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TABLE OF CONTENTS

MEDIA INFORMATION

Quick Facts/Table of Contests 1

Media Information 2-3

2012 Schedule 4

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach John Severance 6

Assistant Coach Jo Keene 7

2012 COUGARS

Giorgia Pozzan 9

Laura Ring 10

Bryony Hunter 11

Maja Kazimieruk 12

Celia Fraser 13

Jo Garvey 14

Dionne Sanders 15

Liselot Koenen/Charlotte Phillips 16

HISTORY & RECORDS

2011 Season Recap 18

Record Book/Honors 19

NCAA Championships/All-Time Roster 20

Coaching Results 21

Year-by-Year Results 22-25

2012 ROSTER

player Ht. Hits Cl.-exp. Hometown (last school)

Celia Fraser 5-11 Right So. - 1L Birmingham, U.K. (King Edwards Camp Hill)

Jo Garvey 5-7 Right So. - 1L Saitburn by the Sea, U.K. (Huntcliff Secondary School)

Bryony Hunter 5-10 Right Jr. - 2L Harlow, U.K. (Rivington & Blackrod HS)

Maja Kazimieruk 5-6 Right Jr. - 2L Poznan, Poland (Sports HS)

Liselot Koenen 5-9 Right Fr.-HS St. Charles, Ill. (St. Charles North HS)

Charlotte Phillips 5-4 Left Fr.-HS Nottinghamshire, U.K.

Giorgia Pozzan 5-9 Right Sr. - 1L Lacchiarella, Italy (Sam Houston State)

Laura Ring 5-3 Right Sr.-2L Friendswood, Texas (Texas Tech)

Dionne Sanders 5-7 Right So. - 1L Stourbridge, U.K. (The Kingswinford School)

CoaCHing staff

Head Coach: John Severance (Eighth Season, Arizona ‘99)

Assistant Coach: Jo Keene (Seventh Season, Houston ‘03)

QUICK FACTS

general information

Location: .................................. Houston, Texas

Founded: ..................................................1927

Enrollment:...........................................38,752

Chancellor/President: ............ Dr. Renu Khator

Faculty Representative: ....Dr. Richard Scamell

Director of Athletics: ................ Mack Rhoades

SWA: .........................................DeJuena Chizer

Nickname: ........................................... Cougars

Colors: .................Scarlet (PMS 185) and White

Facility: .............................. John E. Hoff Courts

Conference: ............................. Conference USA

team information

2011 Overall Record: ............................... 16-8

2011 C-USA Tournament Record: ............. 0-1

Lettermen Returning: ...................................6

Lettermen Lost: .............................................2

Newcomers: ...................................................2

CoaCHing staff

Head Coach: ........John Severance (Arizona ‘99)

Career Record: ....... 111-55 (Seven seasons)

Record at Houston .............................. same

Assistant Coach: ................................Jo Keene

atHletiCs CommUniCations

Assoc. AD/Communications: .........Dave Reiter

Asst. Director/Tennis Contact: ......... Kyle Seay

Office: .................................. (713) 743-9391

Cell: ..................................... (832) 657-5138

Email: ........................ kseay@central.uh.edu

Director: ......................................... Jeff Conrad

Assistant Director: ...................Allison McClain

Assistant Director: ................ Michael McGrory

Communications Asst.: ......... Marques Wilkins

Communications Phone: ....... (713) 743-9404

Communications Fax:............. (713) 743-9411

Website: ........................ www.UHCougars.com

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MEDIA INFORMATION

CREDENTIALS ››

All requests for working press, radio, television, photography or scouting credentials should be emailed to Athletics Communications

Assistant Director Kyle Seay at least one week prior to the match. Season credential requests should be sent at

least two weeks prior to the first match.

ANY ABUSE oF A WoRKING CREDENTIAL WILL RESULT IN THE MEDIA AGENCY LoSING CREDENTIAL PRIvILEGES.

FREELANCE AND/oR NoN-DAILY WRITERS MAY BE ASKED To PRoDUCE CoPIES oF ACTUAL PUBLICATIoNS IN

WHICH THEIR WoRK HAS APPEARED. ADMISSIoN To THE MATCH IS BY PASS oNLY.

ACREDITATION GUIDELINES››

Ñ only full-time, salaried employees intending to provide actual game coverage may receive credentials.

Ñ A requesting media agency must represent a collective, organizational editorial voice, not simply the offerings of a single individual.

Ñ Membership in a writer’s association does not automatically qualify an agency for credentials.

Ñ A media agency may assign one of its credentials to its online entity.

Ñ An online entity, not associated with a traditional media agency, may qualify for one credential, subject to the following conditions:

1. An onine entity may receive a credential only if its own full-time staff writes a majority of that site’s material.

2. online entities that focus primarily on University of Houston Athletics and sponsor message boards or chat rooms, may receive

credentials provided they adhere to a policy that requires that a posted message or opinion is identified with the actual name

and city of the individual posting the message.

3. Any online service that is recognized as an outlet intended primarily for the purpose of delivering news related to the recruitment

of student-athletes will not qualify for credentials.

4. online entities will not receive photography credentials.

5. online entities (other than those identified above) registering 20,000 legitimate unique users per month in each of the past

12 months will be given first consideration.

important nUmbers ››

Athletics Communications Main Phone ...........(713) 743-9404

Athletics Communications Fax ........................(713) 743-9411

Website .................................................www.UHCougars.com

mailing address ››

University of Houston Athletics Communications

3100 Cullen Blvd., Suite 2008

Athletics/Alumni Center

Houston, TX 77204

assistanCe ››

The University of Houston Athletics Communications office is at your service to assist

you with your coverage of Houston Tennis. UH Athletics Communications Assistant

Director Kyle Seay will be happy to serve you during the 2011 season. For information

regarding credentials, team and athlete information, interviews, results and pictures

please call the UH Athletics Communications office (713-743-9404).

ALL iNTERviEWS must be arranged through Kyle Seay in the Athletics

Communications office at least one day in advance.

offiCe ››

The University of Houston Athletics Communications office is in the Ted Nance Suite

(#2008) on the second floor of the Athletics/Alumni Center. The Athletics/Alumni

Center is located on Cullen Boulevard between Cougar Field and Hofheinz Pavilion.

If available, parking will be provided in the front lot of the Athletics/Alumni Center

pHotograpHers ››

Photographers are welcome to shoot match action. Please be aware of meet action

going on around you.

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dave reiter

assoCiate atHletiCs direCtor

(713) 743-9409

dmreiter@central.uh.edu

Jeff Conrad

direCtor

(713) 743-9410

jaconrad@central.uh.edu

kyle seay

assistant direCtor

(713) 743-9391

kSeay@central.uh.edu

allison mCClain

assistant direCtor

(713) 743-9406

ammclai@central.uh.edu

miCHael mCgrory

assistant direCtor

(713) 743-9404

jmmcGrory@central.uh.edu

marqUes wilkins

CommUniCations assistant

(713) 743-9407

mawilkin@central.uh.edu


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MEDIA INFORMATION

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Associated Press-Houston, 16945 Northchase Dr., Suite 2110, Houston, TX 77060 281-872-8900 281-872-9988

Chris Duncan, Kristie Rieken cduncan@ap.org, krieken@ap.org

Associated Press-State, 4851 LBJ Freeway, Suite 300, Dallas, TX 75244 972-991-2100 972-991-7207

Jamie Aron, Southwest editor aptexas@ap.org

Houston Chronicle, P.o. Box 4260, Houston, TX 77210-4260 713-362-7891 713-362-7866 Chron.com

Jeff Rosen, sports editor; Sam Khan, beat writer; sam.khan@chron.com; richard.justice@chron.com, jerome.solomon@chron.com

Richard Justice, columnist; Jerome Solomon, columnist

The Daily Cougar, University of Houston, Houston, TX 77204-4071 713-743-5303 713-743-5384 TheDailyCougar.com

John Brannen, sports editor sports@thedailycougar.com

Houston Forward Times, P.o. Box 8346, Houston, TX 77288-8346 713-526-4727 713-526-3170 ForwardTimes.com

Yolande Lezine yolandelezine@att.net

Dallas Morning News, P.o. Box 655237, Dallas, TX 75265-0237 214-977-8444 214-651-0580 DallasNews.com

Garry Leavell, sports editor; Mark Konradi, deputy sports editor; Kate Hairopoulos khairopoulos@dallasnews.com; results@dallasnews.com

Fort Worth Star-Telegram, P.o. Box 1870, Fort Worth, TX 76102 817-390-7760 817-390-7789 Star-Telegram.com

Joe Garza, sports editor; Stefan Stevenson, Jan Hubbard, Gil Lebreton, Jim Reeves, Randy Galloway sports@star-telegram.com

RADIO

KCOH (1430 AM), 5011 Almeda Road., Houston, TX 77004 713-522-1001 713-521-0769 KCoHRadio.com

Ralph Cooper, sports director; Kris Gardner rcooper@kcohradio.com

Sports Radio 610, 24 Greenway Plaza #1900, Houston, TX 77046 713-881-5100 713-881-5499 SportsRadio610.com

John Lopez, Marc vandermeer, Robert Henslee, Rich Lord, Josh Innes, Shaun Bijani, Barry Warner robert.henslee@cbs.com

790 The Sports Animal, 2000 West Loop South, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77027 713-212-8000 713-212-8957 790TheSportsAnimal.com

Charlie Pallilo, Matt Thomas, Matt Jackson, Adam Wexler, Dylan Gwinn cp@sports790.com; mt@sports790.com; mattandadam@sports790.com; dylan@sports790.com

1560 The Game (KGOW), 5353 West Alabama, Suite 415, Houston, TX. 77056 713-479-5300 713-479-5300 1560TheGame.com

John Granato, Lance Zierlein, John Harris, Richard Justice, Sean Pendergast, David Nuno granato@1560thegame; dnuno@1560thegame

97.5 The Ticket (KFNC), 9801 Westheimer, Suite 700, Houston, TX 77042 713-260-4504 713-954-2331 975TheTicket.com

Carl Dukes, Dave Tepper, Chuck Savage, Fred Faour, Julie Takahashi david.tepper@cumulus.com; juliet@cumulus.com

KTRH News Radio 740, 2000 West Loop South, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77027 713-212-8000 713-212-8957 KTRH.com

TELEvISION

KHOU (CBS), P.o. Box 11, Houston, TX 77001 713-521-4375 713-420-7763 KHoU.com

Butch Alsandor, sports director; Matt Musil, Daniel Gotera, Bob Luna balsandor@khou.com; mmusil@khou.com; dgotera@khou.com; bluna@khou.com

KPRC (NBC), P.o. Box 2222, Houston, TX 77001 713-778-4986 713-771-4930 Click2Houston.com

Randy McIlvoy, sports director; Winston Dutchin, executive producer; Adam Clanton desk@kprc.com, rmcilvoy@kprc.com; wdutchin@kprc.com; aclanton@kprc.com

Allen Reid, Darryl George –areid@kprc.com

KRiv (Fox), 4261 Southwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77027 713-479-2841 713-626-9872 MyFoxHouston.com

Mark Berman, sports director; Keith Calkins; Scott Buchman, producer; Doug Biggers buchman@fox26.com, berman@fox26.com, calkins@fox26.com

KTRK (ABC), P.o. Box 13, Houston, TX 77001 713-663-4572 713-663-4591 ABC13.com

Bob Allen, sports director; Tim Melton, Bob Slovak bob.allen@abc.com, tim.melton@abc.com; bob.slovak@abc.com

KHCW (CW), 7700 Westpark Drive, Houston, TX 77063 713-435-2931 713-787-0528 KHCW.trb.com

Jorge vargas, sports director; Alex Radow jvargas@tribune.com, aradow@tribune.com

KTBU, 11150 Equity Dr., Houston, TX 77041 713-351-0755 713-351-0756 The Tube.net

Craig Roberts, Todd Freed croberts@ktbu.tv; tfreed@ktbu.tv

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2012 SCHEDULE

date opponent site time

JAN. 21 AT BAYLoR WACo, TEXAS 1:00 P.M.

Jan. 28 Colorado Hoff CoUrts 1:00 p.m.

feb. 3 mCneese state Hoff CoUrts 1:00 p.m.

feb. 11 nortHwestern state Hoff CoUrts 10:00 a.m.

feb. 12 Utsa Hoff CoUrts 12:00 p.m.

feb. 18 sam HoUston state Hoff CoUrts 10:00 a.m.

FEB. 24 AT SoUTHEASTERN LoUISIANA HAMMoND, LA. 12:00 P.M.

FEB. 25 AT TULANE* NEW oRLEANS, LA. 11:00 A.M.

marCH 12 iowa state Hoff CoUrts 2:00 p.m.

marCH 14 marqUette Hoff CoUrts 1:00 p.m.

MARCH 16 vS. IDAHo LAS vEGAS, NEv. 1:00 P.M.

MARCH 17 vS. KANSAS LAS vEGAS, NEv. 1:00 P.M.

MARCH 18 vS. BoWLING GREEN LAS vEGAS, NEv. 7:00 P.M.

marCH 22 prairie view a&m Hoff CoUrts 3:00 p.m.

MARCH 25 AT TEXAS STATE SAN MARCoS, TEXAS 11:00 A.M.

marCH 31 tUlsa* Hoff CoUrts 10:00 a.m.

april 8 texas-pan ameriCan Hoff CoUrts 11:00 a.m.

APRIL 11 AT PRAIRIE vIEW A&M PRAIRIE vIEW, TEXAS 2:00 P.M.

APRIL 13 AT LoUISIANA TECH RUSToN, LA. 5:00 P.M.

APRIL 14 vS. GRAMBLING STATE RUSToN, LA. 11:00 A.M.

APRIL 15 AT ST. EDWARD’S AUSTIN, TEXAS 2 P.M.

APR. 19-22 CoNFERENCE USA CHAMPIoNSHIP MEMPHIS, TENN. TBA

All times are Central and subject to change.

Home games listed in BoLD CAPS and are played on the John E. Hoff Courts.

( * ) indicates conference matchup

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CoaCHing staff

Head Coach John Severance ......................6

Assistant Coach Jo Keene ..........................7


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COACHING STAFF

JoHn severanCe

Head Coach

Eighth Season

Arizona ‘99

John Severance embarks on his eighth season as head coach of the University of Houston tennis

team and his 11th season with the program after spending three seasons as an assistant coach.

