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2013 NCAC Tennis Guide Allegheny ❖ Denison ❖ DePauw ❖ Hiram ❖ Kenyon Oberlin ❖ Ohio Wesleyan ❖ Wabash ❖ Wittenberg ❖ Wooster


2012-13 NCAC DIRECTORY President.....................................Dr. Patrick E. White, President Wabash College Vice President..........................Dr. Grant H. Cornwell, President The College of Wooster

Web Site.......................................................www.northcoast.org Affiliation...........................................................NCAA Division III Founded.............................................................. February, 1983

Executive Director.............................. Keri Alexander Luchowski

Championship Sports.............................23 (11 men, 12 women)

Assistant Executive Director....................................Bret Billhardt

Intercollegiate Officiating Association.................... 440/871-8100

Assistant Executive Director................................Russell Kramer

Baseball................................................................ Rich Fetchiet

Legal Counsel........................................................Dennis Butler

Basketball (Men).............................................................. Bill Ek

Accountant......................................................................Jim Loy

Basketball (Women)..................................................Diane Plas

Mailing Address................................................. P. O. Box 16679 Cleveland, Ohio 44116

Cross Country/Track.................................................. Marv Frye

Street Address.................815 Crocker Road, Building B, Suite 5 Westlake, Ohio 44145

Field Hockey/Lacrosse (Women)...........................Candis Parry Football......................................................................Andy Pfaff

Phone.................................................................... 440/871-8100

Softball.................................................................. John DeLuca

Fax........................................................................ 440/871-4221

Tennis................................................................. Don Hunsinger

E-Mail........................................................ ncac@northcoast.org

Volleyball...................................................................Diane Plas

2012-13 NCAC Presidents’ Council PRESIDENT JAMES H. MULLEN, JR. Allegheny College

PRESIDENT LAURIE M. JOYNER Wittenberg University

PRESIDENT DALE T. KNOBEL Denison University

PRESIDENT GRANT H. CORNWELL The College of Wooster

PRESIDENT BRIAN W. CASEY DePauw University

JEFF ANKROM Wittenberg University Co-Chair, Faculty Representatives

PRESIDENT THOMAS V. CHEMA Hiram College PRESIDENT S. GEORGIA NUGENT Kenyon College PRESIDENT MARVIN KRISLOV Oberlin College PRESIDENT ROCKWELL“ROCK” JONES Ohio Wesleyan University PRESIDENT PATRICK WHITE Wabash College

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ROGER INGLES Ohio Wesleyan University Co-Chair, Athletic Directors SONYA McKAY Denison University Co-Chair, Faculty Representatives AMY WILLIAMS Kenyon College Co-Chair, Athletic Directors KERI ALEXANDER LUCHOWSKI Executive Director

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ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

Founded in 1983, the North Coast Athletic Conference is dedicated to fostering a complementary relationship between intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Consisting of 10 academically selective colleges and universities in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania — Allegheny College, Denison University, DePauw University, Hiram College, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wabash College, Wittenberg University, The College of Wooster, along with affiliate member Earlham College — the NCAC believes that high-level athletic programs need not be sacrificed in order to meet rigid academic standards. Significantly, all 10 NCAC institutions have been granted chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, the preeminent honor society for colleges and universities. Only 280 of the more than 3,000 four-year institutions in the United States have been so honored. A member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III, the NCAC features championship competition in 23 sports — 11 for men and 12 for women. The 12 women’s sports are among the most offered by any Division III conference, and the equality in number and emphasis between men’s and women’s athletics is just one of the elements that sets the North Coast apart. The goals of the conference express the best aspirations of American amateur athletics. The NCAC brings together a group of institutions which share a common allegiance to academic quality and to the conduct of athletics so as to support the educational purpose. Intercollegiate athletics can and should complement academic life, rather than compete with it, and sports should Molly Martorella, Oberlin

enhance the experience of students during their college years. This type of academic and athletic commitment has been led by the nine school presidents, who have taken an active role in the governance of the conference. Sixty-three teams from all 23 North Coast sports and all ten members competed in the NCAA post-season during the 2011-12 academic year. The NCAC added another NCAA Division Craig Osterbrock, Wittenberg III swimming championship as Denison claimed the men’s title for the second consecutive season. In addition, Wittenberg claimed the leagues’ first-ever volleyball title and Ohio Wesleyan garnered the second men’s soccer title in league and school history. Conference members have accumulated 65 national championships since the league was formed in February of 1983. In the past academic year, 157 All-America or Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America certificates were distributed to student-athletes from North Coast schools. The NCAC’s commitment to equity, its broad base of athletic programs, and an unwavering insistence on excellence in academics has served as a model for conferences throughout the country. The North Coast has shown not only that these ideals can coexist, but that they can flourish. The NCAC continues as a pace-setter in the 21st century.

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ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

DEPAUW SELECTED AS THE PRESEASON FAVORITE FOR 29TH NCAC WOMEN’S TENNIS SEASON North Coast Athletic Conference women’s tennis coaches have selected DePauw as the preseason favorite based on balloting by the league coaches. The Tigers, who won the NCAC title in their first year in the league last season, were selected to finish first in the preseason poll after collecting seven of the possible eight first-place votes cast and 63 total points. Denison, winners of 11 conference titles all-time, garnered the final first-place vote and finished second with 57 points. Kenyon finished third with 47 points, followed by Oberlin (36), Allegheny (34), Wittenberg (27), Ohio Wesleyan (14) and Wooster (10). DePauw, which made its 11th appearance in the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Tournament a year ago, will rely on a youthful roster this season with just one senior on the squad. However, reigning NCAC Newcomer of the Year and first-team All-NCAC selection sophomore Maggie MacPhail (Indianapolis, IN/Park Tudor) returns to the lineup in 2013 after posting an overall singles record of 23-8 and a doubles mark of 22-10 a year ago. In addition, the Tigers will look for production from a pair of student-athletes that garnered All-NCAC recognition a year ago in junior Meg Crowley (Barrington, IL/Barrington) and sophomore Claire Marshall (Marietta, GA/George Walton). Crowley earned second-team laurels last season in both singles and doubles, while Marshall was an honorable mention singles selection and a second-team honoree in doubles. Crowley and Marshall combined to post a 15-11 record at the No. 2 doubles position, while Crowley was 15-11 in the third singles slot and Marshall posted a 17-8 record while playing in positions three, four and five. Leading the DePauw women for his 13th season will be head coach Scott Riggle. In 12 season’s at the helm, Riggle’s women’s teams have compiled an overall record of 214-87, including a 18-7 mark last year in their inaugural season in the NCAC. In 28 years of North Coast women’s tennis competition, four schools have claimed championships: Allegheny took the first one in 1985, then Kenyon went on a run to claim 15 of the next 16 titles, interrupted only by Denison’s first title in 1994. The Big Red again broke the Ladies’s streak in 2002, and reeled off 10-straight titles until DePauw ended that string last season. Kenyon has a total of 15 North Coast titles to Denison’s 11, while Allegheny and DePauw have one apiece.

2013 NCAC Preseason Women’s Tennis Poll First-place votes in parentheses, followed by total points: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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DePauw (7)......................................................63 Denison (1)......................................................57 Kenyon.............................................................47 Oberlin.............................................................36 Allegheny.........................................................34 Wittenberg........................................................27 Ohio Wesleyan.................................................14 Wooster............................................................10

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ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

KENYON SELECTED AS THE PRESEASON FAVORITE FOR 29TH NCAC MEN’S TENNIS SEASON North Coast Athletic Conference men’s tennis coaches have unanimously selected Kenyon as the preseason favorite based on balloting by the league coaches. The Lords, six-time defending NCAC champions, were selected to finish first in the preseason poll after collecting all nine first-place votes and 81 total points. Denison, last year’s runner-up in the conference tournament, finished behind Kenyon in the poll with 69 points. DePauw rounded out the top three in the poll in third-place with 64 points, followed by Wittenberg (55), Allegheny (40), Wabash (38), Oberlin (25), Ohio Wesleyan (17) and Wooster (16). Kenyon, which finished as the national runner-up in Division III a year ago after falling to Emory in the title match by a 5-3 margin, returns six All-NCAC performers from a year ago, led by seniors Paul Burgin (Baltimore, MD/Pikesville) and C.J. Williams (Richmond, VA/St. Christopher’s). Burgin, a first-team selection in 2012, returns as the Lords’ top singles player after posting an overall record of 24-10 a year ago, while Williams earned second-team laurels in both singles and doubles after finishing with a singles record of 23-10 and a doubles mark of 24-9. Additionally, a pair of sophomores returns to the lineup after earning All-NCAC recognition in 2012: Mike Razumovsky (Baltimore, MD/Pikesville) and Wade Heerboth (Tucson, AZ/Foothill). Razumovsky earned first-team laurels in singles and second-team honors in doubles after posting respective records of 24-7 and 25-6, playing mainly in the No. 1 and No. 2 positions. Heerboth closed out the season with a 24-8 singles mark after playing in several different slots in the lineup. Leading the KC men in his 18th season is five-time NCAC Coach of the Year Scott Thielke. Prior to this season, his coaching record at Kenyon is 281-95 with the men’s team and 280-124 with the women’s team. Thielke has led the Lords to 12 NCAA appearances, including an active streak of 11 consecutive showings (2002-12). Kenyon leads the NCAC with 15 championships in 28 years (1989, 1991-93, 1995, 2002-05, 2007-12), including winning 10 of the last 11 crowns. Denison is not far off in the all-time title count as it has earned 12 championships (1985-89, 1994, 1997-2001, 2006), while Wooster has captured two outright titles (1990, 1996) and four all-time. Denison and Wooster shared the inaugural title in 1985, while Denison, Kenyon and Wooster were declared tri-champions in 1989.

