Sept. 3, 2002
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary Women's Tennis Team was announced today by Commissioner John Swofford. The 52-member team was voted on by the nine league institutions as decided by the league's 50th Anniversary Committee.
Duke led all league schools with 12 members on the Golden Anniversary team while Clemson, North Carolina, and Wake Forest were tied for second with nine honorees each. Georgia Tech had four players selected followed by Maryland (3), Florida State (2), NC State (2) and Virginia with two.
The ACC's 50th Anniversary Women's Tennis team, in alphabetical order, is as follows:
ACC 50th Anniversary Women's Tennis Team
*Jennifer Balent North Carolina 1978-1981 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
*Liz Barker Wake Forest 1991-1994 Trumbull, CT
*Kathy Barton North Carolina 1981-1984 Cincinnati, Ohio
*Janet Bergman Wake Forest 1999-2001 Pinehurst, NC
*Angela Bernal North Carolina 1992 Lighthouse Point, Fla.
*Bea Bielik Wake Forest 2000-2001 Valley Stream, NY
*Claudia Borgiani Maryland 1984-1988 Marocay, Venezuela
*Margie Brown North Carolina 1979-1982 Kingsport, Tenn.
*Jen Callen Virginia 1991-1994 Concord, Mass.
*Cristina Caparis Wake Forest 1994-1997 El Paso, TX
*Ansley Cargill Duke 2000-2001 Atlanta, Ga.
*Alison Cohen Virginia 1993-1996 Wynnewood, Pa.
*Ingellse Driehuis Clemson 1986-1987 Lisse, Holland
*Laura DuPont North Carolina 1967-1970 Charlotte, N.C.
*Dana Evans Wake Forest 1992-1995 Denton, MD
*Julie Exum Duke 1989-1993 Jacksonville, Fla.
*Gigi Fernandez Clemson 1983 Puerto Rico
*Jane Forman Clemson 1981-1984 Providence, R.I.
*Alida Gallovits Florida State 1998-2001 Timisoara, Romania
*Carmina Giraldo Clemson 1999-2000 Pereira, Columbia
*Gina Goblirsch North Carolina 1987-1990 Bakersfield, Calif.
*Katrina Greenman Duke 1987-1991 Westwood, Mass.
*Meg Griffin Maryland 1996-1999 Topeka, Kan.
*Cinda Gurney North Carolina 1990-1993 Candler, N.C.
*Bobbi Guthrie Georgia Tech 1997-2001 Raleigh, N.C.
*Maggie Harris Wake Forest 1994-1997 Harleysville, PA
*Maren Haus Wake Forest 1999-2001 Brielle, NJ
*Susan Hill Clemson 1977-1980 Signal Mountain, Tenn.
*Cathy Hofer Clemson 1986-1989 Aurora, Ill.
*Kylie Hunt NC State 1994-1995 New Castle, Australia
*Jeri Ingram Maryland 1989 Silver Spring, Md.
*Kristy Kottich Georgia Tech 1988-1991 Largo, Fla.
*Monica Kowalewski Wake Forest 1985-1988 Cambridge, Canada
*Wendy Lyons Duke 1991-1995 Westerville, Ohio
*Marlene Mejia North Carolina 2000-2001 Lansdale, Pa.
*Karin Miller Duke 1996-1997 Trenton, N.J.
*Monica Mraz Duke 1991-1995 Ontario, Canada
*Christine Neuman Duke 1990-1994 Downer's Grove, Ill.
*Patti O'Reilly Duke 1986-1990 Ridgewood, N.J.
*Alisha Portnoy North Carolina 1990-1993 Santa Clarita, Calif.
*Leigh Roberts Georgia Tech 1987-1990 Ocilla, Ga.
*Susan Sabo Duke 1988-1991 Parkersburg, W.Va.
*Melissa Seigler Clemson 1982-1985 N. Miami Beach, Fla.
*Jenny Sell NC State 1989-1992 Moorestown, N.J.
*Kathy Sell Duke 1997-2001 Moorestown, N.J.
*Susan Sommerville Duke 1989-1993 Dearborn, Mich.
*Lori Sowell Florida State 1993-1996 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
*Nicole Stafford Clemson 1985-1988 Gainesville, Fla.
*Vanessa Webb Duke 1995-1999 Toronto, Canada
*Jaime Wong Georgia Tech 1999-2001 Delray Beach, Fla.