Severance became the all-time winningest coach in UH tennis history during the 2010 season and

notched his 100th career victory in front of the home crowd against Texas State on Feb. 12, 2011.

Severance also ranks second in program history with a winning percentage of .669 (111-55)

behind Mary Nyholm’s .719 (41-16) record.

Severance led Houston to its ninth-straight winning season overall and the seventh consecutive

under his tutelage during the 2011 season, posting a 16-8 mark, which tied for the 10th-most

wins in a single season in program history.

The Cougars endured several injuries during the first portion of the 2011 season before reeling

off nine victories in the last 10 matches to wrap up the regular season.

Despite a young team that featured five underclassmen, all six starters in the singles lineup

notched at least 10 victories en route to a 93-42 (.689) record in singles action, which was an

increase of 32 wins from the previous season.

Not only did the Cougars excel on the court during the 2010-11 campaign, they also led all sports

at UH with a 3.26 grade-point average during the fall semester. Freshman Celia Fraser marked

the lone UH student-athlete to achieve a perfect 4.0 GPA during her first collegiate semester.

“I expect every player in our program to graduate with over a 3.0 GPA,” said Severance. “That’s

a tradition we’ve set since I’ve been here. Academics is very important to our team, and obviously

it shows.”

Houston went 11-8 in 2010 and fell to East Carolina in the opening round of the Conference USA

Championship. Despite losing the top-four performers from the previous season, who compiled

a 57-16 singles mark, Severance turned in his sixth-consecutive winning season at UH.

Bryony Hunter led the squad as a freshman with 13 singles wins en route to Third-Team Conference

USA honors. Hunter became the eighth player to garner C-USA All-Conference honors under Severance,

and marked the sixth-straight year that at least one Cougar has received league accolades.

UH went 18-4 in 2009 and had its season come to an end against No. 64 Rice in the C-USA

Championship quarterfinals. The Cougars posted the highest winning percentage (.818) since

1990 and the second-highest percentage in the 33-year history of the program.

Under Severance’s tutelage, Joanna Kacprzyk was selected Third Team All-Conference USA.

The Warsaw, Poland native put together a 14-6 record in singles action which saw her play a

majority of her matches at the top of the Cougar line-up. In addition to her abilities as a singles

player, Kacprzyk joined teammate Lynley Wasson to form the Cougars’ most consistent doubles

tandem, posting a 13-6 record.

In addition to the success that the Cougars enjoyed on the court, their academic excellence was

also a reason for recognition as the women’s tennis program held the highest GPA across all sports

for the second year in a row. Eight players (Lucy Forward, Joanna Kacprzyk, Jordan McCombs,

Laura Ring, vicky Simpson, Neila Starratt, Lynley Wasson and Alix Young) were named to the

Conference USA Dean’s List. In addition, Wasson was named to the First Team C-USA All-Academic

Team during her senior campaign. Entering the season, the team’s goal was to maintain a 3.5

GPA in the fall and a 3.25 GPA in the spring. The athletes exceeded these goals with a 3.53 GPA

in the fall and a 3.34 GPA in the spring.

In 2008, Severance finished the season with his fourth consecutive winning record completing

the season with a record of 16-11.

The Cougars knocked off a ranked opponent, defeating No. 38 Louisville, 4-3, on March 22, 2008.

Houston also won nine of their 12 home games.

Under Severance’s guidance, departing senior, Leila Salek, won 18 of 24 singles matches, earning

her spot on the 2007-08 All-Conference USA Second Team.

“our philosophy is simple. We want to recruit good kids and develop them in the classroom and

on the court. If an athlete is wanting to improve her tennis game, and is willing to work hard,

Houston is the place for her. We not only develop these players on the court, we also train these

girls with tennis specific weights, and a conditioning program (ACT), Advanced Circuit Training,”

Severance said.

In the 2006-07 season, Houston went 13-9, as Severance marked a milestone of 50 wins in just

his first three seasons, the fastest of any Cougars’ women’s tennis coach. The Cougars, under

Severance, produced five All-Conference honorees and the 2007 C-USA Newcomer of the Year.

Since his arrival at Houston, the Cougars have climbed from a seventh-place finish in his first year

as an assistant coach, to four top-five C-USA finishes in the last seven seasons. Houston’s success

on the courts brought the program its highest ITA national ranking since 2001, as the Cougars

were ranked as high as No. 67 in 2006.

Prior to Severance’s arrival, the Cougars had not finished with a winning record since 1998.

Houston has finished above the .500 mark every season under Severance, including two of the

three highest winning percentages in the program’s 33-year history.

over that time, Severance has helped coach eight All-Conference players, including 2002 C-USA

Player of the Year and 2006 Wimbledon Second Rounder Sarah Borwell, two-time C-USA pick

Kami Miller and 2007 C-USA Newcomer of the Year Leila Salek.

The transition into coaching at the collegiate level has been an easy one for Severance, who is a

natural with teaching mechanics, strategy and point development. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah,

and raised in Phoenix, Ariz., Severance joined the program in 2001 after working at the Tucson

Racquet and Fitness Club in Tucson, Ariz. He is a certified member of the United States Professional

Tennis Association and has been given the elite rating of Professional I.

Prior to his appointment at Houston, Severance worked with the juniors in the excellence program

at the Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club and in his spare time helped coach the Saint Gregory

College Prep boys and girls’ tennis teams. In 2001, he helped the boys’ team to a regional title

and assisted the girls’ team in winning the state championship.

“Being a former student-athlete, I’m trying to give my players the knowledge that I have gained

since playing,” Severance said. “Looking at tennis from a coach’s perspective, you realize how

important it is to work hard off the court in addition to putting in quality work when you are on

the court. It doesn’t just take a good player to win. It takes an all-around athlete.

“You can see it in the world’s best players,” Severance continued. “They are not at the top of their

games because they change the way they play. They are the greatest because they have increased

their strength and conditioning in addition to their tennis talent.”

As a player, Severance enjoyed a successful career at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs.

He was one of the top players in the lineup during the 1997-98 season for the Lions. Preceding

his play at CU-Colorado Springs, Severance played at Mesa Community College (1995-97). That

same year he also helped his team to a No. 10 national ranking at the national tournament in

Corpus Christi, Texas. In 1999, he finished his studies at the University of Arizona and graduated

with a bachelor of arts in sociology.

Severance began playing tennis after watching The French open in 1983. That afternoon he

grabbed his father’s wooden racket and several old balls, walked across the street to the tennis

court and went on to teach himself how to play. He knows what it took to get himself where he

is and has high hopes for his players.

severanCe year-by-year

year w-l pct. Home away neutral

2004-05 17-10 .629 12-2 2-6 3-2

2005-06 20-5 .800 13-0 5-4 2-1

2006-07 13-9 .590 8-6 3-2 3-3

2007-08 16-11 .592 10-2 6-6 0-3

2008-09 18-4 .818 6-2 9-1 3-0

2009-10 11-8 .579 6-2 3-4 2-2

2010-11 16-8 .667 9-2 7-4 0-2

totals 111-55 .669 64-16 35-27 13-13

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Jo keene

Assistant Coach

Seventh Season

Houston ‘03

Jo Keene returns to the University of Houston for her seventh season as an assistant

coach after an impressive collegiate career with the Cougars from 2000-02.

Keene’s responsibilities include on-court coaching, academics, team travel, home

tournament organization, strength and conditioning, housing, recruiting and racquet

re-stringing.

“I trust Jo, and I know what to expect from her,” head coach John Severance said. “When

you have someone in the program that you can trust and you know your expectations

are met, it makes things run a lot smoother and it’s easier to communicate when

everyone’s on the same page.”

During her six seasons as an assistant, Keene has helped coach six All-Conference USA selections,

including fellow British native Leila Salek to the 2007 First Team All-Conference,

2007 C-USA Newcomer of the Year and 2007-08 All-Conference USA Second Team.

Houston enjoyed its ninth-straight winning season overall in 2011 and the sixth consecutive

under Keene’s tutelage, posting a 16-8 mark, which tied for the 10th-most wins in

a single season in program history.

The Cougars endured several injuries during the first portion of the 2011 season before

reeling off nine victories in the last 10 matches to wrap up the regular season.

Houston went 11-8 in 2010 and fell to East Carolina in the opening round of the Conference

USA Championship. Despite losing the top-four performers from the previous

season, who compiled a 57-16 singles mark, the Cougars pushed their streak of winning

seasons to eight years.

Keene helped guide the Cougars to an 18-4 mark in 2009. After the regular season came

to an end, they fell to Rice in the C-USA Championships quarterfinals. But on-court success

was not the only area of her expertise as eight Cougars were selected to the C-USA

Dean’s List. She also helped guide Lynley Wasson to the First Team C-USA All-Academic

team and Joanna Kacprzyk to Third Team All-Conference as well as Neila Starratt to ITA

Scholar honors for the third year in a row.

The Cougars finished 16-11 in 2008, including a victory over a ranked opponent. The

Cougars entered the season after winning nine of their 12 homes games in 2008.

Houston posted a 20-5 record in her first season in addition to an undefeated record at

home. The last time the program reached those feats was during the 1989-90 season.

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Before returning to her alma mater, Keene was the head coach for both the varsity and

junior varsity tennis teams at the Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart in Houston.

She coached the team to the 2005 Division 6A District III singles, doubles and team

championships. She also succeeded in taking four players to the Texas State Championships

over the 2004 and 2005 seasons.

Keene was also a graphic analyst for the BBC working directly with producers during

the Wimbledon Championships in 2004 and 2005.

As a player, Keene was a member of the Cougar tennis team from 2000-2002 after

playing two seasons at McNeese State.

She compiled a 25-7 mark over two seasons as a Cougar, including an 8-0 career record

in Conference USA action and was a C-USA Third Team selection in 2002. She was also

named team MvP in her senior season.

Keene ranks 10th on the single-season winning percentage list. She recorded a .781

percent in the 2001-02 season.

“I am a proud former Cougar student-athlete,” Keene said. “I strive to inspire the same

pride in our current team and encourage them to make the absolute most of their

college experience.”

Keene, a native of England, graduated from Houston in 2003 with a bachelor of arts

in sociology.


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Giorgia Pozzan .........................................9

Laura Ring .............................................10

Bryony Hunter .......................................11

Maja Kazimieruk ....................................12

Celia Fraser ............................................13

Jo Garvey ...............................................14

Dionne Sanders ......................................15

Liselot Koenen/Charlotte Phillips ............16


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RETURNING PLAYERS

JUNiOR (2010-11)

Led the Cougars with 32 combined wins in dual play in her first season at Houston...

paced Houston with a 17-6 singles record at the top three positions... went 7-3 at

the No. 2 spot and 10-2 at the No. 3 position... tallied a 3-1 record in regular-season

C-USA play... topped Jessica Jackson of Rice in three sets (1-6, 6-0, 6-2) on Feb. 5...

put Houston on the board in a thrilling come-from-behind victory over UTEP with a

straight-sets win over Carolina DeLuca to cap off six-match winning streak... reeled

off another seven-consecutive wins from March 12 to April 9, all coming in straight

sets... routed Louisville’s Kaysara Mandry in home finale on April 16... posted one

of only two UH singles wins in the C-USA Championship, topping Tulane’s Lindsay

Dvorak by a score of 6-2, 6-2... compiled a 15-7 doubles mark at the top two positions

in dual play... teamed up with Bryony Hunter to go 5-2 at the top spot, while posting

an 8-3 record with Celia Fraser at the top position... competed in all four tournaments

during the fall, leading the Cougars with a combined record of 20-5... went 10-3 in

singles play... kicked off the season with four straight-set victories to reach the singles

finals at the Islander open before the title match was cancelled... won first two

singles matches at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional before falling to No. 15 Aeriel Ellis of

Texas in the round of 32... claimed wins over Isabelle Jonsson of UTSA and Ioana Teu

of Arkansas State to reach the singles flight finals at the Cougar Fall Draw... compiled

a 10-2 record in doubles play with two partners... went 6-2 with Hunter... Cougar duo

claimed doubles title at Islander open with three victories... earned second doubles

title of the season with partner Joanna Kacprzyk at the Cougar Fall Draw... the Houston

pair went a perfect 4-0 en route to the championship... finished the 2010-11

season with a combined singles and doubles record of 52-18.

BEFORE HOUSTON

Spent two seasons at Sam Houston State... compiled a dual singles record of 29-16 at

the top two positions... tallied a 12-7 mark during the 2010 season, including a 9-5

record at the top spot... rolled up a 17-9 overall singles mark as a true freshman in

2009 ... went 13-6 in dual match play at number two singles ... totaled a 20-17 record

in doubles over two seasons.

HiGH SCHOOL

Graduated from Istituto Gonzaga in Milan, Italy.

giorgia poZZan

5-9 • Senior - 1L

Lacchiarella, italy

Sam Houston State

Right-Handed

PERSONAL

Born on June 4, 1989, in Milan, Italy... daughter of Marco Pozzan and Antonella

Bossoni... majoring in sociology at Houston... enjoys reading and playing soccer in

her spare time.

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poZZan’s Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2010-11 0-1 7-3 10-2 - - - 10-3 17-6 27-9

2011-12 - - - - - - 7-2 - 7-2

Career 0-1 7-3 10-2 - - - 17-5 17-6 34-11

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2010-11 13-5 2-2 - 10-2 15-7 25-9

2011-12 - - - 9-5 - 9-5

Career 13-5 2-2 - 19-7 15-7 34-14


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laUra ring

5-3 • Senior - 2L

Friendswood, Texas

Texas Tech

Right-Handed

JUNiOR (2009-10)

Recorded another stellar season in double play, posting an overall mark of 11-4 during

the spring season... went 5-2 overall with partner Elena Kazakova, including a 4-1

mark at the No. 2 position... claimed wins in six of the final seven doubles matches of

the season... made a five-win improvement in singles play from the previous season,

going 8-9 at the No. 2-No. 5 positions... found success at the No. 4 and No. 5 spots

with a combined 6-3 mark... reeled off four-straight wins, all coming in straight sets,

against opponents from UALR, Concordia, Cal State Fullerton and Colorado State.

