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College Preview: Wofford College

October 25, 2013 01:18 PM

Division: NCAA Division I

Conference: Southern ConferenceWofford-College-3597E2CB

 

Men’s Tennis

Head Coach: Rod Ray

Players:  Jamey Bower – Freshman –

                 McClain Culver – Freshman – Sea Island, GA

                 Graham Duncan – Sophomore – Cary, NC

                 Joe Francis – Senior – Birmingham, AL

                 Rob Galloway – Junior – Greenville, SC

                 Trevor Gotkowski – Freshman – Cartersville, GA

                 Andrew Graham – Freshman – Nashville, TN

                 Walker Heffron – Junior – Charleston, SC

                 Jackson Keith – Junior – Pauline, SC

                 Zach Landy – Senior – Conyers, GA

                 Patrick Longest – Freshman – Raleigh, NC

                 Haris Poric – Freshman – Sydney, Australia

                 David Sklar – Sophomore – Huntingdon Valley, PA

                 Parks Thompson – Sophomore – Statesville, NC

The Wofford College Men’s Tennis team will be looking to improve after a disappointing 3-15 season last year. The program has seen its win total decrease every season since the 2010-11 season. The last time the program had a winning record was back in 2009, when they were 13-10 overall.

 

Women’s Tennis

Head Coach:  Krissy Hall

Players:  Taylor Carlson – Freshman – Atlanta, GA

                 Audrey Coventry – Junior – Overland Park, KA

                 Emily Erickson – Freshman – Simpsonville, SC

                 Sarah Evans – Senior – Chattanooga, TN

                 Kalli Karas – Freshman – Waxhaw, NC

                 Othilia Lindgvist – Senior – Stockholm, Sweden

                 Catherine Martin – Freshman – Mt. Pleasant, SC

                 Julia Paulson – Senior – Charlotte, NC

                 Mareli Sanchez – Sophomore – Irmo, SC

The women’s team will also look to bounce back after a losing season where they posted a record of 5-17 overall. The program is looking to get back to winning ways, something they haven’t seen since the 2008 season when they posted a 12-8 record.

 

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