*Sophie Woorens Clemson 1996 Neuville en Ferrain, France
*Terry Ann Zawacki Wake Forest 1993-1996 Union, NJ
Jennifer Balent, North Carolina (1978-1981)
Jennifer Balent won three ACC singles titles during her career at Carolina ... captured the No. 2 flight Championship in 1978 and 79 and the No. 6 title in 1980 ... regional All-America selection in 1980.
Liz Barker, Wake Forest (1991-1994)
One of the first players in school history to compete in the NCAA Championships, earning a spot in the 1992 doubles bracket ... earned one of the school's first All-America honors, advancing to the semifinals of 1994 NCAA Doubles Championship ... 1992 ACC Flight Champion at No. 3 singles.
Kathy Barton, North Carolina (1981-1984)
Kathy Barton won the 1980 No. 2 singles championship and was an AIAW All-America in 1982 ... Carolina's first All-American women's tennis player ... In 1984, she teamed with Stephanie Rauch to win the ACC No. 2 doubles titles ... She was the runner-up for the No. 4 ACC singles title in 1983.
Janet Bergman, Wake Forest (1999-2001)
A two-time All-American in doubles ... 2001 All-American in singles ... three-time All-ACC selection ... three-time ACC flight champion (singles/doubles) ... 1999 ACC Rookie of the Year ... owns 110 career singles wins, needs just seven more to become Wake's winningest player ... has 94 doubles victories, two wins shy of being Wake's all-time leader.
Angela Bernal, North Carolina (1992)
Completed one of the most successful freshmen seasons in school history ... Won ACC individual Championship, playing at #2 for the 25th ranked Tar Heels ... Finished season with 28-10 overall record and 7-1 conference record as the 59th ranked player in the country ... Played in NCAA Individual Championships.
Bea Bielik, Wake Forest (2000-2001)
In two seasons, has already been a two-time All-America in both singles and doubles ... two-time All-ACC ... 2000 National Clay Court singles and doubles champion ... 2001 ITA National Indoor Singles Champion ... currently ranked No. 1 nationally in singles, No. 2 in doubles ... advanced to semifinals of 2001 NCAA Singles Championship.
Claudia Borgiani, Maryland (1984-1988)
ACC No. 1 singles champion in 1985 ... Named to the All-ACC team in 1987 and 88.
Margie Brown, North Carolina (1979-1982)
Member of Carolina's ACC Championship team in 1981 ... won two individual singles titles and three doubles championships ... 1979, she won the No. 4 flight and in 1981 she captured the title at the No. 3 flight ... 1980-82 Brown was a part of three ACC championship doubles teams ... 1980 she teamed with Marjorie Black for the No. 3 doubles crown ... 1981 and 82 she and Betsy Heidenberger won the No. 1 ACC doubles title ... 1980 she was a regional All-America selection ... considered one of the top players of her era.
Jen Callen, Virginia (1991-1994)
Team MVP in 1993 ... Two-time All-ACC selection in 1992 and 93 ... Two-time Individual Participant at the NCAA Singles Championships in 1993 and 94 ... Career record of 82-36, with a winning percentage of .696 ... Helped the team to NCAA Tournament appearances in 1993 and 94.
Cristina Caparis, Wake Forest (1994-1997)
Named to the 1995 All-ACC team ... 1995 ACC Flight Champion at No. 3 singles ... ranks second on Wake's career singles victories chart with 110 wins ... posted 30 singles wins in the 1994 season, which ranks 10th on the single season victories list.
Ansley Cargill, Duke (2000-2001)
All-America selection in 2001 ... ACC Player and Rookie of the Year in 2001 ... Rolex All-Star in 2001 ... ranked first nationally in 2001 ... won the Collegiate Grand Slam Championship at the Riviera All-American in 2000 ... ACC singles flight champion in 2001 ... posted 45 wins in only one year at Duke, which ranks third-best all-time at Duke.
Alison Cohen, Virginia (1993-1996)
Two-time Team MVP award (1995, 96) ... ACC Doubles champion at No. 2 with Ly-Lan Schofield in 1993 ... ACC Singles champion at No. 5 in 1993 ... Two-time Individual Participant at NCAA Championships in singles competition (1995, 96) ... Three-time Individual Participant at NCAA Championships in doubles competition (1994, '95, '96) ... Three-time All-ACC selection (1994, '95. '96), more times than any other player in UVa history ... Collected 107 wins during her four-year career at UVa, the most in school history, and a career winning percentage of .709 ... Helped the team to three NCAA Tournament appearance(1993,94,96).
