2009 Women's Tennis
 
 
 
 
Women's Tennis Standings
 SchoolGPACOverallGBHomeAwayNeutralStreak
 Sioux Falls9-01.00014-7.667--4-03-27-5Lost 1
 Concordia8-1.88912-3.8001.03-04-15-2Lost 1
RVNebraska Wesleyan7-2.77812-11.5222.02-54-16-5Lost 1
 Hastings5-3.6258-6.5713.54-21-23-2Lost 1
 Morningside5-4.5565-7.4174.03-21-11-4Lost 3
 Midland4-5.4445-8.3855.04-51-20-1Lost 1
 Northwestern3-6.3334-9.3086.01-13-60-2Won 1
 Doane2-7.2222-10.1677.00-20-52-3Lost 2
 Dordt1-7.1251-12.0777.50-01-70-5Won 1
 Briar Cliff0-9.0000-11.0009.00-70-20-2Lost 11
 
 
 
Recent Headlines
Women's Tennis - Fri, May. 8, 2015
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  (Sioux City, Iowa) – The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) has announced the Women's Tennis All-Conference selections for 2015.  Gaby Chaparro of Nebraska Wesleyan and Frankie Eszes from Northwestern have been named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Co-Women's Tennis Players-of-the-Year, while Rick Harley from Nebraska Wesleyan is the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Women's Tennis Coach-of-the-Year. 

Tennis Combined - Sat, May. 2, 2015
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(Fremont, Nebraska) – The third seeded Northwestern women and top seeded Hastings men won Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Tennis Championships on Saturday in Fremont, Nebraska, as the 2015 GPAC Tennis Tournament concluded.

Tennis Combined - Fri, May. 1, 2015
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(Fremont, Nebraska) – The quarterfinal and semifinal rounds of the 2015 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Tennis Tournament were played on Friday.  Play was moved indoors for the day and matches were played at the YMCA in Fremont, Nebraska, and the Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln, Nebraska.

 
 
 
 
 
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