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2015-16 WOMEN’S TENNIS

2014 HORIZON LEAGUE REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS


CLEVELAND STATE VIKING WOMEN’S TENNIS

Front Row (L-R): Jana Schober, Morgan Nix, Princess Gbadamosi, Victoria Bensimon, Katy Quillin. Back Row (L-R): Associate Head Coach Frank Polito, Aleksandra Golawska, Mathilde Orange, Head Coach Brian Etzkin. Not Pictured: Isabella Spindler.

CLEVELAND STATE MEN’S

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GUIDE CONTENTS History & Records..........................17-21 All-Time Letterwinners................ 18 Varsity C Honors. ........................ 19 Awards & Honors......................... 19 Records........................................... 20 Yearly Records. ............................. 20 Year-By-Year Results. .................. 21 2014 HL Regular Season Champs...... 22 2015-16 Headshot Roster. ............... IBC

2015-16 Team Picture........................ IFC ‘By The Numbers’............................. IFC-1 Quick Facts/Schedule............................ 2 2015-16 Player Bios. ............................3-9 Mathilde Orange. ........................... 4 Victoria Bensimon. ......................... 5 Princess Gbadamosi. ....................... 6 Aleksandra Golawska.................... 7 Jana Schober.................................... 8 Morgan Nix...................................... 9 Katy Quillin..................................... 9 Isabella Spindler............................. 9 2015-16 Coach Bios.........................10-12 Brian Etzkin.............................. 10-11 Frank Polito. ................................. 12 2014-15 In Review.............................13-16 Season Review................................ 14 Season Statistics........................... 15 Horizon League. ............................ 16

CREDITS

The 2015-16 Cleveland State Women’s Tennis Media Guide was written and designed by Renee Adam, Assistant SID. Edited by Greg Murphy, Sports Information Director. Photography done by Brian Hart and Rich Beninghof. Cleveland State University is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran status, and to equal access in education and employment. Cleveland State University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity employer and especially encourages applications from minorities and women, persons with handicaps or disabilities, and disabled and Vietnam era veterans.

TENNIS BY THE NUMBERS

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ITA S cholar -A thletes

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HORIZON LEAGUE P layer s o f t h e Y ear

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HORIZON LEAGUE Coacheso f t h e Year

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All-League H onorees


CLEVELAND STATE WOMEN’S TENNIS QUICK FACTS CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY Location.......................................................................... Cleveland, Ohio Founded.................................................................Cleveland State, 1964 ..................................................................................... Fenn College, 1929 Enrollment....................................................................................... 17,323 Colors................................................................................Green & White Nickname.......................................................................................Vikings Affiliation........................................................................Horizon League President........................................................... Dr. Ronald M. Berkman Director of Athletics.............................................................. John Parry Sport Administrator.....................................Virnette House-Browning Athletic Phone.....................................................................216-687-5119 Facility (Indoor).................................Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion .................................................................................. To open Spring 2016

2015-16 Schedule

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year............................................................................................. 1979 All-Time Record........................................................................... 251-399 NCAA Appearances.............................................................................. ---

JANUARY 22 TOLEDO...........................................................7:00 p.m. 23 DUQUESNE.....................................................3:00 p.m. 29 at West Virginia.................................................4:00 p.m.

CLEVELAND STATE WOMEN’S TENNIS Head Coach............................... Brian Etzkin (Southern Illinois, 1998) Record at Cleveland State........................... 172-166 (.508), 13 Seasons Overall Record..................................................................................Same Associate Head Coach............Frank Polito (Eastern Michigan, 1990) Women’s Tennis Office Phone..........................................216-687-4811 2015 Overall Record........................................................................... 9-14 2015 Horizon League Record............................................................. 5-3 2015 Horizon League Finish.............................................................. 3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................................................5/1 Newcomers............................................................................................... 3

FEBRUARY 6 at Northern Illinois...........................................1:00 p.m. 7 at Butler...........................................................12:00 p.m. 12 BOWLING GREEN........................................1:00 p.m. 27 at Western Michigan........................................3:00 p.m. 28 at Michigan State............................................ 11:00 a.m.

CLEVELAND STATE SPORTS INFORMATION Director...............................................................................Greg Murphy Assistant Director (Tennis Contact).................................Renee Adam Office........................................................................216-687-5115 Email..........................................................r.adam@csuohio.edu Athletics Website..............................................www.CSUVikings.com

APRIL 2 at Oakland*.......................................................4:30 p.m. 3 at Detroit*..........................................................4:00 p.m. 8 YOUNGSTOWN STATE*..............................3:00 p.m. 9 IUPUI...............................................................12:00 p.m. OBERLIN..........................................................4:00 p.m. 16 MILWAUKEE*............................................... 11:00 a.m. CASE WESTERN RESERVE.........................3:00 p.m. 17 GREEN BAY*...................................................2:00 p.m. 23 at UIC*............................................................. 11:00 a.m. 24 at Valparaiso*....................................................4:00 p.m. 29 at Horizon League Tournament............................. TBA 30 at Horizon League Tournament............................. TBA

SEPTEMBER 18 at Akron Shootout....................................................NTS 19 at Akron Shootout....................................................NTS 20 at Akron Shootout....................................................NTS 25 at Hoosier Classic.....................................................NTS 26 at Hoosier Classic.....................................................NTS 27 at Hoosier Classic.....................................................NTS OCTOBER 9 at UB Invitational.....................................................NTS 10 at UB Invitational.....................................................NTS 11 at UB Invitational.....................................................NTS 22 at ITA Midwest Regional.........................................NTS 23 at ITA Midwest Regional.........................................NTS

MARCH 9 AKRON.............................................................3:00 p.m. 15 at Florida Tech..................................................1:00 p.m. 16 at UCF.............................................................. 10:00 a.m. 26 NORTHERN KENTUCKY*........................ 10:00 a.m. 27 WRIGHT STATE*.........................................12:00 p.m.

MAY 1 at Horizon League Tournament............................. TBA * - Horizon League Match | BOLD - Home Events Times listed as EST | Dates & Times subject to change


CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS Player & Coach Bios


MATHILDE ORANGE SR | COLOMBES, FRANCE 2014-15 // JUNIOR SEASON Named Second Team All-Horizon League…finished the season with a 16-18 singles record – spending the spring season at the top three singles spots…had a stretch where she won seven of 10 singles matches during the middle of the season, including three victories over league opponents… ended the season playing at No. 1 singles where she posted a 3-3 record over the final six matches… notched a 6-5 singles record during the fall season. 2013-14 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Posted a 15-14 singles record on the season, playing throughout the middle part of the lineup…tallied a 5-3 record against league opponents…won five out of her last six matches to end the spring season…recorded the clinching point in multiple league contests at the end of the regular season… went 3-3 in singles play during the fall season, including a 2-1 record at the Cornell Invite. 2012-13 // FRESHMAN SEASON Named Second Team All-Horizon League… joined the Vikings for the spring season, posting an 8-15 singles record playing mostly at the No. 1 spot…had a stretch during the season when she won four of five matches, including league victories against Green Bay (4/7), Valparaiso (4/14) and Wright State (4/21)…teamed with Nicole Janek to play No. 3 doubles, posting a 5-1 record against Horizon League opponents during the spring. BEFORE CLEVELAND STATE Reached a top-30 ranking during her junior career…has trained with Matheiu Moriot among others during her career…achieved a 2/6 rating in France with wins against higher rated players. PERSONAL Born May 21, 1994 in Colombes, France…daughter of Remy and Christine Orange…has one sister, Margaux.

