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Final 2012-13 MIAA Women's Tennis Report

Dual Match Records

Final Standings

 

  League Overall
  W L W L  
Hope* 8 0 15 7  
Kalamazoo
7 1 13 8  
Albion 6 2 8 9  
Calvin 4 4 6 11  
Saint Mary's 4 4 10 8  
Trine
3 5 9 9  
Alma 3 5 6 10  
Adrian 1 7 8 11  
Olivet 0 8 0 12  

The MIAA women’s tennis champion shall be determined based upon best won-loss record in MIAA conference dual matches. The league’s automatic qualification to the NCAA Tournament shall be determined by a four-team, end-of-season, conference tournament.

*MIAA Champion - Hope

Friday, May 24
NCAA Division III Singles Championships at Kalamazoo 
Quarterfinals: Kristin Lim, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Calif. def. Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo, 6-3, 6-1

Thursday, May 23
NCAA Division III Singles Championships at Kalamazoo 
First Round: Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo def. Melita Ferjanic, Trinity, Conn., 3-6, 6-2, 6-2
Second Round: Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo def. Jenny Liles, Sewanee, Tenn., 6-3, 6-2 

Thursday, May 9
NCAA Division III Regional at St. Louis, Mo.
DePauw, Ind. 5, Hope 0 Results


Friday, May 3 - Championship
Hope 5, Kalamazoo 1 Results

Thursday, May 2 - Semifinals
#1 Hope 5, #4 Calvin 0 Results
#2 Kalamazoo 5, #3 Albion 3 Results

All-MIAA Honors

Most Valuable Player
Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo
(Freshman from 
Oconomowoc, Wis. / Divine Savior Holy Angels) 

Karen Caine Scholar-Athlete Award
Leah LaBarge, Hope
(senior from Hudsonville/Hudsonville HS)


Sue Little Sportsmanship Award
Marissa Messenger, Albion (senior from East Lansing/East Lansing HS)

All-MIAA First Team
Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo* (freshman from Oconomowoc, Wis./Divine Savior Holy Angels)
Marissa Cloutier, Albion** (junior from Grosse Ile/Grosse Ile HS)
Carli Capestany, Hope** (sophomore from Hudsonville/Hudsonville HS)
Jessica Huhnke, Trine** (junior from Newburgh, Ind./Castle HS)
Katie Blumberg, Albion** (junior from Farmington Hills/Farmington HS)
Mary Catherine Faller, Saint Mary’s** (junior from Green Bay, Wis./Notre Dame Academy) 

All-MIAA Second Team
Megan Visser, Calvin (sophomore from Kalamazoo/Kalamazoo Christian HS)
Casey Baxter, Hope (senior from Saline/Saline HS)
Jenna Riehl, Kalamazoo (kunior from St. Joseph/St. Joseph HS)
Anna Garcia, Hope (freshman from Battle Creek/Lakeview HS)
Caitlin LaValley, Olivet (senior from Battle Creek/Pennfield HS)
Megan Solano, Alma (freshman from Trenton/Trenton HS)

*- Number of years All-MIAA First Team 


Player of the Week Honor Roll

Week #1 - Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo
Week #2 - Jenna Riehl, Kalamazoo 
Week #3 - Jessica Huhnke, Trine 
Week #4 - No nominations 
Week #5 - Megan Solano, Alma 
Week #6 - Marissa Cloutier, Albion and Andrea Pickelman, Hope 
Week #7 - Sarah Woods, Kalamazoo
Week #8 - Anna Garcia, Hope
Week #9 - Carli Capestany, Hope 
Week #10 - Megan Visser, Calvin