3-12 Allen/Tsui -- -- 1-1 Allen/Toidze -- -- 0-1 Mathis/Tsui -- -- 0-2

3-12 1-1 0-1 0-2

2013 Team Results (4-17, 0-9) Big 12 Date Opponent Jan. 19 Ohio State Jan. 26 Marshall Feb. 2 at Syracuse Feb. 3 at Buffalo Feb. 16 at William & Mary Feb. 17 at VCU Feb. 23 at Penn State March 2 vs. Virginia Tech# March 3 Marquette March 8 California (Pa.) March 9 Rutgers March 15 TCU* March 17 Baylor* March 22 at Texas Tech* March 24 at Texas* April 5 Oklahoma State* April 7 Oklahoma* April 14 at Iowa State* April 19 at Kansas* April 21 at Kansas State* April 25 vs. Kansas State$ * Big 12 Conference Match # Charleston, W.Va. $ Big 12 Championships 40 | West Virginia University

Result L, 1-6 W, 4-3 L, 1-6 L, 1-6 L, 1-6 L, 1-6 L, 2-5 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 L, 3-4 L, 1-6 L, 1-6 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 L, 2-5 L, 1-6 L, 0-7 L, 0-4

Record Book

Record Book Year-by-Year Records ..................Pg 42 Career Records..............................Pg 43 Season Records.............................Pg 43 Awards & Honors..........................Pg 46 All-Time Series...............................Pg 48 Year-by-Year Results....................Pg 49

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Record Book Year-by-Year Coaching Records Year Coach Captains Overall 1974 Martha Thorn Gail Oberholtzer 4-3 1975 Martha Thorn Sue Babb, Gail Oberholtzer 15-0 1976 Martha Thorn Linda Bennett 9-1-1 1977 Martha Thorn Barbara Cusick, Jeanne Varley 10-2 1978 Martha Thorn Barbara Cusick, Marianne Rice, Jeanne Varley 8-4 1979 Martha Thorn Mickey Cox, Karla Yoho 11-5 1980 Martha Thorn Sari Biddle, Karla Yoho 12-5 1981 Martha Thorn Lori Andochick 14-3 1982 Martha Thorn Lori Andochick 10-6 1983 Martha Thorn Lori Burdell, Maureen Druga, Carrie Gilson, Lisa Grimes 12-6 1984 Martha Thorn Lori Burdell, Marueen Druga, Carrie Gilson, Lisa Grimes 15-4 1985 Martha Thorn Karin Raudsep 11-11 1986 Martha Thorn Kathy Gillis 20-9 1987 Martha Thorn Kathy Curvan, Katie Highland 15-11 1988 Martha Thorn Lena Thoren 10-20 1989 Martha Thorn Shelley Stead 15-13 1990 Martha Thorn Shelley Stead, Sarah Bible 21-10 1991 Martha Thorn Kathie Hall 16-6 1992 Martha Thorn Michele Tondreault 11-11 1993 Martha Thorn Carrie King, Amy Wellington 3-17 1994 Martha Thorn Tiffany Egan, Pam McGrath 8-10 1995 Martha Thorn Tiffany Egan 15-11 1996 Martha Thorn Christy Fiber 8-12 1997 Martha Thorn Dana Adams, Karolina Krajewska 13-10 1998 Martha Thorn Christina Walker 13-10 1999 Martha Thorn Amy Workman, Meghan Cornwall, Andrea Pintaric 10-12 1990 Martha Thorn Meghan Cornwall, Andrea Pintaric 6-15 2001 Alicia Von Lossberg Ellie Earles 7-14 2002 Dan Silverstein Katherine Agustsson, Maia Binder 5-15 2003 Dan Silverstein Courtney Howell, Anna Marie Underwood, Jenny Watkins 12-10 2004 Dan Silverstein Courtney Howell, Jenny Watkins 10-9 2005 Dan Silverstein Ashley Constantine, Catherine Koontz, Kelly Walsh 16-7 2006 Dan Silverstein Natalia Prinz, Kelly Walsh 11-12 2007 Marc Walters Natalia Prinz, Kelly Walsh 13-12 2008 Marc Walters Stacey Percival, Colleen Speaker 15-10 2009 Marc Walters Stephanie LaFortune 9-17 2000 Marc Walters Stephanie LaFortune, Monique Burton 17-7 2011 Tina Samara None 8-14 2012 Tina Samara None 4-16 2013 Tina Samara None 4-17 Totals 446-387-1

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Martha Thorn

Kathy Mazza

Top Career Records

Top Singles Records

Player Year W/L Pct. Jo Marie Cinco 1988-92 214-73 .746 Christina Walker 1995-98 187-78 .706 Michele Tondreault 1988-92 165-94 .637 Kathie Hall 1987-91 159-120 .570 Melony Kizer 1982-87 155-98 .613 Jodi Firestone 1995-99 145-97 .599 Kathy Gillis 1983-86 144-71 .670 Karolina Krajewska 1994-97 140-109 .562 Kathy Mazza 1988-92 133-126 .514 Maureen Druga 1980-84 131-80 .621 Carrie King 1989-93 123-108 .532 Raynie Theis 2002-06 120-76 .612 Lisa Grimes 1980-84 119-74 .617 Carrie Gilson 1980-84 111-58 .657 Kathy Curvan 1983-87 108-93 .537 Lori Burdell 1980-84 107-52 .673 Stacey Percival 2004-08 105-76 .580 Tiffany Egan 1991-95 105-99 .515 Dana Adams 1994-97 101-93 .521 Anna Marie Underwood 1999-03 101-90 .529 Meghan Cornwall 1996-00 99-115 .497 Katie Highland 1983-87 95-91 .511 Lena Thoren 1985-88 94-70 .573 Monica Lyskawa 2004-08 92-62 .597 Jennifer Watkins 2000-04 92-65 .586 Amy Workman 1995-99 91-101 .473 Shelley Stead 1986-89 90-121 .427 Veronica Cardenas 2009-12 89-86 .509 Patti Pritt 1985-87 87-57 .604 Ellie Earles 1998-01 84-114 .424 Karin Raudsep 1981-85 82-92 .471 Natalia Prinz 2004-08 81-93 .466 Kelly Walsh 2003-07 80-67 .544 Emily Mathis 2009-13 77-105 .423 Ellen Bumoskey 1977-81 76-36 .679 Christy Fiber 1992-96 69-95 .421 Lori Andochick 1978-82 66-60 .524 Nicole Fiber 1990-92 65-59 .524 Jeanne Varley 1974-78 62-16 .795

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Player Year W/L Jo Marie Cinco 1988-92 112-30 Christina Walker 1995-98 102-39 Melony Kizer 1982-87 100-65 Kathie Hall 1987-91 97-56 Michele Tondreault 1988-91 84-53 Lisa Grimes 1980-84 77-48 Carrie King 1989-93 76-55 Karolina Krajewska 1994-97 75-56 Kathy Mazza 1989-92 72-75 Jodi Firestone 1996-99 69-55 Katie Highland 1983-87 69-61 Maureen Druga 1980-84 64-48 Tiffany Egan 1991-95 61-52 Meghan Cornwall 1996-99 61-57 Kathy Gillis 1982-86 58-31 Monica Lyskawa 2004-08 51-34 Stacey Percival 2004-08 51-37 Dana Adams 1994-97 51-55 Jennifer Watkins 2000-04 49-40 Lori Burdell 1980-84 47-30 Veronica Cardenas 2009-12 46-42 Nicole Fiber 1990-92 41-31 Kathy Curvan 1983-87 41-32 Ellen Bumoskey 1977-81 39-16 Natalia Prinz 2004-08 39-51

Pct. .789 .723 .606 .634 .613 .616 .580 .573 .490 .556 .531 .571 .540 .546 .652 .600 .580 .481 .551 .610 .523 .569 .562 .709 .433

30-Win Seasons (Singles Only) Player Year W/L Jo Marie Cinco 1989-90 36-6 Kathie Hall 1989-90 34-11 Melony Kizer 1985-86 31-15 Michele Tondreault 1989-90 31-17 Jo Marie Cinco 1988-89 30-11

Pct. .857 .756 .674 .646 .732

20-Win Seasons (Singles Only) Player Year W/L Pct. Christina Walker 1995-96 29-9 .763 Kathie Hall 1990-91 28-11 .700 Melony Kizer 1984-85 28-19 .596

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.743 .591 .758 .758 .694 .595 .581 .568 .556 .750 .706 .615 .558 .545 .821 .742 .676 .622 .622 .511 .647 .647 .629 .564 .524 .656 .636 .617 .667 .645 .645 .606 .588 .588 .588 .512