SOPHOMORE (2008-09)

Made her Houston debut against Portland State in the No. 4 position to win 6-4, 6-1

and teamed with Lucy Forward in an 8-3 win (Jan. 23)... moved up to the No. 3 spot

to defeat Stephen F. Austin 6-4, 6-3 (Jan. 31)... paired with Jordan McCombs to defeat

Montana State 8-1 in the No. 3 spot (Feb. 5)... moved up with McCombs to the No. 2

spot to defeat conference rivals Southern Miss 9-7 (Feb. 15) and Tulane 8-5 (Feb. 20)

and defeated Memphis 8-1 with Lucy Forward in the No. 2 position (Feb. 22)... moved

up to the No. 1 spot with Forward to defeat Utah State 8-5 (March 18) and Texas-Pan

American 8-3 (March 28)... defeated Prairie view A&M in the No. 3 singles spot 6-0,

6-2 (April 10).

BEFORE HOUSTON

Attended Texas Tech where she was coached by Cari Groce.

HiGH SCHOOL

Graduated from The Pendleton School in Bradenton, Fla., in 2007...coached by Mauricio

Hadad.

PERSONAL

Born Aug. 4, 1989, in Houston, Texas... full name is Laura Elizabeth Ring... daughter

of William and Nannette Ring... biggest influences in her life are her parents because

they gave her confidence to push herself to become better at anything she pursued...

hobbies include surfing, horseback riding and jet skiing... majoring in consumer sciences

and merchandising.

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singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2008-09 0-2 0-5 2-0 1-0 - - - 3-7 3-7

2009-10 - 2-4 0-2 3-2 3-1 - - 8-9 8-9

2011-12 - - - - - - - - -

Career 0-2 2-9 2-2 4-2 3-1 - - 11-16 11-16

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2008-09 4-1 7-2 2-1 - 13-4 13-4

2009-10 2-1 6-3 3-0 - 11-4 11-4

2011-12 - - - - - -

Career 6-2 13-5 5-1 - 24-8 24-8

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Honors at HoUston

third-team all-conference uSa (2010)

bryony HUnter

5-10 • Junior - 2L

Harlow, U.K.

Rivington & Blackrod HS

Right-Handed

sopHomore (2010-11)

Compiled a 12-5 singles record in dual play at the top three positions... won five of

seven matches at the top singles position... went 4-5 during the first nine matches

while battling injuries, and finished the season on an eight-match winning streak...

six of eight final wins came in straight sets... rallied back from a 6-1 loss in the first set

to overtake Southern Miss’ vroni van Berlo in the Cougar’s 5-2 win on April 3... tallied

a 6-2, 6-3 rout of Tulane’s Emma Levy in the C-USA Championship... posted a 13-8

doubles record in dual play at all three positions... teamed up with Giorgia Pozzan

for a 5-2 mark at the top spot... competed in the first three tournaments of the fall

season, compiling a singles record of 5-3 and a doubles mark of 6-2 with Pozzan...

kicked off the season with three straight-set victories to reach the singles finals at

the Islander open before the title match was cancelled... won first two matches at

the USTA/ITA Texas Regional to advance to the singles round of 32... teamed up with

Pozzan to claim doubles title at the Islander open... won three consecutive matches,

including 8-6 title victory over Rice duo of Anicete and Shankar... won opening contests

at Rice Invitational and USTA/ITA Texas Regional... finished the 2010-11 season

with a combined singles and doubles record of 36-18.

sopHomore (fall 2010)

Competed in the first three tournaments of the season, compiling a singles record of

5-3 and a doubles mark of 6-2 with partner Giorgia Pozzan... kicked off the season

with three straight-set victories to reach the singles finals at the Islander open before

the title match was cancelled... won first two matches at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional

to advance to the singles round of 32... teamed up with Pozzan to claim doubles title

at the Islander open... won three consecutive matches, including 8-6 title victory

over Rice duo of Anicete and Shankar... won opening contests at Rice Invitational and

USTA/ITA Texas Regional.

fresHman (2009-10)

Earned Third-Team All- Conference USA singles honors after leading the Cougars at

the top singles position... posted a 13-6 mark in dual play, including a 12-6 record at

the No. 1 spot... won nine of last 12 matches to close out the regular season... went

6-11 overall in doubles action, including a 6-6 mark at the top position... recorded a

2-2 mark at the No. 1 spot with Elena Kazakova, while going 2-1 at the top position

with Joanna Kacprzyk.

HigH sCHool

Graduated from Rivington & Blackrod High School... coached by Andy Watt.

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HUnter’s Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2009-10 13-6 1-0 - - - - 2-3 13-6 15-9

2010-11 5-2 5-2 0-1 - - - 5-3 12-5 17-8

2011-12 - - - - - - 1-1 - 1-1

CAREER 18-8 6-2 0-1 - - - 8-7 25-11 33-18

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2009-10 6-6 0-4 0-1 0-3 6-11 6-14

2010-11 7-5 4-3 2-0 6-2 13-8 19-10

2011-12 - - - 9-5 - 9-5

CAREER 13-11 4-7 2-1 15-10 19-19 34-29

personal

Born Dec. 12, 1990, Brentwood, Essex... full name is Bryony Elizabeth Hunter...

daughter of Howard and Debbie Hunter... biggest influences in her life are family,

friends, and coaches who have always encouraged her to be the best of her ability...

hobbies include spending time with friends, listening to music and reading Harry

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SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Posted a 16-6 record at the No. 2 through No. 6 singles positions in dual play... played

primarily at the No. 4 and No. 5 spots, compiling a record of 12-4... all 16 wins came

in straight sets... rode a seven-match winning streak from Feb. 6 to March 7... tallied a

6-0, 6-4 defeat of UTEP’s Marie LeBlond in Houston’s thrilling 4-3 victory on Feb. 13...

notched the lone singles victory for the Cougars against Northwestern State, routing

Kathrin Lange, 6-0, 6-1... blanked Louisville’s Gabrielle Duncan in home finale on

April 16... recorded an 8-11 mark in doubles play during the spring at the No. 2 and

No. 3 positions... played primarily with Joanna Kacprzyk, going 5-10... teamed up

with Kacprzyk to knock off No. 3 Baylor’s duo of Stainback/Bara in the season opener...

competed in all four tournaments in the fall, ranking second on the team with 15

combined victories... posted a 9-3 mark in singles play... claimed singles flight title

at the Rice Invitational with straight-set wins over Conference USA opponents Marie

LeBlond (UTEP), Katie Cecil (Tulane) and Alex Rasch (Rice)... won three matches at

the Cougar Fall Draw to reach the flight title match... posted an overall doubles record

of 6-5 with two partners... teamed up with Jo Garvey for a 4-2 record... won two

matches to reach doubles flight finals with Garvey at the Rice Invitational... reached

the doubles semifinals with Garvey at the Cougar Fall Draw... also teamed up with

Joanna Kacprzyk, compiling a 2-3 record... finished the 2010-11 season with a combined

singles and doubles record of 39-25.

FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Reached the double-digit wins mark in singles play in her first season with a 10-8

overall record... notched a 4-4 record at the No. 4 position, while going 6-4 at the No.

5 spot... won all 10 singles matches in straight sets... tallied a 7-8 record in doubles

play at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions... teamed up with Laura Ring for a 3-1 mark,

while going 4-4 with Joanna Kacprzyk.

HiGH SCHOOL

Graduated from Sports High School in 2009.

maJa kaZimierUk

5-6 • Junior - 2L

Poznan, Poland

Sports HS

Right-Handed

PERSONAL

Born on Sept. 17, 1990, Poznan, Poland... daughter of Dariusz Kazimieruk... biggest

influence in her life is her father, because he showed her that only hard work leads

to success when he used to be a volleyball player... hobbies include swimming and

sailing... intends to major in psychology.

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kaZimierUk’s Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2009-10 - - - 4-4 6-4 - 2-1 10-8 12-9

2010-11 - 0-1 3-0 7-2 5-2 0-1 9-3 15-6 24-9

2011-12 - - - - - - 7-6 - 7-6

CAREER - 0-1 3-0 11-6 11-6 0-1 18-10 25-14 43-24

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2009-10 - 4-4 3-4 1-2 7-8 8-10

2010-11 - 1-5 7-6 6-5 8-11 14-16

2011-12 - - - 2-7 - 2-7

CAREER - 5-9 10-10 9-14 15-19 24-33

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Celia fraser

5-11 • Sophomore - 1L

Birmingham, U.K.

King Edward Camp Hill HS

Right-Handed

FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Posted a 10-6 singles mark in dual play at the top two positions, including an 8-5

mark at the top spot... went 2-1 in C-USA play... claimed first collegiate dual match

victory over Sam Houston State’s Imke Jagua on Feb. 6... knocked off UTEP’s Martina

Trierweller in a three-set thriller to clinch Houston’s 4-3 victory over the Miners... also

clinched the match for Houston with a three-set victory over Southern Miss’ Stephanie

Dellocono on April 3... recorded a 10-7 mark in doubles play at all three positions,

including a 9-3 record at the top position... teamed up with Giorgia Pozzan to go 8-3

at the top spot... won eight of last 11 doubles matches... competed in only one tournament,

the Cougar Fall Draw, to close out the fall season... went 2-2 in singles play...

recorded first collegiate victory with 6-1, 6-3 rout of Sheridan Currie of Sam Houston

State... followed up with 4-6, 6-1, 10-4 victory over Southeastern Louisiana’s Audrey

Chelini to advance to the singles consolation finals... went 0-2 in doubles play with

Elena Kazakova... finished the 2010-11 season with a combined singles and doubles

record of 22-17.

HiGH SCHOOL

Attended King Edward Camp Hill in Birmingham, U.K... reached top-12 U16 ranking

in U.K... claimed title of Warwick British Tour in 2010... advanced to quarterfinals of

Scotland ITF event in 2007 and 2008... also participated in field hockey and netball...

selected as team captain in both tennis and field hockey... school’s netball team

ranked fourth in the country... selected as a young ambassador for the 2010 London

olympic Games.

PERSONAL

Born on May 9, 1992, in Coventry, U.K... full name is Celia D.D. Fraser... daughter

of Clive and Melrose Fraser... chose Houston because of the ambitious coaches and

strong program... also recruited by Purdue, Richmond and South Dakota... enjoys

playing and listening to music, competing and watching sports in her spare time.

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fraser’s Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2010-11 8-5 2-1 - - - - 2-2 10-6 12-8

2011-12 - - - - - - 4-4 - 4-4

Career 8-5 2-1 - - - - 6-6 - 16-12

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2010-11 9-3 0-2 1-2 0-2 10-7 10-9

2011-12 - - - 2-5 - 2-5

CAREER - - - 2-7 - 12-14


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Jo garvey

5-7 • Sophomore - HS

Saitburn by the Sea, U.K.

Huntcliff Secondary School

Right-Handed

FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Posted a 6-5 singles mark in dual play in her first season as a Cougar... played primarily

at the No. 6 position, recording a 4-3 mark... scored first collegiate dual match

victory with a straight-sets shutout of Centenary’s Caitlin orschel on Jan. 28... tallied

wins in Houston road victories over Grambling State, UMKC and IUPUI... compiled a

3-5 doubles record in dual play at all three positions... competed in three tournaments

in the fall, compiling a singles record of 3-5 and a doubles mark of 5-5 with

three partners... earned first collegiate victory at the Rice Invitational on oct. 10, defeating

Leah Smith of Lee College by a score of 7-6(4), 4-6, 10-6... advanced to the

singles semifinals of the Cougar Fall Draw... cruised past Katie ottenbreit of UTSA by

a score of 6-0, 6-1... followed up with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over UTPA’s Dana Nazarova...

notched a doubles record of 4-2 with Maja Kazimieruk... reached the doubles semifinals

of the Cougar Fall Draw with Kazimieruk, posting victories over duos from UTPA

and Lee College... finished the 2010-11 season with a combined singles and doubles

record of 17-20.

HiGH SCHOOL

Attended Huntcliff Secondary School in Saitburn, U.K... played primarily at the No.

2 singles position... club team, Tennis World, reached the finals of National League

in 2009 and 2010, where the top eight teams in the county advance... also played

soccer and cricket.

PERSONAL

Born March 6, 1992, in Durham, England... full name is Josephine Rose Garvey...

daughter of Jon and Sue Garvey... enjoys listening to music and playing soccer in her

spare time.

garvey’s Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2010-11 - - 1-0 0-1 1-1 4-3 3-5 6-5 9-10

2011-12 - - - - - - 5-6 - 5-6

Career - - - - - - 8-11 - 14-16

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2010-11 0-2 2-1 1-2 4-4 3-5 7-9

2011-12 - - - 6-7 - 6-7

Career 0-2 2-1 1-2 10-11 3-5 13-16

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dionne sanders

5-7 • Sophomore - 1L

Stourbridge, U.K.

The Kingswinford School

Right-Handed

FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Posted a 13-7 singles record in dual play at all six positions in her first season at Houston...

went 11-2 at the bottom three positions... claimed first collegiate dual match

victory with a 6-0, 6-0 shutout of Centenary’s Holly Clark on Jan. 28... overcame 2-6

record in first eight matches to close regular season with 11-consecutive victories...

nine wins came in straight sets during streak... topped victoria Khanevskaya of Kansas

by a score of 6-4, 6-3 in narrow UH loss... routed Southern Miss’ Shannon Rogers

by a score of 6-2, 6-4 at the No. 6 position on April 3... recorded lone UH singles

win against No. 36 SMU, downing Kris Roberts by a score of 6-2, 6-0... ran winning

streak to 11 with a 6-2, 6-2 defeat of Louisville’s Sonia Bokhari in the home finale

on April 16... posted an 8-9 record in doubles play at all three positions during the

spring... teamed up with Bryony Hunter to go 5-4, while posting a 2-2 record with

fellow freshman Jo Garvey... won five consecutive matches with Hunter... competed

in three tournaments during the fall, compiling a singles record of 2-6 and a doubles

mark of 1-6... claimed first collegiate victory at the Cougar Fall Draw against UTSA’s

Katie ottenbreit (6-0, 6-1)... followed up with 6-4, 7-5 victory over Dana Nazarova

of UTPA to advance to the semifinals... posted lone doubles win with partner varsha

Shiva-Shankar of Rice at the Cougar Fall Draw... finished the 2010-11 season with a

combined singles and doubles record of 24-28.

HiGH SCHOOL

Attended The Kingswinford School in Wolverhampton, U.K... reached an ITF ranking

of No. 759 in Jan. 2009... earned a top-18 U16 ranking in U.K... claimed three titles at

Indoor Series Regional events... advanced to the Grand Prix finals at the La Manga.