ORANGE’S CAREER STATS

SINGLES Year Overall 1 2 3 4 5 2012-13 8-15 7-10 0-4 1-1 -- -- 2013-14 15-14 -- -- 1-0 9-6 2-5 2014-15 16-18 3-5 3-7 4-1 -- -- Total 39-47 10-15 3-11 6-2 9-6 2-5

6 HL Fall -- 3-4 --- 5-3 3-3 -- 5-3 6-5 -- 13-10 9-8

DOUBLES Year Overall 1 2 3 HL 2012-13 12-9 -- 1-1 11-8 4-1 2013-14 9-12 0-3 3-1 1-5 1-0 2014-15 9-19 -- 3-6 4-9 -- Total 30-40 0-3 7-8 16-22 5-1

Fall -5-3 2-4 7-7


VICTORIA BENSIMON JR | COCOA BEACH, FLA. 2014-15 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Named Second Team All-Horizon League…finished the season with a 19-13 singles record, including a 6-2 mark against league opponents…played the majority of the spring season in the top half of the lineup…named the Horizon League Player of the Week on February 10 after picking up a pair of No. 2 singles wins against No. 75 Michigan State and Toledo…ended the season winning five of her last seven matches…teamed with Ellen Folkers as Cleveland State’s top doubles team during the spring, posting a 7-5 record at the No. 1 spot…tallied a 7-3 singles record during the fall season and a 4-3 doubles mark…teamed with Jana Schober to win the Doubles A Flight at the UB Fall Invite with a 2-0 record…named the Horizon League Player of the Week on October 14 after picking up the UB Fall Invite doubles title and recording a 2-1 singles mark at the tournament. 2013-14 // FRESHMAN SEASON Finished the season with a 17-12 singles record, including a perfect 6-0 record in Horizon League play…saw action throughout the bottom half of the singles lineup… finished the season on a ninematch win streak, with all but one win coming in straight sets… also tallied a 15-12 doubles record on the year, including a 5-2 mark in league play teaming with Kara Sherwood and Alex Bush…named Horizon League Player of the Week (Sept. 23) after going 3-1 in doubles play and 2-1 in singles action at the Ball State Invite during the fall season. HIGH SCHOOL Ranked as a Top-30 junior player in the state of Florida…led her team to a fourth and fifth place finish at the Florida State Tournament…posted a 41-4 record over a two-year span during her high school campaign. PERSONAL Born in Cocoa Beach, Florida…Daughter of Marco and Simone Bensimon… junior coach was Joey Jones…plans to major in psychology and pre-med with a biology minor.

BENSIMON’S CAREER STATS

SINGLES Year Overall 1 2 3 4 5 6 HL Fall 2013-14 17-12 -- -- 0-2 0-2 2-1 7-2 6-0 8-5 2014-15 19-13 3-6 3-1 5-2 1-1 -- -- 6-2 7-3 Total 36-25 3-6 3-1 5-4 1-3 2-1 7-2 12-2 15-8

DOUBLES Year Overall 1 2 2013-14 15-12 0-1 -- 2014-15 13-12 8-9 1-0 Total 28-24 8-10 1-0

3 HL 8-6 5-2 -- 3-2 8-6 8-4

Fall 7-5 4-3 11-8


PRINCESS GBADAMOSI JR | HOUSTON, TEXAS 2014-15 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Finished the season with a 17-15 overall singles record and a 14-15 overall doubles mark…finished the spring season winning five of her last seven matches, including four wins against league opponents…was a steady part of the singles lineup during Horizon League play, notching a 5-3 singles record against league opponents during the regular season…tallied matching 5-4 singles and doubles marks during the fall season. 2013-14 // FRESHMAN SEASON Posted a team-high 18 singles wins throughout the season, including an 11-11 mark in the spring… spent time at every spot in the singles lineup throughout the year, playing the majority of the season at No. 5 singles…posted three straight wins multiple times throughout the season…went 3-1 at the Spartan Invitational during the fall season, claiming the A Singles Backdraw title. HIGH SCHOOL Four-time First Team All-District honoree… claimed the Texas 5A State Girls Doubles crown as a senior – while also finishing as a semifinalist as a sophomore and junior…two-time Texas 5A Region Doubles champion (So. & Sr.)…led her team to the Texas 5A State finals as a freshman. PERSONAL Born April 18, 1995 in Houston, Texas…daughter of Rasaki and Bisayo Gbadamosi…has two brothers, Rasaki Jr. and Prince, and one sister, Precious…Rasaki currently plays tennis at Prairie-View A&M, and Precious currently plays tennis at Montana…member of the National Honor Society in high school… plans to major in chemical engineering.

GBADAMOSI’S CAREER STATS

SINGLES Year Overall 1 2 3 4 5 6 HL Fall 2013-14 18-17 0-4 0-1 1-1 1-0 7-5 2-0 4-4 7-6 2014-15 17-15 -- -- -- 2-3 9-7 1-1 5-3 5-4 Total 35-32 0-4 0-1 1-1 3-3 16-12 3-1 9-7 12-10

DOUBLES Year Overall 1 2 3 HL Fall 2013-14 13-19 0-3 6-8 1-2 1-3 6-6 2014-15 14-15 -- 6-6 3-5 3-4 5-4 Total 27-34 0-3 12-14 4-7 4-7 11-10


ALEKSANDRA GOLAWSKA S0 | GDANSK, POLAND 2014-15 // FRESHMAN SEASON Notched a 17-12 overall singles record on the season, including a 12-9 mark during the spring… had a team-best 7-1 record in Horizon League singles play, and was undefeated against league opponents until the last regular season match…won eight straight matches during the middle of the season – posting Cleveland State’s longest singles win streak of the year…posted a 5-3 singles record during the fall season…finished as the runner-up in the Singles C Flight at the UB Fall Invite, falling to former Viking Ellen Folkers in the championship match. PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Highly ranked junior player in Poland…captured a first place doubles finish at the 2011 Gdynia Cup…also earned a top finish at the 2011 National Junior Olympics. PERSONAL Born June 8, 1995 in Bridgeport, Connecticut…daughter of Kris and Magda Golawska…has one brother, Sebastian, and two sisters, Natalia and Aneta…plans on majoring in psychology.

GOLAWSKA’S CAREER STATS

SINGLES Year Overall 1 2 3 4 5 6 HL Fall 2014-15 17-12 -- -- -- 5-2 2-0 5-7 7-1 5-3 Total 17-12 -- -- -- 5-2 2-0 5-7 7-1 5-3

DOUBLES Year Overall 1 2 3 HL Fall 2014-15 10-16 0-1 2-2 5-8 2-5 3-5 Total 10-16 0-1 2-2 5-8 2-5 3-5


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SCHOBER SO | THAUR, AUSTRIA

2014-15 // FRESHMAN SEASON Posted a 10-20 singles record and a 12-14 doubles mark during her first season of collegiate tennis… notched six of her wins during the final four weeks of the season, going 6-3 during this stretch…tallied a 5-3 doubles record during the fall season…teamed with Victoria Bensimon to win the Doubles A Flight at the UB Fall Invite with a 2-0 record. PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Earned a top-30 ranking in Austria during her junior career and a top-5 ranking in Tyrol…captured the 2014 Tyrolian Championship…was a finalist in the Inntalcup. PERSONAL Born January 31, 1996 in Tirol…daughter of Susanne and Franz Schober…has one brother, Julian, and one sister, Paula…plans on majoring in international business.