Ingellse Driehuis, Clemson (1986-1987)
1986 All-American in singles ... 1987 All-American in singles and doubles ... ACC Player of the Year in 1986 and 87 ... ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player in 1986 and 87 ... ACC Champion at number two singles and doubles in 1986 ... ACC Champion at number one singles and doubles in 1987 ... member of 1987 All-ACC team ... ITA Southeast Region Indoor Champion in 1985 and 86 ... GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American in 1987 (first team national and district III) ... ranked 19th (1986) and 10th (1987) in Final ITCA/Volvo rankings ... fourth all-time in singles winning percentage with .823 (79-17), second all-time in best set winning percentage with .747 (165-56).
Laura DuPont, North Carolina (1967-1970)
Won the United States Lawn Tennis Association's collegiate singles championship in 1970, becoming UNC's first female national champion ... She played on the pro tour for 12 years and was ranked as high as ninth in the world ... DuPont was inducted into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's (ITA) Women's Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame in 2002 ... She was inducted into the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977 ... She won the 1984 and 85 U.S. Open championship for women over 35.
Dana Evans, Wake Forest (1992-1995)
Competed in 1992 NCAA Doubles Championship, a first for WFU ... earned one of the school's first All-American honors, advancing to the semifinals of 1994 NCAA Doubles Championship ... 1992 Southeast Region Rookie of the Year ... two-time All-ACC (1992, 95) ... first player in school history to be nationally ranked in singles/doubles.
Julie Exum, Duke (1989-1993)
All-America selection in 1991 & 93 ... a four-time All-ACC selection ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1990 ... won the Collegiate Grand Slam Championship at the National Clay Courts in 1990 and 92 ... ranked first nationally in 1993 ... posted a 135-41 singles record at Duke ... her 135 wins is the third-highest total in Duke history.
Gigi Fernandez, Clemson (1983)
1992 and 96 Olympic Gold Medalist in doubles ... Australian Champion in doubles in 1993 and 94 ... Wimbledon doubles champion in 1992, 93, and 94 ... French Open Champion in doubles in 1988, 90, and 92 ... U.S. Open singles quarterfinalist in 1991 and 94 ... U.S. Federation Cup team member in 1988, 90, 91, 92 and 94 ... member of the U.S. Wightman Cup Team 1987-88 ... medallist at the Pan American Games in singles and doubles in 1983 ... 1983 NCAA runner-up and All-American ... ACC Champion at flight three singles in 1983 ... final ranking of fifth in the 1983 ITCA/Volvo Rankings ... tallied a 40-7 singles record, 30-9 doubles record.
Jane Forman, Clemson (1981-1984)
1981 and 84 ACC Player of the Year ... two-time singles All-American (1982, 83) ... 1981 ACC Tournament MVP ... 1980 ACC Champion at flight three singles ... 1981, 83 and 84 ACC Champion at number one singles ... ranked in the top 25 in the nation in 1982(16), 1983(22) and 1984(10) ... has the most singles wins of any player in Clemson history with 137 victories ... Clemson's all-time leader in most sets won with 288 ... third all-time for best set winning percentage with .737 (288-103) ... holds the school record for most three-set matches won (25) and most tie breakers won (19).
Alida Gallovits, Florida State (1998-2001)
Invited to the 2000 and 01 NCAA Tournament in singles ... was ranked as high as 38th in ITA Singles Rankings ... named ITA Scholar Athlete All-American ... member of All-ACC Team three straight years (1999-01) ... named ACC Player of the Week ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll twice.
Carmina Giraldo, Clemson (1999-2000)
2000 ACC Champion at number one singles ... named to 1999 and 00 All-ACC teams ... advanced to NCAA tournament in 1999 and 00 ... ranked 54th in 1999 and 28th in 2000 in final ITCA/Volvo rankings in singles ... ranked 49th in doubles in final 2000 ITCA/Volvo rankings ... led Clemson in singles wins in 2000 with 18 victories ... posted a 48-24 record in singles and 31-22 record in doubles.