PERSONAL

Born on oct. 1, 1992, in Wordsley, U.K... daughter of Alan and Sharon Sanders...

enjoys hanging out with friends and family, listening to music and shopping in her

spare time.

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sanders’ Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2010-11 0-2 2-0 0-3 3-1 3-0 5-1 2-6 13-7 15-13

2011-12 - - - - - - 4-5 - 4-5

Career 0-2 2-0 0-3 3-1 3-0 5-1 6-11 13-7 19-18

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2010-11 0-1 4-7 4-1 0-5 8-9 8-14

2011-12 - - - 2-3 - 2-3

Career 0-1 4-7 4-1 2-8 8-9 10-17


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NEWCOMERS

liselot koenen

5-9 • Freshman - HS

St. Charles, ill.

St. Charles North HS

Right-Handed

HiGH SCHOOL

Four-year starter as the top singles player at St. Charles North High School in St.

Charles, Ill... reached the state tournament all four seasons... named the Kane County

Chronicle’s Girl’s Tennis Player of the Year as a senior... reached a national ranking as

high as No. 175 in 2009 and was tabbed a four-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net.

koenen’s Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2011-12 - - - - - - 9-5 - 9-5

Career - - - - - - 9-5 - 9-5

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2011-12 - - - 4-5 - 4-5

Career - - - 4-5 - 4-5

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CHarlotte pHillips

5-4 • Freshman - HS

Nottinghamshire, U.K.

Right-Handed

HiGH SCHOOL

Claimed county championships in U12, U14 and U16 in singles and doubles play,

while competing in the British Nationals for five-straight years... also took part in

ETA and ITF European events in England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Malta, Turkey and

Spain... reached as high as No. 5 in the U18 rankings and earned a national senior

ranking of No. 37.

pHillips’ Career statistiCs

singles:

year #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 fall spring overall

2011-12 - - - - - - 10-5 - 10-5

Career - - - - - - 10-5 - 10-5

doUbles:

year #1 #2 #3 fall spring overall

2011-12 - - - 2-7 - 2-7

CAREER - - - 2-7 - 2-7

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History & reCords

2010-11 Season Recap ............................18

Record Book/Honors ...............................19

NCAA Championships/All-Time Roster .....20

Coaching Results ....................................21

Year-by-Year Results ..........................22-25


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2010-11 SEASON RECAP

deatH, taxes & winning seasons for UH tennis

The Cougars posted a 16-8 record in 2011 for their seventh-straight winning

season under head coach John Severance and ninth consecutive overall.

Houston started the 2011 campaign by splitting the first four matches with

wins against Centenary and Grambling State and losses to No. 3 Baylor and

No. 48 Rice.

After stretching the record to 6-2 with wins over Sam Houston State, UTPA,

Texas State and UTEP, the Cougars battled injuries and endured a tough road

trip, going 1-4 against Louisiana-Monroe, Northwestern State, UMKC, Kansas

State and Kansas.

once back to full health, the Cougars wrapped up the regular season on a tear,

defeating Louisville in the home finale for nine wins in the final 10 matches by

a combined score of 56-10.

The Cougars faced a tough matchup in the opening round of the Conference USA

Championship, falling to No. 8 seed Tulane by a score of 4-2 to end the season.

severanCe earns Career win no. 100

Houston head coach John Severance notched his 100th career win in the Cougars’

5-2 triumph over Texas State on Feb. 12, 2011 at John E. Hoff Courts.

Severance hit another big milestone the previous season, becoming the alltime

winningest head coach in Houston history with his 85th-career win in the

season-opening victory over Sam Houston State on Feb. 13, 2010.

Severance concluded the 2011 season with an overall record of 111-55 (.669),

including a 64-16 (.800) career mark at home. Severance is also ranked second

in Houston history with his winning percentage of .669.

Severance turned in his seventh-consecutive winning season in 2011, marking

a winning record in every year as head coach at UH.

Home sweet Home

The Cougars backed the belief about home field advantage in 2011, going 9-2

at John E. Hoff Courts.

In six seasons under head coach John Severance, the Cougars have gone a stellar

64-16 (.800) at home, which is the most home victories for a Houston coach.

sHUtoUt viCtories

The Cougars enjoyed six shutout victories in 2011. The first two came in backto-back

fashion, as Houston defeated Centenary and Grambling State on the

road in the second and third contests of the season.

After going 10 matches without a shutout, the Cougars blanked four opponents

(IUPUI, Wright State, UALR, Prairie view) in their final 10 matches. The Cougars

ended the 2011 regular season on a tear, going 9-1 and outscoring their opponents

by a 56-10 margin.

poZZan makes immediate impaCt

The Cougars received a huge shot in the arm prior to the start of the 2010-11

season, picking up junior Giorgia Pozzan who spent the first two years of

eligibility at Sam Houston State.

Pozzan wasted little time in making an instant impact, going a combined 68-25

in singles and doubles matches during the 2010-11 season.

Pozzan recorded a team-leading 17-6 mark in singles play primarily at the

No. 2 and No. 3 positions and won nine of her final 10 matches of the season.

The Lacchiarella, Italy, native also paced the squad in doubles play, earning a

15-7 record in dual matches, including a 13-5 mark at the top position. Pozzan

was 5-2 with Bryony Hunter and 8-3 when teaming up with Celia Fraser.

singles sUCCess

Despite a young lineup, the Cougars continued to find success in singles play as

all six regular starters posted at least 10 wins during the spring season.

Junior transfer Giorgia Pozzan led the way with a 17-6 mark primarily at the

No. 2 and No. 3 positions, while senior Joanna Kacprzyk tallied a 16-6 mark in

her final season at the bottom three positions.

Maja Kazimieruk enjoyed a stellar sophomore season, posting a 15-6 record

primarily at the No. 4 and No. 5 spots, while freshman Dionne Sanders followed

with a 13-7 mark at all six positions.

Bryony Hunter followed up her all-conference freshman season with a 12-5

record at the top three positions while freshman Celia Fraser earned a 10-6

mark at the No. 1 and No. 2 spots.

The six starters finished the regular season red hot, combining to win 43 of

the final 55 singles matches as the Cougars won nine of the last 10 contests.

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History & reCords

RECORD BOOK/ALL-TIME HONORS

single-season winning perCentage (singles)

rank player season pct.

1. Kami Miller 2004-05 .854

2. Sarah Borwell 2001-02 .842

3. Kathy Foxworth 1986-87 .827

4. Margaret Redfearn 1983-84 .804

5. Kami Miller 2005-06 .800

6. Margaret Redfearn 1981-82 .796

7. Caroline Bhaguandas 1989-90 .795

8 . Karen Hausman 1979-80 .791

9. Susanne Andersson 1996-97 .784

10. Jo Keene 2001-02 .781

single-season wins (singles)

rank player seasons record

1. Kathy Foxworth 1986-87 43-9

2. Margaret Redfearn 1984-85 42-12

3. Margaret Redfearn 1981-82 39-10

4. Kathy Foxworth 1985-86 37-12

4 . Margaret Redfearn 1983-84 37-9

6. Hee Baek 1984-85 35-15

6. Stina Almgren 1985-86 35-12

6. Kami Miller 2004-05 35-6

9. Hee Baek 1985-86 33-11

9. Luciane Kelbert 1996-97 33-10

Career winning perCentage (singles)

rank player seasons pct.

1. Margaret Redfearn 1982-85 .823

2. Kathy Foxworth 1985-88 .775

3. Giorgia Pozzan 2010- .756

4. Luciane Kelbert 1995-99 .724

5. Kami Miller 2003-06 .723

6. Joy Tacon 1980-83 .710

7. Susanne Andersson 1994-98 .701

8. Sarah Borwell 1998-02 .699

9. Hee Baek 1983-86 .675

10. Cathy Tyrell 1982-84 .597

player awards

nCaa all-american - singles season

Margaret Redfearn 1984

Kathy Foxworth 1987

nCaa all-american - doubles season

Margaret Redfearn/Kathy Foxworth 1985

Kathy Foxworth and Stina Almgren 1987

C-Usa player of the year season

Sarah Borwell 2002

C-Usa Coach of the year season

Stina Mosvold 1998

C-Usa newcomer of the year season

Leila Salek 2007

C-Usa - first team all-Conference season

Susanne Andersson 1997

Luciane Kelbert 1997

Susanne Andersson 1998

Galina Seliounina 1999

Sarah Borwell 2001

Sarah Borwell 2002

Miranda Foley 2003

Miranda Foley 2004

Brianna Bateup 2006

Leila Salek 2007

Career wins (singles)

rank player seasons record

1. Margaret Redfearn 1982-85 153-33

2. Sarah Borwell 1998-02 130-56

3. Kathy Foxworth 1985-88 117-34

4. Hee Baek 1983-86 102-49

5. Luciane Kelbert 1995-99 99-39

6. Susanne Andersson 1994-98 96-41

7. Kami Miller 2003-06 94-36

8. vicky Simpson 2006-09 93-38

Joy Tacon 1980-83 93-38

10. Jen Baccarani 1999-02 82-56

single-season winning perCentage (doUbles)

rank players seasons pct.

1. Kami Miller/Yolandi Terblanche 2005-06 .947

2. Sarah Bolle/Jane Brown 1996-97 .900

3. Kathy Foxworth/vicki White 1986-87 .857

4. Cindy Crawford/Cynthia Sanchez 1989-90 .853

5. Kathy Foxworth/Stina Almgren 1985-86 .851

6. Margaret Redfearn/Kathy Foxworth 1984-85 .846

7. Galina Seliounina/Mette Sigmundstad 1999-00 .821

8. Kami Miller/Diana Martin 2004-05 .806

9. Kristen Samuelson/Cecilia Piedrahita 1990-91 .800

10. Sarah Borwell/Galina Seliounina 1998-99 .788

10. Margaret Redfearn/Joy Tacon 1983-84 .788

single-season wins (doUbles)

rank players seasons record

1. Stina Almgren/Kathy Foxworth 1985-86 40-7

2. Kathy Foxworth/Margaret Redfearn 1984-85 33-6

3. Hee Baek/Fran Ind 1984-85 29-12

3. Cindy Crawford/Cynthia Sanchez 1989-90 29-5

5. Julie Cass/Jenny Mainz 1989-90 27-8

6. Julie Cass/Jenny Mainz 1990-91 26-9

6 . Galina Seliounina/Sarah Borwell 1998-99 26-7

6 . Margaret Redfearn/Joy Tacon 1983-84 26-7

9 . Kami Miller/Diana Martin 2004-05 25-6

10. Gina Seliouning/Mette Sigmundstad 1999-00 23-5

C-Usa - second team all-Conference season

Luciane Kelbert 1998

Galina Seliounina 1998

Sara Borwell 1999

Jen Baccarani 2002

Biljana Dimovska 2005

Kami Miller 2006

Leila Salek 2008

C-Usa - third team all-Conference season

Mette Sigmundstad 1998

Luciane Kelbert 1999

Galina Seliounina 2000

Jo Keene 2002

Analia Longoni 2003

Biljana Dimovska 2004

Kami Miller 2005

Joanna Kacprzyk 2009

Bryony Hunter 2010

swC player of the year season

Margaret Redearn 1983

swC Champions - singles season

Margaret Redfearn 1983

Hee Baek 1985

Hee Baek 1986

Candy Diepraam 1988

Catherine Bromfield 1991

swC Champions - doubles season

Margaret Redfearn and Joy Tacon 1983

Cindy Crawford and Cynthia Sanchea 1990

Caroline Chaguandas and Patricia Riddell 1990

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Career winning perCentage (doUbles)

rank players seasons record

1. Jane Brown/Sarah Bolle 1996-98 .875

2. Kathy Foxworth/Stina Almgren 1985-88 .859

3. Cindy Crawford/Cynthia Sanchez 1988-90 .849

4. Margaret Redfearn/Kathy Foxworth 1984-85 .846

5. Galina Seliounina/Mette Sigmundstad 1999-00 .821

6. Kami Miller/Diana Martin 2003-05 .813

7. Sarah Borwell/Galina Seliounina 1998-99 .788

8. Margaret Redfearn/Joy Tacon 1982-84 .783

9. Julie Cass/Jenny Mainz 1989-90 .757

10. Bryony Hunter/Giorgia Pozzan 2010- .690

Career wins (doUbles)

rank players seasons record

1. Kathy Foxworth/Stina Almgren 1985-88 67-11

2. Hee Baek/Fran Ind 1983-86 66-38

3. Julie Cass/Jenny Mainz 1989-90 53-17

4. Margaret Redfearn/Joy Tacon 1982-84 47-13

5. Cindy Crawford/Cynthia Sanchez 1988-90 45-8

6. Margaret Redfearn/Kathy Foxworth 1984-85 33-6

7. Jane Brown/Sarah Bolle 1996-98 28-4

8. Sarah Borwell/Galina Seliounina 1998-99 26-7

8. Kami Miller/Diana Martin 2003-05 26-6

10. Galina Seliounina/Mette Sigmundstad 1999-00 23-5

player of the week date

Susanne Anderson April 1, 1997

Luciane Kelbert Feb. 10, 1998

Jen Baccarani March 12, 2002

Sarah Borwell Feb. 12, 2002

Miranda Foley Jan. 28, 2003

Ani Longoni Feb. 11, 2003

Karine Urbin March 10, 2003

Miranda Foley April 9, 2003

Biljana Dimovska Feb. 10, 2004

Kami Miller oct. 2004

Biljana Dimovska Feb. 9, 2005

Loli Gomez Jan. 31, 2006

vicky Simpson Feb. 7, 2006

Kami Miller April 11, 2006

Joanna Kacprzyk March 24, 2009

aCademiC awards

ita scholar athletes (3.5+ gpa) season

Sarah Flood 2003

Kami Miller 2004

Miranda Foley 2004

Kami Miller 2005

Kami Miller 2006

Yolandi Terblanche 2006

Neila Starratt 2007

Neila Starratt 2008

Lynley Wasson 2009

Cosida all-academic district vi season

Kami Miller (Second Team) 2006

ITA Academic All-American Team 2003, 2004


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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS/ALL-TIME ROSTER