SCHOBER’S CAREER STATS

SINGLES Year Overall 1 2 3 4 5 6 HL Fall 2014-15 10-20 -- -- 0-5 1-4 0-3 6-3 4-4 3-5 Total 10-20 -- -- 0-5 1-4 0-3 6-3 4-4 3-5

DOUBLES Year Overall 1 2 3 HL Fall 2014-15 12-14 1-5 2-2 4-4 2-5 5-3 Total 12-14 1-5 2-2 4-4 2-5 5-3


MORGAN NIX FR | McKINNEY, TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL Played two years of high school tennis at McKinney Boyd…was a Texas Class 5A District 10 Doubles Champion and Texas Class 5A Region 2 Qualifier as a freshman…earned Second Team AllDistrict singles honors and Co-First Team doubles honors as a sophomore…led McKinney Boyd to a Regional Championship and third place finish at the state tournament during 2012…trained at Brookhaven Tennis Academy throughout her junior career, qualifying for Winter Nationals, Hard Court Nationals, and Clay Court Nationals…was ranked as high as No. 7 in the state of Texas and No. 128 in the Nation. PERSONAL Born March 26, 1997 in McKinney, Texas…daughter of Gina and Shawn Nix…has one brother, Evan who plays tennis at Texas Tech…named to the Honor Roll throughout high school…plans on majoring in biology and pre-med.

KATY OUILLIN FR | BAY VILLAGE, OHIO HIGH SCHOOL Three-time All-West Shore Conference honoree…named the conference MVP as a junior and the conference Rookie of the Year as a freshman…qualified for the state tournament in doubles as a sophomore…district qualifier in doubles as a freshman…district qualifier in singles as a senior…led Bay High School to a West Shore Conference championship as a sophomore. PERSONAL Born June 11, 1996…daughter of Bill and Carol Quillin…named to the honor roll all four years of high school…plans on majoring in marketing.

ISABELLA SPINDLER FR | CLARKSTON, MICH. HIGH SCHOOL Posted a 75-6 record during her high school campaign at Clarkston High School…three-time state tournament qualifier, finishing second as a freshman and third as a sophomore…three-time league and regional individual champion…named the Best Athlete at Clarkston High School…tabbed Best Tennis Player in Oakland County…awarded the Hoxie Memorial Award from the USTA as a junior. PERSONAL Born October 2, 1997 in Detroit, Michigan…daughter of Marc and Rochelle Spindler…has one brother, Rocco, and two sisters, Gabriella and Dominique…her father played in the NFL for 10 seasons, while her sister Gabriella is a senior on the tennis team at West Point…plans on majoring in psychology.


BRIAN ETZKIN HEAD COACH | 14 SEASON AT CSU th

Over the past 13 seasons Brian Etzkin has turned the Cleveland State women’s tennis program into one of the top teams in the Horizon League, and he will be looking to continue that success during the 2015-16 season. Etzkin became the head coach at CSU prior the 2002-03 season, taking over a women’s program that was in dire need of rebuilding. And the change came quickly, as the Vikings won 10 matches during Etzkin’s second year and have finished .500 or better in 10 of his 13 seasons. The winningest coach in school history, Etzkin reached an impressive milestone during the 2012-13 season, recording his 150th career victory with the women’s program. Entering the 2015-16 season, Etzkin has an overall record of 172-166 at the helm of the Vikings. Etzkin’s success on the court has translated into an array of Horizon League accolades, including three Horizon League Coach of the Year awards (2004, 2011, 2014). He has mentored 17 All-League honorees, two Horizon League Players of the Year (Sarah Galon-2005 and Lauren Golick-2014), and two Horizon League Newcomers of the Year (Sarah Galon-2004 and Lauren Golick-2014). During Etzkin’s tenure, two Vikings have earned First Team honors every year of their career - Sarah Galon (2004, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07) and Catrine Bjerrehus (2009, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12). The Vikings are just as impressive off the court, as Victoria Bensimon, Ellen Folkers, Mathilde Orange, and Jana Schober were named ITA Scholar-Athletes last year. The women’s team has also received ITA All-Academic Team honors nine times under Etzkin, including last season when they posted a team grade point average of 3.5 for the 2014-15 academic year. Three Vikings have also been awarded the Horizon League Herb Foster Sportsmanship Award, including Sarah Galon who was a two-time recipient (2006, 2007). Charlotte Gibbons (2010) and Morgan Ungerott (2008) also earned the accolade during their time at CSU. Etzkin has also encouraged his players to become community leaders. Over the past 12 years four members of the women’s tennis team have been officers in the Cleveland State Student-Athlete Advisory Council – Victoria Bensimon, Nicole Janek, Sarah Galon and Morgan Ungerott. In addition, the Vikings have gotten involved in many community service projects over the years, including working at the Cleveland Food Bank, adopting a second grade class at Marion-Sterling Elementary school in downtown Cleveland and spending time at the Devon Oaks Assisted Living facility.

ETZKIN COACHING HIGHLIGHTS

All-time winningest coach in CSU history with 172 wins // Nine-Time ITA All-Academic Team 2004, 2011 & 2014 Horizon League Coach of the Year


Etzkin was born in Cleveland and raised in Wooster, but returned to Northeast Ohio after working as an assistant men’s tennis coach at Michigan State. While with the Spartans, he assisted in every aspect of the program, including serving as recruiting coordinator. He also worked as the assistant tennis professional at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility in addition to being the Tennis Director and Head Pro at Walnut Hills Country Club. Prior to working with Michigan State, Etzkin spent two years as an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s teams at Western Illinois University from 1998-2000. Etzkin also coached the 2002 Midwest Junior Davis Cup team to the national championship in Columbia, S.C. He is an active United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Certified Teaching Pro. Etzkin played college tennis for four years at Southern-Illinois University-Carbondale, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology. As a senior in 1998, he received GTE Academic All-American honors and was a two-time Missouri Valley Conference AllAcademic selection.

THE ETZKIN COACHING FILE

Cleveland State (2002 - Present) Year W L Pct. 2002-03 2 24 .077 2003-04 10 17 .370 2004-05 14 12 .538 2005-06 18 11 .621 2006-07 15 12 .556 2007-08 18 9 .667 2008-09 17 11 .607 2009-10 15 12 .556 2010-11 13 12 .520 2011-12 16 9 .640 2012-13 13 11 .542 2013-14 12 12 .500 2014-15 9 14 .391 Career 172 166 .508

He later returned to school, earning a master’s degree in sport management from Western Illinois in 2000, while serving as a graduate assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams. Etzkin and his wife, Holly, have one son, Aaron (4 1/2 years old), and reside in Moreland Hills.