Gina Goblirsch, North Carolina (1987-1990)
A three-time All-ACC selection from 1987-89 ... outstanding doubles player ... 1989 she teamed with Spencer Barnes to win the No. 1 ACC doubles championship ... Goblrisch was also an outstanding student and was named the Athletic Director's Scholar-Athlete Award in 1990.
Katrina Greenman, Duke (1987-1991)
A four-time All-ACC selection ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1991 ...ACC singles flight champion in 1990 and 91 ... recorded a 122-42 record at Duke.
Meg Griffin, Maryland (1996-1999)
Named to the All-ACC team in 1998 and 99 ... Participated in the NCAA Tournament in singles play in 1999 ... Participated in the NCAA Tournament in doubles competition in 1998 and 99.
Cinda Gurney, North Carolina (1990-1993)
A two-time All-America in singles, Gurney earned ACC Player of the Year three times in 1991, 92 and 93 ... won the ACC No. 1 singles flight championship all four years at Carolina, becoming only the second player in ACC history to accomplish that feat ... In 1993, she advanced to the NCAA singles championship match ... compiled a 116-32 singles record and is considered Carolina's best women's tennis player ever.
Bobbi Guthrie, Georgia Tech (1997-2001)
Earned All-ACC honors in 1998 after winning the ACC No. 3 Singles title ... A three-time ACC Flight Champion, winning the No. 3 Singles crown in both 1998 and 99, along with the No. 2 doubles crown in 1999 with partner Tamarra Jenkin ... Holds or is tied for four Georgia Tech records, including singles wins in a season (30), doubles wins in a season (23), single-season winning percentage (.857, 1998) and doubles wins in a career (74) ... three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
Maggie Harris, Wake Forest (1994-1997)
Three-time All-ACC selection (1994, 96, 97) ... three-time ACC flight champion at No. 5 singles (1994), No. 6 singles (1995) and No. 2 doubles (1994) ... ranks fourth on Wake's career singles victories list (109) ... ranks 10th on the career doubles list (63).
Maren Haus, Wake Forest (1999-2001)
A two-time All-ACC honoree ... has been nationally ranked in singles and doubles for most of her career ... ranks among Wake's all-time top 10 in career singles victories, career doubles victories and career singles win percentage ... tallied 35 singles victories in the 2000-01 season, a team-high and a mark that ranks sixth on Wake's single-season wins chart... named to the Wake Forest Dean's List every semester of her collegiate career ... also a mainstay on the ACC Honor Roll.
Susan Hill, Clemson (1977-1980)
1980 ACC Tournament MVP ... four-time ACC Player of the Year (1977-80) ... four-time ACC Champion at flight one singles (1977-80) ... three-time singles All-American (1978, 79, 81) ... inducted into Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986 ... ranks second on Clemson's all-time list for most singles victories with 126 ... Clemson's all-time leader in singles winning percentage with .863 (126-20) ... second all-time in sets won with 261 ... holds the best set winning percentage with .821 (261-57) ... ranks seventh all-time in doubles victories with a 76-42 record.
Cathy Hofer, Clemson (1986-1989)
1986 All-American in singles ... 1988 ACC Player of the Year ... 1986 ACC Champion at flight three doubles ... 1988 ACC Champion at number one singles ... member of 1988 and 89 All-ACC teams ... ranked 10th in the final ITCA/Volvo rankings in singles in 1988, ranked 22nd in singles in 1987 ... 31st in 1988 and 92nd in 1989 ... fifth all-time in Clemson singles victories with 102, ranks sixth in most sets won with 217, fifth in most three-set matches won with 21 and in most tie breakers won with 13, tenth in doubles victories with 72.
Kylie Hunt, NC State (1994-1995)
Finished her first season with a 14-5 singles record and a doubles mark of11-5 ... Led the Wolfpack to one of its best seasons ever with an 11-8 record and 43rd spot in the ITA rankings ... Ended her freshman campaign ranked 35th in the nation by the ITA, the highest ever by an NC State player ... Finished her sophomore season with a 31-8 record that included a 21-match winning streak ... Received NCAA Tournament bids in both 1994 and 95 ... Tabbed a victory in the first round of NCAA tournament play in 1994 ... selected to the All-ACC team in 1994 and 95.
Jeri Ingram, Maryland (1989)
ACC No. 1 singles champion in 1989 ... Named to the All-ACC team in 1989 ... Participated in the NCAA Tournament in singles competition in 1989.
