Four Netters Named to All-GLIAC Teams; Goudy Named to First Team

ASHLAND, Ohio – Four Ashland University tennis players were named to the All-GLIAC Tennis Teams on Tuesday (Oct. 26).

Junior Torrie Goudy (Lexington, Ohio) heads the group as she was named to the All-GLIAC First-Team for the third straight year. She was 8-4 overall this season, with all of her wins coming at first singles. She paired with junior Paige Cooper (Mansfield, Ohio/Lexington) to go 9-5 at first doubles this season.

Cooper was named to the All-GLIAC Second-Team for the second straight year. In her freshman season, she was a GLIAC honorable mention selection. Cooper was 12-3 overall this season, including a 9-1 mark at third singles.

Sophomore Erika Sullivan (Broadview Heights, Ohio/Brecksville-Broadview Heights) was also named to the All-GLIAC team for the second consecutive season. She was 4-5 this season with all of her matches coming at second singles. Sullivan partnered with freshman Kira Kotova (Moscow, Russia) to go 6-3 at third doubles

Senior Alex Ware (Plymouth, Mich./Salem) was named an All-GLIAC honorable mention selection. Ware was 9-3 this season – 4-1 at fifth singles, 5-2 at sixth singles. She and senior Corinne Pasley (Livonia, Mich./Adlaie Stevenson) were 11-4 in doubles play, including a 10-4 record at second doubles. They won their only match playing at first doubles.

The Eagles finished fifth at the GLIAC women's tennis tournament last weekend.

Wayne State's Sharon Gill was named the conference's player of the year. The GLIAC Freshman of the Year was Ohio Dominican's Sofia Espana-Perez. Saginaw Valley State coach Mike Major was named the league's coach of the year.

The Eagles will resume their spring schedule on Feb. 19 at Mercyhurst.

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