Lori Burdell 1983-84 44-21 Patti Pritt 1985-86 44-26 Jodi Firestone 1997-98 43-22 Melony Kizer 1984-85 43-30 Patti Pritt 1986-87 43-31 Karolina Krajewska 1995-96 43-23 Melissa Day 2002-03 43-27 Maureen Druga 1983-84 42-24 Lisa Grimes 1983-84 42-26 Kathy Gillis 1983-84 41-14 Michele Pauli 1989-90 41-18 Lena Thoren 1986-87 41-29 Michele Tondreault 1988-89 41-31 Kathy Mazza 1988-89 41-34 Jodi Firestone 1997-98 40-22 Christina Walker 1996-97 40-24

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60-Win Seasons (Singles/Doubles) Player Year W/L Pct. Jo Marie Cinco 1989-90 66-19

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50-Win Seasons (Singles/Doubles) Player Year W/L Melony Kizer 1985-86 56-26 Christina Walker 1995-96 54-20 Kathie Hall 1989-90 54-32 Michele Tondreault 1989-90 53-27 Jo Marie Cinco 1990-91 51-10 Michele Tondreault 1990-91 51-14 Kathy Gillis 1985-86 51-21 Jo Marie Cinco 1988-89 51-28

Pct. .683 .730 .628 .663 .836 .785 .708 .646

40-Win Seasons (Singles/Doubles) Player Year W/L Raynie Theis 2002-03 49-28 Christina Walker 1997-98 48-17 Christina Walker 1994-95 46-17 Kathy Curvan 1985-86 46-28 Kathie Hall 1988-89 46-35 Kathy Mazza 1989-90 46-38 Jo Marie Cinco 1991-92 45-16 Jodi Firestone 1995-96 45-21 Carrie King 1989-90 45-33

Pct. .636 .739 .730 .622 .568 .548 .738 .671 .577

.677 .629 .661 .589 .581 .652 .614 .636 .618 .745 .695 .586 .569 .547 .645 .625

30-Win Seasons (Singles/Doubles) Player Year W/L Christina Walker 1996-97 39-24 Jennifer Watkins 2002-03 39-18 Kathie Hall 1990-91 39-27 Nicole Fiber 1990-91 38-27 Catherine Koontz 2002-03 38-30 Carrie Gilson 1983-84 37-14 Kathy Gillis 1984-85 37-22 Melony Kizer 1986-87 37-27 Karolina Krajewska 1996-97 37-31 Anna Marie Underwood 2002-03 37-23 Tiffany Egan 1991-92 36-22 Karolina Krajewska 1994-95 36-22 Carrie Gilson 1981-82 35-21 Carrie King 1990-91 34-28 Monica Lyskawa 2006-07 33-15 Lena Thoren 1985-86 33-20 Pam McGrath 1991-92 33-21 Dana Adams 1996-97 33-24 Ellie Earles 1997-98 33-27 Jodi Firestone 1996-97 33-28 Tiffany Egan 1994-95 32-21 Raynie Theis 2003-04 32-21 Maureen Druga 1981-82 32-23

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Pct. .619 .684 .591 .585 .559 .725 .627 .578 .544 .617 .621 .621 .625 .548 .544 .623 .611 .578 .550 .540 .611 .611 .582

Record Book Carrie King 1991-92 32-30 Shelley Stead 1987-88 31-43 Stacey Percival 2004-05 30-10 Ashley Pilsbury 2009-10 30-14 Maureen Druga 1982-83 30-26 Veronica Cardenas 2008-09 30-17 Ashley Constantine 2007-08 30-18

.516 .419 .750 .682 .536 .638 .625

20-Win Seasons (Singles/Doubles) Player Year W/L Natalia Prinz 2007-08 29-19 Katie Highland 1984-85 29-30 Meghan Cornwall 1996-97 29-26 Katie Highland 1984-85 29-30 Monica Lyskawa 2007-08 28-18 Lisa Grimes 1982-83 28-23 Dana Watts 1986-87 28-23 Katie Highland 1985-86 28-25 Barbara Rolland 1984-85 28-27 Meghan Cornwall 1998-99 28-29 Barbara Cusick 1974-75 27-7 Maureen Druga 1980-81 27-7 Ellen Bumoskey 1980-81 27-10 Stacey Percival 2005-06 27-15 Tracy Wolfe 1996-97 27-16 Stephanie LaFortune 2007-08 27-17 Amy Workman 1996-97 27-21 Anna Marie Underwood 1999-00 27-22 Karin Raudsep 1984-85 27-41 Dana Adams 1995-96 27-21 Kim Fleming 1979-80 26-10 Lori Burdell 1982-83 26-12 Tracy Wolfe 1996-97 26-17 Ashley Pilsbury 2007-08 26-18 Veronica Cardenas 2009-10 26-20 Amy Workman 1997-98 26-22 Stacey Percival 2007-08 26-24 Kathy Mazza 1990-91 26-30 Dana Watts 1987-88 26-46

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Monica Lyskawa Tracy Wolfe 1996-97 26-16 Lisa Grimes 1980-81 25-8 Natasha Ramdass 1997-98 25-15 Kathy Curvan 1984-85 25-30 Tiffany Egan 1993-94 25-31 Karolina Krajewska 1993-94 25-32 Shelley Stead 1988-89 25-39 Kim Fleming 1980-81 24-9 Lori Burdell 1980-81 24-12 Beth Andochick 1981-82 24-14 Lisa Grimes 1981-82 24-17 Carrie Gilson 1982-83 24-17 Kim Paulikovsky 1984-85 24-20 Jodi Firestone 1998-99 24-25 Christy Fiber 1994-95 24-26 Nicole Fiber 1991-92 24-31 Elizabeth TenBroeck 1993-94 24-31 Monique Burton 2008-09 24-21 Ellen Bumoskey 1979-80 23-10 Kelly Walsh 2003-04 23-17 Mary Chupa 2010-11 23-18 Karin Raudsep 1984-85 23-18 Kelly Walsh 2006-07 23-22 Shelley Stead 1986-87 23-28 Stephanie LaFortune 2008-09 23-25 Olga Elkin 2008-09 23-24 Emily Mathis 2009-10 23-24 Kelly Walsh 2003-04 22-15 Christy Fiber 1993-94 22-26 Stacey Percival 2006-07 22-27 Debbie Wituski 1987-88 22-41 Jennifer Watkins 2003-04 21-16 Lee Ann Kaper 1985-86 21-16 Shannon Price 1998-99 21-22 Dana Adams 1993-94 21-24 Amy Workman 1995-96 21-36 Margaret Luchini 1978-79 20-5 Kathy Curvan 1984-85 20-7 Lauren Muhlbach 1996-97 20-14 Ashley Constantine 2003-04 20-16 Melissa Day 2003-04 20-16 Jennifer Watkins 2000-01 20-19 Natalia Prinz 2007-08 20-21 Lena Thoren 1987-88 20-22 Dana Adams 1994-95 20-23 Anna Marie Underwood 2000-01 20-23 Kathy Mazza 1991-92 20-24 Kathie Hall 1987-88 20-26 Katie Highland 1986-87 20-31 Natalia Prinz 2004-05 20-21 Raynie Theis 2004-05 20-15 Raynie Theis 2005-06 20-14

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.619 .781 .625 .455 .446 .439 .390 .727 .667 .632 .585 .585 .545 .489 .480 .436 .436 .533 .697 .575 .561 .561 .511 .451 .469 .489 .489 .595 .458 .449 .349 .568 .568 .488 .467 .368 .800 .741 .588 .556 .556 .512 .487 .476 .465 .465 .455 .435 .488 .488 .571 .588

Record Book Awards & Honors NSCA Strength and Conditioning AllAmerica Natalia Prinz 2007

Big 12 Honors Dr. Gerald Lage Award Emily Mathis

2013

Big 12 First Team All-Academic Honors Ikttesh Chahal 2013 Emily Mathis 2013

Big East Honors Big East Scholar Athlete Karolina Krajewska Courtney Howell Courtney Howell Courtney Howell Courtney Howell

1997 2001 2002 2003 2004

All-Atlantic 10 Melony Kizer (Singles/Doubles) Melony Kizer (Doubles) 1985 Kathy Gillis (Doubles) 1985 Melony Kizer (Singles) 1986 Kathy Gillis (Doubles) 1986 Patti Pritt (Doubles) 1986 Kathy Mazza (Singles) 1989 Carrie King (Singles) 1990 Carrie King (Singles) 1991 Carrie King (Singles) 1992 Tiffany Egan 1993 Freshman of the Year Jo Marie Cinco Carrie King 1990 Christina Walker 1995

Big East Academic All-Stars 2006 Ashley Constantine, Catherine Koontz, Colleen Speaker, Raynie Theis, Kelly Walsh 2007 Gabriela Blaskovicova, Ashley Constantine, Kelly Walsh