Kristy Kottich, Georgia Tech (1988-1991)
One of only three players in school history to earn All-ACC honors twice, earning the distinction in 1989 and 91 ... Tech's first ACC singles champion as she won the 1989 No. 3 Singles championship ... Ranks fourth in school history in career singles winning percentage (.590) and second in career doubles winning percentage (.621) ... also tied for fifth in career singles wins with 59 ... Helped lead Tech to three-straight winning seasons from 1988-90 and a fourth-place ACC finish in 1990.
Monica Kowalewski, Wake Forest (1985-1988)
Wake's all-time leader in doubles victories (95) ... posted three of the top 10 doubles seasons in Wake Forest history, winning 32 in 1987, 30 in 1988 and 20 in 1986.
Wendy Lyons, Duke (1991-1995)
All-America selection in 1994 & 95 ... a two-time All-ACC and ACC Tournament MVP selection ... won the Collegiate Grand Slam Championship in doubles at the Riviera All-American in 1994 ... ACC singles flight champion in 1995 ... ACC doubles flight champion in 1995 ... posted a 106-27 singles record at Duke.
Marlene Mejia, North Carolina (2000-2001)
Earned first-team All-ACC honors in her first two years at No. 1 singles ... tied for the ACC title at the No. 1 singles flight in 2001 ... In her sophomore year, she finished the season ranked No. 18 and was selected first-team ITA All-America.
Karin Miller, Duke (1996-1997)
All-America selection in 1997 ... ACC Player and Rookie of the Year in 1997 ... All-ACC in 1997 ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1997 ... Collegiate Grand Slam Champion in 1997 at the National Indoors ... ranked first nationally in singles in 1997 ... Rolex All-Star in 1997 ... ACC singles flight champion in 1997 ...notched 43 singles wins in her only year at Duke.
Monica Mraz, Duke (1991-1995)
All-America selection in 1992 & 95 ... a four-time All-ACC selection ... Won the Collegiate Grand Slam Championship in doubles at the National Clay Courts in 1993 and the Riviera All-American in 1994 ... ACC singles flight champion in 1995 and ACC doubles flight champion in 1994 & 95 ... posted a 117-35 singles record at Duke.
Christine Neuman, Duke (1990-1994)
All-America selection in 1992 & 93 ... a four-time All-ACC selection ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1993 ... Collegiate Grand Slam Champion in doubles at the National Clay Courts in 1993 ... ACC singles flight champion in 1993.
Patti O'Reilly, Duke (1986-1990)
All-America selection in 1988 & 90 ... a four-time All-ACC selection ... ACC singles flight champion in 1989 ... posted a 114-49 singles record at Duke.
Alisha Portnoy, North Carolina (1990-1993)
An All-ACC selection in 1992 ... teamed with Cinda Gurney to win the No. 1 ACC doubles title in both 1991 and 92 ... she and Gurney went on to win the ITA Clay Court doubles championship in 1992 ... Portnoy and Gurney were 21-7 in doubles play in 1994.
Leigh Roberts, Georgia Tech (1987-1990)
One of only three players in school history to earn All-ACC honors twice, garnering that distinction in both 1988 and 89 ... Won the 1988 ACC No. 1 Doubles championship with partner Kim Tatum, the only Yellow Jackets to win the No. 1 Doubles title ... Ranks among the top 10 in dual match singles wins in a season (19, t-5th), single-season doubles winning percentage (.703, 5th), doubles wins in a season (19, t-7th), singles wins in a career (56, 9th) and doubles wins in a career (50, t-6th).
Susan Sabo, Duke (1988-1991)
All-America selection in 1991 ... a four-time All-ACC selection ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1989 ... ACC flight champion in 1990 & 91 ... ACC doubles flight champion in 1990 and 91 ... posted a 125-48 record at Duke ... her 125 wins is the fourth-highest total in Duke history.
Melissa Seigler, Clemson (1982-1985)
ACC Champion at flight four singles in 1981 ... ACC Champion at flight three singles and doubles in 1983 ... ACC Champion at flight two singles and flight three doubles in 1984 ... ACC Champion at flight two doubles in 1985 ... ranked 53rd in 1985 final ITCA/Volvo rankings ... fourth on Clemson's all-time singles victories list with 117, fourth in most sets won with 247, holds sixth-best set winning percentage with .708 (247-102) ... ranks second on Clemson's doubles victories list with 95.
