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Tyler Wins DI Tennis Championship in Dominating Fashion
 May 6, 2010

Tucson, Ariz. -- The Lady Apaches of Tyler Junior College, Texas won eight of the nine competition flights at the 2010 NJCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships held at the Reffkin Tennis Center in Tucson, Ariz. TJC finished 16 points in front of last year's champion Lee College, Texas, to clich the 14th women's national title in school history and first since 2005.

TJC won the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth flights of the singles competition while also sweeping all three flights of doubles play.

Olivia Howlett of Hillsborough Community College, Fla. was the only non-Tyler competitior to claim and individual title. Howlett won the first flight of the singles competition over Nadia Lee of Lee College, Texas.

Read more on Tyler's championship run:
Clinched: TJC Netters Win Crown -- http://tylerpaper.com/article/20100506/SPORTS06/5060319 

Complete results and further info can be found at:
http://www.reffkintenniscenter.com/tournament_njcaa_2010.htm 




NJCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships
May 2 -6, 2010

Finals Team Results
College, Points
1. Tyler Junior College, Texas - 52
2. Lee College, Texas - 36
3. Hillsborough Community College, Fla. - 31
4. Cowley College, Kan. - 24
5. Florida State College Jacksonville - 23.5
6. Collin County Community College, Texas - 23
7. ASA Inst., N.Y. - 22.5
8. St. Petersburg College, Fla. - 21
9. Seminole State College, Okla. 20
9. North Central Texas College - 20
11. Johnson County Community College, Kan. - 19
11. Meridian Community College, Miss. - 19
11. Eastern Arizona College - 19
14. Temple College, Texas - 18
15. Mesa Community College, Ariz. - 17.5
16. Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Mich. - 16
17. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Ga. - 12.5
18. Jones County Junior College, Miss. - 11.5
19. Pima Community College, Ariz. - 9.5
20. Glendale Community College, Ariz. - 8.5
20. Miss Gulf Coast Community College - 8.5
22. New Mexico Military Institute - 8
23. Elgin Community College, Ill.  - 6
24. Seward County Community College, Kan. - 5.5
25. Marion Military Institute, Ga. - 5
26. Harford Community College, Md. - 4.5
26. Lewis & Clark Community College, Ill. - 4.5
28. Central Alabama Community College - 4
29. Snead State Community College, Ala. - 3.5
30. College of Lake County, Ill. - 2
31. Waubonsee Community College, Ill. - .5

Complete Singles and Doubles Brackets

Singles

Flight 1
1st - Olivia Howlett (Hillsborough)
2nd - Nadia Lee (Lee) 

Flight 2
1st - Sun Wen (Tyler)
2nd - Nachell Procter (Hillsborough) 

Flight 3
1st - Antonia Kolovou (Tyler)
2nd - Frederique Suntrum (Lee) 

Flight 4
1st - Brooke Dennis (Tyler)
2nd - Margarita Aheychenko (ASA) 

Flight 5
1st - Casey Bulls (Tyler)
2nd - Huong Huynh (Lee) 

Flight 6
1st - Julie Bell (Tyler)
2nd - Jade Cunningham (Seminole State) 

Doubles

Flight 1
1st - Mariya Slupska & Brooke Dennis (Tyler)
2nd - Tetiana Kovaiska & Soizette Simmons (ASA)

Flight 2
1st - Sun Wen & Antonia Kolovou (Tyler)
2nd - Frederique Suntrum & Francesca Bassoo (Lee)

Flight 3
1st - Anna Zurek & Hagar Caro (Tyler)
2nd - Chelsey Lynn & Arianna Lopez (Florida Jacksonville)

All-Americans
All first place individual finishers above are NJCAA First-Team All-Americans
All second place individual finishers above are NJCAA Second-Team All-Americans

Coach of the Tournament
John Peterson, Tyler Junior College, Texas

 

 


























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