2018 Women's Tennis
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2017 Point University Women's Tennis Team
Women's Tennis - Fri, Apr. 28, 2017

WEST POINT, Ga. – One Point University women's tennis player was named to the AAC Champions of Character Team and four Skyhawks received AAC All-Academic team recognition for the 2017 season.  The Lady Skyhawks posted a 6-13 dual-match record, the most dual-match wins in a season in Point women's tennis history, and went 3-5 in AAC competition under the direction of head coach Chad Simpson.

 

Gema Mendoza from Bluefield College was named AAC Women's Tennis Player of the Year, and Chiara Rebecchi from Reinhardt University earned Freshman of the Year honors.  Amyn Mukadam from SCAD-Atlanta received Coach of the Year recognition.

 

Point's Ashley Lane (JR/La Grange, GA) received an AAC Champions of Character Award.  The Champions of Character Award is presented to a student-athlete from each of the conference members, who best demonstrate the NAIA Champions of Character core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership.  Lane posted a 3-10 singles record, mostly at the number five position, and went 2-3 in number two and three doubles matches.

 

Number one singles player Luz Padilla (JR/Tucuman, Argentina) and her number one doubles partner Katie Larck (Champaign, Ill.), who also plays number two singles, were among 37 players recognized on the AAC All-Academic Team.  Padilla and seniors Taylor Navarro (Boerne, TX) and Victoria White (Kokomo, IN) each were named to the AAC All-Academic team for the second consecutive season.

 

Padilla, who set a school single-season victory record with 10 singles wins this season, also is tied with Larck for most doubles wins in a season (9) and now ranks second with 14 career singles wins and 15 career doubles wins with one more season left to play.

 

Larck went 5-15 in singles and 9-13 in doubles this season, and Navarro was 2-6 at number three singles and 6-6 at number two doubles and holds the school record for career doubles victories with 20 in four seasons.  White, who went 6-11 in singles and 7-9 in doubles this season, ranks number one in career singles victories and ranks number three in career doubles wins (14).

 
 
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