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2016-17 WOMEN’S TENNIS

2014 & 2016 HORIZON LEAGUE REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS


CLEVELAND STATE WOMEN’S TENNIS

F r o n t R o w ( L- R ) : K at y Q u i l l i n , I s a b e l l a S p i n d l e r , B l a n c h e L e n o a n . B a c k R o w ( L- R ) : V o l u n t e e r A s s i s ta n t C o a c h N o l a n M a r k s , A l e k s a n d r a G o l aw s k a , P r i n c e s s G b a d a m o s i , H e a d C o a c h B r i a n E t z k i n , V i c t o r i a B e n s i m o n , J a n a S c h o b e r , A s s o c i at e H e a d C o a c h F r a n k P o l i t o .

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GUIDE CONTENTS History & Records..........................19-26 All-Time Letterwinners................ 20 Awards & Honors......................... 21 Records........................................... 22 Year-By-Year Results. .............23-24 All-Time Records vs. Opponents... 24 2014 Horizon League Title. ......... 25 2016 Horizon League Title. ......... 26 Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion... IBC

2016-17 Team Picture........................ IFC ‘By The Numbers’............................. IFC-1 Quick Facts/Schedule............................ 2 2016-17 Player Bios. ..........................3-10 Victoria Bensimon. ......................... 4 Princess Gbadamosi. ....................... 5 Aleksandra Golawska.................... 6 Jana Schober.................................... 7 Katy Quillin..................................... 8 Isabella Spindler............................. 9 Blanche Lenoan............................. 10 2016-17 Coach Bios......................... 11-14 Brian Etzkin..............................12-13 Frank Polito. ................................. 14 2015-16 In Review.............................15-18 Season Review................................ 16 Season Statistics........................... 17 Horizon League. ............................ 18

CREDITS

The 2016-17 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.

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CLEVELAND STATE WOMEN’S TENNIS 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

Program History

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

Cleveland State Women’s Tennis

Head Coach............................... Brian Etzkin (Southern Illinois, 1998) Record at Cleveland State........................... 186-175 (.515), 14 Seasons Overall Record..................................................................................Same Associate Head Coach............Frank Polito (Eastern Michigan, 1990) Women’s Tennis Office Phone..........................................216-687-4811 2016 Overall Record........................................................................... 14-9 2016 Horizon League Record............................................................. 8-1 2016 Horizon League Finish............................................................... 1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................................................6/3 Newcomers............................................................................................... 1

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

2016-17 Schedule

SEPTEMBER 23 at Akron Shootout....................................................NTS 24 at Akron Shootout....................................................NTS 25 at Akron Shootout....................................................NTS OCTOBER 7 VIKING INVITATIONAL.................................... NTS 8 VIKING INVITATIONAL.................................... NTS 9 VIKING INVITATIONAL.................................... NTS 20 at ITA Midwest Regional.........................................NTS 21 at ITA Midwest Regional.........................................NTS NOVEMBER 4 at WMU Super Challenge.......................................NTS 5 at WMU Super Challenge.......................................NTS 6 at WMU Super Challenge.......................................NTS JANUARY 20 at Duquesne......................................................6:00 p.m. 22 at Michigan State..............................................2:00 p.m. 28 at Toledo............................................................3:00 p.m. FEBRUARY 3 WESTERN MICHIGAN................................3:00 p.m. OBERLIN..........................................................7:00 p.m. 10 CASE WESTERN............................................3:00 p.m. 11 NIAGARA........................................................6:00 p.m. 18 at DePaul...........................................................4:00 p.m. 19 at Bowling Green..............................................1:00 p.m. 25 at Akron.............................................................2:00 p.m. MARCH 4 BUTLER.......................................................... 10:00 a.m. ST. BONAVENTURE......................................2:00 p.m. 13 at Lamar.............................................................1:00 p.m. 15 at Sam Houston State.......................................2:00 p.m. 25 UIC*...................................................................2:00 p.m. 26 VALPARAISO*................................................2:00 p.m. APRIL 1 at Northern Kentucky*.................................. 11:00 a.m. 2 at Wright State*.................................................2:30 p.m. 8 OAKLAND*.....................................................2:00 p.m. 9 DETROIT MERCY*........................................2:00 p.m. 15 at Youngstown State*.......................................6:00 p.m. 22 at Milwaukee*...................................................2:00 p.m. 23 at Green Bay*.................................................. 11:00 a.m. 28 at Horizon League Tournament............................. TBA 29 at Horizon League Tournament............................. TBA 30 at Horizon League Tournament............................. TBA * - Horizon League Match | BOLD - Home Events Times listed as EST | Dates & Times subject to change

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CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS Player Bios


DOUBLES| 40-41 | 13-7 HL SINGLES| 54-41 | 21-2 HL

VICTORIA BENSIMON

SR | COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA

2015-16 // JUNIOR SEASON Finished the year with a team-best 18-16 singles record, including a 14-9 mark during the spring season playing throughout the middle of the lineup…became the 13th Viking all-time to record 50 career singles wins, finishing the season with 54 victories… finished the year on a 12-match singles winstreak – the second longest winstreak in program history…posted a perfect 9-0 record against Horizon League opponents…also went 12-17 in doubles play on the year, including a 5-3 record against league opponents with Morgan Nix. 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 nine-match 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.

