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WOMEN'S TENNIS
| AWARDS | CHAMPIONSHIP | INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS | SCHEDULE | STANDINGS |

2005 LMC CHAMPIONSHIP

Sun., October 9
&
Mon., October 10
at Nielsen Tennis Stadium
Madison, Wis.
hosted by Edgewood

Team Standings
1. Concordia, 45.0
2. WLC, 39.0
3. Edgewood, 38.5
4. Dominican, 30.5
5. MSOE, 18.0
6. Marian, 15.5
7. Lakeland, 4.0

 

2005 DUAL STANDINGS

  LMC Overall
CUW 6-0 9-1
WLC 5-1 7-3
EC 4-2 4-8
DU 3-3 6-6
MC 2-4 3-9
MSOE 1-5 3-9
LC 0-6 0-9

as of  10/08/2005


LMC Dual Results
09/07 WLC 6, DU 3
09/10 EC 9, LC 0
09/11 MC 6, MSOE 3
09/13 CUW 6, DU 3
09/17 CUW 6, MC 3
09/17 EC 6, DU 3
09/17 WLC 6, MSOE 3
09/19 WLC 5, EC 4
09/21 CUW 9, LC 0
09/21 DU 8, MC 1
09/21 EC 6, MSOE 3
09/24 CUW 5, WLC 4
09/24 MC 5, LC 4
09/24 DU 8, MSOE 1
09/27 DU 8, LC 1
09/27 CUW 7, EC 2
09/27 WLC 7, MC 2
09/30 MSOE 5, LC 4
10/01 EC 5, MC 4
10/01 CUW 6, MSOE 3
10/01 WLC 6, LC 3

 

 

CONCORDIA CLAIMS WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
MADISON, Wis. --
Concordia University captured the 2005 Lake Michigan Conference Women's Tennis Championship at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison on October 9 and 10. The Falcons won three of six singles events to give them a final score of 45 points. Just behind Concordia in the standings was Wisconsin Lutheran College with 39 points, which won the #1 Singles and #2 Doubles events. Edgewood College won two singles and two doubles events to score 38.5 points and claim third place.

Dominican University won the #4 Singles event, and finished with a final score of 30.5. Finishing out the standings were Milwaukee School of Engineering with 18 points, Marian College with 15.5, and Lakeland College with four points.

Emily Henrich of Wisconsin Lutheran College was named Lake Michigan Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, after winning the #1 Singles event. Warrior teammate Rachel Wendt was named LMC Rookie of the Year after claiming second place in #4 Singles, and winning the #2 Doubles event with doubles partner Melissa Bernhardt. Edgewood College's Doanh Wang was named Lake Michigan Conference Coach of the Year.

--October 11, 2005--  [Championship Results]

 

CANEDO CHOSEN AS NEW MSOE TENNIS COACH
MILWAUKEE -- MSOE Director of Athletics Dan Harris announced today that Tony Canedo will serve as the new head coach of men’s and women’s tennis at the university. He replaces Larry Gagnon on the Raider’s coaching staff.

Harris shares his enthusiasm about the hiring, “Tony possesses strong coaching and administrative skills and appears to be just the person to lead us as we grow our tennis program.”

Canedo brings over 20 years of coaching experience to the Raider programs. Owner and director of the Canedo Tennis Academy in Milwaukee, he has coached all levels of tennis since 1989, including players on the Professional and U.S. National Junior circuits.

One of his strengths is bringing a professional player’s perspective to the program. Canedo was once a professional player on the European circuit and played in Germany in the Bundesliga as recently as 2000.

Outside of athletics, Canedo received his law degree from Marquette University Law School in 1996; and he received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of San Francisco. While attending USF, he was co-captain of the tennis team his senior year, playing number two singles and number one doubles for the NCAA Division I program.

Currently Canedo serves on the Alumni Board of Directors of the National Sports Law Institute. He and his wife Emily reside in Whitefish Bay, they have one child, Gabriela, and are expecting another child in September.

--July 1, 2005-- [Release provided by MSOE Sports Information Department]

   

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