2013 NCAC Preseason Men’s Tennis Poll First-place votes in parentheses, followed by total points: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Kenyon (9).......................................................81 DePauw...........................................................69 Denison............................................................64 Wittenberg........................................................55 Allegheny.........................................................40 Wabash............................................................38 Oberlin.............................................................25 Ohio Wesleyan.................................................17 Wooster............................................................16

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ALLEGHENY COLLEGE 2013 Women’s Roster

2013 Men’s Roster Name Patrick Cole Daniel Conroy Samarth Gopal Alex Hurtuk Andreas Landgrebe Thomas Manning Tyler Miller Frank Mosconi Charlie Murphy Ryan Sayko Kevin Snyder Sam Stephenson Tyler Triolo

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

Hometown Livonia, MI Littleton, CO Clovis, CA Chagrin Falls, OH Scarsdale, NY Ithaca, NY Falconer, NY Brooklyn, NY Greenbelt, MD Skaneateles, NY Medina, NY Portland, OR Collegeville, PA

2013 Men’s Schedule

September 8 HOBART 11 MERCYHURST 11 JOHN CARROLL 15-16 Competed at Kenyon Invitational 21-24 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament 29-30 Competed at Oberlin Invitational March 9 17 18 19 20 21 22 30

WASH. & JEFF. vs. Millersville* vs. Macalaster* vs. Centre* TBA* vs. Wisconsin Eau-Claire* TBA* CASE

April 3 at Edinboro 5 THIEL 5 FRANCISCAN 6 OHIO WESLEYAN^ 7 at Robert Morris 13 at Wooster^ 14 PSU-BEHREND 20 at Oberlin^ 21 at Kenyon^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

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

Hometown Clearwater, FL Loveland, CO California, PA Wexford, PA Burbank, CA Broadview Hts., OH Ann Arbor, MI Brunswick, OH Austin, TX Parkersburg, WV Butler, PA Winchester, MA Annandale, VA Jamestown, NY

2013 Women’s Schedule

W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 8-1

1:00 PM 11:30 AM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 4:30 PM 6:30 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM

Head Coach Jared Luteran Alma Mater....................West Virginia Wesleyan, 1998 2012 Men’s Overall Record.....................................9-9 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish.....................................Sixth 2012 Women’s Overall Record...........................10-10 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish.................................Fifth

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Name Jabilayh Asante Andrea Brush Miranda Hall Tiffany Kollah Sun Mo Koo Abby Lange Kathleen McBride Kirstie Oravec Mikaela Pope Sloane Prince Carolyn Shetter Laura Steele Evelyn Wells Carly Whisner

September 8 BALDWIN WALLACE 11 MERCYHURST 11 JOHN CARROLL 14-16 Competed at Oberlin Invitational 21-24 Competed at ITA FAll Tournament March 9 17 18 19 20 21 22 30

WASH. & JEFF. vs. Millersville* vs. Macalaster* vs. Centre* TBA* vs. Wisconsin Eau-Claire* TBA* CASE

April 3 at Edinboro 4 CLARION 5 FRANCISCAN 6 OHIO WESLEYAN^ 7 at Robert Morris 13 at Wooster^ 14 PSU-BEHREND 20 at Oberlin^ 21 at Kenyon^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

W, 8-1 L, 6-3 W, 7-2

1:00 PM 11:30 AM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM

Quick Facts

Location........................................Meadville, Pennsylvania Founded..................................................................... 1815 Nickname.................................................................Gators Colors.............................................................. Blue & Gold Enrollment................................................................. 2,100 President...................................... Dr. James H. Mullen, Jr. Athletic Director............................................. Portia Hoeg Office phone..............................................(814) 332-3350 Head Coach.................................................. Jared Luteran Office phone...............................................(814) 332-2809 Assistant SID.......................................Bryan Montgomery Email...................................bmontgomery@allegheny.edu Office phone..............................................(814) 332-5952 Fax..............................................................(814) 337-1217 Head Trainer................................................Jamie Plunkett Office phone..............................................(814) 332-2817

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DENISON UNIVERSITY 2013 Men’s Roster Name Casey Cempre Alex Conn Graham Gettel Juan Guerra John Hayes Jeffrey LoDuca Andrew Marczak Jackson O’Gorman-Bean Shankar Rajupet Grant Veltman Cam Williams

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

2013 Women’s Roster

Hometown Worthington, OH Pikesville, MD Grand Rapids, MI Midland, MI Lake Bluff, IL Bloomfield Hills, MI Wexford, PA Westwood, MA Cheswick, PA Ada, MI Burlington, VT

Name Heather Abzug Katy Barenholtz Meg Chiumento Eleni Coleman Audrey Fitzpatrick Emma Forman Kelsey Geppner Taylor Hawkins Frances Hinkamp Alex Marcell Lauren Smith Sarah Torrence

2013 Men’s Schedule

10:00 AM 4:00 PM 9:00 AM

March 10 13 14 15 19 23 28

12:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM

April 6 OBERLIN 10 at Kenyon 14 DEPAUW^ 17 at Wooster 20 WABASH^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Hometown Tonka Bay, MN St. Louis, MO Bryn Mawr, PA McMurray, PA Boston, MA Oak Park, IL Ann Arbor, MI Raleigh, NC Kenilworth, IL Chicago, IL Centerville, OH Rockford, IL

2013 Women’s Schedule

September 15-16 Competed at Kenyon Invitational 18 OHIO DOMINICAN 21-24 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament February 10 at Walsh 13 EARLHAM 24 at Chicago (Burr Ridge, IL) vs. George Mason* vs. Rhodes* vs. Bridgewater (VA)* vs. Dickinson* at Ohio Wesleyan at Toledo at Wittenberg^

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

September 14-16 Competed at Oberlin Invitational 28-Oct. 1 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament

W, 6-3

February 17 23 26 March 3 5 10 12 13 15 19 23 28

1:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:30 PM 2:00 PM

at California (PA) at Chicago (Burr Ridge, IL) ASHLAND

1:00 PM 6:00 PM 4:30 PM

INDIANA (PA) at Wooster vs. George Mason* vs. Baldwin Wallace* vs. Rhodes* vs. Dickinson* OHIO WESLEYAN^ at Walsh at Wittenberg^

12:00 PM 4:30 PM 12:00 PM 1:30 PM 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 10:00 AM 4:00 PM

April 3 KENYON 5-6 at Midwest Invitational (Madison, WI) 12 at Oberlin 14 DEPAUW^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 10:00 AM

Quick Facts Head Coach Peter Burling 2012 Men’s Overall Record..................................15-5 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish................................Second 2012 Women’s Overall Record............................9-12 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish...............................Third

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Location........................................................ Granville, Ohio Founded...................................................................... 1831 Nickname............................................................... Big Red Colors.............................................................. Red & White Enrollment............................................................... 2,1000 President............................................... Dr. Dale T. Knobel Assoc. Athletic Director....................Nan Carney-DeBord Office phone..............................................(740) 587-6428 Head Coach....................................................Peter Burling Office phone...............................................(740) 587-6689 SID....................................................................Craig Hicks Email................................................. hicksc@denison.edu Office phone..............................................(740) 587-6546 Fax..............................................................(740) 587-6362 Head Trainer..................................................... Brian Hortz Office phone..............................................(470) 587-6441

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DEPAUW UNIVERSITY 2013 Men’s Roster

Name Chris Bertolini Eric Bruynseels Will Campbell Joe Collins Reid Garlock Johnny Gibson Philip Jackley Zach Jonas Alec Kaczkowski Andrew Kahn Sean Kent Ben Kopecky Rico Lumanlan Nick Makowiecki Sam Miles David Moss Brandon Peters Steven Pjevach Noah Swiler Nick Thompson Eric Vannatta Sam Winkler