FRANK POLITO ASSOC. HEAD COACH | 4 SEASON AT CSU th

Frank Polito will begin his second year as the Cleveland State women’s tennis associate head coach during the 2015-16 season, and his fourth year overall with the Viking tennis program. Polito is in his second stint with the Vikings, as he was also an assistant coach from September 2012 through February 2014. During Polito’s first stint at Cleveland State, the women’s team advanced to the semifinals of the Horizon League Tournament for the fourth straight season, and had three players earn postseason honors. During Polito’s six-month hiatus from Cleveland State (February 2014-July 2014), he served as the head boys and girls coach at Hawken School in Gates Mills, Ohio. Polito joined the Cleveland State coaching staff during the 2012-13 season after a six-year stint as an assistant coach with the women’s tennis team at Georgia. During his tenure, the Bulldogs posted an overall record of 139-29, won two regular season SEC championships, claimed three SEC tournament titles and advanced past the round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament three times. Georgia also finished the year ranked in the ITA top-10 five out of his six years. For his efforts with the Bulldogs, Polito was named the 2008 Wilson/Intercollegiate Tennis Association South Region Assistant Coach of the Year, and promoted to associate head coach in September of 2010. Prior to his time in Athens, Polito spent two years as an assistant coach at Kansas (2004-06) and two years in the same position at Ohio State (2001-03). With the Jayhawks, Polito’s coaching and recruiting efforts helped make dramatic improvements on and off the court, culminating with ITA All-Academic Team honors and an ITA No. 59 ranking following the 2006 season. At Ohio State, Polito led the Buckeyes to a combined record of 31-19 and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2002, he was honored as the ITA Midwest Region Assistant Coach of the Year. Polito also served as the head coach at LouisianaMonroe (1999-2001), head coach at Akron (1997-99), assistant coach and interim head coach at Kansas (1996-97), head coach at Sienna Heights (1995) and head coach at Eastern Michigan (1990-95). Polito is a 1990 graduate of Eastern Michigan, where he was a four-year letterwinner for the Eagles, and team captain during his senior year. The Lorain, Ohio native earned a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and film from EMU.


CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS 2014-15 Season Review


2014-15 SEASON REVIEW FOLKERS EARNS ITA SINGLES RANKING For the first time under head coach Brian Etkzin a Viking was recognized in the ITA Division I College Tennis Rankings, as Ellen Folkers picked up a No. 106 ranking to begin the 2015 spring season. Folkers, who earned her national ranking after going 8-1 during the fall season, was one of just two Horizon League players to be ranked in the preseason rankings. TRIO OF VIKINGS NAMED ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE For the third straight season, the Vikings had three players earn postseason accolades from the Horizon League, as Ellen Folkers was named First Team All-League and Victoria Bensimon and Mathilde Orange were tabbed Second Team All-League. This trio served as Cleveland State’s top-three singles players throughout the spring, with Orange picking up league honors for the second time in her career, and Bensimon and Folkers earning the honors for the first time. VIKINGS EARN ITA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE RECOGNITION For the ninth time under head coach Brian Etzkin the Vikings earned ITA All-Academic Team honors, posting a 3.573 grade point average for the 2014-15 academic year. Cleveland State also had four individuals honored as ITA Scholar-Athletes, as Victoria Bensimon, Ellen Folkers, Mathilde Orange, and Jana Schober all posted at least a 3.50 grade point average for the 2014-15 academic year. FOLKERS NOTCHES 20-WIN SEASON For the first time since the 2011-12 season, Cleveland State had a player record 20 singles wins, as Ellen Folkers posted a 22-9 singles record during the 2014-15 season. Folkers posted an 8-1 mark during the fall season, and then tallied a 14-8 record during dual match play. During the spring season, Folkers played throughout the lineup, finishing the year at No. 2 singles. BENSIMON PICKS UP HORIZON LEAGUE WEEKLY HONOR Victoria Bensimon was the lone Viking to earn Horizon League weekly accolades during the spring season, as she was named the Player of the Week on February 10. Bensimon earned the honor after going 2-0 at No. 2 singles and 1-1 at No. 1 doubles against nationally ranked Michigan State and Toledo. This marked the third weekly honor for Bensimon during her Cleveland State career.

2014-15 RESULTS September 19-20 Bowling Green Invite NTS 26-28 West Virginia Invite NTS October 10-12 Buffalo Invite NTS 16-17 ITA Midwest Regional NTS January 25 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L, 4-3 29 at Ohio State L, 7-0 31 DEPAUL L, 7-0 February 7 at Michigan State L, 5-2 8 at Toledo L, 5-2 13 at Bowling Green W, 5-2 15 BALL STATE L, 6-1 20 at Akron L, 5-2 March 8 at Hawaii Pacific L, 4-3 9 at Hawaii Hilo W, 7-0 12 at BYU Hawaii L, 8-1 20 at IPFW L, 5-2 21 at Wright State* W, 5-2 28 DETROIT* L, 4-3 29 OAKLAND* W, 6-1 April 3 at Youngstown St.* L, 6-1 4 at Duquesne W, 5-2 11 at Green Bay* W, 7-0 12 at Milwaukee* L, 4-3 18 VALPARAISO* W, 7-0 19 UIC* W, 4-3 24 vs. Oakland# W, 4-1 25 vs. Detroit# L, 4-3 *-HL Match | #-HL Championship


2014-15 OVERALL STATS 2014-15 Women’s Statistics & Results 9-14 Overall Individual Singles Records

Overall 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Tour. Victoria Bensimon 19-13 3-6 3-1 5-2 1-1 -- -- 7-3 Ellen Folkers 22-9 0-3 7-1 4-1 2-2 1-1 -- 8-1 Princess Gbadamosi 17-15 -- -- -- 2-3 9-7 1-1 5-4 Aleksandra Golawska 17-12 -- -- -- 5-2 2-0 5-7 5-3 Lauren Golick 5-4 0-3 -- -- -- -- -- 5-1 Mathilde Orange 16-18 3-5 3-7 4-1 -- -- -- 6-5 Jana Schober 10-20 -- -- 0-5 1-4 0-3 6-3 3-5 TEAM TOTAL 106-91 6-17 13-9 13-9 11-12 12-11 12-11 39-22

Doubles Records Overall 1st 2nd 3rd Tour. Bensimon/Golawska 1-2 -- -- -- 1-2 Gbadamosi/Schobr 2-1 -- -- -- 2-1 Folkers/Golick 3-2 0-1 0-1 -- 3-0 Folkers/Schober 1-1 -- -- -- 1-1 Gbadamosi/Golick 2-1 -- -- -- 2-1 Golawska/Orange 2-6 -- -- 1-4 1-2 Bensimon/Folkers 8-5 7-5 -- -- 1-0 Gbadamosi/Orange 7-12 -- 3-5 3-5 1-2 Folkers/Golawska 1-1 -- -- -- 1-1 Bensimon/Schober 3-5 1-4 -- -- 2-1 Golawska/Schober 6-7 0-1 2-2 4-4 -Folkers/Gbadamosi 2-1 -- 2-1 -- -Folkers/Orange 0-1 -- 0-1 -- -Bensimon/Gbadamosi 1-0 -- 1-0 -- -TEAM TOTAL 39-45 8-11 8-10 8-13 15-11

2014-15 LEAGUE STATS 2014-15 Women’s Statistics & Results 5-3 Horizon League Overall Victoria Bensimon 6-2 Ellen Folkers 6-2 Princess Gbadamosi 5-3 Aleksandra Golawska 7-1 Mathilde Orange 5-3 Jana Schober 4-4 TEAM TOTAL 33-15

Individual Singles Records 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 1-1 1-1 4-0 -- -- -0-2 6-0 -- -- -- --- -- -- 2-2 3-1 --- -- -- 3-1 2-0 2-0 2-2 -- 3-1 -- -- --- -- -- -- 0-2 4-2 3-5 7-1 7-1 5-3 5-3 6-2

Doubles Records Overall 1st 2nd 3rd Bensimon/Folkers 3-2 3-2 -- -Gbadamosi/Orange 3-4 -- 1-3 2-1 Golawska/Schober 2-5 -- 1-2 1-3 TEAM TOTAL 8-11 3-2 2-5 3-4