2009 Gabriela Blaskovicova, Monique Burton, Veronica Cardenas, Olga Elkin, Katheryn Haught, Stephanie LaFortune, Ashley Pilsbury, Catie Wickline 2010 Gabriela Blaskovicova, Monique Burton, Veronica Cardenas, Olga Elkin, Stephanie LaFortune, Emily Mathis, Liv Pettersson, Ashley Pilsbury 2011 Veronica Cardenas, Mary Chupa, Emily Mathis, Liv Pettersson, Ashley Pilsbury, Anna Rodionova, Catie Wickline 2012 Jade Allen, Veronica Cardenas,Ikttesh Chahal, Mary Chupa, Emily Mathis, Catie Wickline 2005-06

1985

1989

Senior of the Year Jo Marie Cinco 1992

Kathie Hall 1989-90 Kathie Hall 1990-91 Jo Marie Cinco 1991-92 Tiffany Egan 1992-93 Lauren Muhlbach 1993-94 Christina Walker 1994-95 Christina Walker 1995-96 Christina Walker 1996-97 Christina Walker 1997-98 Jodi Firestone 1998-99 Ellie Earles 1999-00 Ellie Earles 2000-01 Anna Marie Underwood 2001-02 Jennifer Watkins 2001-02 Melissa Day 2002-03 Jennifer Watkins 2003-04 Natalia Prinz 2004-05 Stacey Percival 2005-06 Monica Lyskawa 2006-07 Stacey Percival 2007-08 Veronica Cardenas 2008-09 Ashley Pilsbury 2009-10 *Award discontinued after 2010

Coach of the Year Martha Thorn 1991 Atlantic 10 All Tournament* Katie Highland (Singles) 1984 Kathy Gillis (Doubles) 1984 Kathy Curvan (Doubles) 1984 Jo Marie Cinco (5th/Singles) Pam McGrath (6th/Singles)

2008 Gabriela Blaskovicova, Stephanie LaFortune, Stacey Percival, Ashley Pilsbury, Colleen Speaker

Big East Championship MVP Kelly Walsh

Atlantic 10 Honors

1992 1992

* From 1985-91 the Atlantic 10 named only an all conference team. In 1992, the Atlantic 10 resumed naming all conference and all tournament teams.

ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict II First Team Catherine Koontz 2004-05 Catherine Koontz 2004-06 ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict II Second Team Ashley Constantine 2005-06 Outstanding Athlete Award B’Ann True 1973-74 Linda Bennett 1974-75 Jeanne Varley 1975-76 Susie Howes 1976-77 Sarah Palmer 1977-78 Margaret Luchini 1978-79 Lynn Sitrin 1979-80 Ellen Bumoskey 1980-81 Lisa Grimes 1981-82 Lisa Grimes 1982-83 Lisa Grimes 1983-84 Kathy Gillis 1984-85 Melony Kizer 1985-86 Patti Pritt 1986-87 Shelley Stead 1987-88 Kathie Hall 1988-89 46 | West Virginia University

Coaches’ Award Established in 1989, this award is given by the coaching staff to a team member in recognition for outstanding contributions to the team. This award is given to the individual who best exemplifies enthusiasm, encouragement and support for her teammates on the court, as well as off the court. Kathy Mazza 1989-90 Sarah Bible 1990-91 Not awarded 1991-92 Nicki Sodini 1992-93 Christina Walker 1994-95 Christy Fiber 1995-96 Meghan Cornwall Ellie Earles 1997-98 Ellie Earles 1998-99 Ellie Earles 1999-00 Ellie Earles 2000-01 Katherine Agustsson Anna Marie Underwood Jennifer Watkins 2003-04 WVU Tennis Team Raynie Theis 2005-06 Catherine Koontz Stacey Percival 2006-07 Colleen Speaker 2007-08 Veronica Cardenas Veronica Cardenas *Award discontinued after 2010

1996-97

2001-02 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06 2008-09 2009-10

Jane Little Memorial Award This award, a silver bowl donated by the West Virginia University Foundation, is given each year to the member of the women’s tennis team who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship and team

Record Book spirit. Jane Little, a Charleston, W.Va., native, was a member of the first women’s intercollegiate team to compete for WVU. Jane was not the best tennis player on the team, but she displayed the best sportsmanship and was the most dedicated. When she died in October, 1977, her teammates from the 1973-74 team established this award in her memory. Karla Yoho 1977-78 Michele Cox 1978-79 Lynn Sitrin 1979-80 Lori Andochick 1980-81 Lori Andochick 1981-82 Cindy Worrall 1982-83 Cindy Worrall 1983-84 Katie Highland 1984-85 Katie Highland 1985-86 Lee Ann Kaper 1986-87 Katie Highland 1986-87 Lena Thoren 1987-88 Debbie Wituski 1988-89 Sarah Bible 1989-90 Michele Tondreault 1990 91 Sally Hintermiser 1991 92 Amy Wellington 1992 93 Nicole Sodini 1993-94 Laura Muhlbach 1994-95 Christy Fiber 1995-96 Karolina Krajewska 1996-97 Christina Walker 1997-98 Ellie Earles 1998-99 Meghan Cornwall 1998-99 Anna Marie Underwood 1999-00 Anna Marie Underwood 2000-01 Katherine Agustsson 2000-01 Gretchen Unger 2001-02 Catherine Koontz 2002-03

Melissa Day 2003-04 Catherine Koontz 2004-05 Ashley Constantine Ashley Constantine Monica Lyskawa 2007-08 Monique Burton 2008-09 Stephanie LaFortune Monique Burton 2009-10 Stephanie LaFortune *Award discontinued after 2010

2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10

Martha T. Thorn Award Established in 1997, this award is given by the coaching staff to a team member in recognition of exceptional individual commitment. This award is given to the individual who best exemplifies effort, dedication and consistency. Karolina Krajewska Meghan Cornwall Ellie Earles 1999-00 Ellie Earles 2000-01 Anna Marie Underwood Melissa Day 2002-03 Ashley Constantine Natalia Prinz 2004-05 Natalia Prinz 2005-06 Kelly Walsh 2006-07 Monique Burton 2007-08 Kathryn Haught 2008-09 Kathryn Haught 2009-10

1996-97 1998-99 2001-02 2003-04

*Award discontinued after 2010

Most Improved Athlete Award This award was started in 1998-99 and given by the coaches to the player they think exhibited the greatest improvement from one year to the next.

Sarah Tritt 1998-99 Gretchen Unger 1999-00 Jennifer Watkins 2000-01 Jennifer Watkins 2001-02 Jennifer Watkins 2002-03 Kelly Walsh 2003-04 Stacey Percival 2004-05 Ashley Constantine 2005-06 Monique Burton 2006-07 Natalia Prinz 2007-08 Catie Wickline 2008-09 Stephanie LaFortune 2008-09 Veronica Cardenas 2009-10 Liv Petterson 2009-10 *Award discontinued after 2010

Special Recognition Player Established in 2006-07 by coach Marc Walters, this award recognizes the studentathlete who holds the No. 1 position all season. Natalia Prinz 2006-07 Not Awarded 2007-08 Stephanie LaFortune 2008-09 Stephanie LaFortune 2009-10 *Award discontinued after 2010

“20 Win Club” Started by coach Marc Walters in 2007-08, this award recognizes those who attained at least 20 wins in doubles and/or singles competition throughout the year. Natalia Prinz 2007-08 Monica Lyskawa 2007-08 Stephanie LaFortune Stacey Percival 2007-08 Ashley Pilsbury 2007-08 Stephanie LaFortune Veronica Cardenas Monique Burton 2008-09 Olga Elkin 2008-09 Monique Burton 2009-10 Veronica Cardenas Emily Mathis 2009-10 Ashley Pilsbury 2009-10 *Award discontinued after 2010

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Record Book All-Time Series Records Series Opponent W-L-T Began Akron 8-3-0 1985 Alabama 0-1-0 2003 Allegheny 2-0-0 1983 American 2-2-0 1994 Appalachian State 2-0-0 1987 Arkansas (Little Rock) 0-1-0 2003 Army 1-1-0 2009 Barton 1-0-0 2008 Baylor 0-1-0 2013 Bethany 1-0-0 1974 Binghamton 1-0-0 2002 Boston College 0-4-0 1997 Boston University 1-5-0 1988 Bowling Green 0-1-0 2011 Brown 2-2-0 1991 Bucknell 6-0-0 1984 Buffalo 0-1-0 2013 BYU-Hawaii 0-1-0 2003 Cal State Northridge 1-0-0 2004 California, Pa. 8-2-0 1973 Central Florida 1-1-0 1991 Charleston, S.C 1-2-0 1986 Charleston, W.Va. 12-1-1 1974 Chatham 1-0-0 1978 Chicago State 0-1-0 2010 Cincinnati 10-7-0 1978 Coastal Carolina 1-1-0 2008 Colgate 1-0-0 2004 Columbia 2-0-0 1996 Concord 1-0-0 1976 Connecticut 9-5-0 2005 Cornell 1-1-0 1995 Dartmouth 1-0-0 1998 Davidson 1-0-0 1998 Davis & Elkins 2-0-0 1984 Dayton 1-0-0 2012 DePaul 0-2-0 2006 Duquesne 25-3-0 1978 East Tennessee State 7-4-0 1984 Eastern Kentucky 3-1-0 1981 Eastern Michigan 2-2-0 1998 Fairmont State 8-1-0 1973 Flagler 0-2-0 1991 Florida Southern 1-0-0 1991 Frostburg State 7-0-0 1975 Furman 2-5-0 1989 George Mason 3-3-0 2005 George Washington 10-13-0 1982 Georgetown 17-30 1988 Georgia Southern 1-0-0 1990 Georgia State 1-0-0 1995 Georgia Tech 0-2-0 1995 Guilford 3-1-0 1987 Harvard 0-1-0 1997 Hartford 1-0-0 1988 Hawaii 0-1-0 2003 High Point 1-0-0 1988 Houston 1-0-0 2010 Idaho 0-1-0 2009 Indiana, Pa 6-0-0 1977 Iowa State 0-2-0 2009