nCaa singles History

season player opponent result record

1982 Margaret Redfearn Randy Rosen (Northwestern) W (4-6, 6-3, 7-5) 1-0

1982 Margaret Redfearn Shelly Solomon (UCLA) L (6-0, 6-0) 1-1

1983 Margaret Redfearn Stephanie Lightvoet (Michigan) L (5-7, 6-0, 6-4) 1-2

1984 Margaret Redfearn Jill Hetherington (Florida) W (3-6, 7-6, 6-3) 2-2

1984 Margaret Redfearn Patty Fendick (Stanford) W (6-4, 1-6, 6-0) 3-2

1984 Margaret Redfearn Liz Minter (UCLA) L (6-4, 6-4) 3-3

1985 Margaret Redfearn Heather Ettus (California) L (7-5, 6-3) 3-4

1985 Hee Baek Linda Gates (Stanford) L (6-4, 6-4) 3-5

1986 Stina Almgren Debbie Daniel (Trenton State) W (6-4, 6-3) 4-5

1986 Stina Almgren Heather Ettus (California) L (6-3, 7-5) 4-6

1987 Kathy Foxworth Joni Urban (UCLA) W (5-7, 6-3, 7-5) 5-6

1987 Kathy Foxworth Jane Holdren (Trinity) W (7-6, 3-6, 7-6) 6-6

1987 Kathy Foxworth Shaun Stafford (Florida) L (6-7, 6-3, 6-3) 6-7

1988 Kathy Foxworth Jennifer Rojohn (Arizona State) L (6-2, 5-7, 7-6) 6-8

1999 Galina Seliounina Maria Pavlidou (Arkansas) L (6-4, 6-0) 6-9

2000 Sarah Borwell Anna Monhartova (Tulane) L (6-2, 6-7, 6-2) 6-10

2002 Sarah Borwell victoria Stolakasova (South Alabama) W (6-2, 6-1) 7-10

2002 Sarah Borwell vilmarie Castavelli (Tennessee) L (6-4, 6-1) 7-11

nCaa doUbles History

season players opponent result record

1982 Redfearn/Sasser Denton/Steyn (Alabama) L (7-6, 6-2) 0-1

1983 Redfearn/Tacon Kaplan/McGuire (Florida State) L (7-6, 5-7, 6-4) 0-2

1985 Foxworth/Redfearn Grummel/Stavides (California) W (6-0, 6-3) 1-2

1985 Foxworth/Redfearn Riach/Richman (Miami, Fla.) L (7-5, 4-6, 6-2) 1-3

1986 Almgren/Foxworth Baranski/Lamb (oklahoma State) W (7-6, 6-3) 2-3

1986 Almgren/Foxworth Adams/Donnelly (Northwestern) L (6-1, 6-3) 2-4

1987 Foxworth/White McCutcheon/Mulvihill (Indiana) L (6-2, 6-1) 2-5

1988 Almgren/Foxworth Bland/Henikoff (Harvard) W (6-3, 6-3) 3-5

1988 Almgren/Foxworth Cioffi/Goodrich (Florida) L (7-6, 6-7, 6-3) 3-6

1988 Cass/Mainz Kovacevich/Porter (Pepperdine) L (4-6, 6-4, 6-3) 3-7

1999 Borwell/Seliounina Basica/Cooper (UCLA) L (6-4, 6-2) 3-8

nCaa team History

season opponent result record

1998 Texas A&M W (8-1) 1-0

1998 Arkansas L (5-0) 1-1

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Hee baek

aaa

Evonne Allerkamp 1992-93

Stina Almgren 1986-88

Susanne Andersson 1994-98

bbb

Jennifer Baccarani 2000-02

Hee Baek 1983-86

Mira Balakrishnan 1989

Gloria Balil 1991-92

Amanda Barnett 1992-95

Brianna Bateup 2005-06

Caroline Bhaguandas 1989-90

Sandra Blajer 2003-04

Sarah Bolle 1995-99

Sarah Borwell 1999-02

Catherine Bromfield 1991-94

Jane Brown 1996-98

Brenda Burgess 1982-83

CCC

Julie Cass 1990-91

Claire Compagnie 1978

Cindy Crawford 1989-90

Lisa Crowder 1977

Joanna Cunliffe 1997-00

ddd

Karen Dasprez 1992-95

Candy Diepraam 1987-88

Biljana Dimovska 2004-05

Beth Disel 1988

Anna Djananova 2007

eee

Liz Escobar 1992-93

Molly Esterl 1979-82

fff

Sarah Flood 2000-03

Miranda Foley 2003-04

Lucy Forward 2008-09

Kathy Foxworth 1985-88

Michelle Franken 1988

Rebecca Franzi 2007

Celia Fraser 2010-

ggg

Becki Garcia 1995-96

Jo Garvey 2010-

Elena Garza 1983

Kim Gensler 1982-83

Heather Gibson 1996-97

Linda Gillner 1994-96

Izabella Glinska 2008

Becky Grissom 1978

Loli Gomez 2006-07

Sasha Gumbs 2005

JUlie Cass

HHH

Denise Hall 1979-81

Karen Hausman 1977-80

Brenda Heiman 1984

Rachel Hostutler 1985

Laura Hudson 1988

Bryony Hunter 2010-

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Fran Ind 1984-87

JJJ

Mahmuda Jafarey 1984-85

kkk

Joanna Kacprzyk 2008-11

Elena Kazakova 2009-11

Maja Kazimieruk 2009-

Jo Keene 2000-02

Kathy Kelly 1984-85

Luciane Kelbert 1995-99

Christine Kim 1985

Liselot Koenen 2011-

Kendall Kohlleffel 1992

lll

Annabelle Landa 1987

Rhonda Lewis 1978-81

Mary Lee Liberia 1983-86

Analia Longoni 2002-03

Karen Longshore 1978

mmm

Jenny Mainz 1988-91

Diana Martin 2004-05

Jordan McCombs 2008-09

D’ondra McGee 2006

Tiffany McLoughlin 2005-06

Mariam McLaughlin 1977

Kailey Meisinger 1998-02

Erin Miller 1998-00

Kami Miller 2003-06

Deborah Morgan 1979-80

nnn

Sonja Nikolic 2006-07

Lezlie Noble 1981

ppp

Nathalie Parchois 1991-92

Beth Paulin 1978

Kristen Paris 1993-97

Cathy Pesek 1977

Alexandra Pickerill 2009-10

Cecilia Piedrahita 1990-94

Charlotte Phillips 2011-

Giorgia Pozzan 2010-

Jenny mainZ

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Annie Rapp 1999-01

Hanaa Rhazi 2004

Margaret Redfearn 1982-85

Sarah Reimer 2005-06

Anke Reints 1998-99

Katherine Reth 1992

Patricia Riddell 1990-92

Kandace Ridgway 2002-03

Stacey Riley 1981-82

Laura Ring 2008-10, 2012-

sss

Leila Salek 2007-08

Dionne Sanders 2010-

Bridgette St. Hilaire 1987-90

Kristen Samuelson 1989-91

Caty Sanchez 1992-95

Cynthia Sanchez 1989-92

Mary Sasser 1980-82

vivian Scarbrough 1997-98

Sabrina Segal 1994-96

Galina Seliounina 1997-00

Laurie Silberman 1980

Mette Sigmundstad 1997-00

vicky Simpson 2006-09

Lisa Stamps 1977

Neila Starratt 2007-10

Julie Stone 1995-97

ttt

Joy Tacon 1982-84

Yolandi Terblanche 2003-05

Diane Thompson 1977

Cathy Tyrell 1982-84

UUU

Karine Urbin 2000-04

www

Ann Warmpler 1977

Lynley Wasson 2008-09

vicki White 1986-87

Susan Wiedower 1977

valerie Wilkins 1977-79

Stacey Wishnow 1986

yyy

Alix Young 2009

ZZZ

Melissa Zoelle 1978-81

History & reCords


History & reCords

COACHING RECORDS

JOHN SEvERANCE

EiGHTH SEASON

The University of Houston’s women’s tennis program began its

inaugural year under the direction of head coach Karen Linden

at the outset of the 1977-78 season.

In its first season of competition, Linden guided the Cougars

to a 7-7 record and followed up the following season with a

12-7 mark. Since then Houston has maintained the legacy that

Linden began with a 407-312-1 (.566) program record through

seven coaches, in 31 years of NCAA competition, and more than

600 dual matches.

At the end of the 1993 campaign, Cathy Beene stepped down

as the winningest head coach in UH history. Her record of 84-

67 topped Daryl Gralka’s (1979-84) 70-48-1 and Mary Nyholf

(1984-86) 41-16 marks.

Stina Almgren-Mosvold became head coach in 1993 after a

successful playing career as a Cougar that included an All-

American honor in 1987.

During her tenure, the Cougars qualified in back-to-back NCAA

Regionals and won the Conference USA Tournament title in

1998 – the first conference title in program history. Mosvold

also captured C-USA Coach of the Year accolades, another first

for Houston.

In 1999, Jennifer Hyde took the helm and guided the Cougars to

a trio of top five finishes at the C-USA Tournament (2001, 2003,

2004). Hyde also produced four All-Conference USA athletes who

garnered eight citations, including the first C-USA Player of the

Year for Houston in 2002 with Sarah Borwell.

Now celebrating its 35th season as a collegiate tennis program,

the Cougars are still strong competitors on the NCAA scene led

by John Severance.

In 2011, Severance finished the season with his seventh-consecutive

winning record. Severance earned his 100th career victory

with a win over Texas State on Feb. 12, 2011, after becoming the

winningest coach in UH history the previous season.

Severance enters the 2012 season with an overall record of

111-55 (.669), including a stellar 64-16 (.800) mark at home.

Severance is ranked second with his winning percentage of .669.

DARYL GRALKA

1979-84

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CATHY BEENE

1986-93

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STiNA MOSvOLD

1993-99

year-by-year CoaCHes’ resUlts

overall ConferenCe Home away neUtral

year CoaCH reC. pCt. reC. plaCe reCord reCord reCord

1977-78 Karen Linden 7-7 .500 — — 3-3 1-3 3-1

1978-79 Karen Linden 12-7 .632 — — 7-3 1-3 4-1

1979-80 Daryl Gralka 8-11-1 .425 — — 4-2-1 2-7 2-2

1980-81 Daryl Gralka 5-10 .333 — — 2-5 0-2 3-3

1981-82 Daryl Gralka 22-8 .733 — — 5-2 6-1 11-5

1982-83 Daryl Gralka 16-9 .640 5-3 3rd (*) 6-2 4-4 6-3

1983-84 Daryl Gralka 19-10 .655 4-4 4th (*) 9-2 5-4 5-4

1984-85 Mary Nyholm 22-10 .688 4-4 4th (*) 11-3 6-5 5-2

1985-86 Mary Nyholm 19-6 .760 5-3 5th (*) 10-2 5-3 4-1

1986-87 Cathy Beene 13-6 .684 5-3 4th (*) 8-3 3-2 2-1

1987-88 Cathy Beene 11-10 .524 4-4 5th (%) 5-5 3-3 3-2

1988-89 Cathy Beene 13-9 .591 3-5 T-6th (%) 8-3 4-4 1-2

1989-90 Cathy Beene 23-3 .885 7-1 2nd (%) 15-0 5-2 3-1

1990-91 Cathy Beene 12-9 .571 4-4 5th (%) 5-6 5-2 2-1

1991-92 Cathy Beene 4-16 .200 0-7 8th (%) 3-3 1-9 0-4

1992-93 Cathy Beene 8-14 .364 0-7 8th (%) 5-7 3-4 0-3

1993-94 Stina Mosvold 6-14 .300 1-6 T-6th (%) 6-6 0-4 0-4

1994-95 Stina Mosvold 5-16 .239 2-5 T-6th (%) 1-7 2-5 2-4

1995-96 Stina Mosvold 10-11 .476 3-4 5th (%) 8-2 2-6 0-3

1996-97 Stina Mosvold 19-6 (#) .760 2-0 3rd (^) 9-1 4-3 6-2

1997-98 Stina Mosvold 13-11 (#) .542 3-1 1st (^) 7-4 1-5 5-2

1998-99 Stina Mosvold 9-13 .409 1-1 4th (^) 5-6 1-3 3-4

1999-00 Jennifer Hyde 9-14 .391 0-3 7th (^) 6-4 2-5 1-5

2000-01 Jennifer Hyde 7-16 .304 1-1 5th (^) 4-5 0-9 3-2

2001-02 Jennifer Hyde 11-13 .324 3-2 T-7th (^) 6-6 3-5 2-2

2002-03 Jennifer Hyde 13-10 .565 1-2 4th (^) 10-3 1-5 2-2

2003-04 Jennifer Hyde 15-10 .714 2-1 3rd (^) 7-5 5-3 3-2

2004-05 John Severance 17-10 .630 0-1 4th (^) 12-2 2-6 3-2

2005-06 John Severance 20-5 .800 3-1 3rd (^) 13-0 5-4 2-1

2006-07 John Severance 13-9 .590 2-4 7th (^) 8-6 3-2 4-5

2007-08 John Severance 16-11 .653 0-3 5th (^) 10-2 6-6 0-3

2008-09 John Severance 18-4 .818 3-1 5th (^) 6-2 8-1 4-1

2009-10 John Severance 11-8 .579 0-1 9th (^) 6-2 3-4 2-2

2010-11 John Severance 16-8 .667 2-2 9th (^) 9-2 7-4 0-2

34 Years 7 Coaches 442-334-1 .570 70-84 ----- 239-116-1 109-138 96-84

(*) - Conference finish between 1983-1987 is determined by points accumulated in regular season and during SWCTournament; (%) - Conference

finish between 1988-1996 is determined by SWC Regular Season finish; (#) - Indicates NCAA Regional appearance;

(^) - Conference finish between 1997-2010 is determined by C-USA Tournament Finish.

CoaCHing History

Coach seasons w l t pct. Home away neutral

Karen Linden 2 19 14 0 .576 10-6 2-6 7-2

Daryl Gralka 5 70 48 1 .588 26-13-1 17-18 27-17

Mary Nyholm 2 41 16 0 .719 21-5 11-8 9-3

Cathy Beene 7 84 67 0 .556 49-27 24-26 11-14

Stina Mosvold 6 62 71 0 .466 36-26 10-26 16-19

Jennifer Hyde 5 55 63 0 .482 33-23 11-27 11-13

John Severance 7 111 55 0 .669 64-16 33-26 14-14

Totals 33 442 334 1 .570 239-116-1 109-138 96-84


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1977-78 season: 7-7

Head CoaCH: karen linden

date opponent result

o 20 stephen f. austin w, 8-1

o 26 texas a&m l, 3-5

J 28 stephen f. austin w, 8-1

f 3 rice w, 8-1

F 18 at Auburn L, 2-7

F 20 at Lamar W, 4-2

F 22 at Louisiana-Monroe L, 0-9

m 3 lsU l, 0-9

m 4 tCU l, 2-7

M 10 vs. Northwestern State (1) W, 8-1

M 10 at LSU L, 0-9

M 11 vs. Mississippi (1) W, 5-2

May 15 vs. Tulane (2) W, 6-3

May 16 vs. Trinity (2) L, 1-8

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Baton Rouge, La.; (2)

Southwest AIAW Championships (Monroe, La.)

