The sun set on the Crusader women's tennis team's 2015-16 season Sunday at the Valpo Tennis Complex. Cleveland State, which had clinched a share of the Horizon League regular-season title the day prior in Chicago, defeated the Crusaders, 7-0. Head coach Tammy Cecchini will welcome a pair of three-star recruits to her squad next season.
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin native Daosavanh "Dao" Sysouvanh has inked a Letter of Agreement (LoA) with Valparaiso University and is expected to join the women's tennis program as a freshman in the 2016-2017 season. Sysouvanh is a three-star recruit who boasts the No. 4 ranking in the state of Wisconsin, according to tennisrecruiting.net.
Freshman Meg Modesto collected a 6-0, 6-0 shutout at No. 3 singles Sunday, but the Crusaders ultimately dropped a 6-1 contest to Detroit at Titan Tennis Courts in Michigan. The Brown and Gold will lower the curtain on the 2015-16 season next weekend at Valpo Tennis Complex.
The Valpo women's tennis team dropped its Horizon League showdown with the Golden Grizzlies Saturday at the Oakland Tennis Courts by a score of 7-0. Kat Hebble and Paige Heuer recorded their 12th win atop doubles play with a 6-3 dismissal of Tamara Blum/Elizabeth Guy.
The Valpo women's tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision to Milwaukee on Sunday morning at North Shore Elite. The Crusaders will return to the courts next weekend in the Motor City with Horizon League affairs against Oakland and Detroit.
The Crusader women's tennis team persevered for a 5-2 victory over Green Bay on Saturday. Kat Hebble and Paige Heuer each went 2-0 between singles and doubles to secure Valpo's first triumph in Horizon League play this season.
The Valpo women's tennis team closed out a strenuous five-match week with a 7-0 loss to visiting Wright State Sunday at The Courts of NWI. The Brown and Gold will have six days to recover and prepare for Green Bay in Wisconsin.
Freshman Randi Wind assembled a 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 comeback win at No. 4 singles Saturday at The Courts of NWI, but the Valpo women's tennis team fell 6-1 to Northern Kentucky. The Crusaders close out a five-match week Sunday at noon versus Wright State.