2015 HORIZON LEAGUE

HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

First Round (3) Cleveland State 4, (6) Oakland 1 (4) UIC 4, (5) Milwaukee 1 Semifinals (2) Detroit 4, (3) Cleveland State 3 (1) Youngstown State 4, (4) UIC 1

Orange Bensimon Folkers Player of the Year Marta Burak, Youngstown State Freshman of the Year Sasha Nionova, Detroit Coach of the Year Mickael Sopel, Youngstown State Herb Foster Sportsmanship Stephanie Londre, Green Bay

First Team All-Horizon League Marta Burak, Youngstown State Keti Mebuke, UIC Sasha Nionova, Detroit Dominika Lackova, Youngstown State Jacki Altansarnai, UIC Ellen Folkers, Cleveland State Second Team All-Horizon League Camille Sabourin, Oakland Victoria Bensimon, Cleveland State Mathilde Orange, Cleveland State Annina Brendel, Youngstown State Valeryia Kulikovskaya, Detroit Anna Davydova, Detroit

Championship (1) Youngstown State 4, (2) Detroit 2 FINAL WOMEN’S STANDINGS

Overall League W L W L Youngstown State 17 9 8 0 Detroit 16 9 7 1 Cleveland State 9 14 5 3 UIC 10 11 5 3 Milwaukee 6 16 4 4 Oakland 4 16 3 5 Wright State 17 11 3 5 Valparaiso 3 17 1 7 Green Bay 2 17 0 8


CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS History & Records


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -B-

-H-

Victoria Bensimon................. 14, 15 Sanda Bjelan................ 08, 09, 10, 11 Catrine Bjerrehus........ 09, 10, 11, 12 Kristen Blayney.......... 91, 92, 93, 94 Sandra Benevidez......................... 94 Rebekah Bicksler........ 02, 03, 04, 05 Barbara Bobic................................ 01 Liz Bobic.................................. 98, 99 Betty Borowski.............................. 79 Tammy Bridges............................. 84 Sabah Bryant................................. 94 Alex Bush.................... 11, 12, 13, 14 Pamela Byrne.......................... 83, 84

Melissa Holzinger.................. 08, 09

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Nicole Janek................ 10, 11, 12, 13 Erin Johnson...................... 00, 01, 02

Marcella Capozziello............. 04, 05 Brandy Cera................ 98, 99, 00, 01 Amanda Cerny....................... 03, 04 Kristin Chamberlain.............. 06, 07 Hyun Chong..................... 80, 81, 82 Im Sook Chong............................. 84 Ransook Chong...................... 81, 82 Sook Chong............................. 79, 80 Vickie Clark....................... 95, 96, 97 Marianne Corrao.......................... 85 Adrianne Costanzo.... 97, 98, 99, 00 Sharon Currier............ 85, 86, 87, 88 Barb Cvelbar................................. 97

-D-

Carlotta Davis............................... 83 Vicki Dezman................................ 95 Molly Drake............................ 09, 10 Iris Drier.................................. 96, 97 Darvelle Dunn........................ 92, 93

-E-

Bridget Ebenger............................ 94

-F-

Mary Finnegan........... 81, 82, 83, 84 Therese Finnegan......................... 87 Pat Finnegan................................. 83 Lisa Fiske....................................... 84 Ellen Folkers..................... 13, 14, 15 Eileen Forrey................................. 83 Joanne French............................... 81

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Mary Kay Gallagher.................... 92 Sarah Galon................. 04, 05, 06, 07 Princess Gbadamosi............. 14, 15 Sterrin Gefert................................ 00 Nora Gerson............................ 96, 97 Charlotte Gibbons...... 07, 08, 09, 10 Aleksandra Golawska................ 15 Lauren Golick............................... 14 Joye Gulley.................................... 79

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-K-

Rachel Kasunic....................... 98, 99 Meghan Kellogg........................... 01 Colleen Kenney...................... 91, 92 Eugenia Kern.............. 94, 95, 96, 97 Karen Kinkopf.............................. 88 Shannon Kraustok........................ 93 Gigi Kuper..................................... 89 Kelly Kuper................................... 92 Niki Kuper........................ 89, 91, 92

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Kendra Lamb................................ 95 Maria Lazaris.............. 10, 11, 12, 13 Kim Lewis............................... 89, 91 Mengdi Liu.................. 10, 11, 12, 13

-P-

Chrystyna Pawluk....................... 83 Myra Pepino................................. 09 Alex Power.................. 11, 12, 13, 14 Carol Prince................................... 85

-R-

Paulina Reyes.......................... 03, 04 Lisa Russica............................. 86, 88

-S-

Francis Schmidt................ 89, 91, 92 Jana Schober................................. 15 Andrea Sedlay........................ 98, 99 Leslie Sebastian................ 86, 88, 89 Lindsay Sellers............ 05, 06, 07, 08 Diana Serafini............................... 01 Audrey Shade............. 00, 01, 02, 03 Charlene Shaft.............................. 93 Katie Shears................................... 03 Kara Sherwood........... 11, 12, 13, 14 Krista Shoaff.................................. 94 Julie Stephin............................ 89, 91 Jenni Stevins.................................. 95 Debbie Stieber......................... 98, 99 Irina Strembitsky.......................... 02 Mandy Sweeney........................... 03 Nancy Sypek................................. 80

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Jackie Tabb............................... 08, 09 Edith Tait....................................... 79 Jeannette Thompson.................... 83 Margaret Tletski............... 85, 87, 88 Kim Trevis..................................... 84

-U-

Morgan Ungerott........ 04, 05, 06, 07

-V-

Denise Vlna....................... 82, 83, 84 Christine Vogelgesang... 05, 06, 07, 08

-W-

Michelle Wade.................. 85, 86, 87 Diane Warns...................... 86, 87, 88 Jinny Welch................................... 95 Cheryl White................................. 95 Diedre White................................. 02 Betty Wolfe.............................. 79, 80

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Minako Yamamoto................. 80, 81

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Irene Zawadiwsky..... 79, 80, 81, 82 Luba Zawadiwsky..... 81, 82, 83, 84 Bold indicates returning letterwinners

-M-

Eva Maliniak........................... 98, 99 Ivona Maric................................... 03 Fatima Martin................... 00, 01, 02 Mary McGinty.................. 83, 84, 85 Lori McGrath................................ 83 Denisa Muntean......... 07, 08, 09, 10 Jenn Myers.................. 05, 06, 07, 08

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Rebecca Nabert............................. 96

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Mathilde Orange............. 13, 14, 15 Rebecca Orlowski......................... 96

Catrine Bjerrehus was a four-year letterwinner for the Vikings from 2008-2012, and a two-time recepient of the Most Outstanding Player award.