Series Opponent W-L-T Began Jacksonville 0-1-0 1993 James Madison 9-20-0 1976 Kansas 0-1-0 2013 Kansas State 0-2-0 2013 Kent State 0-1-0 1980 Kentucky 0-1-0 1981 Kenyon 1-0-0 1990 Lamar 0-20 2006 Lehigh 2-3-0 1984 Liberty 2-1-0 2008 Long Island 1-0-0 2007 Louisville 0-4-0 2005 Marietta 1-0-0 1977 Marquette 1-4-0 1987 Marshall 21-14-0 1973 Maryland 0-14-0 1977 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 6-2-0 2001 Massachusetts 3-1-0 1987 Memphis 1-0-0 1994 Miami, Fla. 0-4-0 1996 Miami, Ohio 0-2-0 1993 Middle Tennessee 2-1-0 1986 Missouri 0-3-0 2001 Morehead State 8-10-0 1978 Morgan State 1-0-0 2004 Mount Olive 1-0-0 2008 Mount State Mary’s 3-1-0 1990 Murray State 1-1-0 1986 Nebraska 0-1-0 2009 New Orleans 1-0-0 2009 North Carolina-Charlotte 6-0-0 1989 North Carolina-Greensboro 1-1-0 1989 North Carolina-Wilmington 1-0-0 2001 North Carolina State 1-1-0 1991 North Florida 1-1-0 1992 Northern Illinois 0-1-0 1993 Notre Dame 0-3-0 1998 Ohio 8-7-0 1978 Ohio State 0-15-0 1991 Oklahoma 0-1-0 2013 Oklahoma State 0-1-0 2013 Old Dominion 1-7-0 1986 Peace 1-2-0 1986 Penn 0-1-0 1996 Penn State 1-23-0 1983 Pitt 29-5-0 1974 Presbyterian 1-0-0 2008 Providence 4-0-0 1989 Radford 0-1-0 1988 Rhode Island 4-0-0 1983 Richmond 0-5-0 1990 Robert Morris 5-0-0 1978 Rollins 0-2-0 1992 Rutgers 16-25-0 1983 St. Bonaventure 5-1-0 1989 St. John’s 4-6-0 1997 St. Joseph’s 3-0-0 1988 Salem 5-0-0 1974 Salisbury State 5-1-0 1978 Samford 0-0-0 2003 San Diego 0-1-0 2007

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Series Opponent W-L-T Began Seton Hall 14-11-0 1988 Shepherd 1-0-0 1977 Slippery Rock 10-0-0 1974 South Carolina State 0-1-0 2011 South Carloina Upstate 1-0-0 2011 South Florida 0-2-0 2006 Southern Illinois 3-0-0 1986 Southern Miss 0-40 2006 St. John’s 0-1-0 2009 Stetson 0-1-0 2012 Syracuse 2-16-0 1989 TCU 0-1-0 2013 Temple 9-10-0 1983 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-1-0 1990 Texas 0-1-0 2013 Texas-San Antonio 1-0-0 1998 Texas Tech 0-1-0 2013 Toledo 6-1-0 1993 Troy State 1-2-0 2005 Villanova 9-0-0 1988 Virginia 0-4-0 1977 VCU 1-3-0 1990 Virginia Tech 4-18-0 1983 West Liberty 10-2-0 1973 West Virginia Wesleyan 9-0-0 1974 West Virginia State 1-0-0 2010 Western Carolina 2-0-0 1990 Western Illinois 0-1-0 1987 Western Kentucky 1-3-0 1980 William & Mary 0-4-0 1991 Winthrop 2-0-0 1986 Wright State 3-0-0 2003 Wyoming 1-0-0 2003 Youngstown State 2-0-0 2007

Record Book Year-by-Year Results

2010 Team 1974 (4-3) Martha Thorn 2-3 L Fairmont State 3-1 W Marshall 2-3 L West Liberty 1-4 L West Liberty 5-0 W California, Pa. 3-2 W Fairmont State 5-0 W California, Pa. West Virginia State Tournament (3rd) 1975 (15-0) Martha Thorn 7-0 W Salem 6-1 W West Liberty 4-3 W Marshall 5-0 W Pitt 7-0 W Salem 7-0 W Fairmont State 7-0 W West Virginia Wesleyan 4-3 W Marshall 4-3 W Morris Harvey 7-0 W West Liberty 6-0 W Fairmont State 7-0 W Bethany 6-0 W California, Pa. 3-2 W Slippery Rock 6-0 W California, Pa. West Virginia State Tournament (1st) 1976 (9-1-1) Martha Thorn 7-0 W West Liberty 6-1 W Frostburg State 7-0 W Fairmont State 4-3 W Marshall 3-3 T Morris Harvey 6-1 W Frostburg State 7-0 W Fairmont State 6-1 W Slippery Rock

6-1 W West Virginia Wesleyan 7-0 W Salem 3-4 L Pitt West Virginia State Tournament (2nd) 1977 (10-2) Martha Thorn 6-1 W Frostburg State 9-0 W Concord 7-0 W Morris Harvey 7-0 W Salem 3-6 L James Madison 7-0 W Salem 2-5 L Marshall 7-2 W Slippery Rock 5-2 W West Liberty 7-0 W Fairmont State 6-0 W West Virginia Wesleyan 6-1 W Fairmont State West Virginia State Tournament (2nd) 1978 (8-4) Martha Thorn 6-1 W Frostburg State 5-2 W Shepherd 5-3 W Morris Harvey 5-2 W West Liberty 4-1 W Indiana, Pa. 0-9 L Maryland 8-1 W West Virginia Wesleyan 7-0 W Fairmont State 3-6 L Marshall 7-0 W Marietta 1-7 L James Madison 0-9 L Virginia West Virginia State Tournament (2nd)

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1979 (11-5) Martha Thorn 5-1 W Frostburg State 2-7 L James Madison 5-0 W Indiana, Pa. 0-6 L Maryland 7-2 W Salisbury State 8-1 W Slippery Rock 6-1 W West Virginia Wesleyan 5-1 W Marshall 4-5 L Morehead State 6-3 W Marshall 0-9 L Virginia 5-1 W Duquesne 9-0 W Robert Morris 5-4 W Ohio 3-6 L Cincinnati 8-1 W Chatham 1980 (12-5) Martha Thorn

Fall 7-2 W 3-6 L 5-4 W 7-2 W 5-4 W 2-7 L 5-4 W 7-2 W 7-2 W 6-3 W Spring 4-5 L 5-4 W 7-2 W 5-4 W 4-2 W 3-6 L 1-8 L

Frostburg State Morehead State Pitt Indiana, Pa. James Madison Salisbury State West Virginia Wesleyan Charleston Marshall Duquesne Cincinnati Pitt Slippery Rock Ohio Duquesne Cincinnati Kent State

Record Book Salisbury Invitational (23rd) 1981 (14-3) Martha Thorn

Fall 6-0 W Frostburg State 8-1 W Charleston 3-6 L Western Kentucky 2-7 L Morehead State 4-5 L James Madison 6-3 W Pitt 7-2 W Cincinnati 8-1 W Slippery Rock 9-0 W West Virginia Wesleyan 7-2 W Marshall 5-4 W Duquesne 8-1 W Pitt 7-2 W Ohio 6-3 W Salisbury State Spring 8-1 W Duquesne 9-0 W Robert Morris 7-2 W Charleston Tennis Life Classic (7th) Salisbury State Invitational (6th) 1982 (9-6) Martha Thorn 8-1 W Duquesne 4-5 L Charleston 1-8 L Eastern Kentucky 3-6 L Western Kentucky 0-9 L Kentucky 8-1 W Robert Morris 0-9 L James Madison 5-4 W Charleston 8-1 W West Virginia Wesleyan 1-8 L Morehead State 9-0 W Salisbury State 9-0 W Ohio 7-2 W Marshall 8-1 W Duquesne 8-1 W Charleston NATA (3rd) 1982 83 (12-6) Martha Thorn