VICTORIA BENSIMON


DOUBLES| 44-49 | 11-9 HL

SINGLES| 51-51 | 15-10 HL

PRINCESS GBADAMOSI

SR | HOUSTON, TEXAS

2015-16 // JUNIOR SEASON Finished the year with a 16-19 singles record, including a 10-13 mark during the spring season playing throughout the top half of the lineup…went 6-3 against Horizon League opponents…became the 14th Viking all-time to record 50 career singles wins, finishing the season with 51 victories…named the Horizon League Player of the Week (March 15) after picking up a No. 3 singles and No. 3 doubles win against Northeast Ohio rival Akron…picked up her second Horizon League Player of the Week honor (April 26) after going 2-0 at No. 4 singles and 2-0 in doubles play – leading the Vikings to a pair of victories over UIC and Valparaiso to clinch the regular season title…also went 17-15 in doubles play on the year, including a 7-2 record against league opponents with Mathilde Orange. 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.

PRINCESS GBADAMOSI


DOUBLES| 21-27 | 8-7 HL

SINGLES| 34-22 | 15-2 HL

ALEKSANDRA GOLAWSKA

JR | GDANSK, POLAND

2015-16 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Finished the season with a 17-10 singles record, including a team-best 15-7 mark during the spring…went 8-1 against Horizon League opponents playing at No. 4 and No. 5 singles…finished the year on a five-match singles winstreak and won nine of her last 10 matches…also went 11-11 in doubles play, including a 6-2 record against league opponents at No. 1 doubles with Isabella Spindler. 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.

ALEKSANDRA GOLAWSKA


DOUBLES| 13-19 | 2-5 HL SINGLES| 15-34| 6-7 HL

JANA SCHOBER

JR | THAUR, AUSTRIA

2015-16 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Finished the year with a 5-14 singles record…saw limited action during the spring season, posting a 5-7 record mostly at No. 6 singles…finished the year winning three out of her last five matches…also went 1-5 in doubles play, picking up her lone win of the season at No. 2 doubles against Oberlin. 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.

JANA SCHOBER


DOUBLES| 4-6 | --- HL SINGLES| 4-6 | --- HL

KATY QUILLIN

SO | BAY VILLAGE, OHIO

2015-16 // FRESHMAN SEASON Saw limited action for the Vikings throughout the year, finishing with a 4-6 singles record and a matching 4-6 doubles record… picked up a victory at No. 6 singles against Oberlin in her lone appearance during the spring season…also teamed up with Jana Schober to post a victory at No. 2 doubles against Oberlin. 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.

KATY QUILLIN


DOUBLES| 11-8 | 6-2 HL

SINGLES| 12-10 | 6-3 HL

ISABELLA SPINDLER

SO | CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN

2015-16 // FRESHMAN SEASON Named the Horizon League Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Horizon League First Team…joined the Vikings in January and competed during the spring season…finished the spring with a 12-10 singles record, playing at the top of the lineup for the final six weeks of the year…went 6-3 against Horizon League opponents…named the Horizon League Player of the Week (March 29) after going 2-0 at the top of the singles lineup and 2-0 at No. 1 doubles – leading the Vikings to a pair of wins against Wright State and Northern Kentucky…also went 11-8 in doubles play, including a 6-2 record against league opponents at No. 1 doubles with Aleksandra Golawska. 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.

ISABELLA SPINDLER


BLANCHE LENOAN

FR | JULLOUVILLE, FRANCE

PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE Played her junior tennis in a highly competitive French circuit…captured three tournament titles during 2016, including capturing the crown at the annual Cesson-Sévigné Tennis Tournament. PERSONAL Born July 9, 1998 in Grangille, France…daughter of Loic and Corine Lenoan…has one brother, Robin, and one sister, Adele…plans to major in civil engineering.

