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.
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