Fall 8-1 W 9-0 W 2-7 L 9-0 W 5-4 W 8-1 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 2-7 L 2-7 L 8-1 W 9-0 W Spring 5-4 W 5-4 W 0-9 L 9-0 W

Slippery Rock Charleston Morehead State Marshall Eastern Kentucky West Liberty Ohio Pitt George Washington James Madison Robert Morris Salisbury State Marshall Rutgers Penn State Rhode Island*

0-9 L Penn State* 4-5 L Rutgers* *Atlantic 10 Tournament 1984 (15-4) Martha Thorn

Fall 9-0 W Slippery Rock 6-3 W Allegheny 9-0 W Salisbury State 9-0 W Duquesne 7-2 W West Liberty 4-5 L Morehead State 9-0 W Temple 9-0 W West Virginia Wesleyan 5-4 W Ohio 9-0 W Pitt 5-4 W Virginia Tech 7-2 W Cincinnati 1-8 L James Madison Spring 1-8 L Penn State 7-2 W Marshall 5-4 W East Tennessee State 9-0 W Rhode Island* 2-7 L Penn State* 7-2 W Rutgers* *Atlantic 10 Tournament ECTT Championships (10th) Tennis Life Tournament (7th) Salisbury Tournament (5th) MATA Tournament (1st) MSTA Tournament (7th) 1985 (11-11) Martha Thorn

Fall 7-2 W 9-0 W 0-9 L 6-3 W 7-2 W 9-0 W 0-9 L 6-3 W 1-8 L 7-1 W 7-2 W 2-7 L 4-5 L 2-7 L

West Liberty Duquesne Lehigh Temple Bucknell Davis & Elkins Morehead State Eastern Kentucky Ohio West Liberty Pitt Virginia Tech George Washington James Madison Spring 0-6 L Morehead State 8-1 W Akron 4-5 L East Tennessee State 5-4 W Rutgers 1-8 L Penn State 9-0 W Duquesne* 2-7 L Rutgers* 3-6 L George Washington* *Atlantic 10 Tournament Tennis Life Tournament (7th) ECTT Tournament (7th) Salisbury Invitational (5th) Eastern Kentucky Tournament (5th) 50 | West Virginia University

Middle State Tournament (5th) 1986 (20-9) Martha Thorn

Fall 9-0 W West Liberty 7-2 W Indiana, Pa. 9-0 W Slippery Rock 7-2 W Duquesne 7-2 W Davis & Elkins 8-1 W Marshall 8-1 W Bucknell 8-1 W Ohio 7-0 W West Liberty 9-0 W Charleston 9-0 W Pitt 9-0 W George Washington 2-7 L Virginia Tech 2-7 L James Madison Spring 6-3 W Winthrop 4-5 L Middle Tennessee State 7-2 W Southern Illinois 3-6 L Old Dominion 2-7 L Charleston, S.C. 9-0 W Murray State 9-0 W Akron 8-1 W Morehead State 2-7 L Rutgers 3-6 L Penn State 3-6 L Peace 9-0 W East Tennessee State 9-0 W Duquesne* 5-4 W Rutgers* 1-8 L Penn State* *Atlantic 10 Tournament 1987 (15-11) Martha Thorn

Fall 9-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 8-1 W 1-8 L 7-2 W 2-7 L 7-1 W 5-4 W 0-7 L Spring 6-3 W 6-3 W 1-5 L 9-0 W 2-7 L 5-4 W 4-5 L 6-3 W 9-0 W 4-5 L 2-7 L 0-9 L 7-2 W 8-1 W

Duquesne Indiana, Pa. Slippery Rock Allegheny Rutgers Pitt Ohio George Washington Virginia Tech James Madison East Tennessee State Middle Tennessee State Old Dominion Appalachian State Western Illinois Guilford Marquette Morehead State Marshall George Mason Temple Penn State Bucknell George Washington*

Record Book 0-9 L Penn State* 1-8 L Temple* *Atlantic 10 Tournament 1988 (10-20) Martha Thorn

Fall 8-1 W Indiana, Pa. 9-0 W Duquesne 7-2 W Bucknell 1-8 L Connecticut 9-0 W Massachusetts 6-3 W Hartford 1-6 L Ohio 2-7 L Temple 8-1 W Pitt 4-5 L Radford 1-8 L James Madison 0-9 L Virginia Tech 2-7 L George Washington 8-1 W Marshall Spring 2-4 L East Tennessee State 8-1 W Appalachian State 0-9 L Old Dominion 0-9 L Guilford 9-0 W High Point 1-8 L Peace 6-3 W Middle Tennessee State 0-6 L Morehead State 0-8 L Ohio 0-9 L Akron 2-5 L Western Kentucky 1-8 L George Mason 0-9 L Penn State 1-8 L Rutgers 4-5 L George Washington* 4-5 L Massachusetts* * Atlantic 10 Tournament 1989 (15-13) Martha Thorn

Fall 5-4 W 8-1 W 5-4 W 7-2 W 4-5 L 6-3 W 2-7 L 6-3 W 7-2 W 1-8 L 1-8 L Spring 7-2 W 1-8 L 5-4 W 8-1 W 0-9 L 7-2 W 5-1 W 6-2 W 2-7 L 4-5 L

Seton Hall St. Joseph’s Villanova Bucknell George Mason Georgetown Ohio Pitt George Washington James Madison Virginia Tech North Carolina Charlotte

Old Dominion Guilford

North Carolina Greensboro

Furman Morehead State Temple Akron Ohio Lehigh

0-9 L Penn State 2-7 L Boston 0-9 L Rutgers 9-0 W St. Bonaventure 9-0 W Massachusetts* 1-8 L Rutgers* 3-6 L Temple* *Atlantic 10 Tournament 1990 (21-10) Martha Thorn

Fall 9-0 W Marshall 8-1 W Pitt 8-1 W Bucknell 3-6 L Ohio 1-8 L Syracuse 6-3 W Providence 0-7 L Boston 7-0 W Duquesne 8-1 W George Washington 6-3 W Virginia Tech 1-8 L James Madison 8-1 W Akron Spring 7-2 W Western Carolina 5-4 W Old Dominion 9-0 W Guilford 7-0 W Appalachian State 3-6 L Tennessee Chattanooga 8-1 W Western Kentucky 6-2 W Georgia Southern 4-5 L Furman 9-0 W Marshall 6-0 W East Tennessee State 8-1 W Kenyon 6-0 W George Mason 8-1 W Ohio 1-6 L Penn State 4-5 L Rutgers 5-4 W Boston 9-0 W St. Joseph’s* 3-6 L Penn State* 4-5 L Temple* *Atlantic 10 Tournament 1991 (16-6) Martha Thorn

Fall 8-1 W 6-3 W 8-1 W 3-6 L 8-1 W 5-4 W Spring 9-0 W 3-6 L 6-3 W 2-7 L 6-3 W 3-6 L 8-1 W 6-3 W 5-4 W 51

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Fall 6-3 W North Carolina Charlotte 8-1 W Mount St. Mary’s 0-9 L William & Mary 5-4 W Brown 5-4 W Virginia Tech 1-5 L George Washington 3-6 L James Madison Spring 2-7 L Ohio State 3-6 L Virginia Tech 4-5 L North Carolina State 5-1 W Peace 1-5 L Flagler 5-4 W North Florida 4-5 L Rollins 6-0 W Pitt 7-2 W Temple 8-1 W Lehigh 4-5 L Boston 4-5 L Rutgers 9-0 W Duquesne* 7-2 W Rutgers* 3 6 L George Washington* * Atlantic 10 Tournament 1993 (3-17) Martha Thorn

Fall 4-5 L Georgetown 5-4 W Temple 3-6 L Virginia Tech 1-7 L James Madison Spring 0-9 L Ohio State 0-6 L Northern Illinois 1-5 L Toledo 4-5 L Virginia Commonwealth 6-2 W Cincinnati 0-7 L Furman 2-5 L Jacksonville 1-8 L Rollins # L Mount St. Mary’s # L George Washington 1-7 L Temple 0-8 L Rutgers # L Miami, Ohio 6-3 W Rhode Island&* 0-9 L George Washington* 1-8 L Temple* *Atlantic 10 Tournament # Forfeit 1994 (8-10)

Record Book Martha Thorn Fall 1-5 L James Madison Spring 7-2 W Toledo 1-6 L St. Bonaventure 4-5 L Maryland 2-7 L Furman 8-1 W UNC Charlotte 5-4 W East Tennessee State 2-7 L Murray State 3-6 L North Carolina Greensboro 5-4 W Mount St. Mary’s 7-2 W Georgetown 5-0 W Duquesne 1-8 L Temple 0-9 L Rutgers 9-0 W American 6-3 W St. Bonaventure* 3-6 L George Washington* 1-8 L Rutgers* *Atlantic 10 Tournament 1995 (15-11) Martha Thorn

