2015 Women's Tennis
Record: 2-6 Home: 2-2 Away: 0-4 MSC: 2-5
 
 
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Mon, May. 18, 2015 - [Women's Tennis]
Snyder, Harmon, Kistler each garner national awards
 
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Thu, Apr. 23, 2015 - [Women's Tennis]
SSU season comes to an end at Mid-South Conference Championships
 
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Thu, Apr. 23, 2015 - [Women's Tennis]
Harmon, Kistler, Snyder, Wulfekamp each garner conference honors
 
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Thu, Apr. 16, 2015 - [Women's Tennis]
Harmon leads SSU with 8-4 win at No. 3 singles
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Recent Women's Tennis Headlines
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Women's Tennis - Tue, Apr. 14, 2015

Portsmouth, Ohio (Tennis) – Shawnee State claimed victory over Saint Catharine College on Tuesday afternoon, going 4-2 in singles and 2-1 in doubles at Portsmouth Tennis Academy.

At the No. 2 spot for singles, Emily Waugh (FR/Wheelersburg, Ohio) came through for the Bears by defeating SCC's Hannah Lewis in two 6-1 sets. Nicole Harmon (FR/Shelby, Ohio) joined Waugh in singles victory, besting Lydia Tackett in both sets 6-0 at the No. 3 spot. 

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Women's Tennis - Wed, Apr. 1, 2015

Georgetown, Ky. (Tennis) – Shawnee State would drop their fifth straight match to start the 2015 season with an 8-1 loss to Georgetown College on Wednesday afternoon at Lackey Tennis Center.

Nicole Harmon (FR/Shelby, Ohio) obtained the lone win for the Bears. She defeated GC's Emily Novak with an 8-5 victory in a pro set at the No. 4 singles spot.

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Women's Tennis - Tue, Mar. 31, 2015

COLUMBIA, Ky. (Tennis) – Facing off against perennially one of the top NAIA tennis programs in the country, the Shawnee State tennis team was taken down, 9-0, versus No. 4 Lindsey Wilson College on Sunday afternoon at  the Henry Baughman Tennis Complex.

Opening versus the second-ranked doubles squad in the country, Shelbie Wulfekamp (SR/Maysville, Ky.) and Brianna Boggs (SO/Wheelersburg, Ohio) picked up a set versus Alicia Rodriguez and Jessica King, but ultimately fell, 8-1. Henar Munoz and Ana Pinto followed with an 8-0 win over Emily Waugh (FR/Wheelersburg, Ohio) and Kendi Kistler (FR/Chillicothe, Ohio), before a walkover handed LWC all three doubles points.

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Women's Tennis - Mon, Mar. 30, 2015

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (Tennis) – The Shawnee State tennis team earned just a single victory versus Campbellsville University – who received votes in the most recent NAIA Coaches' Poll – as the Bears fell 9-0 to the Lady Tigers on a chilly Saturday afternoon at the Kelly Hall Tennis Complex.

At No. 1 doubles, Campbellsville's Anna Tumanyen and Haley Dallas dropped Shelbie Wulfekamp (SR/Maysville, Ky.) and Brianna Boggs (SO/Wheelersburg, Ohio), 8-0, as Megan Charity and Jenna Sallee did the same to Emily Waugh (FR/Wheelersburg, Ohio) and Kendi Kistler (FR/Chillicothe, Ohio). The Lady Tigers won the final doubles match in a walkover.

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Women's Tennis - Mon, Mar. 30, 2015

PORTSMOUTH, Ohio (Tennis) – The Shawnee State tennis squad – amidst a stretch of two straight matches versus ranked opponents, fell, 7-2, at the hands of No. 21 Cumberland University on Monday afternoon at the Dr. William E. Daehler Tennis Center.

The two victories for SSU came in the walkover variety, as Cumberland traveled to Portsmouth with just five players. This gave the Bears victories at No. 3 doubles, as well as No. 6 singles before playing a set.