1978-79 season: 12-7

Head CoaCH: karen linden

date opponent result

f 2 tulane l, 4-5

f 3 tCU l, 3-5

f 20 baylor w, 9-0

F 23 vs. Mississippi (1) L, 4-5

F 24 at LSU L, 1-8

F 24 vs. Tulane (1) W, 7-2

f 27 texas state w, 5-4

m 2 north texas w, 6-3

m 3 stephen f. austin w, 9-0

m 3 Colorado w, 5-4

M 8 vs. Mississippi (2) W, 7-2

M 9 at Louisiana-Monroe L, 1-8

M 14 vs. Murray State (3) W, 5-4

M 14 at Florida Southern W, 4-2

M 16 at USF L, 0-9

M 16 vs. UCF (4) W, 5-4

a 5 rice w, 7-2

a 11 lsU l, 2-7

a 14 north texas w, 5-3

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Baton Rouge, La.; (2)

At Monroe, La.; (3) At Lakeland, Fla.; (4) At Tampa, Fla.

1979-80 season: 8-11-1

Head CoaCH: daryl gralka

date opponent result

f 1 tCU l, 1-8

F 8 at North Texas L, 3-5

f 15 rice w, 7-2

f 16 texas a&m w, 5-4

F 26 at Trinity L, 0-9

m 1 texas tech l, 4-5

m 4 texas state w, 6-1

M 8 at Tulane L, 1-5

M 11 at Stetson W, 7-2

M 12 at Florida State L, 4-5

M 13 at Florida L, 0-6

M 15 vs. Tennessee (1) L, 1-8

m 19 memphis w, 4-0

M 19 at Houston Baptist W, 9-0

m 26 missouri t, 3-3

M 28 vs. Mississippi (2) W, 5-4

A 12 at Texas A&M L, 4-5

A 17 vs. North Texas (3) L, 4-5

A 17 vs. SMU (3) W, 5-4

A 18 at TCU (3) L, 2-7

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Baton Rouge, La.; (2)

At New orleans, La.; (3)TCU Invitational (Fort Worth,

Texas)

1980-81 season: 5-10

Head CoaCH: daryl gralka

date opponent result

F 19 at TCU L, 2-7

F 20 at North Texas L, 0-9

f 27 texas a&m l, 2-7

m 5 sam Houston state w, 9-0

m 6 texas l, 0-9

m 7 smU l, 2-7

m 10 alabama w, 5-4

M 12 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1) W, 7-2

M 12 vs. oklahoma State (1) L, 3-6

M 13 vs. Tulane (1) W, 6-3

M 16 vs. Illinois (2) W, 7-2

M 16 vs. Murray State (2) L, 4-5

M 17 vs. Tulsa (2) L, 4-5

a 11 rice l, 2-6

a 11 lamar l, 2-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) Northeast Louisiana

Tournament (Monroe, La.); (2) Tulsa Quad Matches

(oklahoma City, okla.)

1981-82 season: 22-8

Head CoaCH: daryl gralka

date opponent result

o 1 at Denver (1) W, 9-0

o 2 vs. Idaho State (1) W, 9-0

o 3 vs. Nebraska (1) W, 9-0

o 3 vs. Colorado (1) W, 5-4

o 8 vs. Mississippi State (2) W, 9-0

o 9 vs. Auburn (2) L, 4-5

o 10 at LSU (2) L, 3-6

o 20 Houston baptist w, 8-1

o 21 rice w, 6-2

N 19 vs. Texas (3) L, 2-7

N 20 vs. TCU (3) L, 2-7

f 11 lamar w, 6-3

f 20 tCU l, 3-5

f 21 north texas w, 5-2

F 25 vs. oklahoma State (4) L, 2-7

F 25 at Arkansas (4) W, 5-4

F 26 vs. Alabama (4) W, 6-3

F 27 vs. oklahoma (4) W, 7-2

M 11 vs. Mississippi (5) W, 9-0

M 11 vs. Arkansas (5) W, 6-3

M 12 vs. Alabama (5) L, 4-5

M 14 at Tulane W, 7-1

M 16 vs. Memphis (6) W, 8-1

M 24 at Houston Baptist W, 6-3

m 27 stephen f. austin w, 9-0

M 30 at Texas A&M W, 5-4

A 16 vs. Texas Wesleyan (7) W, 8-1

A 16 at New Mexico State (7) W, 8-1

A 17 vs. New Mexico (7) W, 9-0

a 21 rice l, 3-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Denver, Colo.; (2)

LSU Invitational (Baton Rouge, La.); (3) SWC Fall

Tournament (Fayetteville, Ark.); (4) Arkansas Invitational

(Fayetteville, Ark.); (5) Northeast Louisiana

Invitational (Monroe, La.); (6) At New orleans, La.; (7)

Roadrunner Invitational (Las Crucas, N.M.)

1982-83 season: 16-9 (5-3 swC, 3rd)

Head CoaCH: daryl gralka

date opponent result

S 23 vs. Louisiana Lafayette (1) W, 9-0

S 24 at Lamar (1) W, 7-2

S 25 vs. Texas A&M (1) W, 8-1

o 1 vs. SMU (2) L, 0-9

o 2 vs. Nebraska (2) W, 7-2

o 3 vs. oklahoma (2) L, 4-5

f 25 arkansas (3) w, 6-3

f 26 texas-san antonio w, 8-1

f 26 tulane w, 5-4

m 3 smU (3) w, 5-4

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m 6 northwestern state w, 9-0

m 12 trinity l, 2-7

M 14 at San Diego L, 4-5

M 16 at Cal State Fullerton W, 5-1

M 17 at Pepperdine L, 0-7

M 24 vs. Texas-Permian Basin (4) W, 6-0

M 25 vs. Mississippi (4) W, 6-3

M 25 vs. Trinity (4) L, 0-9

M 26 vs. oklahoma (4) W, 8-1

A 6 at Rice (3) L, 4-5

A 7 at Texas A&M (3) W, 7-2

A 9 at TCU (3) W, 6-3

a 12 baylor (3) w, 9-0

a 13 texas (3) l, 3-6

A 14 at Texas Tech (3) L, 4-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) Lady Cardinal Invitational

(Beaumont, Texas); (2) oklahoma State Invitational

(Stillwater, okla.); (3) SWC Match; (4) SMU

Invitational (Dallas, Texas)

1983-84 season: 19-10 (4-4 swC, 4tH)

Head CoaCH: daryl gralka

date opponent result

S 22 vs. New Mexico (1) W, 6-3

S 23 at Lamar (1) W, 6-3

S 24 vs. Texas A&M (1) L, 4-5

F 3 vs. Tennessee (2) W, 9-0

F 4 vs. South Alabama (2) L, 4-5

F 5 at Florida State (2) W, 5-4

f 11 lamar w, 6-3

f 16 stephen f. austin w, 9-0

f 18 texas state w, 8-1

f 25 new mexico state w, 9-0

f 28 mcClennan JC w, 8-1

M 1 vs. Arizona State (3) L, 2-7

M 2 vs. LSU (3) W, 7-2

M 3 vs. UC Santa Barbara (3) L, 4-5

m 6 oklahoma l, 4-5

m 7 louisiana-monroe w, 7-2

M 10 at LSU W, 7-2

m 21 tCU (4) l, 4-5

M 26 at Trinity L, 0-9

M 30 at New Mexico (5) W, 8-1

M 30 vs. New Mexico State (5) W, 9-0

M 31 vs. odessa College (5) W, 9-0

A 4 at Texas (4) L, 0-9

A 7 at Arkansas (4) L, 4-5

A 9 at SMU (4) L, 1-8

a 11 rice (4) w, 7-2

A 14 at Baylor (4) W, 9-0

a 20 texas tech (4) w, 5-4

a 21 texas a&m (4) w, 5-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) Lady Cardinal Invitational

(Beaumont, Texas); (2) FSU Quad Meet (Tallahassee,

Fla.); (3) BYU Invitational (Provo, Utah); (4)

SWC Match; (5) New Mexico Invitational (Albuquerque,

N.M.)

1984-85 season: 22-10 (5-3 swC, 4tH)

Head CoaCH: mary nyHolm

date opponent result

S 24 at Houston Baptist W, 7-2

S 27 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1) W, 9-0

S 28 at Lamar (1) W, 8-1

S 29 vs. Texas A&M (1) W, 6-3

o 11 at New Mexico (2) W, 8-1

o 12 vs. Arizona State (2) L, 4-5

o 13 vs. TCU (2) L, 4-5

n 7 lamar w, 6-3

f 12 Houston baptist w, 5-4

f 15 texas-san antonio w, 8-1

f 16 texas-permian basin w, 7-2

f 22 U.s. international l, 4-5

m 5 north Carolina l, 4-5

m 6 vanderbilt w, 5-4

m 8 arkansas (3) w, 5-4

M 10 at UC Santa Barbara L, 4-5

M 11 at San Diego W, 8-1

M 13 vs. Kansas (4) W, 7-2

M 14 vs. Yale (4) W, 7-2

M 16 vs. Utah (4) W, 8-1

M 17 at Pepperdine L, 3-6

m 22 denver w, 9-0

m 23 tulane w, 5-4

m 26 tyler JC w, 7-2

M 28 at Trinity L, 2-7

A 2 at Rice (3) L, 4-5

A 5 at Texas Tech (3) W, 6-3

A 8 at TCU (3) W, 6-3

a 9 texas (3) l, 1-8

a 13 baylor (3) w, 9-0

a 16 smU (3) w. 5-4

A 20 at Texas A&M (3) L, 3-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) Lady Cardinal Invitational

(Beaumont, Texas); (2) New Mexico Invitational

(Albuquerque, N.M.); (3) SWC Match; (4) UC Irvine

Invitational (Irvine, Calif.)

1985-86 season: 19-6 (5-3 swC, 5tH)

Head CoaCH: mary nyHolm

date opponent result

f 14 texas-san antonio w, 6-3

f 23 trinity l, 1-8

f 25 texas a&m (1) l, 2-7

F 27 vs. Northeast Louisiana (2) W, 7-1

F 28 at Florida State (2) W, 6-3

M 1 vs. Georgia (2) W, 6-3

m 7 oklahoma (3) w, 9-0

m 8 south Carolina (3) w, 5-4

m 9 new mexico (3) w, 9-0

M 13 vs. North Carolina (4) W, 6-3

M 14 at BYU (4) L, 4-5

M 15 vs. Wisconsin (4) L, 3-6

M 21 at SMU (1) L, 4-5

M 22 at Baylor (1) W, 9-0

M 24 at UC Santa Barbara W, 5-4

M 25 vs. Pacific (5) W, 6-3

M 26 at Pepperdine W, 5-4

m 30 texas tech (1) w, 7-2

a 3 alabama (6) w, 8-1

a 4 byU (6) w, 7-2

a 5 georgia (6) w, 5-4

A8 at Texas (1) L, 3-6

a 12 tCU (1) w, 6-3

A 13 at Arkansas (1) W, 8-1

a 16 rice (1) w, 7-2

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) SWC Match; (2) FSU

Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.) (3) Houston Quad

Tournament (Houston, Texas); (4) BYU Invitational

(Provo, Utah); (5) At Malibu, Calif.; (6) Cougar Classic

(Houston, Texas)

1986-87 season: 13-6 (5-3, swC)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

f 19 new mexico w, 5-4

f 21 baylor (1, 2) w, 9-0

f 23 texas state w, 8-1

F 26 vs. Furman (3) W, 7-2

F 27 vs. Mississippi State (3) W, 5-1

M 1 vs. Georgia (3) L, 2-7

m 9 north Carolina w, 6-3

m 10 smU (1) l, 3-6

m 14 texas (1) l, 3-6

m 24 lamar w, 8-1

M 25 at Rice (1) W, 6-3

m 31 arkansas (1) w, 6-3

a 2 wake forest (4) w, 8-1

a 3 UC irvine (4) w, 6-3

A 8 at Trinity L, 3-6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

A 16 at TCU (1) L, 1-8

A 17 at Texas Tech (1) W, 6-3

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) SWC Match; (2) At old

oaks Tennis Center; (3) FSU Invitational (Tallahassee,

Fla.); (4) Cougar Classic (Houston, Texas)

1987-88 season: 11-10 (4-4 swC, 5tH)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

f 12 texas-san antonio w, 9-0

f 13 trinity l, 2-7

F 19 at Baylor (1) W, 9-0

f 22 lamar w, 8-1

F 25 vs. USF (2) W, 6-3

F 26 at Florida State (2) W, 8-1

F 27 vs. South Alabama (2) W, 8-1

m 5 texas a&m (1) l, 3-6

M 10 at BYU (3) L, 3-6

M 11 vs. Pepperdine (3) L, 3-6

M 12 vs. Duke (3) W, 6-2

m 23 rice (1) w, 5-4

M 26 at Arkansas (1) W, 6-3

M 30 at Texas (1) L, 3-6

a 1 texas tech (1) w, 5-1

a 2 tCU (1) l, 4-5

A 4 at SMU (1) L, 2-7

a 7 texas state (4) w, 7-2

a 8 Utah (4) l, 2-7

a 9 rice (1) l, 3-6

A 22 vs. TCU (5) L, 2-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) SWC Match; (2) FSU

Invitational (Tallahassee, Fla.); (3) BYU Round Robin

(Provo, Utah); (4) Cougar Classic (Houston, Texas); (5)

SWC Tournament (Austin, Texas)