Fall 9-0 W Memphis 4-5 L Louisville 5-4 W Southern Illinois 8-1 W Georgetown 1-5 L Virginia Tech Spring 1-8 L Ohio State 1-8 L Temple 8-1 W Cincinnati 9-0 W Toledo 4-3 W Cornell 0-7 L Georgia Tech 5-2 W Georgia State 4-5 L Old Dominion 5-4 W Furman 1-5 L Seton Hall 5-4 W James Madison 3-6 L Virginia Tech 1-5 L Maryland 9-0 W George Washington 1-5 L Rutgers 6-0 W Marshall 7-2 W North Carolina Charlotte 7-2 W Georgetown 9-0 W St. Joseph’s* 2-7 L Rutgers* 7-2 W Massachusetts* * Atlantic 10 Tournament 1996 (8-12) Martha Thorn

Fall 2-7 L 8-0 W Spring 3-4 L 3-6 L 2-5 L 7-2 W

Pennsylvania Temple Ohio State Virginia Tech Maryland Toledo

6-3 W James Madison 3-6 L Boston 4-5 L Penn State 2-7 L Seton Hall 2-5 L Rutgers 5-2 W Columbia 4-5 L George Washington 5-4 W Georgetown 4-5 L Marshall 4-2 W East Tennessee State 4-1 W Connecticut* 0-4 L Miami, Fla.* 4-3 W Rutgers* 0-4 L Seton Hall* *Big East Tournament 1997 (13-10) Martha Thorn

Fall 2-5 L Syracuse 5-2 W James Madison 2-5 L Virginia Spring 3-4 L Ohio State 0-7 L Maryland 2-7 L Virginia Tech 7-2 W East Tennessee State 1-8 L Charleston, S.C. 2-7 L Georgia Tech 7-2 W Furman 8-1 W James Madison 9-0 W Connecticut 6-0 W Temple 2-7 L Penn State 8-1 W Marshall 6-1 W George Washington 5-4 W Rutgers 4-1 W Georgetown 4-0 W Pitt 4-0 W St. John’s* 4-3 W Seton Hall* 1-4 L Miami, Fla.* 0-4 L Boston College* *Big East Tournament 1998 (13-10) Martha Thorn

Fall 5-2 W 3-5 L 4-5 L Spring 0-7 L 1-6 L 1-8 L 1-7 L 6-3 W 6-3 W 5-4 W 4-1 W 2-7 L 6-3 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 4-5 L

Seton Hall Harvard Cornell Ohio State Maryland Richmond Virginia Commonwealth Marshall James Madison Texas San Antonio Penn State Virginia Tech Davidson Pitt Rutgers Seton Hall

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9-0 W Connecticut 6-1 W Georgetown 6-0 W Providence 4-0 W Villanova* 4-2 W Seton Hall* 0-4 L Notre Dame* 1-4 L Syracuse* *Big East Tournament 1999 (10-12) Martha Thorn

Fall 5-1 L Dartmouth 5-2 L Seton Hall 5-1 W George Washington Spring 2-5 L Penn State 5-2 W American 0-7 L Ohio State 0-9 L Maryland 3-4 L Marshall 3-4 L Eastern Michigan 5 2 W Seton Hall 2-7 L James Madison 2-7 L Old Dominion 5-4 W College of Charleston 1-8 L Virginia Tech 4-3 W George Washington 4-2 W Rutgers 5-0 W Georgetown 4-0 W Pitt 4-0 W Villanova* 0-4 L Syracuse* 4-1 W Georgetown* 1-4 L Seton Hall* *Big East Tournament 2000 (5-14) Martha Thorn 0-9 L Ohio State 0-9 L Marquette 2-7 L Maryland 0-9 L Penn State 4-5 L Marshall 3-5 L East Tennessee State 0-9 L Virginia Tech 9-0 W Akron 2-7 L Old Dominion 3-6 L Cincinnati 1-7 L James Madison 1-8 L Boston University 5-4 W Rutgers 3-5 L Georgetown 5-3 W Providence 5-0 W Pitt* 0-5 L Miami* 1-5 L Boston College* 5-3 W Georgetown* *Big East Tournament 2001 (8-13) Alicia Von Lossberg 5-4 W Duquesne 0-7 L Ohio State 1-6 L Missouri

Record Book 1-6 L Maryland 2-5 L Syracuse 2-5 L Boston College 0-7 L Penn State 7-0 W Pitt 1-6 L Virginia Tech 3-4 L George Washington 0-7 L Notre Dame 3-4 L James Madison 0-7 L Richmond 7-0 W UNC-Wilmington 6-1 W Maryland Baltimore County 7-0 W Seton Hall 5-2 W Rutgers 3-4 L American 6-1 W Georgetown 4-2 W Boston College* 1-4 L Syracuse* *Big East Tournament 2002 (5-15) Dan Silverstein L Ohio State L Maryland W Maryland Baltimore

0-7 0-7 4-3 County 0-7 L 2-5 L 1-4 L 4-3 W 1-6 L 4-3 W 3-4 L 0-7 L 0-7 L 0-7 L 0-4 L 4-3 W 1-6 L 2-5 L 1-6 L 1-6 L 4-3 W

Marshall George Washington Eastern Michigan Toledo Penn State Binghamton Lehigh Miami Boston College Virginia Tech Syracuse Pitt Rutgers Seton Hall Connecticut Georgetown Duquesne

2003 (12-10) Dan Silverstein 3-4 L Arkansas Little Rock 0-7 L Virginia Tech 6-1 W Pitt 3-4 L Connecticut 3-4 L Syracuse 1-6 L Alabama 0-7 L Maryland 6-1 W Lehigh 4-3 W UNC Charlotte 6-1 W Western Carolina 2-7 L BYU Hawaii 3-4 L Hawaii 4-3 W Wyoming 6-1 W St. John’s 6-1 W Georgetown 1-4 L Rutgers 4-0 W Seton Hall 7-0 W Robert Morris 7-0 W Duquesne

4-3 W UMBC 0-7 L Marshall 7-0 W Wright State 2004 (10-9) Dan Silverstein 6-1 W Wright State 0-7 L Miami 7-0 W St. Bonaventure 4-3 W St. John’s 6-1 W Duquesne 7-0 W Georgetown 3-4 L Cincinnati 0-7 L Louisville 4-3 W Cal State Northridge 5-2 W Colgate 6-0 W Morgan State 2-5 L Rutgers 3-4 L Seton Hall 0-7 L Syracuse 6-1 W Toledo 5-2 W Pitt 2-5 L Connecticut 2-4 L UMBC 1-6 L Virginia Tech 2005 (16-7) Dan Silverstein 4-2 W Cincinnati 0-7 L William and Mary 4-2 W Campbell 0-5 L VCU 3-1 W East Carolina 6-0 W Wright State 0-7 L Louisville 6-1 W Toledo 3-4 L Southern Mississippi 4-3 W Troy State 7-0 W Hofstra 6-0 W St. Bonaventure 4-3 W Connecticut 1-6 L Syracuse 0-7 L St. John’s 6-1 W Seton Hall 5-2 W Rutgers 6-1 W Georgetown 6-1 W Duquesne 7-0 W Pitt 6-1 W Villanova 1-4 L St. John’s* 4-2 W Seton Hall* *Big East Tournament 2006 (11-12) Dan Silverstein 7-0 W Wright State 0-7 L William and Mary 2-5 L East Tennessee State 1-6 L Ohio State 1-6 L Missouri 7-0 W Cincinnati 6-1 W Pitt 1-6 L Marshall 1-6 L DePaul 3-4 L St. John’s 53

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0-4 L Syracuse 2 4 L Lamar 2 4 L Arkansas-Little Rock 7-0 W Georgetown 4-2 W Maryland-Baltimore County 5 1 W Villanova 4-3 W Rutgers 4-0 W Duquesne 4-1 W Seton Hall* 0-4 L South Florida* 4-2 W Syracuse* 1-4 L St. John’s* *Big East Tournament 2007 (13-12) Marc Walters 7-0 W Morehead State 7-0 W Akron 0-7 L Ohio State 1-6 L Maryland 7-0 W Youngstown State 1-6 L Marshall 1-6 L Penn State 5-2 W Syracuse 4-3 W Maryland-Baltimore County 4-3 W Cincinnati 0-7 L South Florida 5-4 W California University (Pa.) 2-5 L Brown 4-3 W Pitt 1-4 L Southern Mississippi 1-6 L Troy 7-0 W Long Island 2-5 L San Diego 7-0 W Villanova 3-4 L Duquesne 7-0 W Georgetown 6-1 W Rutgers 4-2 L Rutgers* 4-1 W St. Johns* 4-3 L Seton Hall* *Big East Tournament 2008 (15-10) Marc Walters 6-1 W Morehead State 0-7 L Marshall 5-2 W Liberty 4-3 W Eastern Michigan 5-2 W Akron 3-4 L Pitt 0-7 L Penn State 7-0 W Columbia 0-7 L Brown 5-2 W Rhode Island 4-3 W Seton Hall 4-3 W Cincinnati 6-1 W California (Pa.) 9-0 W Barton 9-0 W Mount Olive 1-6 L Coastal Carolina 3-4 L Duquesne 7-0 W Presbyterian 3-4 L UMBC 7-0 W Villanova