BLANCHE LENOAN


CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS Coach Bios


BRIAN ETZKIN

HEAD COACH | 15TH SEASON

Over the past 14 seasons Brian Etzkin has turned the Cleveland State women’s tennis program into one of the top teams in the Horizon League – with the Vikings capturing two Horizon League Regular Season titles over the last three seasons. Etzkin has guided the Vikings to 11 winning seasons during his tenure, and will be striving for the same level of excellence during the 2016-17 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 11 of his 14 seasons. The winningest coach in school history, Etzkin reached an impressive milestone last season, recording his 175th career victory with the women’s program. Entering the 2016-17 season, Etzkin has an overall record of 186-175 at the helm of the Vikings. Etzkin’s success on the court has translated into an array of Horizon League accolades, including four Horizon League Coach of the Year awards (2004, 2011, 2014, 2016). He has mentored 18 All-League honorees, two Horizon League Players of the Year (Sarah Galon – 2005 and Lauren Golick – 2014), and three Horizon League Newcomers of the Year (Sarah Galon – 2004, Lauren Golick – 2014 and Isabella Spindler – 2016). 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, Morgan Nix, Katy Quillin, and Jana Schober were named ITA Scholar-Athletes last year. The women’s team has also received ITA All-Academic Team honors 10 times under Etzkin, including last season when they posted a team grade point average of 3.39 for the 2015-16 academic year. Three Vikings have also been awarded the Horizon League Herb Foster Sportsmanship Award, including Sarah Galon who was a twotime 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 11 years five members of the women’s tennis team have been involved with the Cleveland State StudentAthlete Advisory Council, including Victoria Bensimon and Princess Gbadamosi who served as SAAC Chairs during the 2015-16 academic 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. ETZKIN COACHING HIGHLIGHTS

All-time winningest coach in CSU history with 172 wins // 10-Time ITA All-Academic Team 2004, 2011, 2014 & 2016 Horizon League Coach of the Year

BRIAN ETZKIN


He also worked as the assistant tennis professional at the MSU Indoor Tennis THE ETZKIN COACHING FILE 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 Cleveland State (2002 - Present) an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s teams at Western Illinois UniverYear W L Pct. sity from 1998-2000. 2002-03 2 24 .077 Etzkin also coached the 2002 Midwest Junior Davis Cup team to the national 2003-04 10 17 .370 championship in Columbia, S.C. He is an active United States Professional Tennis 2004-05 14 12 .538 Association (USPTA) Certified Teaching Pro. 2005-06 18 11 .621 Etzkin played college tennis for four years at Southern-Illinois University2006-07 15 12 .556 Carbondale, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology. As a senior in 1998, he 2007-08 18 9 .667 received GTE Academic All-American 2008-09 17 11 .607 honors and was a two-time Missouri 2009-10 15 12 .556 Valley Conference All-Academic se2010-11 13 12 .520 lection. 2011-12 16 9 .640 He later returned to school, earning 2012-13 13 11 .542 a master’s degree in sport manage2013-14 12 12 .500 ment from Western Illinois in 2000, 2014-15 9 14 .391 while serving as a graduate assistant 2015-16 14 9 .608 coach for both the men’s and women’s Career 186 175 .515 teams. Etzkin and his wife, Holly, have one son, Aaron (5 1/2 years), and reside in Moreland Hills.

BRIAN ETZKIN


FRANK POLITO

ASSOC. HEAD COACH | 5TH SEASON Frank Polito will begin his third year as the Cleveland State men’s and women’s tennis associate head coach during the 2016-17 season, and his fifth 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. Last season, Polito was instrumental in guiding the Vikings to the 2016 Horizon League Regular Season title, as Cleveland State went 8-1 in league play en route to its second regular season crown in program history. Polito mentored newcomer Isabella Spindler throughout the season, who was named the Horizon League Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the All-League First Team. During Polito’s first three seasons with the Vikings, he helped guide Cleveland State to three semifinal appearances and one championship appearance at the Horizon League Tournament, while mentoring seven All-League honorees. 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 Louisiana-Monroe (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.

FRANK POLITO


CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS MEL BADZIONG 2015-16 Season Review