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

Hometown Carmel, IN River Forest, IL Little Rock, AR Evanston, IL Indianapolis, IN Memphis, TN Wayzata, MN New Rochelle, NY University City, MO Zionsville, IN San Diego, CA Rochester, MN Carmel, IN Palatine, IL Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Costa Mesa, CA Bloomington, MN Edina, MN Avon, IN Columbus, OH Lake Forest, IL

2013 Men’s Schedule

September 8-9 HOSTED DEPAUW FALL INVITATIONAL 14-16 Competed at Bradley Invitational 21-24 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament February 18 OLIVET NAZARENE 4:30 PM 20 SOUTHERN INDIANA 4:30 PM 22 CASE 5:30 PM 23 WASHINGTON (MO) 11:00 AM 23 WISCONSIN-WHITEWATER 8:00 PM March 6 BUTLER 4:30 PM 9 CHICAGO 9:00 AM 9 EARLHAM 6:00 PM 23 at Redlands 10:00 AM PST 24 vs. Williams (at Pomona-Pitzer) 9:00 AM PST 24 vs. Occidental (at Pomona-Pitzer) 5:00 PM PST 25 at Whittier 2:00 PM PST 26 vs. UC-Santa Cruz (at Pomona Pitzer) 10:00 AM PST 27 at UC-San Diego 2:00 PM PST April 6 TAYLOR 7 at Indiana 9 at Vincennes 13 at Wittenberg^ 14 at Denison^ 17 at Denison^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

11:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM

Head Coach Scott Riggle Alma Mater............................ University of Indianapolis 2012 Men’s Overall Record...................................16-8 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish.....................................Third 2012 Women’s Overall Record............................. 17-6 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish................................. First

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2013 Women’s Roster

Name Mary Arnold Paige Bixler Annie Connelly Meg Crowley Caroline Emhardt Sophie Hoffman Aileen Hoffmann Kathleen Kay Caitlin Ludlow Maggie MacPhail Taylor Mahr Claire Marshall Hannah Meyer Madeline Morris Kaitlin Pickrel Julie Wittwer Elizabeth Young

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

Hometown Evansville, IN Fort Wayne, IN Dayton, OH Barrington, IL Carmel, IN Princeville, IL Naperville, IL Effingham, IL Petoskey, MI Indianapolis, IN Manhattan Beach, CA Marietta, GA River Forest, IL Glen Ellyn, IL Kettering, OH Grosse Pointe, MI Fort Collins, CO

2013 Women’s Schedule

September 1-2 HOSTED DEPAUW FALL INVITATIONAL 15-16 HOSTED TIGER INVITATIONAL 28-Oct. 1 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament

October 11-12 Competed at ITA Small College Championships February 18 23 23

OLIVET NAZARENE WASHINGTON (MO) CASE

4:30 PM 8:00 AM 5:00 PM

March 1-3 HOSTING ITA DIV. III NATIONAL INDOOR 8 OBERLIN 4:30 PM 9 CHICAGO 2:30 PM 23 at Redlands 11:00 AM PST 24 vs. Williams (at Pomona-Pitzer) 10:00 AM PST 25 vs. UC-Santa Cruz (at Pomona-Pitzer) 9:00 AM PST 25 at Whittier 6:00 PM PST 26 vs. Middlebury (at Pomona-Pitzer) 3:00 PM PST 28 vs. Wisc.-Whitewater (at Pomona Pitzer) 10:00 AM PST 30 at Claremont-Mudd Scripps 2:30 PM PST April 5-6 13 14 14

at Midwest Invitational (Madison, WI) at Witteneberg^ at Denison^ vs. Ohio Wesleyan^ (at Denison)

2:00 PM 10:00 AM 2:00 PM

^ - NCAC West Match Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Quick Facts Location............................................. Greencastle, Indiana Founded..................................................................... 1837 Nickname................................................................. Tigers Colors.............................................................Gold & Black Enrollment................................................................. 2,394 President..............................................Dr. Brian W. Casey Athletic Director...............................Stevie Baker-Watson Office phone..............................................(765) 658-4934 Head Coach.....................................................Scott Riggle Office phone...............................................(765) 658-4935 SID.................................................................... Bill Wagner Email............................................. bwagner@depauw.edu Office phone..............................................(765) 658-4630 Fax..............................................................(765) 658-5708 Head Trainer..........................................................Rex Call Office phone..............................................(765) 658-4937

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KENYON COLLEGE 2013 Men’s Roster

Name Paul Burgin Sam Geier Jared Goldstein Colin Haas Wade Heerboth Andrew Herring Jacob Huber Tristan Kaye Michael Razumovsky Tim Rosensteel Josh Stiles Davis Thrailkill Robert Turlington C.J. Williams Kevin Ye

Yr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. So. Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr.

2013 Women’s Roster

Hometown Baltimore, MD Indianapolis, IN Chapel Hill, NC Englewood, CO Tucson, AZ Lexington, KY New York, NY Tampa, FL Baltimore, MD East Windsor, NJ Chelsea, MI Nashville, TN Rochester, MN Richmond, VA Duluth, GA

Name Elise Altschuler Samantha Betts Claire Cohen Taylor Diffley Samantha Eagle Heather Fantry Lauren Hoffman Madison Hoffman Samantha Murphy Amanda Polster Amy Schlessman Stephanie White Lydia Winkler Abigail Younger

September 14-16 Competed at Oberlin Invitational 28-30 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament

September 15-16 HOSTED KENYON INVITATIONAL 21-24 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament

February 16

October 11-12 Competed at ITA Small College Championships February 9 vs. Wisc.-Whitewater (at Wisc.-GB) 9 at Wisc-Green Bay 10 at Chicago 22-24 at ITA Indoor Nationals (St. Peter, MN)

at Univ. of Northwest Ohio

1:00 PM

March 7 at Hope International 2:00 PM PST 8 at La Verne 2:30 PM PST 9 at Cal. Lutheran 11:00 AM PST 22 BALDWIN WALLACE 5:00 PM 24 vs. Mary Washington (Pittsburgh, PA) 9:00 AM

March 11 at Azusa Pacific 1:30 PM PST 11 vs. Stevens Institute (Claremont, CA) 7:30 PM PST 12 at Point Loma Nazarene 2:00 PM PST 15-16 at Stag/Hen Invitational (Claremont, CA) 24 vs. Mary Washington (Pittsburgh, PA) 1:00 PM

April 2 OHIO NORTHERN 4:30 PM 3 at Denison 4:30 PM 5-6 at Central Region Shootout (at Hope) 8 at Ohio Wesleyan 4:30 PM 13 KALAMAZOO 10:00 AM 14 CARNEGIE MELLON 11:00 AM 17 WOOSTER^ 5:00 PM 18 OBERLIN^ 5:00 PM 21 ALLEGHENY^ 10:30 AM 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC East Match Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

1:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 10:30 AM 2:30 PM

Quick Facts

Head Coach Scott Thielke Alma Mater.................................South Alabama, 1983 2012 Men’s Overall Record..................................20-4 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish..................................... First 2012 Women’s Overall Record..........................10-14 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish.............................Fourth

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Hometown Annapolis, MD McLean, VA Pepper Pike, OH Hampton Bays, NY Calabasas, CA Towson, MD Waverly, OH Waverly, OH Wooster, OH Shaker Heights, OH Sandusky, OH Cheyenne, WY Summit, NJ Albuquerque, NM

2013 Women’s Schedule

2013 Men’s Schedule

April 6 CASE 10 DENISON 13 KALAMAZOO 14 CARNEGIE MELLON 15 WOOSTER^ 15 OBERLIN^ 16 WASH. & LEE 21 ALLEGHENY^ 21 at Ohio Wesleyan^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC East Match Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

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

Location....................................................... Gambier, Ohio Founded..................................................................... 1824 Nickname................................................... Lords & Ladies Colors......................................................... Purple & White Enrollment................................................................. 1,600 President.........................................Dr. S. Georgia Nugent Athletic Director..............................................Peter Smith Office phone.............................................. (740) 427-5811 Head Coach....................................................Scott Thielke Office phone...............................................(740) 427-5620 SID................................................................... Marty Fuller Email................................................. fullerm@kenyon.edu Office phone..............................................(740) 427-5471 Fax..............................................................(740) 427-5401 Head Trainer.................................................Andy Wheeler Office phone..............................................(740) 427-5553

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OBERLIN COLLEGE 2013 Men’s Roster

Name Daniel Bloch Paul Goebel Eliot Heaton Callan Louis Charlie Marks Brandon McKenna Parker Oka-Wong Eli Rogatz Ben Turchin Soren Zeliger

