def. Viola Sawyer / Allyson Naiken (ARCADIAW)
def. Ciara Blair / Jennifer Khawam (ARCADIAW)
def. Kayla Haberbosch / Sarah Hanley (ARCADIAW)
def. Viola Sawyer (ARCADIAW)
def. Allyson Naiken (ARCADIAW)
def. Kayla Haberbosch (ARCADIAW)
def. Jennifer Khawam (ARCADIAW)
def. Sarah Hanley (ARCADIAW)
def. Ciara Blair (ARCADIAW)
US NATIONAL TENNIS CENTER---The ASA College women's tennis closed the regular season this evening in dominating fashion, defeating NCAA Division III Arcadia University 9-0 and giving up one game the entire team match. ASA improves to 12-3 with the team victory. The Lady Avengers will have a week to prepare to defend their NJCAA Division I title at the NJCAA Division I National Championships (May 2-8) in Tuscon, AZ.
"The ladies have kept on getting better as the season has progressed. I am pretty happy where we are right now, but this week of training will help fine tune some things before Tuscon."
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ABOUT ASA COLLEGE: Established in 1985, ASA College has evolved into a two-year college with course offerings and student services that rival any of its kind nationally. ASA is dedicated to educating its students and assisting them in moving on to a four-year college/university. We promote character traits such as discipline, working with others, sportsmanship and adhering to rules and regulations that will translate into specific careers paths. Our goal is to have the student's athletic experience serve as an effective stepping stone for advancement to a four-year school or their chosen career path. ASA College is a member of the NJCAA and is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission of Higher Learning. The college is also accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. In addition, ASA College and its faculty and staff maintain required memberships and certifications from a wide realm of professional higher education and civic organizations.
ABOUT THE NJCAA: It is the mission of the NJCAA to foster a national program of athletic participation in an environment that supports equitable opportunities consistent with the educational objectives of member colleges. The NJCAA's mission is to promote and foster two-year college athletics. Unlawful discrimination is incompatible with this mission and detracts from the organization's goal of promoting healthy and fair competition. For more information on the NJCAA log on to www.NJCAA.org.
ABOUT REGION XV: Member colleges of the NJCAA are allotted to a specific NJCAA Region upon membership to the association. Unlike other collegiate organizations that defer to conference affiliation, the NJCAA guarantees each member college's membership within the regional structure of the association. In most cases, region assignment is based upon geographic location of the college. For more information on the Region XV log on to http://region15athletics.com