2015-16 SEASON REVIEW REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS! After posting a program-best 8-1 record against Horizon League opponents throughout the spring, the Vikings captured the 2016 Horizon League Regular Season Title. This marked the second regular season crown in program history (2014), and the second over the last three seasons. ISABELLA SPINDLER NAMED HL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR After joining the Vikings in January, Isabella Spindler quickly worked her way up the lineup, finishing the season at the top of the singles and doubles lineup – the only freshman in the league to do so. Spindler posted a 12-10 singles record during the spring season and notched an 11-8 doubles record, leading the Vikings to the Regular Season crown and earning the honor of Horizon League Freshman of the Year. Spindler is the fourth Viking to earn Freshman of the Year accolades and the third to do so under head coach Brian Etzkin. BRIAN ETZKIN NAMED HL COACH OF THE YEAR After leading the Vikings to the 2016 Horizon League Regular Season title, Brian Etzkin was named the Horizon League Coach of the Year – picking up the accolade for the fourth time in his career. Etzkin, who is the all-time winningest coach in program history, led the Vikings to a 14-9 overall record during 2015-16, marking the 11th winning season during his 14-year tenure. TRIO OF VIKINGS REACH 50-WIN MILESTONE Over the course of the 2015-16 season three Vikings earned a spot in the 50-win club, as Mathilde Orange, Victoria Bensimon and Princess Gbadamosi all eclipsed the 50-win plateau. The trio marked the 12th, 13th, and 14th Vikings, respectively, to achieve the feat and the first to do so since the 2013-14 season. Orange finished her career with 54 career singles wins, while Bensimon finished her junior season with 54 singles wins and Gbadamosi wrapped up her junior year with 51 victories. VICTORIA BENSIMON POSTS PERFECT RECORD IN HL SINGLES PLAY For the first time since 2012, the Vikings had a player post a perfect Horizon League singles record, as junior Victoria Bensimon went 9-0 against league opponents during the 2015-16 spring season. Bensimon, who has posted a 21-2 career record against league opponents, played throughout the middle of the lineup during the spring season and finished the year on a 12-match win streak. MEDICAL MUTUAL TENNIS PAVILION One of the biggest highlights of the 2015-16 season was the completion of the Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion – Cleveland State’s new on-campus indoor facility. The MMTP, which held its first match on March 9, is a six-court indoor facility that makes Cleveland State the first and only league school with an on-campus indoor facility. The Vikings finished the spring season with a 7-1 record in the MMTP, making it a major home-court advantage for the Vikings.

2015-16 SEASON REVIEW

2015-16 RESULTS September 18-20 Akron Shootout NTS 25-27 Hoosier Classic NTS October 9-11 UB Invitational NTS 22-23 ITA Midwest Regional NTS January 22 TOLEDO L, 6-1 23 DUQUESNE L, 4-3 29 at West Virginia L, 6-1 February 6 at Northern Illinois W, 4-3 7 at Butler W, 4-3 12 BOWLING GREEN W, 5-2 27 at Western Michigan L, 7-0 28 at Michigan State L, 7-0 March 9 AKRON W, 4-3 15 at Florida Tech L, 8-1 16 at UCF L, 7-0 25 WRIGHT STATE* W, 4-3 26 NORTHERN KY* W, 6-1 April 2 at Oakland* W, 6-1 3 at Detroit* W, 4-3 8 YOUNGSTOWN ST* W, 4-3 9 IUPUI W, 6-1 OBERLIN W, 6-1 16 MILWAUKEE* L, 4-3 17 GREEN BAY* W, 7-0 23 at UIC* W, 4-3 24 at Valparaiso* W, 7-0 30 vs. Wright State# L, 4-3 *-HL Match | #-HL Championship


2015-16 SEASON STATISTICS Individual Singles Records

Overall 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Tour. Victoria Bensimon 18-16 -- 0-2 4-2 3-5 7-0 -- 4-7 Melissa Djohan 0-1 -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- -Princess Gbadamosi 16-19 0-4 1-2 6-7 3-0 -- -- 6-6 Aleksandra Golawska 17-10 -- -- -- 5-2 9-4 1-1 2-3 Morgan Nix 4-18 -- -- -- -- 0-2 2-7 2-9 Mathilde Orange 15-20 2-7 7-5 1-1 -- -- -- 5-7 Katy Quillin 4-6 -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 3-6 Jana Schober 5-14 -- -- -- 1-0 -- 4-7 0-7 Isabella Spindler 12-10 6-4 1-5 2-0 3-1 -- -- -TEAM TOTAL 91-114 8-15 9-14 13-10 15-8 16-7 8-15 22-45

Doubles Records Overall 1st 2nd 3rd Tour. Gbadamosi/Orange 15-10 0-1 8-3 6-4 1-2 Bensimon/Nix 10-12 0-2 3-6 5-3 2-1 Quillin/Schober 1-3 -- 1-0 -- 0-3 Bensimon/Golawska 1-3 -- -- -- 1-3 Gbadamosi/Nix 2-3 -- -- -- 2-3 Orange/Quillin 2-2 -- -- -- 2-2 Nix/Orange 1-1 -- -- -- 1-1 Gbadamosi/Schober 0-2 -- -- -- 0-2 Bensimon/Quillin 1-1 -- -- -- 1-1 Bensimon/Orange 0-1 -- -- -- 0-1 Golawska/Spindler 10-8 9-8 -- 1-0 -Djohan/Spindler 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -TEAM TOTAL 44-46 9-11 12-9 13-7 10-19

2015-16 HORIZON LEAGUE STATISTICS Overall Victoria Bensimon 9-0 Princess Gbadamosi 6-3 Aleksandra Golawska 8-1 Morgan Nix 1-3 Mathilde Orange 5-4 Jana Schober 2-3 Isabella Spindler 6-3 TEAM TOTAL 37-17

