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Wednesday night, Catawba Valley Community College men's basketball team exploded for 69 points in the second half for 106-82 win over Vance Granville Community College. With the win, head coach Bryan Garmouth picked up his 100th win at CVCC.

Two players had double-doubles to lead the Red Hawks. Emmanuel Wembi had 19 points and 20 rebounds. Fred T. Foard grad Nolan Whitener had 15 points and 15 rebounds.

Derick Brewer had a game high 27 points for the Red Hawks. Matt Powell chipped in 16 points and Myles Williams added 11.

CVCC improves to 14-6 overall and 8-3 in conference play. CVCC will host first place Louisburg College Saturday at 3pm.

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Softball Team was picked to repeat as South Atlantic Conference Regular Season Champions after being voted first in the 2017 league preseason head coaches poll.

Lenoir-Rhyne received nine first-place votes for a total of 130 points. Last year, the Bears finished 48-13 overall including a 20-2 mark in conference play while earning a berth in the NCAA Division II Playoffs.

In addition, seven Bears garnered preseason all-league accolades including six players on the first team: sophomore outfielder Erin Boone (Creedmoor, N.C.), junior outfielder Christina Walker (Roxboro, N.C.), senior first baseman Sydney Landreth (Disputanta, Va.), junior second baseman Madison Poe (Siler City, N.C.), junior shortstop Madison Carter (Bessemer City, N.C.) and senior catcher Sarah Kenley (Charlotte, N.C.).

Boone was a first-team all-region and all-conference honoree and was named the SAC Freshman Of The Year in 2016 after leading the team in several offensive categories including batting average (.402), runs (62), hits (86), total bases (127), slugging percentage (.593) and stolen bases (14).

Walker, a first-team all-conference pick as well, batted .400 while Landreth finished with a .357 batting average, six home runs and 30 runs batted in. Landreth is a two-time All-South Atlantic Conference First-Team honoree (2015-16).

Poe was a second-team all-conference selection last year while Carter started all 61 games and finished with a .379 batting average, 17 doubles, four home runs and 47 runs batted in. Carter was both a First-Team All-SAC and All-Southeast Region honoree.

Kenley was named to the 2016 All-South Atlantic Conference Second Team after leading the squad in home runs with nine in addition to 44 runs batted in and a .333 batting average.

Lenoir-Rhyne junior utility player Mackenzie Cates (Efland, N.C.) hit seven home runs with 39 runs batted in while garnering all-region accolades last spring.

Lenoir-Rhyne opens the season on Wednesday, February 1, against Belmont Abbey in a doubleheader on the road in Belmont, N.C., beginning at 1:00 p.m.

2017 South Atlantic Conference

Softball Preseason Poll

1. Lenoir-Rhyne (9) 130

2. Carson-Newman (3) 117

3. Wingate 109

4. Catawba 93

5. Anderson 91

6. Lincoln Memorial 90

7. Newberry 68

8. Queens 66

9. Mars Hill 52

10. Coker 47

11. Tusculum 43

12. Brevard 19

2017 All-South Atlantic Conference

Softball Preseason Teams

FIRST TEAM

OF – Erin Boone, Lenoir-Rhyne

OF – Christina Walker, Lenoir-Rhyne

OF – Kristen Stinnard, Catawba

1B – Sydney Landreth, Lenoir-Rhyne

2B - Madison Poe, Lenoir-Rhyne

SS – Madison Carter, Lenoir-Rhyne

3B – Misty Doran, Wingate

DP – Taylor Lail, Mars Hill

UTIL – Katie McLaurin, Wingate

C – Sarah Kenley, Lenoir-Rhyne

P – Allison Webster, Carson-Newman

P – Augie Pena, Anderson

SECOND TEAM

OF – Christina Linton, Newberry

OF – Naomi Sapp, Wingate

OF – Riley Morris, Coker

1B – Ashton Whitaker, Queens

2B – Taylor Barcomb, Coker

SS – Kristen Toppel, Carson-Newman

3B – Casey Stanek, Mars Hill

DP – Katherine Shumaker, Catawba

UTIL – Mackenzie Cates, Lenoir-Rhyne

C – Cailah Niles, Anderson

P – Rachel Weidner, Wingate

P – Lauren Rudesheim, Anderson

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association in conjunction with Wells Fargo released the fall standings in the 38th annual Wells Fargo Cup competitions for the 2016-17 academic year. The award recognizes the high schools that achieve the best overall interscholastic athletic performance within each of the state’s four competitive classifications.