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

Hometown Salem. NY Scarsdale, NY Geneva, NY

Chagrin Falls, OH Wilbraham, MA Okemos, MI Glencoe, IL Voorhees, NJ New York, NY

2013 Men’s Schedule

September 29-30 HOSTED OBERLIN INVITATIONAL February 9 16 19 23 28

BALDWIN WALLACE WABASH HEIDELBERG at Ohio Wesleyan MOUNT UNION

12:00 PM 9:00 AM 6:30 PM 9:00 AM 6:30 PM

March 9 16 25 25 29 29

GROVE CITY JOHN CARROLL vs. Virginia Wesleyan* vs. Chicago* vs. Concordia (WI)* vs. Colby*

10:00 AM 12:00 PM

April 2 WOOSTER^ 6 at Denison^ 12-13 NCAC/MIAA Challenge (at Hope) 15 at Kenyon^ 20 ALLEGHENY^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

4:30 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM

Head Men’s Coach Eric Ishida Alma Mater..................................Ohio University, 2004 2012 Men’s Overall Records...............................11-13 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish................................Seventh

Head Women’s Coach Constantine Ananiadis Alma Mater............................................. Stetson, 1996 2012 Women’s Overall Record............................ 19-6 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish........................... Second

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2013 Women’s Roster

Name Ariana Abayomi Emily Fuller Erin Johnson Alex Kahn Farah Leclercq Grace Porter Preeya Shah Brenna Sheldon

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

Hometown Atlanta, GA Grants Pass, OR Kohler, WI Bronx, NY Ocala, FL Bainbridge Island, WA Hurricane, WV Sebastopol, CA

2013 Women’s Schedule September 14-16 HOSTED OBERLIN INVITATIONAL 28-30 at Wright State Invitational October 5 at Carnegie Mellon 6 at Robert Morris February 9 9 16 22 March 6 8 9 15 16 25 25 28

L, 8-1 W, 4-3

BALDWIN WALLACE URSULINE OTTERBEIN CASE

9:00 AM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM

ASHLAND at DePauw vs. Chicago (at DePauw) at Ohio Northern JOHN CARROLL vs. Carleton* vs. Virgina Wesleyan* vs. St. Olaf*

6:30 PM 4:30 PM 11:00 AM 4:30 PM 3:00 PM 9:00 AM 3:00 PM 11:30 AM

April 5-6 at Central Region Shootout (at Hope) 10 at Wooster^ 12 DENISON 13 OHIO WESLEYAN 18 at Kenyon^ 20 ALLEGHENY^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin)

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM

^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Quick Facts

Location......................................................... Oberlin, Ohio Founded..................................................................... 1833 Nickname........................................ Yeomen & Yeowomen Colors........................................................Crimson & Gold Enrollment................................................................. 2,900 President......................................................Marvin Krislov Athletic Director.................................. Natalie Winkelfoos. Office phone...............................................(440) 775-6463 Men’s Head Coach.............................................Eric Ishida Office phone...............................................(440) 315-2399 Women’s Head Coach......................Constantie Ananiadis Office phone...............................................(440) 775-6752 SID................................................................. Mike Mancini Email........................................mike.mancini@oberlin.edu Office phone..............................................(440) 775-8503 Fax..............................................................(440) 775-8957 Head Trainer......................................................Tim Carver Office phone..............................................(440) 775-8589

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OHIO WESLEYAN UNIV. 2013 Men’s Roster

Name Conor Breen Blake Brewer Richie Karban Austin Okray John Rissell John Russell Matt Swaim Will Thieman Brad Turnwald

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

2013 Women’s Roster

Hometown Essex Falls, NJ Westerville, OH Elyria, OH North Canton, OH Whitefish Bay, WI Maumee, OH Oregon, OH Columbus, OH Fr. Jennings, OH

Name Vendala Clark Meghan Guthrie Kaley Hoffman Whitney Lonnemann Ellie Magner Olivia Ozanne Jonel Richardson Liz Spragens Eden Towers Alexandra Webb

2013 Men’s Schedule

2:30 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 9:00 AM 1:00 PM

March 11 19 25 27

4:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM

April 6 ALLEGHENY^ 12-13 at NCAC-MIAA Challenge (at Hope) 16 at Wittenberg 20 WABASH 21 KENYON^ 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

September 14-16 Competed at Oberlin Invitational 20 CEDARVILLE February 2 at Northwestern Ohio 9 OTTERBEIN March 11 19 20

v. Bridgewater (VA)* at Denison^ at Mount Union

April 6 at Allegheny 8 KENYON 13 at Oberlin 14 vs. DePauw^ (at Denison) 16 WITTENBERG^ 22 WOOSTER 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

2:00 PM 4:00 PM 9:00 AM 2:30 PM

L, 9-0 12:00 PM 10:00 AM

4:00 PM 3:30 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM

Quick Facts

Head Coach Eddie Echeverria 2012 Men’s Overall Record.................................. 8-14 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish.................................. Eighth 2012 Women’s Overall Record............................ 10-9 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish.......................... Seventh

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Hometown Hilliard, OH New Albany, OH Alliance, OH Cincinnati, OH Chevy Chase, MD Pepper Pike, OH Brooklyn, NY Nashville, TN Morrisville, VT Tipp City, OH

2013 Women’s Schedule

September 14-15 Competed at Wittenberg Invitational 21-22 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament February 2 at Northwestern OH 9 OTTERBEIN 16 CAPITAL 23 OBERLIN^ 23 MALONE vs. Bridgewater (VA)* at Denison CEDARVILLE WOOSTER^

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So.

Location......................................................Delaware, Ohio Founded..................................................................... 1842 Nickname..................................................Battling Bishops Colors..............................................................Red & Black Enrollment................................................................. 1,945 President....................................................Dr. Rock Jones Athletic Director............................................Roger Ingles Office phone..............................................(740) 368-3738 Men’s Head Coach..................................Eddie Echeverria Office phone...............................................(740) 368-3726 SID..........................................................Mark Beckenbach Email..................................................mlbecken@owu.edu Office phone..............................................(740) 368-3340 Fax..............................................................(740) 368-3332 Head Trainer......................................................Todd Miller Office phone..............................................(740) 368-3747

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WABASH COLLEGE 2013 Men’s Roster

Name Chase Bramlet Daniel Delgado Michael Demeter Nate Koelper Phil Kubisz Ian Leonard Wade Miller Nick Minaudo Drew Sawyer Mark Troiano

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

Hometown Mount Carmel, IL Indianapolis, IN Crawfordsville, IN Fort Wayne, IN Highland, IN Bloomington, IN Crawfordsville, IN South Bend, IN Kokomo, IN Indianapolis, IN

2013 Men’s Schedule

September 21-22 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament February 2 AUGUSTANA 9:00 AM 2 FRANKLIN 4:00 PM 9 at Lake Forest 9:00 AM CST 9 vs. Elmhurst (at Lake Forest) 1:00 PM CST 16 at Oberlin 9:00 AM 16 vs. Wooster (at Oberlin) 1:00 PM 20 EARLHAM 5:00 PM 23 MONMOUTH 9:00 AM 23 WESTMINSTER (MO) 4:00 PM March 1-9 16 16 20 23

Spring Break Trip To Florida HANOVER CORNERSTONE (MI) ROSE-HULMAN at Albion

April 6 WITTENBERG^ 6 MARIAN 9 at Illinois Wesleyan 12-13 at NCAC-MIAA Challenge (at Hope) 17 DEPAUW^ 20 at Denison^ 20 vs. Ohio Wesleyan (at Denison) 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match * - Spring Break trip in California Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Head Coach Jason Hutchison Alma Mater................................. Western Illinois, 2003 2012 Men’s Overall Record 17-10 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish..................................... Fifth

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9:00 AM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 4:00 PM TBA 4:30 PM 9:00 AM 1:00 PM

Quick Facts Location.............................................. Crawfordsville, Ohio Founded..................................................................... 1832 Nickname........................................................ Little Giants Colors...................................................................... Scarlet Enrollment.................................................................... 900 President..................................................Dr. Patrick White Athletic Director................................................Joe Haklin Office phone..............................................(765) 361-6233 Head Coach..............................................Jason Hutchison Office phone...............................................(765) 361-6353 SID................................................................... Brent Harris Email................................................ harrisb@wabash.edu Office phone..............................................(765) 361-6165 Fax..............................................................(765) 361-6424 Head Trainer.................................................. Mark Colston Office phone..............................................(765) 361-6159

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WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY 2013 Men’s Roster

Name Sergio Fishkin Dennis Gleason Joe Marra Stas Pakhomov Mitchell Patterson Tom Pinhas Ian Streicker Tyler Strong Alexey Topolyanskiy Sasha Topolyanskiy Sam Wilke Jialang Woo Stuart Zorn

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

2013 Women’s Roster

Hometown Minsk, Belarus Columbus, OH Great Falls, MT Richmond, BC Cincinnati, OH Miami, FL South Lebanon, OH Louisville, KY Moscow, Russia Moscow, Russia Cincinnati, OH Shanghai, China Wyoming, OH