Individual Singles Records 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th -- -- 2-0 1-0 6-0 --- -- 4-3 2-0 -- --- -- -- 5-1 3-0 --- -- -- -- -- 1-3 0-1 5-3 -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- 2-3 5-3 1-0 -- -- -- -5-4 6-3 6-3 8-1 9-0 3-6

Doubles Records Overall 1st 2nd 3rd Golawska/Spindler 6-2 6-2 -- -Bensimon/Nix 5-3 -- 0-1 5-2 Gbadamosi/Orange 7-2 -- 6-2 1-0 TEAM TOTAL 18-7 6-2 6-3 6-2

2015-16 SEASON STATISTICS


2016 HORIZON LEAGUE

HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

First Round (5) Wright State 4, (4) Milwaukee 1 (3) Youngstown State 4, (6) Oakland 1 Semifinals (5) Wright State 4, (1) Cleveland State 3 (3) Youngstown State 4, (2) UIC 1 Championship (3) Youngstown State 4, (5) Wright State 2 Spindler Etzkin Player of the Year Dominika Lackova, YSU Freshman of the Year Isabella Spindler, Cleveland State Herb Foster Sportsmanship Award Annina Brendel, YSU Coach of the Year Brian Etzkin, Cleveland State

All-Horizon League First Team Dominika Lackova, YSU Jackie Altansarnai, UIC Isabella Spindler, Cleveland State Karoline Haller, Wright State Annina Brendel, YSU Labina Petrovska, Milwaukee All-Horizon League Second Team Tamara Blum, Oakland Klara Skopac, Northern Kentucky Linsey Verstrepen, Wright State Ann-Sophie Hahn, UIC Irina Slizovskaya, Detroit Hayley Marshall, Milwaukee

2016 HORIZON LEAGUE

FINAL MEN’S STANDINGS

Overall League W L W L Cleveland State 14 9 8 1 UIC 13 8 7 2 Youngstown State 12 13 7 2 Milwaukee 12 10 6 3 Wright State 20 8 5 4 Oakland 11 10 4 5 Detroit 5 10 4 5 Northern Ky. 7 11 3 6 Valparaiso 2 18 1 8 Green Bay 1 18 0 9


CLEVELAND VIKING STATE TENNIS History & Records


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -B-

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Victoria Bensimon........... 14, 15, 16 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

Mary Kay Gallagher.................... 92 Sarah Galon................. 04, 05, 06, 07 Princess Gbadamosi....... 14, 15, 16 Sterrin Gefert................................ 00 Nora Gerson............................ 96, 97 Charlotte Gibbons...... 07, 08, 09, 10 Aleksandra Golawska.......... 15, 16 Lauren Golick............................... 14 Joye Gulley.................................... 79

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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

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Carlotta Davis............................... 83 Vicki Dezman................................ 95 Melissa Djohan............................. 16 Molly Drake............................ 09, 10 Iris Drier.................................. 96, 97 Darvelle Dunn........................ 92, 93

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

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

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

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Katy Quillin................................. 16

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

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Francis Schmidt................ 89, 91, 92 Jana Schober........................... 15, 16 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 Isabella Spindler......................... 16 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

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

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

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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

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 Morgan Nix................................... 16

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Mathilde Orange........ 13, 14, 15, 16 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.

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

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS


HONORS & AWARDS 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 Isabella Spindler.............................2016 Irina Strembitsky............................2001 Coach of the Year Brian Etzkin....... 2004, 2011, 2014, 2016 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 Isabella Spindler.............................2016 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

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

TOURNAMENT FINISHES

Horizon League 2015-16....................................... 3rd of 6 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 2015-16........Isabella Spindler

20 - Win Club // Singles Ellen Folkers..........................2015 Alex Power.............................2012 Nicole Janek...........................2012 Kara Sherwood......................2012 Alex Bush............................... 2011 Maria Lazaris.........................2010 Sanda Bjelan.................2008, 2009 Catrine Bjerrehus...................2009 Myra Pepino..........................2009 Denisa Muntean....................2008 Charlotte Gibbons.......2007, 2008 Sarah Galon............................2007 Jenn Myers.............................2006

HONORS & AWARDS


SEASON & CAREER RECORDS 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. 9.

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 Princess Gbadamosi/Mathilde Orange (15-16)...15-10

Most Doubles Wins - Career

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Year

W L

1980-81

6

1979-80 1981-82 1982-83

7

1986-87

1998-99

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

SEASON & CAREER RECORDS

2 4

2008-09

3

Susan Ziegler

Susan Ziegler

2

Sheryl Smith

4

Sheryl Smith

2

Sheryl Smith

7

Robert Malaga

5

Robert Malaga

10

0

10

Charles Mosley

2

11

Charles Mosley

0

10

Rick Kroboth

4

22

0 0 0 2 5 7 5 7 2

18

2007-08

Susan Ziegler

0

2005-06 2006-07

3

12

1

10

2004-05

14

John Bondea

7

John Bondea

14

Charles Mosley

11

Charles Mosley

14

Kroboth/Heilbron

21

Teresa Baker

16 17

Brian Etzkin

12 11

17

11

9

12

2011-12

16

9

2013-14

12

12

14

9

2015-16

Overall

9

265

Teresa Baker

17

15

2014-15

Teresa Baker Sandy Geringer

24

12

13

Teresa Baker

19

15 18

Robert Malaga

2010-11 13 12 2012-13

Coach

Jane Pease

5

2003-04

2009-10

Sarah Galon (2003-07) finished her Cleveland State career with a program-record 79 singles wins.