After the fall sports season, Green Hope remains on top after their incredible performances last year in the 4A division. Meanwhile, Marvin Ridge reclaims their position in front of Weddington for the 3A class. In the 2A division, Lake Norman Charter surpasses last year’s victor, Carrboro for the fall sports season. After a very close race for the 1A division, Raleigh Charter pulls through and secures the championship.

Green Hope keeps hold of their possession of the top spot in the 4A ranks after the fall sports season. The Falcons had a comfortable lead of 90 points ahead of Cardinal Gibbons. Green Hope took home State Championships for men’s soccer and volleyball. They followed that up with runner-up finishes in men’s and women’s cross country and women’s tennis.

The 3A race is led by Marvin Ridge with a 48-point lead over Weddington. The Mavericks took home state championships in women’s tennis and men’s soccer. They also received third place in men’s cross country and fifth place in women’s cross country.

Lake Norman Charter excelled in the fall sports season for the 2A division. Their 60-point lead over the North Carolina School of Science and Math can be attributed to their state championships in women’s tennis ad men’s cross country. The Knights also advanced to the regional final in the men’s soccer championship. Maiden gets a top 10 spot at 10th place after the fall sports season.

Raleigh Charter won the tough battle for first place in the 1A division. With five school within ten points of each other, the Phoenix came out on top, almost 8 points ahead of Mount Airy and Wallace-Rose Hill. Raleigh Charter secured a women’s tennis state championship and came in second-place for men’s cross country.

Wells Fargo Cup points are determined by a system based on performance in state championship events. All schools that finish in the top eight positions (plus ties) earn points. In the playoff events involving teams from more than one classification, Wells Fargo Cup points are awarded based on the school’s standing against other schools in its own classification. If fewer than eight schools from a classification compete in a sport, only those schools that are represented are eligible to receive the Cup points.

Points are awarded for all sports as follows: 50 for first, 45 for second, 40 for third, 35 for fourth, 30 for fifth, 25 for sixth, 20 for seventh and 15 for eighth. In the event of a tie, the schools receive and equal number of points based on the number of teams that tie and the number of teams that finish higher in the standings. Five points are awarded for each sanctioned sport in which a school competes.

Wells Fargo Cup standings are announced three times each school year: once after the fall and the winter sports and concluding with the overall winner after the spring sports season ends.

1A Wells Fargo Cup Fall Standings
1 – Raleigh Charter – 165
T2 – Mount Airy – 157.5
T2 – Wallace-Rose Hill – 157.5
T4 – Bishop McGuinness – 155
T4 – Franklin Academy – 155
6 – Community School of Davidson – 147.5
7 – Gray Stone Day – 132.5
8 – East Carteret – 117.5
T9 – Murphy – 110
T9 – Lincoln Charter – 110
11 – Whiteville – 95
12 – Walkertown – 85
T13 – Louisburg – 80
T13 – Plymouth – 80
T13 – West Montgomery – 80

2A Wells Fargo Cup Fall Standings
1 – Lake Norman Charter – 225
2 – NC School of Science & Math – 165
3 – Carrboro – 145
4 – First Flight – 142.5
5 – Smoky Mountain – 125
6 – Hendersonville – 115
7 – Currituck County – 112.5
8 – Durham School of the Arts – 107.5
9 – Lincolnton – 105
10 – Maiden – 102.5
11 – Jordan-Matthews – 95
T12– Brevard – 85
T12 – Reidsville – 85
T12 – Shelby – 85
T12– West Davidson – 85

3A Wells Fargo Cup Fall Standings
1 – Marvin Ridge – 275
2 – Weddington – 227.5
3 – Chapel Hill – 225
4 – A.C. Reynolds – 120
T5 – Terry Sanford – 110
T5 – Northern Guilford – 110
7 – Cox Mill – 107.5
8 – Rocky Mount – 102.5
T9 – West Carteret – 92.5
T9 – Asheville – 92.5
11 – Lee County – 87.5
T-12 – Rockingham County – 85
T-12 – South Point – 85
T-14 – Union Pines – 80
T-14 – Walter M. Williams – 80

4A Wells Fargo Cup Fall Standings
1 – Green Hope – 270
2 – Cardinal Gibbons – 180
T3 – Charlotte Catholic – 145
T3 – Ronald Reagan – 145
5 – Broughton – 137.5
6 – Pinecrest – 107.5
7 – Myers Park – 105
8 – Page – 100
T9 – Watauga – 95
T9 – East Chapel Hill – 95
11 – Providence – 92.5
12 – Leesville Road – 90
T13 – Wake Forest – 85
T13 – Dudley – 85
15 – Davie – 80

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 22:56

Appalachian State Wrestling Edges Out Gardner-Webb

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Appalachian State University wrestling split the weight classes 5-5, but was able to overcome a pesky Gardner-Webb team by taking the final two matches, winning 19-17 on Tuesday night in Varsity Gym.

