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TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts...............................................1 This is Radford University................... 2-3 Radford Athletics.................................. 4-5 Tennis Facility..........................................6 Strength & Conditioning..........................7 Athletic Training / Academics..................8 Big South Conference...............................9 2009 Roster / Season Preview................10 Head Coach Bruce Harrison...................11 Assistant Coach James Lloyd.................12 Player Profiles.................................. 13-17 2008-09 Season In Review....................18 Honors and Awards................................19 2010 Opponents.....................................20

2009-10 RADFORD WOMEN’S TENNIS QUICK FACTS / TEAM INFORMATION RADFORD UNIVERSITY Location.........................................................................................Radford, Va. Founded.....................................................................................................1910 Enrollment.................................................................................................9,230 Nickname....................................................................................... Highlanders Colors.........................................................................................Red and White Affiliation...............................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.........................................................................................Big South President................................................. Penelope W. Kyle (Guilford College) Director of Athletics...........................Robert Lineburg (Roanoke College ’91) WOMEN’S TENNIS INFORMATION Facility.........................................................Radford University Tennis Courts Head Coach............................................................................... Bruce Harrison Record at Radford (Years)..................................................................52-99 (9) Big South Record......................................................................................11-43 Career Record...............................................................................129-148 (22) Women’s Tennis Office Phone..................................................(540) 831-7173 Email.............................................................................bharrison@radford.edu Assistant Coach..............................................................................James Lloyd Email.............................................................................. jlloyd15@radford.edu 2009 Overall Record.................................................................................12-10 2009 Big South Record (Finish)..........................................................2-5 (6th) Starters Returning / Lost.............................................................................5 / 3 Letterwinners Returning / Lost...................................................................4 / 3 Newcomers......................................................................................................2

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year....................................................................................................1987 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Asst. A.D. for Athletic Communications........................................ Joey Beeler Office Phone..............................................................................(540) 831-5726 Cell............................................................................................(704) 458-6198 Email..............................................................................jwbeeler@radford.edu Assistant Director.......................................................................... Patrick Reed Office Phone.............................................................................. (540) 831-5211 Email................................................................................pmreed@radford.edu Assistant Director......................................................................... Brian Stanley Office Phone..............................................................................(540) 831-6884 Email........................................................................... bmstanley@radford.edu Intern (Women’s Tennis Contact).................................................. Curt Cassell Office Phone..............................................................................(540) 831-6358 Email.............................................................................. ctcassell@radford.edu Office Fax..................................................................................(540) 831-5556 Website.................................................................. www.RadfordAthletics.com Mailing Address........................................ P.O. Box 6913, Radford, VA 24142 Overnight Address..........................101 University Drive, Radford, VA 24142

CREDITS: The 2009-10 Radford University Women’s Tennis Media Guide was written, edited and designed by Justin Thompson and Curt Cassell along with the Office of Athletic Communications. Photography was provided by Lora Gordon, Brett Whitesell, Neal Leahy, WG Sports Photos and Athletic Communications. The covers were designed by Joey Beeler. The common pages were designed by Steven May. The publication was designed using InDesign and Photoshop CS3. The guide was printed by B&B Printing in Richmond, Va.

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PRESIDENT PENELOPE KYLE Penelope Ward Kyle became Radford University’s sixth, and first female, president when she took office on June 1, 2005. She came to RU with more than 30 years of experience in state government, the corporate and legal worlds, and higher education. Upon assuming the presidency, President Kyle immediately focused on leading the university’s initiative to become one of the top 50 masters universities in the nation. The Radford University strategic plan “7-17”, completed in 2007 at her direction, identifies four strategic directives -- the investment in people, programs, global and local society and the future of Radford University. Under President Kyle’s leadership, the university also added its first doctoral program with an emphasis in rural mental health and launched an initiative to grow graduate college student enrollment by offering additional doctoral and masters level programs. She hired the university’s first provost and created two new vice presidential areas of responsibility, Information Technology and University Relations. The Radford University Board of Visitors, at President Kyle’s request, has increased its membership by four positions to provide an opportunity for more diversity and leadership innovation within the governing body. A native of southwest Virginia, President Kyle is a product of the Galax public schools system. She graduated from Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina and did her postgraduate studies in English at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law and later earned her MBA from the College of William and Mary. President Kyle served as Executive Director of the Virginia Lottery for 11 years, under three successive governors. First appointed by Governor George Allen in 1994, she was reappointed by Governor James Gilmore, and then reappointed once again by Governor Mark Warner. Previously, Ms. Kyle was employed by CSX Corporation, an international transportation company, where she became the company’s first female officer. Before joining CSX Corporation, she was an attorney with McGuire, Woods, LLP in Richmond. She also taught English for six years at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia. President Kyle serves in leadership positions on numerous educational, civic, cultural, professional, financial and volunteer organizations. She served on the Board of Visitors at James Madison University from 1984 until 1992 and on the JMU Foundation Board from 1992 until 1994. She also served on the Virginia Commonwealth University Foundation Board from 1994 until 2000 and on the Board of Governors of Saint Christopher’s School

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from 1999 until 2005. President Kyle is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Board of Directors of PRA, Inc., a publicly traded company. Ms. Kyle is married to Charles L. Menges, an attorney and partner with McGuire, Woods, LLC. They are the parents of a son, Kyle Ward Menges, and two daughters, Penelope Whitley Menges, and Patricia Lee Menges.

