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2011 NCAC Women's Tennis Player of the Week

April 25th

Carolyn Ball, Oberlin
(Milwaukee, WI/Divine Savior Holy Angels)

Oberlin junior Carolyn Ball went 5-1 in the Yeowomen’s 3-0 week that lifted them into a tie for second place in the standings. Ball went 2-1 at No. 4 singles and 3-0 at No. 2 doubles.

April 18th
KEN - Kidder

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

Kenyon senior Prita Kidder went 6-0 at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles, combined, as the Ladies won three times in North Coast Athletic Conference play. She is 14-8 in singles and 18-5 in doubles this season.

April 11th
WIT - Miller

Leah Ann Miller, Wittenberg
(Springfield, OH/Catholic Central)

Wittenberg freshman Leah Ann Miller went undefeated at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles as the Tigers won three times last week.

April 4th
KEN - Polster

Amanda Polster, Kenyon
(Shaker Hts., OH/Shaker Hts.)

Kenyon sophomore Amanda Polster went 3-0 at No. 3 singles without surrendering a set, and went 2-1 in doubles, as the Ladies defeated Albion, 7-2, Kalamazoo, 6-3, and Hope, 5-1.

March 28th
DEN - Cobb

Kristin Cobb, Denison
(Dayton, OH/Oakwood)

Denison senior Kristin Cobb posted a three-set victory over Dayton’s Claire Dreyer at first singles (6-4, 4-6, 6-2), to lift the Big Red over the Flyers, 5-4. Cobb also won her match at No. 1 singles in a 9-0, NCAC-opening victory over Ohio Wesleyan.

March 21
OBE - Lewis

Ariel Lewis, Oberlin
(Vacaville, CA/Vanden)

Oberlin junior Ariel Lewis went 4-0 in singles and doubles as the Yeowomen defeated Case, 7-2, and John Carroll, 8-1, last weekend. She is two victories shy of recording the 100th win of her career in singles and doubles combined.

March 14th
KEN - Schlessman

Amy Schlessman, Kenyon
(Sandusky, OH/Perkins)

Kenyon sophomore Amy Schlessman went 2-1 at No. 2 singles and 2-1 at No. 1 doubles. The Ladies lost to a pair of nationally ranked teams - 6-3 to 30th ranked Vassar and 9-0 to 21st ranked Sewanee. Kenyon defeated Cal Lutheran, 7-2.