The 16th-ranked Mountaineers (11-2, 5-0 Southern Conference) went ahead 13-0 early by getting three wins, two of which were bonus points, but the Runnin’ Bulldogs were bale to claw back in by rattling off five-straight weight-class victories to take the lead.

Down 17-13 and with the momentum against him, sophomore Randall Diabe (Greensboro, N.C./James B. Dudley) stepped up to face off against Payton Mills in a must-win situation at the 197-pound class for the Black and Gold. Mills played defense while Diabe knew he had to go for points and battled in for a takedown and two escapes to get the 4-0 decision win to bring App State within one, 17-16.

In another must-win match, No. 12 senior heavyweight Denzel Dejournette (Winston-Salem, N.C./R.J. Reynolds) also knew he had to go on the offense against Gardner-Webb’s Boyce Cornwell if they were going to get the win. After two periods that saw few points or action due to defensive strategy from Cornwell, Dejournette finally found the takedown he needed to go up 3-1.

The senior stayed in control the rest of the way and wound up with the riding time advantage to get the 4-1 decision and the Mountaineers the 19-17 victory.

Appalachian started the match off on an absolute tear, with No. 19 senior Vito Pasone (Wilkes-Barre, Pa./E.L. Meyers) launching everything with a breakneck pin at 125 pounds. Pasone pinned Landon LoAlbo in 1:26 – his first pin of the year. No. 24 freshman Colby Smith (Wentzville, Mo./Holt) carried the bonus points wagon forward at 133 pounds, defeating Phillip Anderson with a 9-1 major decision.

Sophomore Irvin Enriquez (Aberdeen, N.C./Pinecrest) got the hard-fought win at 141 pounds, having to battle Ryan Hull deep into the third period to get the victory. Hull came out quick first and caught Enriquez in some bad spots early to take the lead. But Enriquez didn’t let up and battled back each time Hull would make a move. The Aberdeen-native won the match 11-10.

The Runnin’ Bulldogs were able to take the middle five weight classes. Chris Vassar defeated sophomore Matt Zovistoski (Paramus, N.J./St. Joseph Regional) in a 14-2 major decision. Ryan Mosley downed sophomore Gavin Londoff (St. Louis, Mo./Holt) in a 7-2 decision. Tyler Marinelli won a tightly contested 4-3 decision over junior Forrest Przybysz (Jefferson, Ga./Jefferson). Austin Trott defeated junior Nick Kee (Laurinburg, N.C./Scotland) in a 10-3 decision and Hunter Gamble got the 9-1 major decision over junior David Peters-Logue (Hillsborough, N.C./Orange).

The Mountaineers will go on to host the Appalachian Open on Saturday, Jan. 28, beginning at 9 a.m. Appalachian’s next duals match will be against SoCon rival Chattanooga on Sunday, Feb. 5. The action begins at 2 p.m.

RESULTS:
125: #19 Vito Pasone (APP) pinned Landon LoAlbo (GWU), 1:26
133: #24 Colby Smith (APP) def. Phillip Anderson (GWU), 9-1 maj. dec.
141: Irvin Enriquez (APP) def. Ryan Hull (GWU), 11-10 dec.
149: Chris Vassar (GWU) def. #15 Matt Zovistoski (APP), 14-2 maj. dec.
157: Ryan Mosley (GWU) def. Gavin Londoff (APP), 7-2 dec.
165: Tyler Marinelli (GWU) def. Forrest Przybysz (APP) 4-3 dec.
174: Austin Trott (GWU) def. #17 Nick Kee (APP), 10-3 dec.
184: Hunter Gamble (GWU) def. David Peters-Logue (APP), 9-1 maj. dec.
197: Randall Diabe (APP) def. Payton Mills (GWU), 4-0 dec.
HWT: #12 Denzel Dejournette (APP) def. Boyce Cornwell (GWU), 4-1 dec.