RADFORD UNIVERSITY FAST FACTS - Located in the New River Valley of Southwest Virginia - 177-acre main campus; 78-acre RU West campus - 9,230 Students (60% female, 40% male) - Students originate from 45 states and Washington D.C.; 47 countries - Student-to-faculty ratio of 19:1 - 83% of faculty hold doctorate or terminal degrees in their fields - 93% of RU students obtain employment or continue education within 3-8 months of graduation

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Radford University blends the rich, diverse curriculum of a major university with a small town atmosphere conducive to learning and personal enrichment. By emphasizing student learning as the core of its mission, Radford challenges students and helps them develop academically, socially, physically, culturally and morally. The university recognizes that in our rapidly changing global society, today’s technology is tomorrow’s history, and what endures is the ability to learn, think logically and communicate clearly. Radford is a successful, popular university that has quickly grown in stature as an innovator in higher education. Its growth in reputation has been paralleled by a growth in numbers and diversity. The school enrolls some 9,230 students from throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, from 45 other states and from 47 foreign countries. A state-supported institution founded in 1910, Radford offers more than 140 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in seven colleges. The institution offers Bachelors of Arts, Science, Fine Arts, Business Administration, Music Therapy, Masters of Science, Arts and Educational Specialists degrees. Army ROTC is available as well. Radford is, and will continue to be, a community in which all members participate actively and communicate openly. It is a community that values diversity and is responsive to change and new ideas. Most importantly, it is a community that is committed to the teaching and learning process and maintains service to students as its highest priority and most enduring value.

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RADFORD ATHLETICS Since being introduced as Radford University’s Director of Athletics in the fall of 2007, Radford native Robert Lineburg has helped usher in a new era of Highlander athletics, marked by unprecedented on-and off-field improvements and successes. In his short time with the department, Lineburg has been the catalyst for a number of changes, particularly in areas such as facilities, personnel and strategic planning. His most visible influence to date has been on the Dedmon ROBERT LINEBURG Center, where Lineburg has been DIRECTOR OF involved with major renovations ATHLETICS to the centerpiece of Radford athletics for more than 25 years. Beginning in the spring of 2008, the facility underwent transformations to the arena, including a new steel-supported roof, a new basketball floor, renovated athletic offices, a new-look natatorium, and improved athletic locker, training, and medical facilities. Lineburg has also overseen the hires of four new head coaches, as well as five new athletic administrators. His hires include women’s basketball head coach Taj Njongba, head volleyball coach Marci Jenkins, women’s head golf coach Jeff Beeler, and the promotion of track and field interim director Brent Chumbley to head coaches’ status. Among the administrators added in Lineburg’s tenure are executive associate A.D. Randy Butt, head athletic trainer David Jager, assistant A.D. for communications Joey Beeler, director of studentathlete support services/SWA Stephanie Ballein, and associate A.D. for external operations Greg Herring. As a result of the changes, Radford achieved a banner year in 2008-09: women’s soccer, men’s basketball, men’s tennis and softball claimed Big South conference crowns and advanced to NCAA Tournament play. Women’s soccer advanced to its fourth tournament, men’s basketball won the Big South regular-season and tournament to advance to the NCAAs for the first time since 1998, men’s tennis made its third-straight appearance, and softball appeared for the first time and won Radford’s first NCAA tournament game in any sport. He and his staff have also been responsible for creating a five-year strategic plan for the Radford athletic department and building an athletics facilities

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RANDY BUTT

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master plan. Additional achievements include ushering in a new athletics Internet site (RadfordAthletics. com), and helping implement a new ticket system (Ticket Return). Lineburg and his staff have also hosted toplevel competition, with three Big South championships taking place on the Radford campus in 2008-09 (men’s basketball, track & field and softball). In addition to making an impact on Radford athletics, Lineburg is also involved in a number of different organizations and committees. He is the chairman of the Big South Conference Subcommittee on Basketball Improvement, a member of the Big South ad-hoc Committee on Basketball Issues, and a member of the selection committee to select Radford University’s Vice President for Advancement. Prior to becoming Radford’s third Director of Athletics, Lineburg’s corporate knowledge was groomed as a marketing associate with Peloton Real Estate Partners in Dallas, Texas. Along with his business experience, Lineburg spent 15 seasons as a college basketball coach, including time as Southern Methodist’s (Dallas, Texas) interim head coach. Prior to serving as the Mustangs interim head coach, Lineburg spent eight years as an assistant coach at SMU. Following his interim tenure, he served two more seasons as an assistant at Southern Methodist. Lineburg’s coaching resume also includes assistant coaching positions with the men’s basketball programs at James Madison University and Emory & Henry College, as well as with the Dallas Mavericks summer league team. His coaching experience also took him through the Big South, as he spent time on the sideline at UNC Greensboro. A 1991 graduate of Roanoke College, Lineburg started his collegiate basketball career as a Radford Highlander, where he was a two-year letterman before transferring to nearby Roanoke College to play his final two years. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in political science with a minor in history. In 1995, he received a Master’s Degree in education from Virginia Tech, where he was also a graduate assistant on the men’s basketball staff. Lineburg is the son of retired Radford High School football coach and athletic director Norman Lineburg and the brother of Dr. Mark Lineburg, the Assistant Superintendent of Amherst County Schools, Paul Lineburg, the Assistant Principal at Cave Spring H.S. and Wayne Lineburg, who is in his second season as the wide receivers coach at the University of Virginia. He is married to the former Mary Parish, also a native of Radford.

KELLY UNDERWOOD DIR. OF ADVANCEMENT FOR ATHLETICS

DR. ROBBIE DAVIS ASSISTANT A.D. FOR COMPLIANCE

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TENNIS FACILITIES THE PRESENT... Site of the 2010 Big South Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships

RU TENNIS COURTS

Often considered one of the top outdoor tennis facilities in the region, the Radford University Tennis complex features 12 regulation courts, six of which are lighted. The complex has hosted several championship events, including the VHSL Championships and the 2010 Big South Men’s and Women’s Championships. There are four sets of three courts each, divided by a versatile pavilion area that can be arranged to host spectators, hosptitality areas or scoring venus.