Record Book 6-1 W Connecticut 1-6 L Rutgers 3-4 L St. John’s* 4-2 W Connecticut* 3-4 L Pitt* *Big East Tournament 2009 (9-17) Marc Walters 2-5 L Akron 0-7 L Marshall 4-3 W James Madison 1-6 L Richmond 1-6 L Syracuse 3-4 L Pitt 5-2 W Morehead State 5-2 W Seton Hall 5-2 L UMBC 8-1 W Charleston (W.Va.) 1-6 L Nebraska 1-6 L Iowa 0-7 L Maryland 1-6 L Brown 3-4 L Idaho 7-0 W Villanova 2-5 L Army 6-1 W New Orleans 2-5 L Troy 1-6 L Southern Miss 2-5 L Lamar 7-0 W Georgetown 1-6 L Rutgers 5-2 W Connecticut 0-4 L Syracuse* 2-4 L St. John’s* *Big East Tournament

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5-2 W Liberty 4-3 W James Madison 0-7 L Marshall 1-6 L Miami (Ohio) 4-3 W Eastern Kentucky 5-2 W Pitt 4-3 W Georgetown 6-1 W Connecticut 5-2 W Cincinnati 6-1 W Morehead State 6-1 W West Virginia State 4-3 W California, Pa. 4-3 W Coastal Carolina 1-6 L Missouri 4-3 W Houston 2-5 L Chicago State 1-6 L DePaul 6-1 W Seton Hall 6-1 W Duquesne 4-0 W Villanova 1-6 L Rutgers 4-2 W Cincinnati* 0-4 L Notre Dame* *Big East Tournament 2011 (8-14) Tina Samara 1-6 L Bowling Green 0-7 L Louisville 4-0 W Morehead State 1-6 L James Madison 2-5 L Liberty 0-7 L Marshall 5-2 W Pitt 3-4 L California, Pa. 0-7 L Syracuse 5-2 W Duquesne 1-6 L Cincinnati 4-1 W Army 7-0 W Providence 6-1 W Seton Hall

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0-7 L South Carolina State 6-1 W South Carolina Upstate 0-7 L Richmond 1-6 L Rutgers 2-5 L Marquette 5-2 W Connecticut 0-4 L Rutgers* 2-4 L St. John’s* *Big East Tournament 2012 (4-16) Tina Samara 0-7 L Ohio State 3-4 L Morehead State 0-7 L Virginia 2-5 L Pitt 0-7 L Akron 4-3 W George Washington 4-3 W Connecticut 1-6 L Marquette 2-5 L Cincinnati 4-3 W Dayton 1-6 L Syracuse 2-5 L Duquesne 1-6 L Marshall 5-2 W Eastern Michigan 0-7 L Univ. of North Florida 0-7 L Stetson 1-6 L Univ. of Central Florida 2-5 L California Pa. 3-4 L Seton Hall 1-6 L Rutgers 2013 (4-17) Tina Samara 1-6 L Ohio State 4-3 W Marshall 1-6 L Syracuse 1-6 L Buffalo 1-6 L William & Mary 1-6 L VCU 2-5 L Penn State 2-5 L Virginia Tech 5-2 W Marquette 7-0 W California Pa. 6-1 W Rutgers 3-4 L TCU 1-6 L Baylor 1-6 L Texas Tech 0-7 L Texas 0-7 L Oklahoma State 0-7 L Oklahoma 2-5 L Iowa State 1-6 L Kansas 0-7 L Kansas State 0-4 L Kansas State

Awards & Honors

West Virginia Univeristy

Dr. E. Gordon Gee.........................Pg 56 Oliver Luck......................................Pg 57 Senior Staff.....................................Pg 58 Head Coaches................................Pg 59 Athletic Facilities...........................Pg 60 Media Information.......................Pg 61

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WVU PRESIDENT

E. GORDON

GEE

President

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Dr. E. Gordon Gee served as president of The Ohio State University from 1990 to 1997 and again from 2007 to 2013. Prior to his service at Ohio State, he led Vanderbilt University (2001-2007), Brown University (1998-2000), the University of Colorado (1985-1990), and West Virginia University (1981-1985). He returned to WVU to serve as president for a term in January 2014. Gee has served in higher education for more than three decades and in 2009 was named by Time magazine as one of the top-10 university presidents in the United States. Born in Vernal, Utah, Gee graduated from the University of Utah with an honors degree in history and earned his J.D. and Ed.D degrees from Columbia University. He clerked under Chief Justice David T. Lewis of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals before being named a judicial fellow and staff assistant to the U.S. Supreme Court. In this role, he worked for Chief Justice Warren Burger on administrative and legal problems of the Court and federal judiciary. Gee returned to Utah as an associate professor and associate dean in the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, and was granted full professorship in 1978. One year later, he was named dean of the West Virginia University Law School, and, in 1981, was appointed to that university’s presidency. Gee has been a member of several education-governance organizations and committees, including the Big Ten Conference Council of Presidents, the Inter-University Council of Ohio, the Business-Higher Education Forum, and the American Association of Universities. He was chair of the American Council on Education’s Commission on Higher Education Attainment and served as co-chair of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Energy Advisory Committee. In 2009, Gee was invited to join the International Advisory Board of King Adbulaziz University in Saudi Arabia. Active in a number of national professional and service organizations during his tenures, he has served on the boards for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc., Limited Brands, and the National 4-H Council. In 2011, Gee was appointed to serve as secretary on the Board of Directors of Ohio’s economic development program, JobsOhio. In 2011-2012, he was asked by Governor Kasich to chair both the Ohio Higher Education Capital Funding Collaborative and the Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission. And in December 2012, he was asked to serve on the Columbus Education Commission. Gee has received a number of honorary degrees, awards, fellowships, and recognitions. He is a fellow of the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest science organization. In 1994, Gee received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Utah, as well as from Teachers College of Columbia University. In 2013, he received the ACE Council of Fellows/Fidelity Investments Mentor Award and received the Outstanding Academic Leader of the Year Award on behalf of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He is the co-author of 11 books, including Law, Policy and Higher Education, published in 2012. He is also the author of numerous papers and articles on law and education. Gee’s daughter, Rebekah, is the Medicaid Medical Director for the State of Louisiana, and an assistant professor of Public Health and Medicine at Louisiana State University. She is also a Norman F. Gant/American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology/IOM Anniversary Fellow.