Girls basketball:
North Piedmont Conference:
North Iredell: 52
Alexander Central: 43

Northwestern Conference:
Freedom: 56
Hickory: 44

St. Stephens: 65
Hibriten: 33

South Caldwell: 36
Patton: 25

Watauga: 71
Fred T. Foard: 42

South Mountain Athletic Conference:
East Burke: 66
Shelby: 40

Kings Mountain: 65
Draughn: 57

Southern District 7:
Bunker Hill: 39
West Lincoln: 21

Maiden: 44
Newton-Conover: 31

West Caldwell: 59
Bandys: 53

Boys basketball:
North Piedmont Conference:
Alexander Central: 52
North Iredell: 32

Northwestern Conference:
Fred T. Foard: 59
Watauga: 53

Hibriten: 55
St. Stephens: 40

Hickory: 56
Freedom: 52

South Caldwell: 52
Patton: 49

South Mountain Athletic Conference:
Shelby: 63
East Burke: 55

Kings Mountain: 68
Draughn: 56

Southern District 7:
Maiden: 53
Newton-Conover: 46

West Caldwell: 75
Bandys: 62

West Lincoln: 75
Bunker Hill: 68

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women’s Lacrosse Team was picked to finish second in the 2017 South Atlantic Conference Preseason Head Coaches Poll, league officials announced this morning.

Queens, the three-time SAC Regular Season and Tournament Champions, was picked to win the title once again with eight first-place votes and 80 total points. Lenoir-Rhyne had one first-place vote with a total of 72 points.

Six Bears garnered all-league preseason accolades including junior goalkeeper Ines Flueck (Coppell, Texas), who was named to the All-SAC Preseason First Team. Flueck was an IWLCA NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse Second-Team All-American last year after leading the league in both saves (194) and save percentage (53.2).

Five players – senior attacker Torrey Schwitkis (San Diego, Calif.), junior attacker Aubriana Benedetto (Rochester, N.Y.), junior defenders Emily Kessler (Syracuse, N.Y.) and Taylor Winters (Marietta, Ga.) and senior defender Noreen McAllister (Bayport, N.Y.) – were named to the all-conference preseason second team for Lenoir-Rhyne.

Schwitkis, an 2016 All-SAC honoree, led the team in goals scored (43) last year while Benedetto was second on the team in goals scored (41), assists (20) and total points (61) and was named to the 2016 SAC Championship All-Tournament Team.

Kessler, Winters and McAllister all anchored a backline which allowed just over 10 goals per game. Kessler had nine goals on the year while Winters was named to the all-league second team last spring.

Lenoir-Rhyne, under first-year mentor Carlee Buck, opens the 2017 season on Wednesday, February 22, at 4:00 p.m., against Belmont Abbey at Moretz Stadium.

2017 South Atlantic Conference

Women's Lacrosse Preseason Poll

1. Queens (8) 80

2. Lenoir-Rhyne (1) 72

3. Wingate 64

4. Tusculum 61

5. Catawba 50

6. Brevard 46

7. Coker 38

8. Newberry 30

9. Lincoln Memorial 27

2017 All-South Atlantic Conference

Women's Lacrosse Preseason Teams

FIRST TEAM

A - Caitlyn Nemeth, Brevard

A - Hanna Scott Queens

A - Abigail Pauus, Queens

A - Brittany Andrews, Wingate

MF - Kelly Dowd, Queens

MF - Paulena Dempsy, Wingate

MF - Nicolette Salay, Catawba

MF - Madison Malone, Tusculum

D - Lindsay Ordemann, Coker

D - Marabeth Durden, Coker

D - Aarika Kaester, Queens

D - Morgan Insel, Wingate

GK - Ines Flueck, Lenoir-Rhyne

 

SECOND TEAM

A - Faith Kent, Coker

A - Alexandra Bruder, Queens

A - Torrey Schwitkis, Lenoir-Rhyne

A - Shannon O’Neal, Wingate

MF - Aubriana Benedetto, Lenoir-Rhyne

MF - Claudia Jenkins, Coker

MF - Hannah Scott, Catawba

MF - Amara Moss, Lincoln Memorial

D - Emily Kessler, Lenoir-Rhyne

D - Taylor Winters, Lenoir-Rhyne

D- Melissa Saganich, Lincoln Memorial

D - Noreen McAllister, Lenoir-Rhyne

GK - Arion Pierre, Wingate

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Men’s Lacrosse Team was picked to repeat as South Atlantic Conference Regular Season Champions according to the 2017 league preseason coaches poll, released earlier today.