... AND A COMMITMENT TO THE FUTURE Radford University invites you to join others in bringing a dream to reality -- an indoor tennis complex on the RU campus. Your generous donation will help the RU varsity tennis program build on recent success and provide faculty, staff, students and the community a much-needed indoor facility. RU TENNIS COMPLEX

The new RU Tennis Complex will be built adjacent to the Dedmon Center in what is currently the upper administrative parking lot. THE NEW BUILDING WILL INCLUDE

- Four regulation tennis courts - Two offices that will house the men’s and women’s tennis coaching staff - A security vestibule - A 300-person observation deck with an ADA seating venus which will provide flex ibility to make the building a multi-purpose venue for other campus or departmental activities, but protect the playing surface - Two locker rooms with shower facilities

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING A COMPONENT THAT IS VITAL TO THE RADFORD ATHLETIC PROGRAM IS THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROGRAM DIRECTED BY STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH MAX APPLEBY. HIGHLANDER ATHLETICS HAVE LONG BEEN RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE LEADERS AMONG MID- ATLANTIC SCHOOLS IN ITS CONDITIONING AND STRENGTH TRAINING. IT HAS BEEN AN INSTRUMENTAL PART IN THE SUCCESS OF RADFORD UNIVERSITY SPORTS THROUGH THE YEARS. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF APPLEBY AND ASSISTANT STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH KIM FAULKNER, THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO HELP EACH STUDENTATHLETE REACH HIS OR HER FULL POTENTIAL IN THEIR RESPECTIVE SPORT. EACH RADFORD UNIVERSITY STUDENTATHLETE HAS STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROGRAMS UNIQUE TO THEIR GOALS AS A PLAYER. THIS PROGRAM, DEVELOPED BY APPLEBY, HELPS PREPARE RADFORD STUDENT-ATHLETES FOR THE LONG AND RIGOROUS INSEASON SCHEDULE. THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING STAFF AT RADFORD UNIVERSITY IS COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN COMPETITION AND IN LIFE.

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ATHLETIC TRAINING / STUDENT-ATHLETE SUPPORT The department of sports medicine at Radford University is deeply concerned with both the short-term and long-term effects of intercollegiate competition on the physical and mental well being of the student-athlete. The sports medicine department is committed to providing quality health care to all varsity studentathletes, which begins with injury prevention. It is a priority to work with coaches, physicians, and the rest of the medical community to ensure that studentathletes are physically and menDAVE JAGER tally prepared for practice and HEAD ATHLETIC competition. TRAINER Additionally, the sports medicine staff is responsible for the treatment and rehabilitation of all athletically related injuries. It is the staff’s goal to return the athlete to a level equal or above that of their pre-injury status; no athlete will return to play until his or her highest post-injury level of function has been achieved. Lastly, the concern from the physical well being of the student-athlete includes the opposition to the use of all illegal and NCAA-banned chemical substances by student-athletes. It is the responsibility of the sports medicine staff to provide athletes with information on the ill effects of drug use and to provide deterrents through periodic, random drug testing by the institution and the NCAA.

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The mission of the Student-Athlete Support Services (SASS) office for Radford University Athletics is to promote, assist, and provide counsel to all student-athletes. Its primary, constant goal is to develop graduates and outstanding citizens who have contributed in the areas of athletic competition during their tenures of education. Located in the Dedmon Athletic Center, the newly established Learning Enhancement Center is equipped with computers, tutorial rooms, and a study lounge. STEPHANIE BALLEIN The Learning Enhancement DIRECTOR OF STUDENT- Center provides direction for ATHLETE SUPPORT student-athletes via academic counseling in conjunction with advisors from the respective colleges at Radford University. Academic support services such as tutoring and supervised study hall are provided, as well as career planning, monitoring of eligibility status, and a host of other guidance and advisory services.

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Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted fullfledged NCAA Division I status. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander

replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 13 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new levels. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique tV packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and has solidified Conference membership with the additions of High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian, and in 2011-12, the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 600 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly

every sport. During this time, the Conference has had two individual National Champions, more than 200 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship four times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team three consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an atlarge playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The league has had more than 95 academic allAmericans in its quarter-century of existence.

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2009-10 WOMEN’S TENNIS ROSTER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NAME Petra Dajevic Mia Drobnjak Emerald Lauzon Mirna Matic Tayler Shull Sara Tegner Ivana Tomaic

HT. 5-3 5-9 5-7 5-6 5-3 5-7 5-5

CL. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.

HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL Zagreb, Croatia / Sportska Gimnazija Zagreb, Croatia / Sportska Gimnazija Bristol, Va. / John S. Battle Umag, Croatia / Vladmir Gortan Buje Radford, Va. / Radford Amal, Sweden / Karlbergs Gymnasium Zagreb, Croatia / Third Gymnasium, Kuslanova

Head Coach: Bruce Harrison (9th Season) Assistant Coach: James Lloyd (2nd Season)

PRONUNCIATIONS

Ivana Tomaic Mirna Matic Mia Drobnjak Petra Dajevic Emerald Lauzon Sara Tegner Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshman

EE-Vahn uh Toe-Mah-itch Meer-na Mah-Tich Drobniak Pe-trah Da-ie-vitch Law-zen Teg-ner

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SEASON PREVIEW Q: Before we get to the 2010 season, what were your thoughts at the conclusion of the 2009 season with regards to the team’s play and outlook for the future? HARRISON: Strong potential for the future. We finished 2009 with freshman at the one and two spots with an 14-5 and 14-4 overall records. We had sophomores playing in the third and fourth positions. We are returning a young and talented group of players who are very coachable and understand what it takes to win. Q: How did the players do in the fall tournaments and who do you think has made the most improvements from the fall until now? HARRISON: This fall we saw Ivana Tomaicwin some big matches and is looking stronger than ever. Mirna Matic has made some positive changes in her game, playing a much more patient style and it is paying off for her. Mia Drobnjak has moved into the top spot. She is playing with a new found confidence realizing that she can be a force at the top.

