2011 Women's Tennis
Women's Tennis Standings
 Nebraska Wesleyan8-01.00015-7.682--6-03-26-5Lost 1
 Sioux Falls7-1.87510-8.5561.02-24-54-1Lost 1
 Concordia6-2.75010-8.5562.04-30-36-2Lost 1
 Hastings5-3.6256-9.4003.00-21-25-5Lost 1
 Northwestern4-4.5007-10.4124.00-15-42-5Lost 3
 Morningside3-5.3758-11.4215.04-31-23-6Lost 1
 Doane2-6.2502-8.2006.00-10-32-4Lost 1
 Briar Cliff1-7.1251-7.1257.00-30-11-3Lost 7
 Midland0-8.0000-8.0008.00-00-00-8Lost 8
Recent Headlines
Women's Tennis - Mon, May. 20, 2013
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The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) has announced their Women's Tennis All-Conference selections for 2013.  Vanessa Rockne from Mount Marty has been named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Women's Tennis Player-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 - Tue, May. 7, 2013
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The brackets for the 2013 NAIA National Tennis Championships in Mobile, Alabama, have been announced.  The event runs Tuesday, May 14 - Saturday, May 18 at the Mobile Tennis Center.  Nebraska Wesleyan's women and Doane's men will represent the GPAC.  Both teams open play against Concordia of California.

Women's Tennis - Sat, May. 4, 2013
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The Nebraska Wesleyan women won the 2013 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Tennis Tournament Championship on Saturday in Fremont, Nebraska, at the YMCA.  The top seeded Prairie Wolves defeated second seed Morningside 5-0 to claim the title.


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