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2010 NCAC Women's Tennis Players of the Week

April 26
 

Jackie Stevens, Wittenberg
(Columbus, OH/Watterson)


Wittenberg sophomore Jackie Stevens won in both singles and doubles last week, without dropping a single game. Against Earlham, she swept No. 5 singles, 6-0, 6-0, and took No. 2 doubles by an 8-0 score. She helped lead the Tigers to a second-place finish in the West Division.

April 19
 

Mollie Campbell, Ohio Wesleyan
(Burlington, VT/Burlington
)

Ohio Wesleyan senior Mollie Campbell was a double winner in both of the Battling Bishops’ matches last week. She won at fifth singles and third doubles in a 5-4 victory over Wooster, then swept those flights again in her team’s 6-3 loss to Oberlin.

April 12
 

Amy Schlessman, Kenyon
(Sandusky, OH/Perkins)


Kenyon freshman Amy Schlessman turned in a perfect week for the Ladies. She won three times at second singles and three times a first doubles as Kenyon won two of three matches last week.

April 5
 

Prita Kidder, Kenyon
(Jakarta, Indonesia/Jakarta International)

Kenyon junior Prita Kidder won all her six matches at the GLCA tournament. She led the Ladies to victories over Kalamazoo, 6-3, and Albion, 7-2, before falling, 5-4, to Hope. At No. 2 singles, she went 3-0, and at No. 1 doubles, she was 3-0

March 29
 

Elissa Lauber, Wooster
(Dover, OH/Dover)

Wooster senior Elissa Lauber posted three victories as she went 2-0 at No. 1 singles and picked up a win at No. 1 doubles against Heidelberg. The two victories in singles play were her first two wins of the season. The Fighting Scots topped The Berg, 8-1, and fell to Wittenberg, 8-1.

March 22
 

Mollie Campbell, Ohio Wesleyan
(Burlington, VT/Burlington)

Ohio Wesleyan senior Mollie Campbell was a double winner in both of the Battling Bishops’ matches last week. She went 2-0 at fourth singles and 2-0 at third doubles, as OWU lost o Mount Union, 6-3, and beat Wilmington, 7-2.

March 15

Alexandra Cummins, Wittenberg
(New Lebanon, OH/Dixie)


Wittenberg sophomore Alexandra Cummins went 5-1 in singles play during the Tigers' spring break trip. She won twice at second singles, and was 2-1 at fourth singles. In Wittenberg's 8-1 victory over Johnson C. Smith, she overcame a 1-6 first set loss to win the second and take the tiebreaker, 10-5.