5

7

1985-86

Most Doubles Wins - Career

Most Wins 18.............................................................2005-06 Best Winning Percentage .833...............................................1983-84 (10-2) Most League Wins 8...............................................................2015-16

5 10

1984-85

1987-88

Team Records

8

1983-84

1. Sarah Galon/Morgan Ungerott..............63-29 2. Jenn Myers/Christine Vogelgesang.......38-26 3. Catrine Bjerrehus/Charlotte Gibbons...32-22 4. Melissa Holzinger/Jackie Tabb..............27-14 5. Princess Gbadamosi/Mathilde Orange....23-22 6. Alex Bush/Alex Power...........................22-16 7. Nicole Janek/Maria Lazaris....................20-17 8. Catrine Bjerrehus/Maria Lazaris...........20-19 9. Myra Pepino/Sanda Bjelan.......................19-6 10. Alex Bush/Kara Sherwood.....................14-18 Lindsay Sellers/Kristin Chamberlain...14-14

1. Morgan Ungerott (2004-07).....................81-46 2. Sarah Galon (2004-07)..............................75-43 3. Catrine Bjerrehus (2009-12).....................72-65 4. Charlotte Gibbons (2007-10)...................65-59 5. Kara Sherwood (2011-14)........................63-68 6. Maria Lazaris (2010-13)...........................62-63 7. Sanda Bjelan (2008-11).............................60-45 8. Alex Bush (2011-14)..................................56-55 9. Alex Power (2001-14)...............................55-62 10. Nicole Janek (2010-13).............................54-60

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Brian Etzkin Brian Etzkin Brian Etzkin Brian Etzkin Brian Etzkin 33 years


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

2005-06 Overall Record: 17-11 O 9 IPFW ST. FRANCIS J 21 at Dayton J 22 at Michigan State J 27 ST. BONAVENTURE 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 L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L 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 S 28 GREEN BAY * O 10 at Buffalo O 19 IPFW F 1 TOLEDO F 6 vs. Eastern Illinois F 7 at IPFW F 21 CHICAGO STATE F 22 at Ohio State F 27 at Niagara F 29 MILWAUKEE * M 5 at Dayton M 6 vs. UIC * M 7 at Wright State * M 14 vs. Baker M 15 vs. William Jewell vs. Long Island M 16 vs. Fairfield M 25 PITTSBURGH M 26 at Detroit * M 27 at Oakland A 3 vs. Southern Indiana A 4 at Butler * A 17 YSU * A 24 vs. Green Bay # vs. Butler # A 25 vs. YSU #

W L L L L L W W L L W L L W W W L L L W W L L L W L 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 S 10 at Akron S 19 BUFFALO O 11 NIAGARA O 12 IPFW J 22 at Ohio State J 28 DAYTON J 30 ROBERT MORRIS ST. BONAVENTURE F 11 OAKLAND F 19 at Toledo F 20 at Michigan State F 25 at Green Bay * F 26 at Milwaukee * M 5 CHICAGO STATE M 6 at YSU * M 13 vs. Stephen F. Austin M 14 vs. Illinois Wesleyan vs. Bucknell M 15 vs. Tiffin A 1 at IPFW A 9 DETROIT * A 10 WRIGHT STATE * A 16 BUTLER * A 17 UIC * A 23 vs. Wright State #

2006-07 Overall Record: 15-12 S 26 IPFW J 19 at Michigan State J 26 at Akron J 27 ST. FRANCIS J 28 at Toledo F 3 NIAGARA F 4 ST. BONAVENTURE F 9 at IPFW vs. IUPUI F 23 at YSU * F 25 at Robert Morris M 2 DAYTON M 3 OAKLAND CHICAGO STATE M 10 at Hawaii-Manoa M 11 at Hawaii-Pacific M 12 at Hawaii-Hilo M 14 at BYU-Hawaii A 6 UIC * A 7 WRIGHT STATE * A 13 at Milwaukee * A 14 at Green Bay * A 21 BUTLER * A 22 DETROIT * A 28 vs. Milwaukee# A 28 vs. UIC# A 29 vs. Detroit#