AWARDS & HONORS ALL-LEAGUE HONORS

MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER

Player of the Year Sarah Galon.....................................2005 Lauren Golick.................................2014 Newcomer of the Year Sarah Galon.....................................2004 Lauren Golick.................................2014 Irina Strembitsky............................2001 Coach of the Year Brian Etzkin................. 2004, 2011, 2014 Teresa Baker....................................2001 First Team Alex Bush........................................2014 Catrine Bjerrehus....2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Ellen Folkers...........................................2015 Sarah Galon.......2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Lauren Golick.................................2014 Irina Strembitsky............................2001 Second Team Victoria Bensimon..........................2015 Alex Bush.............................. 2011, 2013 Melissa Holzinger..........................2008 Jackie Tabb.......................................2008 Charlotte Gibbons......2007, 2009, 2010 Nicole Janek....................................2010 Maria Lazaris........................2010, 2012 Fatima Martin.................................2002 Mathilde Orange..................2013, 2015 Alex Power......................................2013 Kara Sherwood...............................2014 Morgan Ungerott............................2006 Herb Foster Sportsmanship Award Sarah Galon...........................2006, 2007 Charlotte Gibbons..........................2010 Morgan Ungerott............................2008

20 - Win Club // Singles Ellen Folkers..........................................2015 Alex Power.............................................2012 Nicole Janek...........................................2012 Kara Sherwood......................................2012 Alex Bush............................................... 2011 Maria Lazaris.............................................22 Sanda Bjelan.................................2008, 2009 Catrine Bjerrehus...................................2009 Myra Pepino..........................................2009 Denisa Muntean....................................2008 Charlotte Gibbons.......................2007, 2008 Sarah Galon............................................2007 Jenn Myers.............................................2006

Morgan Ungerott was named the 2008 Herb Foster Sportsmanship Award winner and earned Second Team honors during 2006.

TOURNAMENT FINISHES Horizon League 2014-15....................................... 3rd of 6 2013-14...................................... 2nd of 6 2012-13....................................... 3rd of 6 2011-12...................................... 2nd of 6 2010-11...................................... 2nd of 6 2009-10....................................... 3rd of 6 2008-09........................................5th of 8 2007-08........................................4th of 8 2006-07....................................... 3rd of 8 2005-06........................................5th of 8 2004-05........................................5th of 8 2003-04........................................4th of 8 2002-03........................................8th of 8 2001-02........................................7th of 8 2000-01........................................5th of 7 1999-00........................................7th of 7 1998-99........................................6th of 7 1997-98........................................6th of 7 1996-97........................................7th of 8 1995-96........................................8th of 8 1994-95.................................... Not Held 1993-94....................................10th of 10 Mid-Continent Conference 1992-93....................................10th of 10 North Star Conference 1991-92........................................7th of 7 1990-91........................................8th of 8 1989-90........................................8th of 8

1979....................... Betty Borowski 1980.......................... Nancy Sypek 1981.................Irene Zawadiwsky 1982...........................Hyun Chong 1983............................ Denise Vlna 1984............................ Denise Vlna 1985.......................Margret Tletski 1986........................Michelle Wade 1987........................Michelle Wade 1988....................... Sharon Currier 1990-91.........................Niki Kuper 1991-92.................Kristen Blayney 1992-93.................Kristen Blayney 1993-94.................Kristen Blayney 1994-95.....................Eugenia Kern 1995-96.....................Eugenia Kern 1996-97...........Adrienne Costanzo 1997-98.......................Brandy Cera 1998-99.......................Brandy Cera 1999-00.......................Brandy Cera 2000-01.............. Irina Strembitsky 2001-02...................Fatima Marton 2002-03.................... Paulina Reyes 2003-04....................... Sarah Galon 2004-05....................... Sarah Galon 2005-06....................... Sarah Galon 2006-07....................... Sarah Galon 2007-08...................... Sanda Bjelan 2008-09.............. Catrine Bjerrehus 2009-10.............. Catrine Bjerrehus 2010-11...........................Alex Bush 2011-12........................ Alex Power 2012-13................. Kara Sherwood 2013-14................. Kara Sherwood 2014-15.............Victoria Bensimon


SEASON RECORDS Individual Records

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year

W L

Coach

1979-80

0

8

Jane Pease

1980-81

6

3

Susan Ziegler

1981-82

5

5

Susan Ziegler

1982-83

7

3

Susan Ziegler

1983-84

10

2

Sheryl Smith

1984-85

2

4

Sheryl Smith

1985-86

7

2

Sheryl Smith

1986-87

4

7

Robert Malaga

1987-88

5

12

Robert Malaga

1988-89

1

5

Robert Malaga

1989-90

0

10

John Bondea

1990-91

0

7

John Bondea

1991-92

0

10

Charles Mosley

1992-93

0

14

Charles Mosley

1993-94

2

11

Charles Mosley

1994-95

0

11

Charles Mosley

1995-96

0

10

Rick Kroboth

1996-97

2

14

Kroboth/Heilbron

1997-98

4

22

Teresa Baker

1998-99

5

21

Teresa Baker

1999-00

7

16

Teresa Baker

2000-01

5

17

Teresa Baker

2001-02

7

19

Sandy Geringer

2002-03

2

24

Brian Etzkin

2003-04

10

17

Brian Etzkin

2004-05

14

12

Brian Etzkin

2005-06

18

11

Brian Etzkin

2006-07

15

12

Brian Etzkin

2007-08

18

9

Brian Etzkin

2008-09

17

11

Brian Etzkin

2009-10

15

12

Brian Etzkin

2010-11 13 12

Brian Etzkin

2011-12

16

9

Brian Etzkin

2012-13

13

11

Brian Etzkin

2013-14

12

12

Brian Etzkin

2014-15

9

14

Brian Etzkin

Overall

251

399

32 years

1. 2. 5. 6. 9.

Most Singles Wins - Season Denisa Muntean (2007-08)......................... 26-9 Sarah Galon (2006-07)...............................25-11 Sanda Bjelan (2007-08)..............................25-11 Alex Power (2011-12)................................ 25-12 Nicole Janek (2011-12)...............................24-11 Jenn Myers (2005-06).................................23-11 Sanda Bjelan (2008-09)............................. 23-12 Alex Bush (2010-11).................................. 23-10 Ellen Folkers (2014-15)............................... 22-9 Maria Lazaris (2009-10)............................ 22-13 Myra Pepino (2008-09)............................. 22-14

Most Singles Wins - Career 1. Sarah Galon (2003-07).............................. 79-48 2. Kara Sherwood (2010-14)......................... 74-60 3. Charlotte Gibbons (2006-10).................... 72-52 4. Sanda Bjelan (2007-11).............................. 71-46 Maria Lazaris (2009-13)............................ 71-56 6. Nicole Janek (2009-13).............................. 70-46 7. Catrine Bjerrehus (2008-12)..................... 62-76 8. Alex Bush (2010-14).................................. 59-47 9. Jenn Myers (2004-08)................................ 57-34 10. Alex Power (2010-14)............................... 55-48

1. 2. 5. 7. 8.

Charlotte Gibbons Sarah Galon

Most Doubles Wins - Season Sarah Galon/Morgan Ungerott (05-06)... 22-8 Sanda Bjelan/Myra Pepino (08-09).......... 19-6 Catrine Bjerrehus/Charlotte Gibbons (09-10)....19-8 Melissa Holzinger/Jackie Tabb (08-09).... 19-10 Jenn Myers/Christine Vogelgesang (05-06)... 18-8 Sarah Galon/Morgan Ungerott (03-04)... 18-10 Catrine Bjerrehus/Charlotte Gibbons (08-09)... 17-15 Sarah Galon/Morgan Ungerott (04-05)... 16-8

Team Records

Most Wins 18 ................................................................. 2005-06 Best Winning Percentage .833..................................................... 1983-84 (10-2) Most League Wins 7 .................2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2013-14 Sanda Bjelan


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS *Since Brian Etzkin took over the CSU program during the 2002-03 season