Name Meghan Depew Andrea Gaietto Lexi Garza Meredith Hammon Morgan McDermott Kaitlin Payne Jaimie Whaley Kristin Wright

2013 Men’s Schedule

September 8 INDIANA EAST W, 9-0 22 MALONE W, 5-0 28-30 Competed at Wright State Invitational March 5 vs. Assumption* TBA 5 vs. Misericordia* TBA 6 vs. Wilkes* TBA 7 vs. Emory & Henry* TBA 7 vs. Susquehanna* 8:30 AM 8 vs. Regis* 11:30 AM 16 at Ohio Northern 10:00 AM 19 at Transylvania 4:00 PM 23 INDIANA EAST 10:00 AM 23 CENTRAL STATE 2:30 PM 28 DENISON^ 4:00 PM April 9 CEDARVILLE 5:30 PM 13 DEPAUW^ 2:00 PM 16 OHIO WESLEYAN^ 4:30 PM 20 at Wooster 1:00 PM 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

9:00 AM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:30 PM 12:00 PM

Quick Facts

Head Coach Justin Stuckey Alma Mater............................. Johnson C. Smith, 2007 2012 Men’s Overall Record...................................17-8 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish.................................. Fourth 2012 Women’s Overall Record...........................12-12 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish................................Sixth

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Hometown Downingtown, PA Tiffin, OH Dayton, OH Whitehouse, OH Wheeling, WV Carmel, IN Columbus, OH Akron, OH

2013 Women’s Schedule

September 8 INDIANA EAST W, 9-0 12 WILMINGTON w, 8-1 12 CEDARVILLE W, 8-1 14-15 HOSTED WITTENBERG INVITATIONAL 21-24 Competed at ITA Fall Tournament March 5 vs. Misericordia* TBA 5 vs. PSU-Behrend* 6:30 PM 6 vs. Wilkes* TBA 7 vs. Emory & Henry* TBA 7 vs. Susquehanna* 8:30 AM 16 at Ohio Northern 10:00 AM 19 at Transylvania 4:00 PM 23 INDIANA EAST 10:00 AM 23 at Washington (MO) 10:30 AM 23 vs. Principia (at Wash. U) 2:00 PM 23 CENTRAL STATE 2:30 PM 28 DENISON^ 4:00 PM April 6 at Wabash^ 6 vs. Marian (at Wabash) 10 at Case 13 DEPAUW^ 16 OHIO WESLEYAN^ 20 at Wooster 26-28 NCAC Championships (at Oberlin) ^ - NCAC West Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

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

Location....................................................Springfield, Ohio Founded..................................................................... 1845 Nickname................................................................. Tigers Colors............................................................. Red & White Enrollment................................................................. 1,950 President............................................Dr. Laurie M. Joyner Athletic Director........................................ Garnett Purnell Office phone..............................................(937) 327-6472 Head Coach................................................. Justin Stuckey Office phone...............................................(937) 327-6453 SID..................................................................Ryan Maurer Email.......................................... rmaurer@wittenberg.edu Office phone.............................................. (937) 327-6114 Fax.............................................................. (937) 327-6112 Head Trainer..................................................Ellen Crosbie Office phone..............................................(937) 327-6467

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COLLEGE OF WOOSTER 2013 Women’s Roster

Name Rachel Appleton Lanie Berk Kimberly Carter Melanie Chin Rose Chiumento Catherine Christian Rachel Dietz Lauren Gilliss Robin Klaus Paula Trautvetter

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

Hometown Portsmouth, OH Evanston, IL Wooster, OH Tipp City, OH Bryn Mawr, PA Bloomfield Hills, MI Richfield, MN Towson, MD Elida, OH Evanston, IL

2013 Women’s Schedule

September 15-16 Competed at Oberlin Invitational 19 MALONE 21 at Mount Union

L, 9-0 L, 9-0

October 2

HEIDELBERG

W, 5-4

February 21 23

OTTERBEIN at John Carroll

4:30 PM 2:00 PM

March 2 5 10 12 13 14 15 18 19

at Ohio Wesleyan DENISON vs. Shepherd* vs. Edgewood* vs. Lake Forest* vs. FDU-Florham* vs. Nazareth* vs. Neb. Wesleyan* vs. Macalaster*

2:00 PM 4:30 PM 8:00 AM 1:00 PM 11:30 AM 9:00 AM 8:00 AM 11:30 AM 6:30 PM

April 3 10 13 17 20 26-28

at Baldwin Wallace OBERLIN^ ALLEGHENY^ at Kenyon^ WITTENBERG NCAC Championships (at Oberlin)

4:30 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM

^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Head Women’s Coach Amy Behrman Alma Mater........................................... Catawba, 2004 2012 Women’s Overall Record............................ 3-20 2012 Women’s NCAC Finish............................. Eighth

Head Men’s Coach Hayden Schilling Alma Mater.....................................Southern Methodist 2012 Men’s Overall Record..................................6-13 2012 Men’s NCAC Finish.................................... Ninth

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2013 Men’s Roster

Name Nick Biniker Levi Glick Ted Gordon Travis Goure David Greetham Sam Huffman Erik Lindberg Tripp McLane Landon Moore Willy Nelson James Parker Jacob Pine Avery Rapson Alex Rentzepis Zack Rotter Milo Saurman John Schulz Harrison Suttle Paul Thomas

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

Hometown Toledo, OH Summit, NJ Akron, OH Lilburn, GA Amherst, NY Shaker Hts., OH Wooster, OH South Hamilton, MA Sudbury, MA Mayville, NY Washington, D.C. Bethesda, MD Birmingham, MI Eau Claire, WI Melville, NY Caledonia, MI Nashville, TN Newport News, VA Broadview Hts., OH

2013 Men’s Schedule

September 15-16 Competed at Kenyon Invitational February 2 9 16 22 23

at Otterbein WALSH vs. Wabash (at Oberlin) MALONE at John Carroll

1:00 PM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM

March 10 12 13 15 17 18 19 27

vs. Shepherd* vs. Edgewood* vs. Lake Forest* vs. Nazareth* vs. Centre* vs. Neb. Wesleyan* vs. Macalaster* at Ohio Wesleyan

8:00 AM 1:00 PM 11:30 AM 8:00 AM 4:00 PM 1:30 PM 6:30 PM 4:00 PM

April 2 4 13 15 17 20 26-28

at Oberlin^ at Ohio Northern ALLEGHENY^ at Kenyon^ DENISON WITTENBERG NCAC Championships (at Oberlin)

4:30 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 4:30 PM 12:00 PM

^ - NCAC East Match * - Hilton Head, SC Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Quick Facts

Location........................................................Wooster, Ohio Founded..................................................................... 1866 Nickname.....................................................Fighting Scots Colors.............................................................Black & Gold Enrollment................................................................. 1,800 President.......................................... Dr. Grant H. Cornwell Athletic Director......................................Dr. Keith Beckett Office phone..............................................(330) 263-2189 Head Coach..............................................Hayden Schilling Office phone...............................................(330) 263-2452 SID................................................................ Hugh Howard Email............................................. hhoward@wooster.edu Office phone..............................................(330) 263-2374 Fax..............................................................(330) 263-2209 Head Trainer........................................................Tom Love Office phone..............................................(330) 263-2184

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Men’s Tennis All-Time Standings 2011-12

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Kenyon *............................... 4-0.......... 24-5 2. Denison................................. 2-1.......... 15-5 3. DePauw................................ 3-0.......... 16-8 4. Wittenberg............................ 1-2.......... 17-8 5. Wabash................................. 0-3........ 17-10 6. Allegheny.............................. 3-1............ 9-9 7. Oberlin.................................. 2-2.........11-13 8. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-3.......... 8-14 9. Wooster................................ 0-4.......... 6-13 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Paul Burgin, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Mike Razumovsky, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

2008-09

2010-11

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Kenyon *............................... 3-0.......... 17-4 2. Denison................................. 3-0.......... 13-8 3. Wabash................................. 2-1........ 18-10 4. Allegheny.............................. 2-1.......... 12-6 5. Wittenberg............................ 1-2.......... 14-7 6. Oberlin.................................. 1-2.......... 7-17 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 0-3...........9-11 8. Wooster................................ 0-3.......... 4-18 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Jeremy Polster, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Patrick Cole, ALL Coach of the Year: Jason Hutchison, WAB NCAA Representatives: KEN

2007-08

2009-10

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Kenyon *............................... 3-0.......... 20-7 2. Denison................................. 4-0.......... 18-4 3. Wabash................................. 3-1.........17-11 4. Allegheny.............................. 2-1.........12-11 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-3........ 10-10 6. Wittenberg............................ 2-2.........12-11 7. Oberlin.................................. 0-3.......... 4-22 8. Wooster................................ 1-2.......... 6-14 9. Earlham................................ 0-4.......... 8-10 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Michael Greenberg, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Brad Maisey, ERL Coach of the Year: Jason Hutchison, WAB NCAA Representatives: KEN