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

2007-08 Overall Record: 18-9 J 20 at IPFW J 21 at Michigan State J 27 TOLEDO F 2 at St. Bonaventure F 3 at Niagara F 9 ST. FRANCIS F 16 at Dayton F 23 AKRON F 24 ROBERT MORRIS F 27 at Ohio State M 1 OAKLAND CHICAGO STATE M 9 vs. SIU-Edwardsville M 10 vs. Connecticut M 11 vs. Radford M 21 at Detroit * M 30 YSU * A 5 at Wright State * A 6 at Butler * A 11 GREEN BAY * A 12 MILWAUKEE * A 19 at Valparaiso* A 20 at UIC * A 25 vs. Valparaiso # A 26 vs. Green Bay # vs. UIC # A 27 vs. Detroit #

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

2008-09 Overall Record: 17-11 J 23 at Bowling Green J 25 at DePaul J 31 ST. FRANCIS CASE WESTERN F 1 ST. BONAVENTURE F 7 NIAGARA ROBERT MORRIS F 13 at Akron F 21 at Michigan State 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 7-0 W 6-1 W 6-1 W 5-1 W 5-2 W 7-0 L 5-2 L 7-0 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

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

2009-10 Overall Record: 15-12 J 19 at Ohio State J 23 at Western Michigan J 24 at Michigan State J 30 at Purdue F 6 at Niagara F 7 at St. Bonaventure F 12 at IPFW F 13 DAYTON F 20 AKRON ROBERT MORRIS F 26 BOWLING GREEN F 28 TOLEDO OAKLAND M 7 YSU * M 14 vs. Saint Louis M 15 at Kansas M 17 at Iowa State M 18 vs. South Dakota M 27 GREEN BAY * M 28 MILWAUKEE * CASE WESTERN A 3 VALPARAISO * A 4 at UIC * A 10 WRIGHT STATE * A 11 BUTLER A 17 at Detroit * A 24 vs. Detroit #

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

2010-11 Overall Record: 13-12 J 22 DUQUESNE J 23 at Ohio State J 28 at Bowling Green J 29 IPFW F 6 ST. BONAVENTURE F 13 DAYTON F 19 at Michigan State F 20 at Indiana F 25 at Toledo F 26 at Western Michigan M 6 at Akron OAKLAND M 15 at Louisiana Lafayette M 16 at Nicholls State M 18 at Lamar M 26 at Green Bay * M 27 at Milwaukee * A 2 VALPARAISO * A 3 UIC * A 9 at Wright State * A 10 at Butler * A 15 at YSU * A 16 DETROIT * A 22 vs. Butler # A 23 vs. UIC #

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

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

2011-12 Overall Record: 16-9 J 21 at DePaul F 3 at IPFW F 4 at Michigan State F 10 XAVIER F 12 AKRON F 17 at Ball State F 19 TOLEDO CASE WESTERN F 25 BOWLING GREEN OAKLAND M 3 at Dayton M 4 at Indiana M 13 at Embry-Riddle M 14 at Florida Atlantic M 15 vs. Albany M 23 at Detroit * M 31 YSU * A 6 GREEN BAY * A 7 MILWAUKEE * A 14 at UIC * A 15 at Valparaiso * A 21 BUTLER * A 22 WRIGHT STATE * A 28 vs. Detroit # A 29 vs. UIC #

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

2012-13 Overall Record: 13-10 J 20 at Harvard J 21 at Boston University F 1 at Toledo F 2 at Michigan State F 8 at Bowling Green F 15 at Xavier F 24 BALL STATE OAKLAND M 1 IPFW M 2 at Duquesne M 9 at Florida Atlantic M 11 at North Florida M 12 at Stetson M 24 DETROIT * M 30 at Youngstown State * A 6 at Milwaukee * A 7 at Green Bay * A 13 UIC * A 14 VALPARAISO * A 19 WALSH A 21 at Wright State * A 26 vs. Wright State # A 27 vs. Youngstown State #

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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2014-15 Overall Record: 9-14 J 25 NORTHERN ILLINOIS J 29 at Ohio State J 31 DEPAUL F 7 at Michigan State F 8 at Toledo F 13 at Bowling Green F 15 BALL STATE F 20 at Akron M 8 at Hawaii Pacific M 9 at Hawaii Hilo M 12 at BYU Hawaii M 20 at IPFW M 21 at Wright State* M 28 DETROIT* M 29 OAKLAND* A 3 at Youngstown State* A 4 at Duquesne A 11 at Green Bay* A 12 at Milwaukee* A 18 VALPARAISO* A 19 UIC* A 24 vs. Oakland# A 25 vs. Detroit#

ALL-TIME RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS L L L L L W L L L W L L W L W L W W L W W W L