2002-03 Overall Record: 2-24 S 21 at Oakland L S 29 at Dayton L O 6 ST. FRANCIS L O 12 BUFFALO L O 19 at IUPUI L O 20 at IPFW L F 1 CALIFORNIA-PA. L F 7 at YSU * L F 16 at Greensboro Coll. W vs. NC A&T L F 20 EASTERN ILLINOIS L M 1 at Green Bay * L M 2 at Milwaukee * L M 10 vs. Austin Peay L M 11 vs. Binghamton L M 19 at Pittsburgh L M 22 DETROIT * L M 23 at Toledo L A 5 WRIGHT STATE * L A 6 ST. BONAVENTURE L A 12 BUTLER * L A 13 UIC * L A 15 IPFW L A 16 ROBERT MORRIS W A 26 vs. UIC # L vs. Detroit # L

5-2 7-0 5-2 7-0 7-0 7-0 7-0 7-0 7-2 5-2 7-0 7-0 6-1 6-1 7-0 7-0 6-1 6-1 6-0 7-0 7-0 7-0 4-3 7-0 4-0 4-0

2003-04 Overall Record: 10-17 S 20 ST. FRANCIS W S 28 GREEN BAY * L O 10 at Buffalo L O 19 IPFW L F 1 TOLEDO L F 6 vs. Eastern Illinois L F 7 at IPFW W F 21 CHICAGO STATE W F 22 at Ohio State L F 27 at Niagara L F 29 MILWAUKEE * W M 5 at Dayton L M 6 vs. UIC * L M 7 at Wright State * W M 14 vs. Baker W M 15 vs. William Jewell W vs. Long Island L M 16 vs. Fairfield L M 25 PITTSBURGH L M 26 at Detroit * W M 27 at Oakland W A 3 vs. Southern Indiana L A 4 at Butler * L A 17 YSU * L A 24 vs. Green Bay # W vs. Butler # L A 25 vs. YSU # L

6-1 6-1 7-0 4-3 7-0 6-0 5-1 4-3 7-0 7-0 5-2 6-1 7-0 5-2 7-0 6-1 4-3 6-1 6-1 4-3 6-1 4-3 6-1 6-1 4-3 4-0 4-0

2004-05 Overall Record: 14-12 S 5 at St. Francis W 7-0 S 10 at Akron W 4-3 S 19 BUFFALO L 6-1 O 11 NIAGARA L 4-3 O 12 IPFW W 6-1 J 22 at Ohio State L 7-0 J 28 DAYTON L 5-2 J 30 ROBERT MORRIS W 7-0 ST. BONAVENTURE W 7-0 F 11 OAKLAND W 5-2 F 19 at Toledo L 6-1 F 20 at Michigan State L 7-0 F 25 at Green Bay * W 4-3 F 26 at Milwaukee * W 4-3 M 5 CHICAGO STATE W 5-2 M 6 at YSU * L 5-2 M 13 vs. Stephen F. Austin L 5-2 M 14 vs. Illinois Wesleyan W 7-0 vs. Bucknell L 7-0 M 15 vs. Tiffin W 7-0 A 1 at IPFW W 5-2 A 9 DETROIT * W 4-3 A 10 WRIGHT STATE * W 4-3 A 16 BUTLER * L 5-2 A 17 UIC * L 7-0 A 23 vs. Wright State # L 4-0 2005-06 Overall Record: 17-11 O 9 IPFW W 5-2 ST. FRANCIS W 7-0 J 21 at Dayton L 4-3 J 22 at Michigan State L 7-0 J 27 ST. BONAVENTURE W 5-2

J 29 TOLEDO ROBERT MORRIS F 2 AKRON F 4 at Niagara F 5 at Buffalo F 17 vs. SEMO at IPFW F 18 vs. Oakland M 4 CHICAGO STATE M 5 YSU * M 12 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson M 13 vs. Fairfield vs. Hamilton M 14 vs. Wagner M 23 at Duquesne M 25 at Detroit * A 1 at Wright State * A 2 at Butler * A 8 GREEN BAY * A 9 MILWAUKEE * A 15 at UIC * A 21 vs. Wright State# A 22 vs. Detroit#

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

2006-07 Overall Record: 15-12 S 26 IPFW L 4-3 J 19 at Michigan State L 6-1 J 26 at Akron L 4-3 J 27 ST. FRANCIS W 7-0 J 28 at Toledo L 7-0 F 3 NIAGARA W 6-1 F 4 ST. BONAVENTURE W 7-0 F 9 at IPFW L 5-2 vs. IUPUI W 6-1 F 23 at YSU * W 4-3 F 25 at Robert Morris W 7-0 M 2 DAYTON W 5-2 M 3 OAKLAND W 4-3 CHICAGO STATE W 6-1 M 10 at Hawaii-Manoa L 5-2 M 11 at Hawaii-Pacific L 6-1 M 12 at Hawaii-Hilo W 4-3 M 14 at BYU-Hawaii L 7-0 A 6 UIC * L 5-2 A 7 WRIGHT STATE * W 6-1 A 13 at Milwaukee * W 7-0 A 14 at Green Bay * W 6-1 A 21 BUTLER * L 4-3 A 22 DETROIT * L 4-3 A 28 vs. Milwaukee# W 4-0 A 28 vs. UIC# L 4-0 A 29 vs. Detroit# W 4-1 2007-08 Overall Record: 18-9 J 20 at IPFW W 5-2 J 21 at Michigan State L 7-0 J 27 TOLEDO L 4-3 F 2 at St. Bonaventure W 7-0 F 3 at Niagara W 6-1 F 9 ST. FRANCIS W 7-0 F 16 at Dayton W 7-0 F 23 AKRON W 4-3 F 24 ROBERT MORRIS W 7-0 F 27 at Ohio State L 7-0 M 1 OAKLAND W 7-0 CHICAGO STATE W 4-3 M 9 vs. SIU-Edwardsville W 6-1 M 10 vs. Connecticut L 5-2 M 11 vs. Radford W 4-3 M 21 at Detroit * L 4-3 M 30 YSU * W 5-2 A 5 at Wright State * W 7-0 A 6 at Butler * L 4-3 A 11 GREEN BAY * W 7-0 A 12 MILWAUKEE * W 7-0 A 19 at Valparaiso* W 7-0 A 20 at UIC * L 4-3 A 25 vs. Valparaiso # W 4-0 A 26 vs. Green Bay # W 4-0 vs. UIC # L 4-2 A 27 vs. Detroit # L 4-3 2008-09 Overall Record: 17-11 J 23 at Bowling Green L 7-0 J 25 at DePaul L 7-0 J 31 ST. FRANCIS W 6-1 CASE WESTERN W 6-1 F 1 ST. BONAVENTURE W 5-1 F 7 NIAGARA W 5-2 ROBERT MORRIS W 7-0 F 13 at Akron L 5-2 F 21 at Michigan State L 7-0

F 28 at Toledo M 6 IPFW M 8 OAKLAND DAYTON M 15 vs. North Dakota M 16 vs. Long Island M 19 vs. Coastal Carolina vs. Fairleigh Dickinson M 27 at YSU * M 29 DETROIT * M 30 VALPARAISO * A 4 at Green Bay * A 5 at Milwaukee * A 11 at UIC * A 12 BUTLER * A 18 WRIGHT STATE * A 24 vs. Valparaiso # A 25 vs. YSU # vs. Milwaukee #