Jenny Sell, NC State (1989-1992)
Registered a 16-4 record as a senior, earning All-ACC honors and the team MVP award ... Ranked 64th in the Volvo/ITCA rankings, becoming the first ever nationally ranked player hailing from NC State ... Finished the 1991 season with a 16-8 record, including a 10-3 mark in the No. 2 singles slot ... Earned All-ACC honors as a sophomore after compiling a record of 14-11 in No. 1 singles play ... Joined the NC State tennis staff as an assistant coach in 1994 after aiding the team as a student assistant in the 1992-93 season ... Succeeded Kelly Key as head coach in 1996 ... Led the Wolfpack for three seasons for a combined record of 32-37 (.464) ... third place finish in the ACC in her final season ... Currently coaches at UNC Wilmington.
Kathy Sell, Duke (1997-2001)
All-America selection in 2001 ... a three-time All-ACC selection ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1998 ... received the Tennis Magazine/Arthur Ashe, Jr. Leadership and Sportsmanship East Region award in 2000 ... ACC singles flight champion in 1998 and 01 ... ACC doubles flight champion in 1999 & 01...ranks second all-time at Duke with 147 singles victories ... notched an overall record of 147-43 at Duke.
Susan Sommerville, Duke (1989-1993)
All-America selection in 1992 & 93...a four-time All-ACC selection ... ACC Tournament MVP in 1992 ... posted a 110-40 record at Duke.
Lori Sowell, Florida State (1993-1996)
Two-time All-American in singles (1995 and 96) ... three-time invitee to the NCAA Tournament for singles (1995-97) ... two-time invitee for doubles (1995-96) ... named to the All-ACC Team four straight years (1994-97) ... was the ACC Flight Champion in 1994 at no. 2 singles and in 1996 at no.1 doubles ... was the 1996 Lady Seminole Classic Tournament singles champion ... ranks ninth on the FSU all-time winning percentage list.
Nicole Stafford, Clemson (1985-1988)
1985 All-American in singles ... 1987 All-American in doubles ... 1985 ACC Champion at flight three singles ... 1987 ACC Champion at flight one doubles ... member of 1987 All-ACC team ... ranked 51st in 1985 final ITCA/Volvo rankings ... tied for 70th in final ITCA/Volvo rankings in 1987 ... ranked 15th in doubles in 1987 ... sixth all-time in Clemson's singles victories list with 101 ... ranks fifth in most sets won with 219 ... has 10th-best set winning percentage of .654 (219-116), ninth in doubles victories with 73 wins.
Vanessa Webb, Duke (1995-1999)
National Player of the Year in 1998 & 99 ... a four-time All-American and All-ACC selection ... winner of the 1999 Honda Award ... ACC Female Athlete of the Year ... 1996 ACC Rookie of the Year ... Rolex All-Star in 1998 ... NCAA Individual Champion in 1998 and won the Collegiate Grand Slam Championship at the Riviera All-American in 1996 ... led Duke to four consecutive ACC Championships and the team did not lose an ACC match during her four years ... posted a 161-25 singles record at Duke ... is the all-time singles wins leader.
Jaime Wong, Georgia Tech (1999-2001)
One of only three players in school history to earn All-ACC honors twice, earning the distinction in 2000 and 01 ... Captured the 2000 ACC No. 4 Singles title en-route to earning All-ACC honors ... Is currently Tech's career leader in singles winning percentage at 55-22, .714 ... Tied the school record for singles wins in a season in 2001 with 30 victories ... Is second on the school's list for doubles wins in a season (22) ... Ranks 10th in both singles and doubles wins in a career with 55 and 41 respectively.
Sophie Woorens, Clemson (1996)
1996 All-American in singles and doubles ... 1996 ACC Player of the Year ... 1996 ACC Tournament Player of the Year ... 1996 ACC Champion at number one singles ... member of 1996 All-ACC team ... ranked eighth in the 1996 final ITCA/Volvo rankings in singles and doubles ... tallied 28 doubles wins in 1996.
Terry Ann Zawacki, Wake Forest (1993-1996)
First WFU player to earn a spot in the NCAA Singles Championship ... 1993 Southeast Region Rookie of the Year ... nationally ranked in singles all four years ... peaked at No. 6 ... Wake Forest's first two-time All-America ... four-time All-ACC selection ... WFU's career leader in singles victories (116).