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

2015-16 Overall Record: 14-9 J 22 TOLEDO L 6-1 J 23 DUQUESNE L 4-3 J 29 at West Virginia L 6-1 F 6 at Northern Illinois W 4-3 F 7 at Butler W 4-3 F 12 BOWLING GREEN W 5-2 F 27 at Western Michigan L 7-0 F 28 at Michigan State L 7-0 M 9 AKRON W 4-3 M 15 at Florida Tech L 8-1 M 16 at UCF L 7-0 M 25 WRIGHT STATE* W 4-3 M 26 NORTHERN KY* W 6-1 A 2 at Oakland* W 6-1 A 3 at Detroit* W 4-3 A 8 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* W 4-3 A 9 IUPUI W 6-1 OBERLIN W 6-1 A 16 MILWAUKEE* L 4-3 A 17 GREEN BAY* W 7-0 A 23 at UIC* W 4-3 A 24 at Valparaiso* W 7-0 A 30 vs. Wright State# L 4-3 * - Horizon League Contest # - Horizon League Championship

Since Brian Etzkin took over during the 2002-03 Season

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Abilene Christian................0-1 Akron....................................4-7 Albany..................................1-0 Austin Peay..........................0-1

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Baker.....................................1-0 Ball State...............................2-2 Binghamton..........................0-1 Boston University................0-1 Bowling Green.....................2-6 Bucknell................................0-1 Buffalo...................................0-4 Butler.....................................5-8

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California-PA.......................0-1 Case Western........................3-0 Central Florida.....................0-1 Chicago State.......................5-0 Coastal Carolina..................0-1 Connecticut..........................0-1

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Dayton..................................6-4 DePaul..................................0-3 Detroit.................................13-9 Duquesne.............................4-2

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Niagara.................................5-2 Nicholls State.......................1-0 North Carolina A&T...........0-1 North Dakota.......................1-0 North Florida.......................0-1 Northern Illinois..................1-2 Northern Kentucky.............1-0

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Oakland..............................14-1 Oberlin..................................1-0 Ohio State.............................0-6

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Penn State.............................0-1 Pittsburgh.............................0-2 Purdue..................................0-1

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Radford.................................1-0 Robert Morris.......................7-0

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Fairfield.................................1-1 Fairfleigh Dickinson............2-0 Florida Atlantic....................1-1 Florida Tech..........................0-1

Saint Louis............................1-1 SEMO....................................0-1 SIU Edwardsville................1-0 South Dakota.......................1-0 Southern Illinois..................0-1 Southern Indiana.................0-1 St. Bonaventure...................7-1 St. Francis.............................6-1 Stephen F. Austin................0-2 Stetson...................................0-1

Green Bay...........................14-2 Greensboro College.............1-0

Tiffin......................................1-0 Toledo..................................2-12

Hamilton..............................1-0 Harvard................................0-1 Hawaii-BYU.........................0-2 Hawaii-Hilo.........................2-0 Hawaii-Manoa.....................0-1 Hawaii-Pacific......................0-2

UIC......................................3-16

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Eastern Illinois.....................0-2 Embry-Riddle......................0-1

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Illinois Wesleyan.................1-0 Indiana..................................0-2 IPFW......................................9-9 Iowa State.............................0-1 IUPUI....................................2-1

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Kansas...................................0-1

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Lamar....................................0-1 Long Island..........................1-1 Louisiana Lafayette.............0-1

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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McMurry..............................1-0 Michigan State...................0-12 Milwaukee..........................13-3

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Valparaiso...........................11-0

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Wagner..................................1-0 Walsh.....................................1-0 West Virginia........................0-1 Western Michigan...............0-3 William Jewell......................1-0 Wright State........................14-4

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Xavier....................................1-1

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Youngstown State..............7-11


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.

2014 REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS


2016 REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS

2016 HORIZON LEAGUE REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS During the 2016 season, the Vikings captured their second Horizon League Regular Season title, finishing the year with an 8-1 league record. With the regular season title, Cleveland State earned the No. 1 seed in the Horizon League Tournament for the second time in program history. Cleveland State’s eight league victories also set a program-record, and included a perfect 4-0 record in road matches.

2016 REGULAR SEASON CHAMPS


MEDICAL MUTUAL TENNIS PAVILION

MEDICAL MUTUAL TENNIS PAVILION

Opened: March 9, 2016 After years of planning, the Cleveland State tennis program opened a new on-campus facility during the Spring of 2016, replacing the former Malaga Tennis Center with the Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion. The MMTP, which officially opened on March 9, 2016, features six indoor temperature-controlled courts, a six-court wirelessly controlled scoreboard, restrooms, and storage areas. With the opening of the Medical Mutual Tennis Pavilion, Cleveland State became the first Horizon League tennis program to have an on-campus indoor facility.

MEDICAL MUTUAL TENNIS PAVILION


2016-17 Cleveland State Women's Tennis Informational Guide  

2016-17 Cleveland State Women's Tennis Informational Guide

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