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

2009-10 Overall Record: 15-12 J 19 at Ohio State L 7-0 J 23 at Western Michigan L 6-1 J 24 at Michigan State L 6-1 J 30 at Purdue L 7-0 F 6 at Niagara W 7-0 F 7 at St. Bonaventure W 6-1 F 12 at IPFW W 6-1 F 13 DAYTON W 6-1 F 20 AKRON L 7-0 ROBERT MORRIS W 7-0 F 26 BOWLING GREEN L 5-2 F 28 TOLEDO L 5-2 OAKLAND W 7-0 M 7 YSU * W 6-1 M 14 vs. Saint Louis L 6-1 M 15 at Kansas L 6-1 M 17 at Iowa State L 6-1 M 18 vs. South Dakota W 6-0 M 27 GREEN BAY * W 6-1 M 28 MILWAUKEE * W 6-1 CASE WESTERN W 7-0 A 3 VALPARAISO * W 7-0 A 4 at UIC * L 6-1 A 10 WRIGHT STATE * W 7-0 A 11 BUTLER W 6-1 A 17 at Detroit * W 4-3 A 24 vs. Detroit # L 4-1 2010-11 Overall Record: 13-12 J 22 DUQUESNE W 6-1 J 23 at Ohio State L 7-0 J 28 at Bowling Green L 7-0 J 29 IPFW L 4-3 F 6 ST. BONAVENTURE W 7-0 F 13 DAYTON W 6-1 F 19 at Michigan State L 5-2 F 20 at Indiana L 7-0 F 25 at Toledo L 5-2 F 26 at Western Michigan L 5-2 M 6 at Akron L 7-0 OAKLAND W 6-1 M 15 at Louisiana Lafayette L 5-2 M 16 at Nicholls State W 4-3 M 18 at Lamar L 5-2 M 26 at Green Bay * W 7-0 M 27 at Milwaukee * W 7-0 A 2 VALPARAISO * W 7-0 A 3 UIC * L 6-1 A 9 at Wright State * W 6-1 A 10 at Butler * W 6-1 A 15 at YSU * W 6-1 A 16 DETROIT * W 7-0 A 22 vs. Butler # W 4-1 A 23 vs. UIC # L 4-1 2011-12 Overall Record: 16-9 J 21 at DePaul L 7-0 F 3 at IPFW W 4-3 F 4 at Michigan State L 5-2 F 10 XAVIER W 4-3 F 12 AKRON L 7-0 F 17 at Ball State W 5-2 F 19 TOLEDO W 4-3 CASE WESTERN W 7-0 F 25 BOWLING GREEN L 5-2 OAKLAND W 7-0 M 3 at Dayton W 7-0 M 4 at Indiana L 6-1 M 13 at Embry-Riddle L 6-3 M 14 at Florida Atlantic L 4-3 M 15 vs. Albany W 5-2

M 23 M 31 A 6 A 7 A 14 A 15 A 21 A 22 A 28 A 29

at Detroit * YSU * GREEN BAY * MILWAUKEE * at UIC * at Valparaiso * BUTLER * WRIGHT STATE * vs. Detroit # vs. UIC #

W W W W L W W W W L

4-3 5-2 6-1 6-1 5-2 7-0 7-0 6-1 4-0 4-0

2012-13 Overall Record: 13-10 J 20 at Harvard L 7-0 J 21 at Boston University L 7-0 F 1 at Toledo W 4-3 F 2 at Michigan State L 7-0 F 8 at Bowling Green L 6-1 F 15 at Xavier L 6-1 F 24 BALL STATE W 4-3 OAKLAND W 6-1 M 1 IPFW W 5-2 M 2 at Duquesne W 6-1 M 9 at Florida Atlantic W 4-3 M 11 at North Florida L 4-3 M 12 at Stetson L 7-0 M 24 DETROIT * W 5-2 M 30 at Youngstown State * L 5-2 A 6 at Milwaukee * W 4-3 A 7 at Green Bay * W 7-0 A 13 UIC * L 5-2 A 14 VALPARAISO * W 7-0 A 19 WALSH W 7-0 A 21 at Wright State * W 7-0 A 26 vs. Wright State # W 4-0 A 27 vs. Youngstown State # L 4-2 2013-14 Overall Record: 12-12 J 18 at Penn State L 5-2 J 25 AKRON L 6-1 J 31 at Michigan State L 7-0 F 1 at Ball State L 6-1 F 8 at Northern Illinois L 4-3 F 9 at IPFW W 5-2 F 14 BOWLING GREEN L 6-1 F 22 TOLEDO L 5-2 F 28 at Saint Louis W 4-3 M 1 at Southern Illinois L 4-3 M 8 at Abilene Christian L 4-3 M 9 at McMurry Univ. W 9-0 M 13 at Stephen F. Austin L 4-3 M 23 WRIGHT STATE* W 6-1 M 29 at Detroit* W 4-3 M 30 at Oakland* W 5-2 A 5 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* L 6-1 A 6 DUQUESNE W 6-1 A 12 GREEN BAY* W 7-0 A 13 MILWAUKEE* W 4-3 A 18 at UIC* W 4-3 A 19 at Valparaiso* W 7-0 A 26 vs. Detroit# W 4-1 A 27 vs. Youngstown State# L 4-2 2014-15 Overall Record: 9-14 J 25 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L J 29 at Ohio State L J 31 DEPAUL L F 7 at Michigan State L F 8 at Toledo L F 13 at Bowling Green W F 15 BALL STATE L F 20 at Akron L M 8 at Hawaii Pacific L M 9 at Hawaii Hilo W M 12 at BYU Hawaii L M 20 at IPFW L M 21 at Wright State* W M 28 DETROIT* L M 29 OAKLAND* W A 3 at Youngstown State* L A 4 at Duquesne W A 11 at Green Bay* W A 12 at Milwaukee* L A 18 VALPARAISO* W A 19 UIC* W A 24 vs. Oakland# W A 25 vs. Detroit# L * - Horizon League Contest # - Horizon League Championship ! - NCAA Championship

4-3 7-0 7-0 5-2 5-2 5-2 6-1 5-2 4-3 7-0 8-1 5-2 5-2 4-3 6-1 6-1 5-2 7-0 4-3 7-0 4-3 4-1 4-3


2014 REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS

2014 HORIZON LEAGUE REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS During the 2014 season, the Vikings captured their first-ever Horizon League Regular Season title, finishing the season with a 7-1 league record and earning the No. 1 seed in the Horizon League Tournament for the first time in program history. Cleveland State’s seven league victories tied for a program-high - and included CSU’s first-ever victory over perennial powerhouse UIC.


2015-16 ROSTER

Bensimon

Gbadamosi

Orange

Golawska

Quillin

Etzkin

Nix

Schober

Polito *Not Pictured: Isabella Spindler

CLEVELAND STATE VIKINGS

Victoria Bensimon. .............................................................................. Junior // Cocoa Beach, Fla. // Cocoa Beach Princess Gbadamosi. ...............................................................................................Junior // Houston, Texas // Klein Aleksandra Golawska................................................................................................Sophomore // Gdansk, Poland Morgan Nix. ................................................................................................... Freshman // McKinney, Texas // Boyd Mathilde Orange. ...................................................................................Senior // Colombes, France // Jean Paul II Katy Quillin..................................................................................................... Freshman // Bay Village, Ohio // Bay Jana Schober..........................................................................Sophomore // Thaur, Austria // Adolf Pichler Platz Isabella Spindler................................................................................... Freshman // Clarkston, Mich. // Clarkston Head Coach: ................................................................................................................... Brian Etzkin // 14th Season Associate Head Coach: . ..........................................................................................Frank Polito // Fourth Season


Senior Mathilde Orange

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