1988-89 season: 13-9 (3-5 swC, t-6tH)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

f 16 texas state (1) w, 6-0

f 18 illinois (1) w, 7-2

F 21 at Lamar W, 7-2

f 22 sam Houston state w, 9-0

f 24 baylor (2) w, 7-2

F 26 at Trinity L, 4-5

F 27 at Texas-San Antonio W, 9-0

m 3 texas (2) l, 1-8

M 8 at Texas A&M (2) L, 2-7

M 11 at TCU (2) L, 4-5

M 16 at Rice (2) L, 3-6

m 17 south alabama w, 6-3

M 23 at UNLv W, 6-3

M 24 vs. New Mexico (3) W, 7-2

M 25 vs. Auburn (3) L, 2-5

m 29 smU (2) l, 2-7

M 31 at Texas Tech (2) W, 7-2

a 2 arkansas (2) w, 5-4

a 6 furman (4) w, 9-0

a 7 florida state (4) l, 3-6

a 8 texas state (4) w, 9-0

A 21 vs. Texas A&M (5) L, 1-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Chancellors Racquet

Club; (2) SWC Match; (3) At Las vegas, Nev.; (4) Cougar

Classic, Houston, Texas); (5) SWC Tournament (Fort

Worth, Texas)

1989-90 season: 23-3 (7-1 swC, 2nd)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

f 10 texas-san antonio w, 8-0

f 13 north texas w, 9-0

f 15 lamar w, 9-0

F 23 at Florida State (1) W, 7-2

F 24 vs. USF (1) W, 6-3

F 25 vs. Auburn (1) W, 5-3

m 3 trinity w, 6-3

m 6 michigan w, 8-1

m 7 sam Houston state w, 8-0

m 11 north Carolina w, 5-4

m 14 rice (2, 3) w, 6-3

m 15 virginia tech w, 8-0

M 23 at Utah W, 6-3

M 24 at BYU (4) L, 3-6

M 25 vs. Kansas (4) W, 7-2

m 28 texas a&m (2, 3) w, 6-3

m 30 tCU (2, 3) w, 6-3

m 31 texas tech (2) w, 8-1

A 3 at Baylor (2) W, 7-2

a 5 rollins College (5) w, 9-0

a 6 lsU (5) w, 7-2

a 7 arkansas (5) w, 6-3

A 11 at SMU (2) W, 5-3

A 12 at Arkansas (2) W, 7-2

A 17 at Texas (2) L, 1-8

A 20 TCU (6) L, 3-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) FSU Invitational (Tallahassee,

Fla.) ; (2) SWC Match; (3) At Chancellors

Racquet Club; (4) BYU Invitational (Provo, Utah); (5)

Cougar Classic .(Houston, Texas); (6) SWC Tournament

(Houston, Texas - Rice)

1990-91 reCord: 12-9 (4-4 swC, 5tH)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

f 12 lamar w, 8-1

f 19 byU (1) l, 3-6

f 24 arkansas (2) l, 4-5

F 28 at Texas A&M (2) L, 3-6

m 2 texas (2) l, 2-7

m 8 alabama l, 3-6

m 9 north Carolina l, 4-5

m13 oklahoma state l, 1-8

M 14 at Texas Tech (2) W, 8-1

M 15 at TCU (2) L, 3-6

m 20 smU (2) w, 6-3

m 22 florida state w, 5-4

m 24 Utah w, 5-4

M 26 at UC Irvine (3) W, 7-2

M 28 vs. Harvard (3) W, 5-4

M 30 vs. Washington (3) W, 9-0

A 10 at Trinity W, 7-2

A 11 at Texas-San Antonio W, 5-2

a 13 baylor (2) w, 9-0

A 15 at Rice (2) W, 5-4

A 19 vs. Arkansas (4) L, 3-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Chancellors Racquet

Club; (2) SWC Match; (3) UC Irvine Invitational (Irvine,

Calif.); (4) SWC Tournament (College Station, Texas)

1991-92 season: 4-16 (0-7 swC, 8tH)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

f 15 texas-san antonio l, 4-5

f 17 sam Houston state w, 8-1

f 23 north texas (1) w, 7-2

F 26 at Lamar W, 7-2

m 1 texas a&m (2) l, 3-6

m 7 texas tech (2) l, 3-6

M 10 at Texas State L, 4-5

M 11 at Texas (2) L, 0-9

m 16 south alabama w, 5-4

M 18 at oklahoma State L, 1-5

M 20 vs. Clemson (3) L, 1-5

M 22 vs. Utah (3) L, 1-8

M 23 at BYU (3) L, 3-5

m 29 tCU (2) l, 2-7

A 1 at Baylor (2) L, 3-6

A 2 at SMU (2) L, 2-7

A 8 at Rice (2) L, 2-7

A 11 vs. Mississippi (4) L, 2-7

A 12 at Alabama L, 2-7

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A 18 vs. Texas (5) L, 0-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At old oaks Racquet

Club; (2) SWC Match; (3) BYU Invitational (Provo,

Utah); (5) SWC Tournament (Austin, Texas)

1992-93 season: 8-14 (0-7 swC, 8tH)

Head CoaCH: CatHy beene

date opponent result

F 17 at Sam Houston State W, 8-1

f 19 lamar w, 7-1

F 20 at Rice (1) L, 3-6

F 24 at Texas-San Antonio W, 5-4

f 27 no. 3 texas (1) l, 0-6

f 28 north Carolina state w, 8-1

m 2 texas state (2) w, 9-0

M 5 at Texas A&M (1) L, 0-9

M 6 at TCU (1) L, 2-7

M 10 at Texas Tech (1) L, 4-5

m 12 purdue w, 5-1

m 16 washington state w, 5-4

m18 louisiana-lafayette l, 4-5

m 21 alabama l, 0-6

M 26 vs. Washington (3) L, 1-5

M 27 vs. Pacific (3) L, 2-5

M 28 at San Diego (3) W, 8-1

a 2 baylor (1) l, 2-7

a 3 smU (1) l, 3-5

a 9 byU l, 2-7

A 10 Utah L, 4-5

A 23 vs. Texas (4) L, 0-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) SWC Match; (2) At

Chancellors Racquet Club; (3) San Diego Classic (San

Diego, Calif.); (4) SWC Tournament (Houston, Texas -

UH)

1993-94 season: 6-14 (1-6 swC, t-6tH)

Head CoaCH: stina mosvold

date opponent result

J 30 northwestern state l, 4-5

F 11 vs. BYU (1) L, 0-9

F 12 at Utah L, 4-5

f 15 sam Houston state w, 9-0

f 18 north texas w, 8-1

f 19 nicholls state w, 6-3

f 25 texas state w, 8-0

f 26 texas-san antonio w, 7-2

m 4 texas tech (2) w, 6-3

M 10 at Texas (2) L, 0-8

M 18 vs. UNLv (3) L, 0-6

M 19 vs. Furman (3) L, 4-5

m 22 florida state l, 1-5

m 26 oklahoma state l, 2-5

M 30 at Baylor (2) L, 0-7

M 31 at SMU (2) L, 2-5

a 8 texas a&m (2) l, 2-7

a 9 tCU (2) l, 4-5

a 14 rice (2) l, 1-8

A 22 vs. Texas (4) L, 0-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Salt Lake City, Utah;

(2) SWC Match; (3) At San Diego, Calif.; (4) SWC

Tournament (Houston, Texas - Rice)

1994-95 season: 5-16 (2-5 swC, t-6tH)

Head CoaCH: stina mosvold

date opponent result

F 3 vs. New Mexico State (1) W, 5-4

F 4 at Texas-San Antonio W, 5-4

f 18 louisiana-lafayette l, 4-5

f 22 smU (2) w, 6-3

f 25 no. 2 texas (2) l, 0-8

F 28 at No. 32 Texas A&M (2) L, 2-7

m 5 no. 47 oklahoma state l, 2-7

m 9 purdue l, 1-8

M 17 at No. 21 San Diego L, 0-8

M 18 vs. No. 50 Fresno State (3) L, 4-5

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M 19 vs. No. 44 SMU (3) L, 2-5

M 24 at TCU (2) L, 1-8

M 25 at Texas Tech (2) W, 6-3

m 28 baylor (2) l, 0-9

M 31 at Tulane L, 3-5

A 1 vs. Southern Miss (4) W, 7-2

A 2 vs. old Dominion (4) L, 4-5

A 5 at Rice (2, 5) L, 2-7

a 7 no. 20 byU l, 1-8

a 10 Utah (5) l, 2-7

A 21 vs. No. 42 Texas A&M (6) L, 0-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At San Antonio, Texas;

(2) SWC Match; (3) At San Diego, Calif.; (4) At New

orleans, La.; (5) At Chancellors Racquet Club; (6) SWC

Tournament (College Station, Texas)

1995-96 season: 10-11 (3-4 swC, 5tH)

Head CoaCH: stina mosvold

date opponent result

f 3 tulane (1) w, 7-2

f 6 texas-san antonio w, 9-0

f 9 no. 40 arkansas l, 3-6

f 11 texas tech (2) w, 6-3

F 16 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 8-0

F 17 vs. UAB (3) L, 4-5

f 24 no. 30 texas a&m (2) l, 2-7

M 1 at No. 18 BYU L, 1-8

M 3 at No. 42 Utah L, 3-6

M 4 vs. North Carolina (4) L, 2-7

M 10 at SMU (2) L, 4-5

m 16 louisiana-monroe w, 5-2

M 22 at Tulsa W, 4-3

M 23 at No. 45 oklahoma State L, 1-8

M 29 at Baylor (2) L, 4-5

M 31 at No. 8 Texas (2) L, 0-9

a 2 nicholls state w, 6-3

a 3 new orleans w, 5-3

a 5 tCU (1) (2) w, 6-3

a 9 no. 46 rice (2) w, 5-4

A 19 vs. No. 42 Rice (5) L, 0-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Chancellors Racquet

Club; (2) SWC Match; (3) At Lafayette, La.; (4) At Provo,

Utah; (5) SWC Tournament (Fort Worth, Texas)

1996-97 season: 19-6 (2-0 C-Usa, 3rd)

Head CoaCH: stina mosvold

date opponent result

F 7 vs. Boise State (1) W, 7-2

F 8 at New Mexico L, 4-5

F 9 vs. Texas Tech (1) W, 7-2

f 12 northeast louisiana (2) w, 6-2

f 15 Uab (3) w, 8-1

f 16 baylor w, 7-2

f 22 texas-san antonio w, 8-1

F 23 at Rice L, 1-8

2/28 at TCU W, 7-2

M 1 at SMU W, 6-3

m 13 north Carolina l, 3-6

m 14 florida state (2) w, 5-4

3/21 at Texas Tech W, 5-4

3/22 vs. Colorado (4) W, 7-2

m 24 iowa w, 6-3

m 26 depaul (3) w, 5-4

A 5 at Arkansas State W, 5-2

A 6 at Arkansas L, 1-5

a 12 louisiana-lafayette w, 8-0

a 14 Utep w, 6-3

4/18 vs. UAB (5) W, 5-0

4/19 vs. Marquette (5) L, 4-5

4/20 vs. Tulane (5) W, 5-2

5/9 vs. TCU (6) W, 5-2

5/10 vs. Tennessee (6) L, 0-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Albuquerque, N.M.;

(2) At Chancellors Racquet Club; (3) C-USA Match; (4)

At Lubbock, Texas; (5) C-USA Tournament (Tampa, Fla);

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1997-98 season: 13-11 (0-1 C-Usa, 1st)

ConferenCe Usa CHampions

nCaa regionals

Head CoaCH: stina mosvold

date opponent result

J 29 texas-san antonio w, 8-1

J 31 arkansas l, 3-6

f 9 oklahoma state w, 6-3

F 11 at Texas A&M L, 3-6

F 13 at oklahoma L, 2-7

F 15 at Tulsa W, 5-1

f 21 smU w, 6-3

f 22 tCU l, 2-6

m 3 marquette (1) l, 3-6

M 9 at Florida State L, 2-7

m 14 arkansas state w, 7-2

M 23 at Baylor L, 0-9

m 25 georgia tech w, 6-3

m 27 Utah w, 5-1

A 3 at UTEP L, 4-5

A 4 vs. Fresno State (2) L, 3-6

A 5 vs. New Mexico State (2) W, 7-2

a 9 rice w, 6-3

a 11 new mexico l, 3-6

A 17 vs. Southern Miss (3) W, 5-2

A 18 vs. Marquette (3) W, 5-4

A 19 vs. UAB (3) W, 5-2

M 5 vs. Texas A&M (4) W, 5-3

M 16 vs. Arkansas (4) L, 0-5

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2) At El

Paso, Texas; (3) C-USA Tournament (Houston, Texas);

(4) NCAA Southwest Regional (Baton Rouge, La.)

1998-99 season: 9-13 (1-1 C-Usa, 4tH)

Head CoaCH: stina mosvold

date opponent result

J 31 lamar w, 9-0

f 6 texas-arlington w, 6-3

f 11 lsU l, 2-7

F 14 at TCU L, 4-5

f 23 texas a&m w, 5-4

M 5 at New Mexico L, 3-6

M 6 vs. UC Irvine (1) W, 6-3

M 7 vs. Colorado (1) L, 3-6

m 10 florida state l, 4-5

m 12 north Carolina l, 4-5

m 15 no. 39 tulane (2) l, 4-5

M 19 at Marquette (2) W, 6-3

M 20 vs. Michigan (3) W, 5-4

M 26 at No. 30 Arkansas L, 1-8

M 27 vs. No. 19 Fresno State (4) L, 3-6

m 29 Harvard l, 4-5

a 6 texas-san antonio w, 6-3

a 9 Utep w, 6-3

A 16 vs. Louisville (5) W, 5-1

4/17 vs. Marquette (5) L, 2-5

4/18 vs. Tulane (5) L, 3-5

4/24 baylor l, 3-6

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Albuquerque, N.M.;

(2) C-USA Match; (3) At Milwaukee, Wis.; (4) At Fayetteville,

Ark.; (5) C-USA Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.)

1999-2000 season: 9-14 (0-3 C-Usa, 7tH)

Head CoaCH: Jennifer Hyde

date opponent result

J 29 texas-san antonio w, 7-2

J 30 texas a&m-Corpus Christi w, 9-0

f 6 texas state w, 9-0

f 11 tCU l, 1-8

f 13 northwestern (1) l, 1-5

F 19 at LSU L, 2-7

F 20 at Tulane (2) L, 2-5

F 25 vs. Colorado (3) L, 4-5

F 26 vs. Marquette (2, 3) L, 4-5

F 27 at UTEP W, 5-4

m 4 oklahoma w, 7-2

M 7 at Rice W, 5-4

M 17 at USF (2) L, 3-6

M 18 vs. Miami (Fla.) (4) L, 4-5

m 23 drake w, 7-2

M 25 at Tulsa L, 4-5

m 31 arkansas l, 3-6

a 2 texas tech w, 7-2

A 5 at No. 18 Baylor L, 0-6

a 8 smU l, 1-5

A 15 vs. UAB (5) L, 3-5

A 15 vs. Memphis (5) L, 2-5

A 16 vs. Southern Miss (5) W, 5-0

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Houston Metropolitan

Club; (2) C-USA Match; (3) At El Paso, Texas; (4) At

Tampa, Fla.; (5) C-USA Tournament (Tampa, Fla.)