2006-07

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Kenyon *............................... 3-0.......... 21-7 2. Denison................................. 4-0.......... 15-5 3. Wabash................................. 2-2.........11-16 4. Wittenberg............................ 3-1.......... 15-8 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-3.......... 12-9 6. Wooster................................ 2-1.......... 14-8 7. Allegheny.............................. 1-2.......... 9-10 8. Oberlin.................................. 0-3.......... 0-22 9. Earlham................................ 0-4.......... 4-10

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 6-0.......... 25-1 2. Denison................................. 6-1.......... 14-7 3. Allegheny.............................. 4-2.......... 15-7 4. Wabash................................. 4-2.........11-14 5. Wooster................................ 2-5.......... 8-14 6. Oberlin.................................. 3-3.......... 8-10 7. Wittenberg............................ 2-7...........5-11 8. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-6.......... 7-14 9. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 2-8

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon *............................... 6-0.......... 17-7 2. Denison................................. 7-1.......... 14-8 3. Allegheny.............................. 3-3...........8-11 4. Wooster................................ 5-2.......... 15-8 5. Wabash................................. 2-4........ 14-13 6. Oberlin.................................. 3-4.......... 9-15 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-4.......... 7-10 8. Wittenberg............................ 1-7.......... 2-16 9. Earlham................................ 0-4............ 0-9

Player of the Year: Michael Greenberg, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Tomas Piskacek, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Michael Greenberg, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Michael Greenberg, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Daniel Becker, KEN Newcomer of the Year: William VandenBerg, KEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2005-06

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 7-1.......... 17-5 2. Kenyon.................................. 6-0.......... 16-6 3. Wooster................................ 4-3.......... 10-8 4. Allegheny.............................. 3-2.......... 10-8 5. Oberlin.................................. 4-3.......... 12-8 6. Wittenberg............................ 2-4.......... 6-13 7. Wabash................................. 1-6........ 10-17 8. Earlham................................ 2-2............ 9-7 9. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 0-7.......... 5-10 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Jordan Buehler, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Jay Horrey, WAB Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

2002-03

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2004-05

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Coach of the Year: Jared Luteran, ALL; Jason Hutchinson, WAB

NCAA Representatives: KEN

2003-04

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 4-0.......... 15-5 2. Denison................................. 4-0.......... 12-5 3. Wooster................................ 3-1.......... 16-5 4. Oberlin.................................. 2-2.......... 13-8 5. Allegheny.............................. 1-3...........8-11 6. Wittenberg............................ 3-1.......... 12-9 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-2............ 9-9 8. Earlham................................ 1-3...........11-9 9. Hiram.................................... 0-4............ 2-8 Wabash................................. 0-4.......... 5-18

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 4-0.......... 15-4 2. Wooster................................ 3-1.......... 16-8 3. Oberlin.................................. 2-2.......... 15-7 4. Allegheny.............................. 1-3.........11-13 5. Denison................................. 3-1...........11-9 6. Wittenberg............................ 3-1............ 9-6 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 3-1.......... 7-12 8. Wabash................................. 1-3.......... 9-17 9. Earlham................................ 0-4.......... 10-8 Hiram.................................... 0-4...........2-11

Player of the Year: Borko Tesic, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Randy Lofgren, DEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Borko Tesic, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Will Morrison, WOO

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2001-02

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Coach of the Year: Don Hunsinger, OBE; Hayden Schilling, WOO

NCAA Representatives: KEN

2000-01

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 4-0.......... 19-4 2. Wittenberg............................ 4-0.......... 15-5 3. Denison................................. 3-1............ 9-7 4. Wooster................................ 3-1........ 10-12 5. Earlham................................ 1-3.......... 18-5 Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-2.......... 9-10 7. Allegheny.............................. 1-3.......... 5-18 Oberlin.................................. 2-2.........11-12 9. Hiram.................................... 0-4............ 4-9 Wabash................................. 0-4.......... 2-15

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 4-0.......... 17-3 2. Denison................................. 4-0.........11-12 3. Wittenberg............................ 3-1.......... 14-4 4. Wooster................................ 3-1........ 13-10 5. Allegheny.............................. 2-2........ 10-10 6. Wabash................................. 2-2.......... 13-9 7. Earlham................................ 1-3.......... 12-8 8. Oberlin.................................. 1-3.......... 6-16 9. Hiram.................................... 0-4.......... 3-10 Ohio Wesleyan..................... 0-4.......... 4-14

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 4-0.......... 15-5 2. Kenyon.................................. 4-0........ 12-10 3. Wittenberg............................ 3-1.......... 16-6 4. Wooster................................ 3-1......... 11-11 5. Allegheny.............................. 2-2.......... 14-8 6. Wabash................................. 2-2.......... 13-6 7. Oberlin.................................. 1-3.......... 7-19 8. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-3.......... 3-17 9. Earlham................................ 0-4............ 9-9 Hiram.................................... 0-4...........5-11

Player of the Year: Nilesh Saldanha, WOO Newcomer of the Year: Ryan Drew, OWU Coach of the Year: Dave Engle, WIT NCAA Representatives: KEN, WIT

Player of the Year: Casey Clagett, WIT Newcomer of the Year: Mike Herrick, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

Player of the Year: Jeronie Barnes, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Nilesh Saldanha, WOO Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, WIT

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

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*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

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Men’s Tennis All-Time Standings (2) 1999-2000

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 4-0.......... 15-8 2. Kenyon.................................. 2-0.......... 15-8 3. Wittenberg............................ 3-1.......... 17-7 4. Allegheny.............................. 3-1.......... 17-7 5. Wooster................................ 1-2.........11-12 6. Wabash................................. 2-2........ 10-18 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-3...........8-11 8. Oberlin.................................. 1-3.......... 6-19 9. Earlham................................ 0-4.......... 10-7 Hiram.................................... 0-2.......... 2-10 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Jeronie Barnes, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Jeronie Barnes, DEN Coach of the Year: Dave Engle, WIT NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

1996-97

1998-99

1997-98

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 7-0.......... 21-2 2. Kenyon.................................. 6-1.......... 16-7 3. Wooster................................ 5-2.......... 18-5 4. Allegheny.............................. 3-4.......... 18-9 5. CWRU................................... 4-3.......... 12-5 6. Wittenberg............................ 3-5.......... 8-14 7. Oberlin.................................. 1-7.......... 6-20 8. Ohio Wesleyan.................... 2-6.......... 4-16 9. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 3-8

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 6-0.......... 19-4 2. Kenyon.................................. 6-1.......... 17-7 3. Wooster................................ 4-3........ 15-10 4. Allegheny.............................. 4-3.......... 17-8 5. CWRU................................... 4-3.......... 12-6 6. Wittenberg............................ 4-4......... 11-11 7. Oberlin.................................. 1-6.......... 4-19 8. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-7.......... 6-17 9. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 6-6

Player of the Year: Lee Hays, DEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN

Player of the Year: Lee Hays, DEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1995-96

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1994-95

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 7-0.......... 22-4 2. Kenyon.................................. 5-2.......... 19-7 3. Wooster................................ 6-1.......... 15-9 4. CWRU................................... 5-3.......... 12-6 5. Allegheny.............................. 3-4.......... 18-9 6. Oberlin.................................. 2-5.......... 8-14 7. Wittenberg............................ 2-6.......... 9-12 8. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-7.......... 3-18 9. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 3-9

Member Overall 1. Wooster............................................... 19-6 2. Denison................................................ 15-5 3. Kenyon................................................. 17-9 4. CWRU.................................................. 13-8 5. Allegheny............................................. 21-6 6. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 7-13 7. Wittenberg........................................... 4-10 8. Oberlin................................................. 9-12 9. Earlham................................................. 2-7

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 18-6 2. Denison................................................ 13-6 3. Allegheny............................................. 19-4 4. Oberlin................................................11-10 5. Wooster............................................... 6-17 6. CWRU...................................................6-11 7. Ohio Wesleyan.....................................8-11 8. Wittenberg............................................. 6-9 9. Earlham................................................. 3-9

Player of the Year: Lee Hays, DEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, WOO

Player of the Year: Johan Nyblom, WOO Coach of the Year: Hayden Schilling, WOO NCAA Representatives:

Player of the Year: Warren Cham-A-Koon, WOO Coach of the Year: David Schilling, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN, WOO

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1993-94

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1992-93

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1991-92

Member Overall 1. Denison................................................ 17-5 2. Wooster............................................... 21-6 3. Kenyon..................................................11-8 4. Allegheny............................................. 16-7 5. Ohio Wesleyan.................................. 15-10 6. Oberlin................................................. 15-7 7. CWRU.................................................. 13-8 8. Wittenberg............................................8-11 9. Earlham............................................... 0-10

