The 2013 Great Plains Athletic Conference women’s tennis All-Conference team was once again dominated by Nebraska Wesleyan University players as five NWU women were All-GPAC at singles, and two doubles teams were All-GPAC. In addition, Dr. Rick Harley was named the GPAC Women’s Coach-of-the-Year.
Nebraska Wesleyan University had three women named to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District women’s at-large team that was announced on Thursday (May 16). Tennis players Terah Maloley and Erica Dickmeyer and golfer Brittany Dinkel were voted to the District 6 All-District team in the college division.
The Nebraska Wesleyan University women's tennis team saw its 2013 season come to a close on Tuesday (May 14) as the 25th-ranked Prairie Wolves dropped an 8-1 decision to #13 Concordia (Calif.) in the opening round of the NAIA National Tennis Championships in Mobile, Alabama.
The NAIA has released the bracket for the 2013 NAIA Women’s National Championships that will be held May 14-18 in Mobile, Ala., at the Mobile Tennis Center. The Nebraska Wesleyan women, who received an automatic bid to the NAIA Championships, will face Concordia University, Irvine (Calif.) on Tuesday (May 14) in a 1 p.m., first round match.
Nebraska Wesleyan's Erica Dickmeyer is this week's GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Women's Tennis Player-of-the-Week for the week of April 22-28. Dickmeyer is the third NWU women's player to earn GPAC Tennis Player of the Week this season.
Nebraska Wesleyan's women's tennis team extended their GPAC winning streak to five matches this season and 20 straight matches over the past three years as the Prairie Wolves defeated Concordia University, 7-2, on Tuesday (Apr. 17) at Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln.
The perfect run through Great Plains Athletic Conference competition continued for the Nebraska Wesleyan women's tennis team on Wednesday as the Prairie Wolves blanked Midland University, 9-0, in a matched played at the YMCA in Fremont, Neb.
Nebraska Wesleyan opened up the 2013 portion of the Great Plains Athletic Conference women's tennis schedule and showed its dominance once again as the Prairie Wolves shut out rival Doane College, 9-0, on Wednesday (Apr. 3) at the Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln.
Nebraska Wesleyan University moved up three spots to No. 21 in the second NAIA Women’s Tennis Coaches Top 25 poll that was released on Tuesday (Feb. 19). It is the highest ranking ever for the NWU Women's tennis team.
The Nebraska Wesleyan University women's tennis team defeated No. 20 Bethel University (Kan.) in a battle of ranked NAIA teams on Saturday afternoon (Feb. 16) giving the Prairie Wolves their first win of the 2013 season.
The Nebraska Wesleyan women’s tennis team had the doubles team of Erica Dickmeyer and Katherine Ternent reach the finals of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central-West Region tournament championship this past weekend (Sept. 21-23) in Maize, Kansas.
Nebraska Wesleyan University head tennis coach Dr. Rick Harley has released the names of 12 student-athletes who intend to play tennis and study at Nebraska Wesleyan during the 2012-13 school year. The list includes seven men and five women recruits.
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