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be no exception. These three teams will play competitive matches with the top three programs looking to upset them and move up the conference ladder. Radford, Gardner-Webb and UNC Asheville will have some very close matches against each other as well.

our line-up solid from top to bottom.

Q: Talk a little bit about the 2010 season. What are your general thoughts?

HARRISON: The first thing we need to do is win the doubles point. That’s the key to winning close matches. We have a team of strong singles players who are becoming good doubles players and getting better at doubles with experience. Being young we will have some of our doubles pairings together for two or three years and it will be exciting to watch them progress through the years. We will work on being more aggressive and making more of a presence on the court. That means more movement to the ball and away from the ball. We have to start putting balls away and not just back in play.

HARRISON: I am very excited about what 2010 has in store for us. First of all, we are very fortunate to have James Lloyd as our assistant coach. James has such a strong tennis background and he is so good at what he does as a coach, player and motivator. We couldn’t have asked for a better coach to help our team move forward. The next thing is the group of young ladies, they are such a fun group to be with. I look forward to the practices and matches. When you have a team that is having fun, working hard and is coachable, then you make progress. This team has great potential and it is going to be a good year.

Q: How do you think the Big South shakes up this year as a conference and where does Radford stand?

Q: Since returning most of your key contributors from last season, who do you see as the individual or individuals that will step up and perform well?

HARRISON: The women’s programs in the Big South continue to get stronger and this year we will see even stronger teams. Look for Charleston Southern, Winthrop and Coastal Carolina to make a run for the Championship. These three programs are all playing at a nationally- ranked level. Radford, UNC Asheville and GardnerWebb get stronger every year and this year will

HARRISON: Our top three players, Mia, Ivana and Petra are a force. Each of them has played at the top spot for our team at some point of their careers. Mirna is at the four spot and is playing the best tennis we have seen her play. She will be a key factor to some close wins. Emerald Lauzon and Sara Tegner will keep getting stronger in match play and that will make

Q: It seems like the doubles play will be key to the Highlanders winning matches this season. How do you think you stack up with the competition compared to last season?

Q: How will newcomer Sara Tegner and Tayler Shull help the team this season? HARRISON: Sara transfered to Radford after having a 24-4 record at Ashland University. She is a proven winner and we are looking for her to add depth to our line-up in singles and doubles. Tayler is a Radford native and I have seen her play for years. She is truly a natural athlete, playing soccer for Radford as well as tennis this spring. She has helped the team not only as a player but also looks for and does whatever needs to be done to help us win. In many ways she is a role model to the team.

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BRUCE HARRISON HEAD COACH 9th SEASON AT RADFORD/14th overall Bruce Harrison is entering his ninth season as the head women’s tennis coach at Radford University. Harrison has a good group of upperclassmen and young core of newcomers that will help the Highlanders be competitive in a strong Big South Conference. In 2009, the Highlanders recorded a 12-10 overall record and 2-5 in the Big South. They had a stretch in the month of March where they won seven straight matches. They defeated in-state foe George Mason and Big East oppents Connecticut and Seton Hall. The 2008 season saw the Highlanders finish with a 9-11 overall record and 1-5 mark in the Big South. They had impressive wins over in-state rival James Madison and on the road against Lehigh. In 2007, the Highlanders posted an 11-10 overall record. It was their first time over .500 and the most victories since the 1993 season (11-8). They also posted road wins over in-state rivals James Madison and George Mason. Harrison is no stranger to Radford University and its tennis program, as he is in his second tenure as a head coach at Radford. He was at the helm of the men’s tennis program from 1990-96 before taking the head job at the Virginia Military Institute, where he coached for five years. During his time at VMI, he earned the Athletic Director Coaching Award for his outstanding recruiting at VMI in 2000. In 1998, he was the tournament director of the Division III Women’s National Tournament. In his first go-around at Radford, he took a men’s team that won just one match in 1990 and turned them around completely. He compiled a 77-59 record in six years at the helm. His 1991 team finished 18-10 and fifth in the Big South. Just a year later, he was named 1992 Big South Co-Coach of the Year. The 1993 season saw his team post what was the most wins in school history when the Highlanders finished 19-7. He was also responsible for recruiting Radford’s first nationally ranked Division I tennis player and the No. 1 ranked junior players from Morocco and Bangladesh. In 1995, he was the director of the Big South Tournament. Before his collegiate coaching career, Harrison spent time as head tennis professional at the Sports Racket in Lynchburg, Va. from 198689. Prior to that, he was the assistant professional at Hidden Valley Country Club in Roanoke in 1985-86. He has also worked as a visiting pro with Van De Meer Tennis Center’s World Class Program and the Moroccan Tennis Federation in Casablanca. During that time, he worked with many nationally and

world ranked players. Harrison graduated from Emory and Henry University in 1985 with a degree in business management and economics. Harrison only lost two matches in his first two years of college play. He graduated from Emory and Henry as the top seeded player with a career record of 68-15. He currently resides in Radford.

In 1992, Harrison was named the Big South Coach of the Year.