Lenoir-Rhyne was voted in first overall and received seven first-place votes for a total of 77 points. The Bears have won two of the past three conference regular season titles and won the 2016 SAC Championship Tournament.

In addition, the Bears had three players named to the 2017 All-South Atlantic Conference First Team: senior attacker Mike Hanlon (Haymarket, Va.), junior long stick middle Collin Lett (Greensboro, N.C.) and junior midfielder Ben Corrigan (Alpharetta, Ga.).

Hanlon led the team in goals scored (38), assists (24) and total points (62) while Lett totaled 55 ground balls in addition to a goal and three assists last season. Both players were first-team all-league honorees last year while Hanlon was named to the 2016 SAC All-Tournament squad.

Corrigan, a 2016 Second-Team All-SAC honoree, finished with 26 goals, 10 assists and 36 points last spring.

Lenoir-Rhyne (12-4, 8-0), ranked No. 14 in NCAA Division II, opens the season against second-ranked Limestone on Saturday, February 11, at 1:00 p.m., at Moretz Stadium. The Bears enter the season on an 11-game winning streak.

2017 South Atlantic Conference
Men’s Lacrosse Preseason Poll

1. Lenoir-Rhyne (7) 77
2. Queens (1) 69
3. Wingate (1) 64
4. Tusculum 44
5t. Mars Hill 37
5t. Lincoln Memorial 37
7. Catawba 34
8. Coker 31
9. Brevard 14

2017 All-South Atlantic Conference
Men’s Lacrosse Preseason Teams

FIRST TEAM
A – Garrett Sadler, Queens
A – Mike Hanlon, Lenoir-Rhyne
A – Jeremy Sullivan, Wingate
MF – Dallas Wade, Tusculum
MF – Ben Corrigan, Lenoir-Rhyne
MF – Daniel Godwin, Wingate
D – Anthony Crisera, Wingate
D – Chris Gazzio, Wingate
D – Ryon Bellamy, Queens
LP – Collin Lett, Lenoir-Rhyne
Spec. – Connor Eakes, Catawba
GK – Jacob Ormerod, Wingate

SECOND TEAM
A – Austin Murphy, Wingate
A – Dima Ferriera, Mars Hill
A – Ben Boyd, Tusculum
MF – Adam Golia, Lincoln Memorial
MF – Nathan Stewart, Mars Hill
MF – Billy Kopsky, Lincoln Memorial
D – Nick Rizzieri, Queens
D – Gus Weber, Catawba
D – Ryan Benck, Lincoln Memorial
LP – Griffin Stechmiller, Queens
Spec. – Jonathan Paige, Queens
GK – Ryan Applegate, Catawba

Tyrell Johnson (Atlanta, Ga./Stephenson) turned in a career night, finishing with 22 points, while three others finished in double-figures, however, it wouldn’t be enough and Appalachian State University men’s basketball would fall to Georgia State 83-72 on Monday night.

Johnson was an efficient 6-for-8 from the floor, including a stellar 10-for-11 at the foul line en route to his career night. The 10 free throws made were a career-best for Johnson. The sophomore also grabbed three rebounds and tallied one block in the effort.

The Mountaineers (6-12, 1-6 Sun Belt) got off to a lightning fast start to open the game, beginning 4-for-5 from the field leading to the first media timeout. Ronshad Shabazz (Raleigh, N.C./Huntington Prep (W.V.)) notched seven of the team’s first 10 points. Shabazz finished the game with 18 - his 35th double-digit scoring game of his career. Shabazz also finished with seven boards and four assists.

The Black and Gold led for nearly nine minutes of the first half and with a 19-18 lead, a short 6-0 run for the Panthers (12-6, 5-2 Sun Belt) propelled them into the lead, one in which they would take into the locker room up seven at 39-32.

An 18-5 run to start the second half, keyed by an Isaiah Williams jumper saw the Panthers soar to a game-high 20-point advantage at 57-37. Despite the damage, Appalachian weathered the storm and worked its way back into the ballgame.

App State closed to within just nine points at 68-59 with 6:12 remaining in regulation following two Johnson free throws, but it’s the closest they would get the rest of the way.

Off the bench for the Mountaineers, Patrick Good (Johnson City, Tenn./David Crockett) splashed in three 3-pointers and finished with 15 points, while Griffin Kinney (Delaware, Ohio/Fork Union Military Academy) scored all 12 of his points in the second half after registering just seven minutes in the opening period.