WVU DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

OLIVER

LUCK

Director of Athletics

West Virginia University

WVU’S DIRECTORS OF ATHLETICS Anthony Chez

1904-13

E.R. Sweetland

1913-14

George Pyle

1914-17

Harry Stansbury

1917-38

Roy “Legs” Hawley

1938-54

Robert “Red” Brown

1954-72

Leland Byrd

1972-78

Richard Martin

1978-81

Fred Schaus

1981-89

Ed Pastilong

1989-2010

Oliver Luck

2010-present

Successful at each of his previous career stops, Oliver Luck continues that streak at West Virginia University. A former Mountaineer quarterback, Luck, appointed the University’s 11th Director of Athletics by President James P. Clements on June 9, 2010, has made significant strides in his first three years to enhance WVU’s role as a major player in the collegiate world. In his first year, Luck hired four head coaches, while maintaining WVU’s superior level of success. In addition to new hires, Luck oversaw the progress of major capital projects, such as the $25 million WVU basketball practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball and the women’s soccer training complex. He also fostered an atmosphere for achievement and triumph in the classroom and on the field. In year two, Luck led WVU into the Big 12 Conference, oversaw the best fundraising year in school history, implemented several safety and crowd enhancements at Mountaineer sporting events, increased overall department revenue, continued a master plan for facility upgrades and watched his football program gain its third BCS bowl victory with a record-setting 70-33 win in the Orange Bowl. In year three, Luck oversaw the reseating of the WVU Coliseum to further increase WVU’s fundraising efforts. He added an 18th varsity sport - the return of men’s golf – teeing it up in 2015 for the first time since 1982, and he continues his tireless work on facility upgrades to keep the Mountaineers competitive in the Big 12. Luck’s athletic and professional career has been the epitome of success, first as a record-setting quarterback for the Mountaineers from 1978-81, then as a professional quarterback for the National Football League’s Houston Oilers, and later as a professional sports executive. Luck’s journey to the big chair at WVU began in his native Cleveland, where in 1977 he was named the Cleveland Touchdown Club Player of the Year at St. Ignatius High. Luck chose WVU over Ivy League schools Harvard and Yale, embarking upon a career that saw him establish school records for touchdown passes and completions during his playing days, while also leading the Mountaineers to a 26-6 upset victory over Florida in the 1981 Peach Bowl. His best season came as a senior in 1981 when he completed 216 of 394 passes for 2,448 yards and 16 touchdowns. He passed for a career-high 360 yards in a 27-24 loss to Syracuse at the Carrier Dome in the final regular-season game of his career. Luck ended his college career with 5,765 yards and 43 touchdown passes, both figures still ranking among the best in school history. Luck was a two-time team MVP in 1980 and 1981, and also received the Louis D. Meisel Award for the WVU football student-athlete with the highest grade point average. The two-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American was the recipient of Today’s Top Five, presented for scholastics by the NCAA and was selected by the National Football Foundation as one of its 10 scholar-athletes to make a keynote speech at its annual banquet in 1982. Selected in the second round of the NFL draft by the Houston Oilers (44th overall pick), Luck spent four years with the Oilers from 1982-86. His most extended action came in 1983 when he started six games and finished the season completing 124-of-217 passes for 1,375 yards and eight touchdowns. After retiring from football, Luck became vice president of business development for the NFL and later was appointed general manager of the Frankfurt Galaxy of the newly created World League of American Football. He spent the ’95 season as general manager of the Rhein Fire before being named President and CEO of NFL Europe in 1996. Luck totaled more than 10 years with the NFL, before becoming chief executive officer of the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority in 2001. In that role, Luck oversaw the development and management of a $1 billion professional sports and entertainment complex for the city of Houston that included Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros, Reliant Stadium, home of the Houston Texans, the Toyota Center, home of the Houston Rockets, Comets and Aeros and the Livestock Show and Rodeo. In 2005, Luck was appointed as the first president of Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamos, helping that organization to a pair of MLS Cup titles in his first two years at the helm. Luck secured the funding for an $80 million soccer complex to house the Dynamos when the call came to return to his alma mater. BBVA Compass Stadium was built and opened in 2012 adding to Luck’s legacy with the professional soccer team, and the overall Houston sports facility complexes. He returned in May, 2012 for the opening ceremony of the soccer stadium that he fought so hard for. Prior to his current position at WVU, Luck was appointed to a four-year term on the West Virginia University Board of Governors, a spot he relinquished to become director of athletics. The Rhodes Scholar finalist graduated Phi Beta Kappa from WVU in 1982. He also earned a law degree from Texas, graduating cum laude in 1987. In 1997, Luck was inducted into the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame, and in 2000, he was inducted into the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame. “It’s an incredible honor for me to be the athletic director at my alma mater,” said Luck. “I care deeply about this school, and WVU is truly one of the outstanding land-grant universities in the country. I am so pleased to be a part of the leadership team assembled under President Clements at a dynamic and strategic time in its history.” He is married to the former Kathy Wilson. They have two sons and two daughters: Andrew, a former All-American quarterback and two-time Heisman Trophy finalist at Stanford and No. 1 overall pick of the 2012 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts; Mary Ellen, a senior volleyball player at Stanford; Emily, a sophomore at Stanford and Addison, who attends Morgantown High.

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SENIOR STAFF

MIKE PARSONS

TERRI HOWES

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director

MICHAEL SZUL

MAC Executive Director

MICHAEL FRAGALE

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Associate Athletic Director

Sports Administration, SWA

Business Operations

Communications

MATT WELLS

LACEY GIBSON

APRIL MESSERLY

Associate Athletic Director

Assistant Athletic Director

Assistant Athletic Director

Marketing and Sales

Compliance

Facilities and Operations

KEVIN MILLER

Assistant Athletic Director Annual Fund

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MATT BORMAN

KELI CUNNINGHAM

Deputy Director of Athletics

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BEN MURRAY

Assistant Athletic Director Major Gifts and Capital Campaigns

MOUNTAINEER HEAD COACHES

JASON BUTTS

MIKE CAREY

SEAN CLEARY

Gymnastics

Women’s Basketball

Cross Country/Track

BOB HUGGINS

JON HAMMOND

DANA HOLGORSEN

MIHA LISAC

JIMMY KING

JILL KRAMER

MARLON LEBLANC

Volleyball

Men’s Soccer

VIC RIGGS

CRAIG TURNBULL

Men’s Basketball

NIKKI IZZO-BROWN Women’s Soccer

Rifle

Rowing

RANDY MAZEY Baseball

Football

Swimming and Diving

Tennis

Wrestling

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Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium

Caperton Indoor Facility

Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium

Dreamswork Field

Cary Gym

WVU Wrestling Pavilion

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WVU Rifle Range

WVU Boathouse

WVU Coliseum

Basketball Practice Facility

WVU Natatorium

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WHAT TO KNOW WHEN COVERING WVU DIRECTIONS TO MOUNTAINEER TENNIS COURTS

From I-68 Take the Pierpont Road (mile marker 7) exit and follow signs toward the football stadium by heading West onto WV 857. At second traffic light, turn left (south) on US 119. Drive up a steep hill; the Morgantown airport will be on your left. Continue straight past several car dealerships and at the second light turn right onto WV 705. Turn left at the sixth traffic light onto Van Voorhis Road. The road becomes Patteson Drive when crossing University Avenue. Proceed up Patteson to the light at Jerry West Boulevard. Go straight at the light into the Coliseum parking lots. Turn right on to Gale Catlett Drive. Parking for soccer is available in the Shell Building lot. Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium is located below the Shell Building lot. From I-79 Take the Star City/WVU (mile marker 155) exit and follow signs to West Virginia University, heading south on US 19 and across the Star City Bridge. Proceed up Monongahela Boulevard past Texas Roadhouse. Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium is just ahead on the right. Parking is available in the Shell Building lot (next to Mountaineer Track).

MEDIA SERVICES

The West Virginia University sports communications office will be available throughout the entire 2013-14 tennis season to accommodate any media requests. Following are some guidelines that should make it easy for media members to cover the West Virginia tennis team. Any additional questions should be directed to tennis contact Jonathan Hevron.

DURING THE WEEK

WVUSPORTS.COM

WVUsports.com is the place for media and fans to go for the latest on Mountaineer baseball. Player and coaching staff bios are available at the click of a finger by going to WVUsports. com. Updated following each game, WVUsports.com is your place to find the latest statistics for Mountaineer tennis. Not only will you find this season’s stats and stories, but you will also be able to find the WVU record book for some historical perspective.

DIRECTIONS TO RIDGEVIEW RACQUET CLUB

From Downtown Morgantown From all points in downtown Morgantown, take Stewartstown Road to intersection at Route 119W. Turn left onto 119W and continue 1.3 miles to Bakers Ridge Road and travel 0.7 miles to Ridgeview Business Park. Turn left into the park and proceed on Everhart Drive to Ridgeview Racquet Club.

Any member of the media wishing to interview a player or member of the coaching staff during the week should contact West Virginia tennis contact Jonathan Hevron, via email (jon.hevron@mail.wvu.edu) or by phone (304-293-2821), at least 24 hours in advance. Cell phone numbers will not be made available and all WVU student-athletes have been instructed to not conduct interviews without prior approval of the sports communications staff.

RECEIVING INFORMATION

Media members may receive tennis press releases, notes and more via email. To receive such press releases, game recaps and more, simply email your requests to jon.hevron@ mail.wvu.edu.

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WVU SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF Michael Fragale Assistant Athletic Director, Communications

SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS

The West Virginia University Sports Communication Office is located in the WVU Coliseum near the Red Gate. The main sports communications office is Room 214

John Antonik Director of New Media Bryan Messerly Sports Information Director Mike Montoro Director of Football Communications

MAILING ADDRESS

Sports Communications Office West Virginia University P.O. Box 0877 Morgantown, WV 26507-0877

OVERNIGHT SHIPPING ADDRESS

Sports Communications Office West Virginia University 214 Coliseum Monongahela Blvd. Morgantown, WV 26505

PHONE INFORMATION

Office: 304-293-2821 Fax: 304-293-4105

Joe Swan Sports Publications Director Katie Kane Associate Sports Information Director JONATHAN HEVRON Graduate Assistant

Shannon McNamara Assistant Sports Information Director Grant Dovey Assistant Sports Information Director

TENNIS CONTACT

Jonathan Hevron Graduate Assistant Office: 304-293-2821 Cell: 248-978-5066 E-mail: jon.hevron@mail.wvu.edu

Kristin Coldsnow Multimedia Specialist Lisa Ammons Business Manager Amy Prunty Program Assistant Cheryl Maust Program Assistant Nick Arthur Graduate Assistant Eva Buchman Graduate Assistant Jonathan Hevron Graduate Assistant Jonathan Harkey Graduate Student

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