THE HARRISON FILE COACHING HONORS Big South Co-Coach of the Year.......................................... 1992 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS YEAR OVERALL 2002 2-13 2003 3-11 2004 3-12 2005 5-16 2006 7-16 2007 11-10 2008 9-11 2009 12-10 TOTALS 52-99

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BIG SOUTH 1-6 2-5 1-5 1-6 1-6 2-5 1-5 2-5

FINISH 8th. 7th 7th 7th 7th T-5th 7th 6th.

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JAMES LLOYD ASSISTANT COACH 2ND SEASON AT RADFORD/2ND OVERALL James Lloyd is in his second year as an assistant coach at Radford. Lloyd’s playing experience against Big South competition will help in the development of the Highlanders’ skills and abilities. Lloyd flourished in his four years at Radford, becoming the first Highlander to earn four All-Conference selections. He compiled a 63-31 singles and 59-33 doubles record. As a senior, he was 11-4 overall with a 4-2 conference record in singles and 8-6 overall with a 5-1 conference record in doubles. He won the White Bracket of the Crimson Tide Invitational and picked up wins at the ITA Mideast Regional Qualifying Tournament. Lloyd had a rewarding junior year in which he was 6-1 in Big South competition and 14-5 overall in singles, winning 11 out of 13 matches at one point. He partnered with Luka Rister at No. 3 doubles to post a record of 13-2. Lloyd, as a sophomore, was ranked 24th in the preseason by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. He had an overall record of 26-8 at No. 2 singles and 24-6 at No. 2 doubles. He was tabbed a Big South All-Conference selection for his play in doubles. He won the main flight of the Penn Classic and reached the finals in doubles. He posted a 3-1 record in the main draw of the ITA Mid-East Indoor Regional. During his freshman season, Lloyd received the 2005 Big South Freshman of the Year. He went 10-7 overall and 5-1 in conference action at No. 1 singles. A top junior player in England, Lloyd received ATP points for playing on the senior circuit. Lloyd is the son of Tony and Gillian Lloyd. Tony Lloyd, James’ father, was a professional tennis player in the United Kingdom. James’ uncle, John Lloyd, is the Davis Cup coach for Great Britain and represented Great Britain in the Davis Cup as well. His uncle played in Wimbledon and was once married to Chris Evert. A 2008 graduate of Radford University, Lloyd received a bachelor’s degree in business management and is currently pursuing his MBA.

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS Big South All-Conference singles selection, earning all-conference recognition for four straight seasons ... 11-4 overall and 4-2 in the Big South at No. 3 singles ... 8-6 overall and 5-1 in the Big South playing primarily No. 3 doubles ... Registered a 5-3 doubles record in the fall ... Went 3-1 at the Crimson Tide Fall Invitational, winning the White Bracket backdraw ... Recorded 2-5 singles record, picking up wins at the Virginia State Open and the ITA Mideast Regional Qualifying.

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS Big South All-Conference in singles ... 6-1 in Big South play, 14-5 overall playing No. 2 this spring … Won last eight completed matches and 11 of last 13 … Picked up a win at No. 1 singles vs. Niagara … Won five out of six Big South matches in straight sets ... 13-2 at No. 3 doubles with Luka Rister, 17-5 overall this spring and 17-8 for the year.

2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS Big South All-Conference in singles and doubles ... 26-8 overall, 16-5 and 5-1 in Big South playing No. 2 singles ... Recorded a 13-2 overall and 5-1 doubles record at No. 2 with Brandon Johnson ... 24-6 overall doubles record ... Pre-season ranked #24 in the Mid-East Region ... In the fall, won the Penn Classic main flight and reached the finals in the doubles competition ... Posted a 3-1 record in the main draw of the ITA Mid-East indoor regional ... Recorded a 10-3 singles and 9-2 doubles record ...

2004-05 HIGHLIGHTS Big South Freshman of the Year ... Went 10-7 overall and 5-1 in Big South play at No. 1 singles ... Posted a 5-10 doubles record.

JUNIORS One of the top juniors in England ... Also has played the senior circuit and garnered ATP points.

PERSONAL Full name is James Anthony Lloyd ... Son of Tony and Gilian Lloyd ... Has younger twin siblings Bethany and Dominic.

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SINGLES 10-7 26-8 14-8 13-8 63-31

DOUBLES 5-10 24-6 17-8 13-9 59-33

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MIRNA MATIC JUNIOR 5-6 UMAG, CROATIA VLADMIR GORTAN, BUJE 2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS Posted a overall record of 10-12, while mainly playing at No. 4 singles...Recorded a record of 6-3 in doubles competition, mainly playing at the third position...Finished fourth at the ETSU Fall Tournament... Placed third in the Longwood Fall Invitational.

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS 8-11 overall record and 0-6 record in the Big South, primarily playing at No.5 singles … 7-10 overall doubles record and a 1-4 record in the Big South … In the fall, went 5-3 at No.1 doubles with partner Ivana Tomaic ... Tallied 6-7 singles record ... Teamed with Ashton Downs to win Orange consolation bracket at ETSU ... Won consolation bracket in first collegiate tournament at ETSU.

JUNIORS Ranked in the top 50 nationally the past two years at 18-under juniors ... Also ranked in the top 40 as a 16-under and 14-under junior tennis ... Also participated on her high school’s handball and track teams, winning several awards in long-distance events.

PERSONAL Daughter of Jovan and Jadranka Matic ... Has an older brother Jovica ... Born on Dec. 4, 1988 in Kopar, Slovenia ... Majoring in psychology and a minor in Spanish ... Memeber of SACC

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TAYLER SHULL JUNIOR 5-3 RADFORD, VA RADFORD Joined the women’s team as a walk-on in the fall of 2009.

Soccer Highlights 2009 HIGHLIGHTS Missed the first half of the season due to a knee injury...Played in nine straight Big South games to close out the season, starting eight at the outside back spot...Played in every minute of every match in five of Radford’s last nine games.