In 19 minutes off the Mountaineer bench, Isaac Johnson (Charlotte, N.C./Providence Day) once again led the Apps on the boards with a team-high eight rebounds. Johnson also collected four points.

As a team, the Mountaineers enjoyed one of their finer games at the charity stripe, finishing 21-for-24 at the free throw line.

D’Marcus Simonds led the Panthers with a game-high 25 points, while Malik Benlevi was the other lone Panther to notch double-figures with 10 points. The Panthers shot 56.9 percent from the field for the game.

Appalachian will return to the court on Saturday, Jan. 28 when it hosts UT Arlington inside the Holmes Center. Tipoff between the Mountaineers and Mavericks is set for 3:30 p.m.

Notes: Tyrell Johnson netted a career-high with 22 points on 6-for-8 shooting … Johnson’s previous career-high came this season against Little Rock (14 points) … the 10 free throws made were also a career-high for Johnson … Ronshad Shabazz notched his 35th double-digit scoring game of his career and 17th in 18 games this season … Patrick Good collected his first double-digit scoring game since Jan. 2 at UTA … for the seventh time this season and second game in a row, Isaac Johnson led the team in rebounds (8).

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Men’s Lacrosse Team is ranked No. 14 in the 2017 USILA/NIKE NCAA Division II Coaches National Preseason Poll. USILA is the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

The Bears (12-4, 8-0) will enter the season on an 11-game winning streak. Last year, Lenoir-Rhyne won both the South Atlantic Conference Regular Season and Tournament Championships and finished the season ranked 13th in the nation.

Lenoir-Rhyne opens the season on Saturday, February 11, at home against second-ranked Limestone at Moretz Stadium beginning at 1:00 p.m. The Saints lost in the national championship game last season.

2017 USILA/NIKE NCAA Division II

Men's Lacrosse Coaches Preseason Poll

1. LeMoyne (18) 360

2. Limestone 337

3. Merrimack 322

4. Tampa 297

5. NYIT 275

6. Mercyhurst 266

7. LIU Post 234

8. Adelphi 229

9. Seton Hill 216

10t. Belmont Abbey 147

10t. Mount Olive 147

12. Lake Erie 139

13. Mercy 114

14. Lenoir Rhyne 101

15. Indianapolis 78

16. Pace 75

17. Lindenwood 66

18. Molloy 46

19. Colorado Mesa 39

20. Rollins 36

Also receiving votes: Florida Southern, Chestnut Hill, Lynn, St. Anselm, Queens, Wingate, Saint Leo, Southern New Hampshire, Bentley, Wheeling Jesuit

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Women’s Tennis Team was voted eighth by the league’s 12 head coaches in the 2017 South Atlantic Conference Preseason Poll.

Wingate edge out Queens by a score of 135-134 in total points and was picked to win its seventh straight conference regular season championship. Lenoir-Rhyne totaled 61 points in the voting.

Lenoir-Rhyne is 1-1 on the year so far this season under first-year Head Coach Tom Rees. The Bears (7-15, 2-9 last season) open the spring portion of its schedule on Wednesday, February 1, at 2:00 p.m., against Young Harris in Young Harris, Ga.

2017 South Atlantic Conference

Women's Tennis Preseason Poll

1. Wingate (6) 135

2. Queens (6) 134

3. Tusculum 114

4. Anderson 87

5. Newberry 86

6. Lincoln Memorial 80

7. Carson-Newman 65

8. Lenoir-Rhyne 61

9. Coker 59

10. Catawba 52

11. Mars Hill 29

12. Brevard 20

FIRST TEAM DOUBLES

Carlotta Nassi/Melissa Laing, Queens

Marta Gonzalez/Caroline Nielson, Queens

Claudia De Andries/Maria Garcia, Wingate

SECOND TEAM DOUBLES

Layla Tanik/Sydney Homan, Wingate

Ivey Welborn/Rebecca Bruning, Anderson

Marta Pinol/Roksolana Prudyvus, Lincoln Memorial

FIRST TEAM SINGLES

Carlotta Nassi, Queens

Elizabeth Williamson, Newberry

Claudia De Andries, Wingate

Melissa Laing, Queens

Franziska Funke, Tusculum

Marta Pinol, Lincoln Memorial

SECOND TEAM SINGLES

Rebecca Bruning, Anderson

Marta Gonzalez, Queens

Alis Harris, Carson-Newman

Layla Tanik, Wingate

Sydney Homan, Wingate

Jil Corsato Owsianka, Carson-Newman

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