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 15-6 2. Denison................................................ 15-4 3. Wittenberg........................................... 13-5 4. Oberlin............................................... 10-13 5. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 15-6 6. Wooster............................................. 10-13 7. Allegheny........................................... 14-10 8. CWRU.................................................. 9-14 9. Earlham................................................. 0-9

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 15-6 2. Wooster............................................... 19-7 3. Denison................................................ 17-5 4. Oberlin................................................16-11 5. Wittenberg............................................. 8-7 6. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 10-8 7. CWRU.................................................... 5-7 8. Allegheny............................................11-10 9. Earlham................................................. 3-5

Player of the Year: Carl Erikson, OBE Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: KEN, OBE, WOO

Player of the Year: Carl Erikson, OBE Coach of the Year: Paul Wardlaw, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, OBE, OWU

Player of the Year: Anthony Fernandez, WOO Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, OBE, WOO

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1990-91

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1989-90

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 7-0.......... 21-7 2. Wooster................................ 7-1.......... 19-6 3. Denison................................. 6-2.......... 15-8 4. Oberlin.................................. 4-4.........15-11 5. Wittenberg............................ 5-3.......... 12-5 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 3-5.......... 12-9 7. CWRU................................... 1-6............ 9-9 8. Allegheny.............................. 1-6.......... 7-17 9. Earlham................................ 0-7.......... 1-12

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wooster................................ 6-2.......... 21-6 2. Denison................................. 7-0.......... 18-3 3. Oberlin.................................. 4-2.......... 20-9 4. Kenyon.................................. 5-1.........14-11 5. Wittenberg............................ 2-4............ 8-7 6. Allegheny.............................. 2-4.........11-10 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-7...........6-11 8. CWRU................................... 1-4............ 5-9 9. Earlham................................ 0-6.......... 1-10

Player of the Year: Anthony Fernandez, WOO Coach of the Year: Hayden Schilling, WOO NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Steve Kuri, WOO Coach of the Year: Hayden Schilling, WOO NCAA Representatives:

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*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1988-89

Member Total Team Points 1. Denison....................................................51 Kenyon.....................................................51 Wooster...................................................51 4. Oberlin.....................................................30 5. Allegheny...................................................6 6. CWRU........................................................0 Ohio Wesleyan..........................................0 Player of the Year: Steve Kuri, WOO Coach of the Year: Don Hunsinger, OBE NCAA Representatives:

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Men’s Tennis All-Time Standings (3) 1987-88

1986-87

1985-86

Member Total Team Points 1. Denison....................................................72 2. Kenyon.....................................................60 3. CWRU......................................................25 4. Oberlin.....................................................23 5. Ohio Wesleyan........................................20 6. Allegheny.................................................10 7. Wooster.....................................................3

Member Total Team Points 1. Denison....................................................20 2. Wooster...................................................19 3. Kenyon.....................................................13 4. CWRU........................................................4 Oberlin.......................................................4 6. Ohio Wesleyan..........................................2 7. Allegheny...................................................0

Member Total Team Points 1. Denison....................................................21 2. Wooster...................................................18 3. CWRU........................................................8 4. Allegheny...................................................6 5. Kenyon.......................................................3 6. Oberlin.......................................................2 7. Ohio Wesleyan..........................................1

Player of the Year: Steve Ozcomert, KEN Coach of the Year: Cathy Benton, DEN NCAA Representatives:

Player of the Year: Brad Downing, DEN Coach of the Year: Cathy Benton, DEN NCAA Representatives:

Player of the Year: Brad Downing, DEN Coach of the Year: Cathy Benton, DEN NCAA Representatives:

1984-85

Member Total Team Points 1. Wooster...................................................20 2. Denison....................................................20 3. Ohio Wesleyan........................................ 11 4. CWRU........................................................9 5. Allegheny...................................................1 6. Oberlin.......................................................1 7. Kenyon.......................................................0 Most Valuable Player: Bill McLean, DEN NCAA Representatives:

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Women’s Tennis All-Time Standings 2011-12

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. DePauw *.............................. 3-0.......... 18-7 2. Oberlin.................................. 3-0.......... 19-6 3. Denison................................. 2-1.......... 9-12 4. Kenyon.................................. 2-1........ 10-14 5. Allegheny.............................. 1-2........ 10-10 6. Wittenberg............................ 1-2........ 12-12 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 0-3.......... 10-9 8. Wooster................................ 0-3.......... 3-20 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Ariel Lewis, OBE Newcomer of the Year: Maggie MacPhail, DPU Coach of the Year: Constantine Ananiadis, OBE NCAA Representatives: DPU

2008-09

2010-11

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Denison *.............................. 6-0.......... 16-5 2. Kenyon.................................. 5-1.......... 15-6 3. Allegheny.............................. 2-4.......... 13-9 4. Oberlin.................................. 4-2........ 12-13 5. Wittenberg............................ 3-3.......... 19-6 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-5...........5-11 7. Wooster................................ 0-6.......... 7-13 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Kristin Cobb, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Leah Ann Miller, WIT Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OBE

2007-08

2009-10

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Denison* .............................. 3-0.......... 18-5 2. Kenyon.................................. 3-0.......... 14-7 3. Oberlin.................................. 2-1........ 13-10 4. Allegheny.............................. 1-2.......... 5-16 5. Wittenberg............................ 2-1.......... 12-9 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-2...........6-11 7. Wooster................................ 0-3.......... 5-16 8. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 7-8 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Marta Drane, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Amy Schlessman, KEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

2006-07

Member NCAC Div. Overall 1. Denison ............................... 3-0.......... 16-6 2. Kenyon.................................. 3-0.......... 12-7 3. Oberlin.................................. 2-1........ 14-12 4. Allegheny.............................. 1-2.........10-11 5. Wittenberg............................ 2-1.......... 14-5 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 1-2.......... 10-9 7. Wooster................................ 0-3.......... 6-16 8. Earlham................................ 0-3.......... 4-10

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison ............................... 6-0.......... 20-3 2. Kenyon.................................. 6-1.......... 16-6 3. Oberlin.................................. 4-3.......... 8-14 4. Allegheny.............................. 4-2........ 14-10 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-6...........8-11 6. Wittenberg............................ 3-4.......... 10-7 7. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 8-5 8. Wooster................................ 0-3.......... 0-16

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 6-0.......... 19-4 2. Kenyon.................................. 5-1.......... 16-6 3. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 4-2.......... 10-8 4. Oberlin.................................. 4-3......... 11-11 5. Wittenberg............................ 3-4............ 9-8 6. Earlham................................ 1-3............ 7-6 7. Allegheny.............................. 1-5.......... 6-14 8. Wooster................................ 0-6.......... 1-17

Player of the Year: Ariel Lews, OBE Newcomer of the Year: Ariel Lewis, OBE Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OBE

Player of the Year: Meghan Damico, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Kristin Cobb, DEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

Player of the Year: Meghan Damico, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Marta Drane, DEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2005-06

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 6-0.......... 18-7 2. Kenyon.................................. 6-1.......... 16-8 3. Wittenberg............................ 3-3......... 11-11 4. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 4-2.......... 12-8 5. Oberlin.................................. 3-4.......... 9-10 6. Allegheny.............................. 1-4.......... 7-13 7. Wooster................................ 1-6.......... 3-19 8. Earlham................................ 0-4...........6-11 *Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Player of the Year: Ashley Kriwinski, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Ashley Kriwinski, KEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

2002-03

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2004-05

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2003-04

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 6-0.......... 18-2 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 5-1.......... 13-5 3. Oberlin.................................. 5-2.......... 17-4 4. Kenyon.................................. 3-3.......... 9-10 5. Wittenberg............................ 2-3.......... 13-5 6. Wooster................................ 3-5.......... 8-13 7. Earlham................................ 0-3...........8-11 8. Allegheny.............................. 1-4.......... 4-17 9. Hiram.................................... 1-4............ 1-7

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 4-0.......... 19-2 2. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 4-2............ 9-4 3. Kenyon.................................. 3-1............ 9-8 4. Wittenberg............................ 3-2...........11-4 5. Oberlin.................................. 4-2.......... 14-6 6. Wooster................................ 3-3........ 10-10 7. Earlham................................ 1-4.......... 10-9 8. Allegheny.............................. 1-5.......... 4-18 9. Hiram.................................... 0-4............ 0-5

Player of the Year: Kimiko Glynn, OBE Newcomer of the Year: Kimiko Glynn, OBE Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year: Kelly Glassburn, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Amelia Crace, DEN Coach of the Year: Sheri Courter, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2001-02