2008 HIGHLIGHTS Made 20 appearances with eight starts, including starting nods in each of the first six games of the season...Part of a defense that recorded seven shutouts, its first sub 1.00 GAA (0.94) since 1997 and allowed more than one goal in just four matches...Came off the bench in each of Radford’s Big South Tournament games and the NCAA first round game at Duke.

2007 HIGHLIGHTS Saw action in first five matches of year before suffering a seasonending injury during her first collegiate start at Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 14).

PERSONAL Daughter of Cheryl and Rufus Shull ... Has two siblings, Jess and R. Scott ... Born on May 30, 1989 ... Majoring in sports medicine ...Recipient of the Mae Jennings Scholarship (RHS student attending Radford University).

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IVANA TOMAIC JUNIOR 5-5 ZAGREB, CROATIA THIRD GYMNASIUM, KUSLANOVA 2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS Ended the season with a 9-8 overall record, while mainly playing at No. 3 singles... Teamed with Dajevic at No.1 doubles to finish 10-3 overall...Finished with a second place showing at the Longwood Invitational.

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS 11-8 overall record and 1-5 in the Big South at No.1 singles… 9-9 overall record and 1-5 in the Big South at No.1 doubles... In the fall, won opening round match at ITA Mideast Regional, reaching the round of 64.

JUNIORS Ranked in the top 20 in Croatia and participated in the Croatian Masters (top 15 players in Croatia)... Earned an ETA ranking of 300 ... Reached the doubles finals of the ETA’s Losinj Tournament and the semifinals of the ETA’s Maribor Tournament.

PERSONAL Daughter of Srecko and Jadranka Tomaic ... Has an older brother Petar ... Born on Sept. 18, 1988 in Zagreb, Croatia ... Majoring in business and minoring in Spanish ... Member of SAAC...Received the Beta Gamma Sigma International Honors Society Award, which is the highest recognition a business student can receive.

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PETRA DAJEVIC SOPHOMORE 5-3 ZAGREB, CROATIA SPORTSKA GIMNAZIJA 2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS Named to the Big South All-Conference team... Recorded a 14-6 overall record at the No.1 spot...Posted a 10-3 record at No. 1 doubles with partner Ivana Tomaic...Placed seventh at the Hokie Fall Invitational ... Won the singles flight at Hofstra Invitational with a 3-0 record ... Finished second at the ETSU Fall Class in the Gold Division.

JUNIORS Croatian No.1 at U12, U14 and U16… Ranked 446 by the International Tennis Federation…Ranked 90th by Tennis Europe… Two-time national champion in singles and a double champion… Three-time national semi-finalist…Winner of an invitational “Masters” tournament at U15… Croatian national team member three times… Played club for HATK Mladost.

PERSONAL Daughter of Gordana and Dubravko Dajevic… Has an older sister Jagoda… Born on February 18, 1990 in Zagreb, Croatia ... Majoring in psychology and minoring in Spanish.

MIA DROBNJAK SOPHOMORE 5-9 ZAGREB, CROATIA SPORTSKA GIMNAZIJA 2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS 16-5 overall, while mainly playing at No.2 singles...Teamed with Ally Spector at No.2 doubles to finish with an 11-7 overall record... Named to the 2009 Big South All-Conference team...Won singles flight with a 3-0 record at the Hofstra Invitational ... Finished third at the ETSU Fall Classic in the Gold Division.

JUNIORS Ranked second at U18 and ranked sixth at U16… Currently ranked fourth on the senior list in Croatia… Played in the semifinals of the National Championship for seniors… Played in the semifinals of the National Championship for U18… Two-time national champion in doubles… Played in the semifinals of Masters tournament.

PERSONAL Daughter of Snjezana and Marijan Drobnjak…. Has two younger siblings: Filip and Nika… Born on September 26, 1989 in Zagreb, Croatia ...Majoring in psychology.

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EMERALD LAUZON SOPHOMORE 5-7 BRISTOL, VA. JOHN S. BATTLE 2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS Posted an overall singles record of 5-6, while mainly playing at No. 6 singles position. In doubles action, she tallied a overall record of 1-0 at the third spot.

HIGH SCHOOL Group A state singles, doubles and team champion in 2008... Threetime team MVP (2005-07)...State runner-up in singles (2007)… Four-time state tennis qualifier… Career singles record of 125-16… Four-time District Champion in singles, doubles, and team… Region D singles, doubles, and Team Champion in 2008… Region C singles champion in 2007… Region C Team Champions in 2006… Region C Champion in singles and doubles in 2005… John S. Battle’s Most Athletic Girl in 2007.

PERSONAL Daughter of Patty and Pete Lauzon… Has an older sister Autumn who played tennis at UVA Wise from 2004-08… Born on January 29, 1990 in Abingdon, Va. ... Majoring in accounting.

SARA TEGNER

SOPHOMORE 5-7 AMAL, SWEDEN KARLSBERGS GYMNASIUM ASHLAND UNIVERSITY

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS While at Ashland University, she finished with a 24-4 overall record, while mainly playing at the No. 4 position...Posted a 20-6 overall record in doubles play at the third spot.

JUNIORS Was the best player in her region for several years...Ranked 32nd as a junior in Sweden.

PERSONAL Daughter of Tina and Gunnar Tegner...Has an older sister, Gabriella... Born on July 3, 1988 in Amal, Sweden... Majoring in fitness, strength and conditioning.