2000-01 season: 7-16 (1-2 C-Usa, 5tH)

Head CoaCH: Jennifer Hyde

date opponent result

f 3 texas-arlington l, 1-6

f 4 no. 50 UCf l, 1-6

f 9 no. 65 rice w, 5-2

f 15 no. 28 lsU l, 1-6

F 23 at No. 64 Marquette (1) L, 3-4

F 24 vs. No. 43 Minnesota (2) L, 2-5

F 25 at Wisconsin L, 1-6

F 28 at No. 25 Texas A&M L, 1-6

m 9 marshall w, 5-2

m 10 no. 74 Utep w, 5-2

M 14 at No. 36 Georgia Tech L, 1-6

M 17 at No. 55 Clemson L, 1-6

m 22 no. 48 kansas l, 1-6

m 25 tulane (1) w, 4-3

m 28 no. 33 tulsa (3) l, 1-5

A 1 at No. 40 Alabama L, 1-6

A 2 at No. 49 UAB (1) L, 2-5

A 7 at No. 26 TCU L, 1-6

A 8 at No. 40 SMU L, 1-6

A 19 vs Charlotte (4) W, 4-0

A 20 vs Marquette (4) L, 1-4

A 21 vs Memphis (4) W, 6-1

A 22 vs Cincinnati (4) W, 4-0

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2) At

Milwaukee, Wis.; (3) At Houston Metropolitan Club;

(4) C-USA Tournament (Hattiesburg, Miss.)

2001-02 season: 11-13 (3-2 C-Usa, t-6tH)

Head CoaCH: Jennifer Hyde

date opponent result

J 26 texas state w, 5-2

J 26 texas-pan american w, 7-0

f 2 texas-san antonio w, 5-2

f 9 no. 26 alabama l, 3-4

f 10 Cincinnati (1) w, 4-3

F 16 at No. 32 LSU L, 3-4

F 17 at No. 40 Tulane (1) W, 4-3

f 24 no. 22 tCU (1) l, 2-5

m 1 Uab (1) w, 4-1

M 4 at No. 69 Penn State W, 5-2

M 7 at No. 75 virginia Tech W, 4-3

M 13 at No. 75 UTEP L, 3-4

M 22 at Texas Tech L, 1-5

m 23 smU l, 2-5

M 27 at Tulsa L, 3-4

a 3 no. 25 texas a&m l, 0-7

a 5 arkansas-little rock l, 1-5

a 7 marquette (1) l, 2-5

a 14 north texas w, 4-3

A 16 at Rice L, 3-4

A 18 vs. Charlotte (2) W, 4-3

A 19 vs. No. 64 Tulane (2) L, 0-4

A 20 vs. Louisville (2) W, 5-2

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A 21 vs. Cincinnati (2) L, 2-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2) C-USA

Tournament (Fort Worth, Texas)

2002-03 season: 13-10 (1-2 C-Usa, 4tH)

Head CoaCH: Jennifer Hyde

date opponent result

J 25 texas-pan american w, 7-0

F 1 at No. 29 TCU (2) L, 1-6

F 2 at No. 65 SMU L, 0-7

f 7 louisiana tech (1) w, 6-1

f 9 no. 63 lsU l, 0-7

F 15 at No. 31 Alabama L, 0-7

F 21 at No. 31 Texas A&M L, 1-6

f 23 mcneese state w, 6-1

f 28 Utep w, 6-1

m 1 texas state w, 5-2

M 4 at USF (2) L, 3-4

M 7 at UCF W, 4-3

m 12 Charlotte (2) w, 5-2

m 18 northern arizona w, 4-3

m 21 new orleans l, 1-6

m 26 no. 53 tulsa l, 0-7

a 2 sam Houston state w, 7-0

a 5 no. 74 texas tech w, 5-2

a 9 rice w, 4-3

A 12 vs. Saint Louis (3) W, 4-1

A 13 vs. USF (3) W, 4-0

A 14 vs. No. 28 Tulane (3) L, 0-4

A 15 vs. Louisville (3) L, 2-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Houston Metropolitan

Club; (2) C-USA Match; (3) C-USA Tournament

(New orleans, La.)

2003-04 season: 15-10 (2-1 C-Usa, 3rd)

Head CoaCH: Jennifer Hyde

date opponenet result

J 31 at McNeese State W, 5-2

F 1 at Lamar W, 7-0

f 4 texas state w, 5-1

f 6 no. 75 texas-arlington l, 2-5

f 8 Uab (2) w, 6-1

f 20 no. 32 alabama l, 0-7

f 22 smU l, 3-4

F 29 at No. 32 New Mexico L, 0-7

M 1 vs. No. 70 Wisconsin (1) L, 1-6

M 6 at No. 16 Texas A&M L, 1-6

m 9 no. 28 penn l, 0-7

m 13 no. 75 Utah w, 5-0

m 16 no. 75 UCf w, 5-2

m 18 louisville (2) w, 6-1

M 26 at No. 63 Rice W, 5-2

m 28 no. 27 tCU (2) l, 3-4

M 31 at No. 51 Tulsa L, 2-5

A 3 at New Mexico State W, 6-1

A 4 at UTEP W, 5-2

a 13 texas a&m-Corpus Christi w, 6-1

a 13 sam Houston state w, 6-0

A 15 vs. Saint Louis (3) W, 4-0

A 16 vs. Marquette (3) W, 4-0

A 17 vs. No. 15 Tulane (3) L, 1-4

A 18 vs. Louisville (3) W, 4-2

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Albuquerque, N.M.;

(2) C-USA Match; (3) C-USA Tournament (Louisville,

Ky.)

2004-05 season: 17-10 (0-1 C-Usa, 4tH)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponenet result

J 29 mcneese state w, 7-0

F 4 at Furman L, 1-6

F 6 at Georgia State W, 7-0

f 8 no. 40 lsU l, 3-4

f 12 texas tech w, 5-2

f 13 texas state w, 6-0

f 13 prairie view a&m w, 6-0

f 18 louisiana tech w, 5-2

f 19 southeastern louisiana w, 5-2

f 19 louisiana-lafayette w, 5-1

m 3 no. 39 texas a&m l, 2-5

M 6 at No. 61 SMU L, 0-7

M 9 at No. 18 Baylor L, 0-4

m 12 texas a&m-Corpus Christi w, 6-1

M 18 vs. Miami (ohio) (1) W, 6-1

M 19 at UCF L, 3-4

m 23 lee College w, 6-1

A 1 at Texas-Arlington W, 4-3

A 2 at No. 20 TCU (2) L, 2-5

A 9 at No. 72 Tulsa L, 1-4

a 15 Utep w, 6-1

a 17 sam Houston state w, 4-1

a 17 lamar w, 5-1

A 21 vs. Cincinnati (3) W, 4-0

A 22 vs. DePaul (3) W, 4-3

A 23 vs. No. 17 TCU (3) L, 0-4

A 24 vs. No. 51 USF (3) L, 3-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At orlando, Fla.; (2) C-

USA Match; (3) C-USA Tournament (Fort Worth, Texas)

2005-06 season: 20-5 (3-1 C-Usa, t-3rd)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponenet result

J 29 prairie view a&m w, 7-0

J 29 stephen f. austin w, 7-0

F 1 at Southern Miss (2) W, 6-1

F 2 at No. 33 Mississippi State W, 4-3

F 4 at No. 34 Texas A&M L, 2-5

f 12 sam Houston state w, 5-2

F 26 at Texas-San Antonio W, 5-2

M 1 at No. 46 LSU L, 0-7

m 4 texas state w, 4-3

m 5 texas-arlington w, 4-3

m 8 middle tennessee state w, 4-2

m 10 lee College w, 6-1

m 12 Columbia w, 6-1

M 16 vs. Northern Arizona (1) W, 6-1

M 18 at No. 12 Arizona State L, 0-7

m 25 texas-pan american w, 7-0

m 26 tulsa (2) w, 4-3

M 31 at New Mexico State W, 7-0

A 1 at UTEP (2) W, 5-2

A 2 at No. 52 SMU (2) L, 2-5

a 7 texas a&m-Corpus Christi w, 6-1

a 8 louisiana tech w, 6-0

a 9 arkansas state w, 5-2

A 21 vs. East Carolina (3) W, 4-1

A 22 vs. Rice (3) L, 1-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) At Phoenix, Ariz.; (2)

C-USA Match; (3) C-USA Tournament (Dallas, Texas)

2006-07 season: 13-9 (2-4 C-Usa, 7tH)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponenet result

J 26 la tech w, 6-0

J 26 lee College w, 5-2

J 28 stephen f. austin w, 7-0

F 2 vs. Tarleton State (2) W, 6-1

F 2 vs. Trinity (2) W, 6-1

F 3 at Texas A&M L, 0-7

f 9 north texas w, 7-0

f 11 fsU l, 5-1

f 16 praire view a&m w, 6-0

f 19 lsU l, 7-0

f 22 texas a&m-Corpus Christi w, 6-1

M 2 at Memphis (1) W, 7-0

M 4 vs. Southern Miss. (1) (3) L, 4-3

m 11 smU (1) l, 7-0

m 12 Central arkansas w, 7-0

m 19 illinois w, 4-3

m 23 eCU (1) w, 4-3

History & reCords


History & reCords

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

M 24 at College of Charleston W, 5-2

a 6 Utep (1) l, 7-0

A 13 at Nevada Reno L, 7-0

A 14 vs. Middle Tennessee State (4) L, 4-2

A 14 at Rice (1) L, 4-1

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match, (2) At

Baytown, Texas; (3) At Memphis, Tenn.; (4) At Reno,

Nev.

2007-08 season: 16-11 (0-3 C-Usa, t-5tH)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponent results

J 26 tyler Community College w, 7-0

F 3 No. 25 Texas A&M L, 0-7

f 5 southern miss (1) l, 2-4

F 8 Grand Canyon W, 7-0

F 9 No. 38 Arizona L, 2-5

F 10 No. 18 Arizona State L, 0-7

f 13 stephen f. austin w, 7-0

f 13 lee College w, 6-1

f 17 northwestern state w, 6-1

f 18 mcneese state w, 6-1

F 22 Louisiana Tech W, 7-0

F 22 Grambling State W, 6-0

F 23 No. 60 SMU (1) L, 0-7

m 8 new mexico state l, 3-4

m 12 sam Houston state w, 4-3

M 15 Alabama L, 0-7

M 16 Samford W, 4-3

M 22 No. 40 Louisville W, 4-3

M 23 No. 58 South Alabama L, 2-5

A 4 oral Roberts W, 5-0

A 4 No. 52 Tulsa (1) L, 0-7

A 5 North Texas L, 3-4

a 12 tarleton state w, 5-2

a 12 prairie view a&m w, 4-0

a 12 southern w, 4-0

a 17 Utep (2) w, 4-2

a 18 rice (2) l, 3-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2)

C-USA Championships

2008-09 season: 18-4 (3-1 C-Usa, 5tH)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponent results

J23 Portland State W, 7-0

J24 Idaho W, 4-3

J25 oregon L, 1-6

J31 Louisiana Tech W, 7-0

f5 montana state w, 4-3

F6 Grambling State W, 6-0

F6 Centenary W, 5-0

f7 mcneese state w, 6-1

F14 Northwestern State W, 6-1

F15 Southern Miss (1) W, 6-1

f20 tulane (1) w, 5-2

f22 memphis (1) w, 5-2

m15 yale l, 1-5

M17 Weber State W, 6-1

M18 Utah State W, 6-1

M19 Idaho State W, 7-0

m28 texas pan-american w, 5-2

m29 tulsa (1) l, 0-7

A8 Southeastern Louisiana W, 5-2

a10 prairie view a&m w, 7-0

A17 Rice (2) L, 0-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2)

C-USA Championships

2009-10 season: 11-8 (0-1 C-Usa, 9tH)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponent results

f13 sam Houston state w, 7-0

f19 louisiana tech w, 6-1

f20 Utpa w, 5-2

f21 northwestern state l, 1-6

m3 southeastern louisiana w, 5-2

M5 Southern Miss (1) L, 0-7

M6 vs. New orleans (3) L, 0-4

M7 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (3) W, 4-3

M14 CSU-Bakersfield W, 7-0

M15 Concordia L, 4-5

M18 Cal State Fullerton W, 5-2

M19 vs. Colorado State (4) W, 6-1

M20 vs. West virginia (5) L, 3-4

M21 Missouri L, 0-7

a3 prairie view a&m w, 7-0

a5 st. edward’s w, 7-0

a10 louisiana-monroe l, 2-4

A15 McNeese State W, 4-3

a18 Uab (1) dnp

A22 vs. East Carolina (2) L, 0-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2)

C-USA Championships (Tulsa, okla.); (3) Played in

Hattiesburg, Miss.; (4) Played in Fullerton, Calif.; (5)

Played in Columbia, Miss.

2010-11 season: 16-8 (2-2 C-Usa, 9tH)

Head CoaCH: JoHn severanCe

date opponent results

J21 Baylor L, 1-6

J28 Centenary W, 6-0

J29 Grambling St. W, 7-0

f5 rice (1) l, 2-5

f6 sam Houston state w, 5-2

f11 Utpa w, 6-1

f12 texas state w, 5-2

f13 Utep (1) w, 4-3

F19 Louisiana-Monroe L, 3-4

F20 Northwestern State L, 1-6

M3 UMKC W, 6-1

M4 Kansas State L, 0-4

M5 Kansas L, 3-4

M12 IUPUI W, 7-0

M13 Butler W, 6-1

M15 Wright State W, 7-0

M16 Xavier W, 6-1

m20 Ualr w, 5-0

a3 southern miss (1) w, 5-2

a9 st. edward’s w, 6-1

a10 smU (1) l, 1-4

a10 prairie view a&m w, 7-0

a16 louisville w, 6-1

A21 vs. Tulane (2) L, 2-4

Home Matches are in Bold; (1) C-USA Match; (2)

C-USA Championships (orlando, Fla..)

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