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

2000-01

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 3-0.......... 12-5 2. Kenyon.................................. 3-1.......... 10-9 3. Wittenberg............................ 4-1............ 8-7 4. Oberlin.................................. 5-3........ 15-10 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-3............ 7-8 Wooster................................ 2-3...........5-11 7. Earlham................................ 1-3............ 9-8 Allegheny.............................. 1-4.......... 6-16 9. Hiram.................................... 0-4............ 1-9

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison................................. 6-0.......... 15-3 2. Kenyon.................................. 5-1.......... 18-6 3. Wittenberg............................ 3-3.........10-11 4. Oberlin.................................. 3-3.........16-11 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 3-4.......... 12-5 6. Allegheny.............................. 4-4.......... 12-8 7. Wooster................................ 1-5.......... 6-14 8. Earlham................................ 1-2............ 8-6 9. Hiram.................................... 0-4............ 3-9

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 3-0.......... 18-6 2. Denison................................. 4-1.......... 13-9 3. Wittenberg............................ 4-3.......... 14-9 4. Oberlin.................................. 4-2.........12-11 5. Allegheny.............................. 5-3.......... 22-3 6. Wooster................................ 1-5.......... 8-12 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-4............ 6-9 8. Earlham................................ 1-2............ 7-9 9. Hiram.................................... 0-5............ 0-9

Player of the Year: Christina Reimers, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Christina Reimers, KEN Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

Player of the Year: Brooke Roeper, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Emily Figel, WIT Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

Player of the Year: Lauren Gerlach, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Lauren Gerlach, DEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OBE

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Women’s Tennis All-Time Standings (2) 1999-2000

1998-99

1997-98

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 5-0.......... 20-5 2. Denison................................. 4-1.......... 14-6 3. Oberlin.................................. 6-2.......... 16-9 4. Allegheny.............................. 5-1.......... 20-5 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 3-4............ 9-6 6. Wooster................................ 2-6.......... 5-14 7. Wittenberg............................ 3-5.........11-13 8. Earlham................................ 1-7............ 6-9 9. Hiram.................................... 0-5.......... 0-12

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 3-0.......... 12-8 2. Denison................................. 5-1...........11-8 3. Allegheny.............................. 3-2.......... 19-6 4. Wooster................................ 4-3.........10-11 5. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 4-4............ 9-8 6. Oberlin.................................. 6-2.......... 15-8 7. Wittenberg............................ 2-5.......... 5-16 8. CWRU................................... 0-6.......... 3-16 9. Earlham................................ 0-4............ 3-6

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 3-0.......... 18-6 2. Denison................................. 6-1.......... 13-7 3. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 6-2.......... 12-4 4. Allegheny.............................. 4-2.......... 18-4 5. Oberlin.................................. 2-4.......... 9-14 6. CWRU................................... 2-5.......... 8-12 7. Wooster................................ 3-3...........11-8 8. Wittenberg............................ 1-5.......... 5-18 9. Earlham................................ 0-5............ 5-7

Player of the Year: Caryn Cuthbert, KEN Newcomer of the Year: Sarah Jesse, OBE Coach of the Year: Peter Burling, DEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Erin Hockman, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

Player of the Year: Caryn Cuthbert, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1996-97

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1995-96

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1994-95

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 3-2.......... 22-4 2. Oberlin.................................. 4-3........ 13-10 3. Denison................................. 5-1............ 9-7 4. Allegheny.............................. 3-2.......... 18-5 5. Wooster................................ 5-2.......... 16-6 6. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 5-3.......... 12-6 7. CWRU................................... 0-6.......... 6-10 8. Wittenberg............................ 2-5.......... 3-12 9. Earlham................................ 0-3............ 0-8

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 23-3 2. Denison.................................................11-4 3. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 13-7 4. Oberlin................................................. 15-8 5. Wittenberg............................................. 8-6 6. Allegheny............................................. 16-7 7. Wooster............................................... 8-15 8. CWRU.................................................. 7-13 9. Earlham................................................. 1-7

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 22-2 2. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 14-5 3. Denison.................................................. 9-9 4. Wittenberg............................................. 9-7 5. Oberlin............................................... 10-13 6. Wooster............................................... 7-14 7. Allegheny........................................... 10-12 8. CWRU...................................................7-11 9. Earlham................................................0-11

Player of the Year: Caryn Cuthbert, KEN Coach of the Year: Don Hunsinger, OBE NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Kristen Sherrill, OWU Coach of the Year: Paul Wardlaw, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN, OWU

Player of the Year: Kristen Sherrill, OWU; Ali St. Vincent, KEN Coach of the Year: Paul Wardlaw, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN, OWU

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1993-94

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1992-93

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1991-92

Member Overall 1. Denison................................................ 9-10 2. Kenyon................................................. 15-8 3. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 17-3 4. Oberlin................................................. 13-8 5. Wooster............................................. 10-12 6. CWRU.................................................. 10-9 7. Wittenberg........................................... 6-13 8. Allegheny........................................... 10-13 9. Earlham................................................0-11

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 25-1 2. Denison................................................ 18-9 3. Allegheny............................................. 18-4 4. Wittenberg........................................... 15-6 5. Wooster............................................... 14-7 6. Ohio Wesleyan.....................................11-9 7. Oberlin..................................................9-11 8. CWRU.................................................. 4-15 9. Earlham................................................. 2-7

Member Overall 1. Kenyon................................................. 24-2 2. Denison................................................ 16-7 3. Allegheny............................................. 17-7 4. Wittenberg............................................. 7-7 5. Wooster............................................. 12-10 6. Ohio Wesleyan.................................... 12-7 7. CWRU.................................................... 4-8 8. Oberlin................................................. 4-20 9. Earlham................................................. 1-6

Player of the Year: Kristewn Sherrill, OWU Coach of the Year: Margie Shade, OWU NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Katja Zerck, KEN Coach of the Year: Mark Fleming, ALL NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN

Player of the Year: Katja Zerck, KEN Coach of the Year: Mark Fleming, ALL NCAA Representatives: KEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1990-91

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1989-90

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 5-0.......... 19-8 2. Denison................................. 5-0.......... 16-5 3. Oberlin.................................. 6-2.........19-11 4. Allegheny.............................. 5-2........ 19-10 5. Wittenberg............................ 3-5............ 8-6 6. Wooster................................ 3-5.......... 9-13 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 3-5.......... 12-7 8. CWRU................................... 1-5...........9-11 9. Earlham................................ 0-7.......... 3-12

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon.................................. 6-0.......... 20-7 2. Denison................................. 6-1.......... 16-7 3. Wittenberg............................ 3-3............ 9-4 4. Wooster................................ 6-4.......... 14-8 5. Oberlin.................................. 3-4.........12-11 6. Allegheny.............................. 3-4............ 6-8 7. Ohio Wesleyan..................... 2-6............ 9-6 8. Earlham................................ 1-8.......... 1-10 9. CWRU................................... 1-4............ 6-9

Player of the Year: Kavita Varma, OBE Coach of the Year: Michelle Ennis, OBE NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Kavita Varma, OBE Coach of the Year: Paul Wardlaw, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

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*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

*Standings determined by NCAC Tournament

1988-89

Member Total Team Points 1. Kenyon.....................................................66 2. Denison....................................................60 3. Oberlin.....................................................24 4. Wooster...................................................21 5. Ohio Wesleyan........................................15 6. Allegheny...................................................3 7. CWRU........................................................0 Player of the Year: Kavita Varma, OBE Coach of the Year: Don Hunsinger, OBE NCAA Representatives: KEN

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Women’s Tennis All-Time Standings (3) 1987-88

1986-87

1985-86

Member Total Team Points 1. Kenyon.....................................................72 2. Denison....................................................60 3. Wooster...................................................24 4. Oberlin.....................................................20 Ohio Wesleyan........................................20 6. Allegheny.................................................14 7. CWRU........................................................0

Member Total Team Points 1. Kenyon.....................................................25 2. Denison....................................................17 3. Allegheny.................................................10 4. Wooster.....................................................8 5. Ohio Wesleyan..........................................2 6. CWRU........................................................0 Oberlin.......................................................0

Member Total Team Points 1. Kenyon.....................................................23 2. Denison....................................................13 3. Allegheny.................................................10 Wooster...................................................10 5. Oberlin.......................................................5 6. Ohio Wesleyan..........................................2 7. CWRU........................................................0

Player of the Year: Julie Kipka, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Lynn Schneebeck, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives: KEN

Player of the Year: Claire Howard, KEN Coach of the Year: Scott Thielke, KEN NCAA Representatives:

1984-85

Member Total Team Points 1. Allegheny.................................................22 2. Denison.................................................... 11 3. Oberlin..................................................... 11 4. Kenyon.......................................................9 5. Ohio Wesleyan..........................................4 6. CWRU........................................................2 7. Wooster.....................................................2 Most Valuable Player: Tory Thomas, ALL Coach of the Year: Mark Fleming, ALL NCAA Representatives:

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