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2009 SEASON IN REVIEW

2009 SCHEDULE ATE D 1/ 31 31 2/ 7 8 13 14 21 3/ 10 11 11 12 13 15 21 23 29 4/ 1 3 4 5 9 10 14 16

OPPONENT RESULT vs. Lehigh 1 W, 6-1 vs. Bucknell 1 L, 2-5 vs. Appalachian State 2 W, 5-2 at Elon L, 1-6 at Washington & Lee W, 6-3 at Mary Washington W, 6-3 at Winthrop* L, 0-7 3 vs. Connecticut L, 3-4 vs. Rochester 3 W, 6-1 vs. St. Joseph’s 3 W, 7-0 vs. St. Cloud State 3 W, 6-1 3 vs. Seton Hall W, 5-2 vs. Gardner-Webb* 2 W, 4-3 PRESBYTERIAN* W, 6-1 at North Carolina Central W, 7-0 at UNC Asheville L, 2-5 at Longwood Cancelled vs. George Mason 2 W, 7-0 LIBERTY* L, 0-7 CHAR. SOUTHERN* L, 0-7 at James Madison L, 3-4 COASTAL CAROLINA* L, 1-6 at Longwood Cancelled 4 vs. No. 6 Char. Southern L, 0-4

w Under the direction Bruce Harrison, the Highlanders recorded their second straight winning season with an overall record of 12-10. w After splitting its two January contests, Radford won 10 of its next 14 matches and entered the month of April with an 11-5 mark. w The freshman duo of Mia Drobnjak and Petra Dajevic were named to the Big South All-Conference team for their play in singles competition. w In addition to earning her third straight Big South All-Academic honor, senior Ally Spector received the Conference's prestigious George A. Christenberry Award and the inaugural Sunbelt Rentals Scholarship for her work in the classroom. w Three Highlanders posted at least 10 singles wins, while two doubles teams recorded 10 wins or more.

BOLD ALL CAPS Denotes Home Match * Denote Big South Conference Match 1 Bethlehem, Pa. 2 Blacksburg, Va. ~ 3 Orlando, Fla. 4 Big South Championships Rock Hill, S.C.

2009 RADFORD WOMEN’S TENNIS SPRING SINGLES / DOUBLES RECORDS

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SINGLES OVERALL DUAL DAJEVIC, Petra 14-6 14-6 DROBNJAK, Mia 16-5 16-5 HAMMOND, Christina 2-0 2-0 IOSUE, Antonietta 3-10 3-10 LAUZON, Emerald 5-6 5-6 MATIC, Mirna 10-12 10-12 SPECTOR, Ally 6-13 6-13 TOMAIC, Ivana 12-9 12-9 TOTALS 68-61 68-61 PERCENTAGE .527 .527 DOUBLES OVERALL DAJEVIC, Petra/DROBNJAK, Mia 0-1 MATIC, Mirna/TOMAIC, Ivana 3-5 IOSUE, Antonietta/SPECTOR, Ally 0-1 DROBNJAK, Mia/SPECTOR, Ally 11-7 DAJEVIC, Petra/IOSUE, Antonietta 1-0 DAJEVIC, Petra/TOMAIC, Ivana 10-3 IOSUE, Antonietta/MATIC, Mirna 1-4 HAMMOND, Christina/MATIC, Mirna 6-3 LAUZON, Emerald/SPECTOR, Ally 1-0 DAJEVIC Petra/HAMMOND, Christina 2-3 DROBNJAK, Mia/SPECTOR, Ally 0-1 TOTALS 35-28 PERCENTAGE .556

TOUR 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 .000

BSC 3-4 4-3 0-0 1-3 0-3 1-6 0-7 2-5 11-31 .262

1 14-6 1-0 --- --- --- --- --- --- 15-6 .714

2 --- 14-5 --- --- --- --- --- 2-0 16-5 .762

3 --- 1-0 --- --- --- 2-0 --- 10-9 13-9 .591

4 --- --- --- 1-0 0-1 8-12 --- --- 9-13 .409

DUAL TOUR 0-1 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 11-7 0-0 1-0 0-0 10-3 0-0 1-4 0-0 6-3 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 35-28 0-0 .556 .000

BSC 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-5 0-0 2-2 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 7-14 .333

1 0-1 2-4 --- 1-0 --- 10-3 --- --- --- --- --- 13-8 .619

2 --- 1-1 --- 8-5 --- --- 0-4 0-1 --- --- 0-1 9-12 .429

3 NAT’L STRK --- 0-0 L1 --- 0-0 L1 0-1 0-0 L1 2-2 0-0 L1 1-0 0-0 W1 --- 0-0 L1 1-0 0-0 L4 6-2 0-0 L2 1-0 0-0 W1 2-3 0-0 L2 --- 0-0 L1 13-8 0-0 .619 .000

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5 --- --- --- 1-9 1-0 --- 3-8 --- 5-17 .227

6 --- --- 2-0 1-1 4-5 --- 3-5 --- 10-11 .476

NAT’L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 .000

STRK L4 W2 W2 L2 L3 L2 L5 L2


2009 BIG SOUTH STANDINGS

Big W Winthrop 7 Liberty 6 Charleston Southern 4 Coastal Carolina 4 UNC Asheville 3 Radford 2 Gardner-Webb 2 Presbyterian 0

South L Pct. 0 1.000 1 .857 3 .571 3 .571 4 .429 5 .286 5 .286 7 .000

Overall W L Pct. 14 9 .636 10 7 .682 16 6 .714 7 10 .412 12 9 .571 12 10 .545 10 14 .417 2 17 .105

BIG SOUTH TOURNMENT

Thursday, April 16, 2009 No. 4 Coastal Carolina 4 def. No. 5 UNC Asheville 0 No. 2 Liberty 4 def. No. 7 Gardner-Webb 0 No. 3 Charleston Southern 4 def. No. 6 Radford 0 Friday, April 17, 2009 No. 1 Winthrop 4 def. No. 4 Coastal Carolina 3 No. 3 Charleston Southern 4 def. No. 2 Liberty 2 Saturday, April 18, 2009 No. 1 Winthrop 4 def. No. 3 Charleston Southern 0

AWARD WINNERS 2009 Singles Champions

No. 1 - Olga Makhova, Charleston Southern No. 2 - Patricia Coimbra, Winthrop No. 3 - Sandra Herrera, Winthrop No. 4 - Hannah Fick, Liberty No. 5 - Lisa Wilkinson, Winthrop No. 6 - Paula Pereira, Winthrop

2009 Doubles Champions

No. 1 - Patricia Coimbra/Liza Zaytseva, Winthrop No. 2 - Sandra Herrera/Lisa Wilkinson, Winthrop No. 3 - Sara Abutovic/Paula Pereira, Winthrop

Singles All-Conference

Olga Makhova, Charleston Southern Liza Zayteseva, Winthrop Jordan Jenkins, Liberty Patricia Coimbra, Winthrop Lexi Bolesky, Coastal Carolina Petra Dajevic, Radford Hannah Fick, Liberty Nadia-Solomon-Burgess, Liberty Mia Drobnjak, Radford

Doubles All-Conference

Patricia Coimbra/Liza Zayteseva, Winthrop Jordan Jenkins/Hannah Fick, Liberty Lisa Wilkinson/Sandra Herrera, Winthrop Lexi Bolesky/Caitlyn Brooksbank, Coastal Carolina

Academic All-Conference

Andrea Schutte, Charleston Southern Maria Camberos, Coastal Laura Kriett, Gardner-Webb Jordan Jenkins, Liberty Heather Isbell, Presbyterian Ally Spector, Radford Louise Bottomley, UNC Asheville Patricia Coimbra, Winthrop

Player of the Year

Olga Makhova, Charleston Southern

Freshman of the Year

Olga Makhova, Charleston Southern

Coach of the Year

Lise Gregory, UNC Asheville

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2009 OPPONENTS APPALACHIAN STATE

GEORGE MASON

NORTH DAKOTA

BUCKNELL

HOWARD

PRESBYTERIAN

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

JAMES MADISON

SACRED HEART

COASTAL CAROLINA

LEHIGH

SOUTH DAKOTA

DAVIDSON

LIBERTY

UNC ASHEVILLE

FEB. 19, 2010 12:00 PM BLACKSBURG, VA.

APR. 1, 2010 2:00 PM LYNCHBURG, VA.

MAR. 28, 2010 1:00 PM RADFORD, VA.

ELON

LONGWOOD

WASHINGTON & LEE

MAR. 21, 2010 11:00 AM FAIRFAX, VA.

MAR. 9, 2010 12:00 PM ORLANDO, FL.

MAR. 19, 2010 2:00 PM WASHINGTON, D.C.

FEB. 5, 2010 6:00 PM BETHLEHEM, PA.

APR. 3, 2010 11:00 AM CHARLESTON, S.C.

FEB. 6, 2010 12:00 PM BETHLEHEM, PA.

MAR. 7, 2010 1:00 PM CONWAY, S.C.

JAN. 28, 2010 2:00 PM BLACKSBURG, VA.

APR. 6, 2010 3:00 PM FARMVILLE, VA.

GARDNER-WEBB

NC CENTRAL

MAR. 14, 2010 1:00 PM BOILING SPRINGS, N.C.

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APR. 8, 2010 2:30 PM RADFORD, VA.

MAR. 24, 2010 3:00 PM RADFORD, VA.

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MAR. 13, 2010 9:00 AM ORLANDO, FLA.

MAR. 27, 2010 1:00 PM CLINTON, S.C.

MAR. 10, 2010 12:00 PM ORLANDO, FLA.

MAR. 11, 2010 11:30 AM ORLANDO, FLA.

FEB. 11, 2010 4:30 PM LEXINGTON, VA.

WINTHROP

APR. 9, 2010 2:00 PM RADFORD, VA.


DATE 9/ 11 18 10/2 22 30

OPPONENT James Madison 4 Way Maryland Fall Tourney VT Fall Tourney ITA Regional UNCW Fall Tourney

LOCATION Harrisonburg, Va. College Park, Md. Blacksburg, Va. Blacksburg, Va.. Wilmington, N.C.

1/28

Elon

Blacksburg, VA.

2:00

2/5 6 11 19 3/2 7 9 10 11 13 14 19 21 24 27 4/1 3 6 8 9 18

Bucknell Lehigh Washington & Lee Davidson

Bethlehem, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Lexington, Va. Blacksburg, VA.

6:00 12:00 4:30 2:00

Tennessee Tech Coastal Carolina* Appalachian State Sacred Heart South Dakota North Dakota Gardner-Webb* Howard George Mason NCCU Presbyterian*

Blacksburg, VA. 9:00 Conway, s.c. 1:00 Orlando, Fla. 12:00 Orlando, Fla. 12:30 Orlando, Fla. 11:30 a.m. Orlando, Fla. 9:00 a.m. Boiling Springs, N.C. 1:00 Washington, D.C. 2:00 Fairfax, Va. 11:00 a.m. RADFORD 3:00 Clinton, S.C. 1:00

Liberty* Charleston Southern* Longwood JAMES MADISON WINTHROP* UNC ASHEVILLE*

Lynchburg, Va. Charleston, S.C. Farmville, Va. RADFORD RADFORD RADFORD

TIME TBA TBA TBA TBA tba

2:00 11:00 a.m. 3:00 2:30 2:00 10:00 A.M

2010 BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP April 22 - 24, Radford, Va. -- RU Tennis Courts LARGE ALL CAPS Denotes Home Contests * Denotes Conference Opponent All Times Eastern Standard


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