2001-02 Women's Tennis Archive
DePauw finishes fourth at SCAC Championship
DePauw fell to Sewanee by an 8-1 score to finish fourth at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship. Match results
Tigers fall in SCAC semifinals
DePauw lost to Trinity by a 9-0 score in the semifinals of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship. The Tigers now take on Sewanee for third place. Match results
DePauw defeats Southwestern to advance to SCAC semifinals
The fourth-seeded Tigers defeated Southwestern by a 6-3 score in their first match at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship in Jackson, Miss. DePauw advanced to the semifinals to face top-seeded Trinity on Saturday, April 27 at 1 p.m. Match results
Tigers drop three home matches
DePauw slipped to 9-11 on the season after losing three weekend home matches. The Tigers lost a 7-2 match to Wheaton, a 5-2 decision to St. Mary's (Ind.) and 5-4 to Carthage.
Tigers top Engineers 8-1
The Tigers swept the three doubles matches and took five of six in singles to pick up an 8-1 win over visiting Rose-Hulman to improve to 8-6 on the season. Match results
Tigers finish spring trip; stand at 7-6 on the season
DePauw defeated Division II Missouri-St. Louis and Oberlin by 6-3 scores before dropping a 5-4 decision to Wisconsin-Whitewater. The Tigers are 7-6 on the season.
DePauw slips to 5-5 with loss to Kalamazoo
The Tigers dropped their first match at Hilton Head Island by a 5-4 score to Kalamazoo and dropped to 5-5 on the season. Match results
Tigers lose at Emory
The Tigers opened their spring break trip with a 9-0 loss at Emory. Match results
Tigers take 5-3 record into spring break trip
DePauw is 5-3 on the season and 4-3 during the spring and travels to Atlanta and Hilton Head for a week of matches. For complete match results, please visit the links from the schedule and results page.
DePauw players compete at ITA Regional
DePauw players finished with a 5-2 doubles record and a 6-7 singles record at the ITA Regional at Wittenberg. Kristin Gieseke and Katherine Nicolson advanced to the doubles semifinals before losing to Denison's Allison Lesnett and Meredith Sulser. The duo had won three matches prior to that. Kodie Bonebrake and Kristin Campbell won their first two doubles matches before falling in the quarterfinals. In singles play, Gieseke won her opening two matches before falling in the round of 16 to eventual runner-up Emily Figel of Wittenberg 6-3, 6-3.
Tigers win Franklin Invitational
DePauw finished with 28 points to runners-up Franklin and Indiana-Southeast which had 27 each to win the Franklin College Invitational. DePauw won the number two and six singles flights as well as number two doubles.
DePauw tops Indianapolis
In the season opening match, the Tigers took four of the six singles matches and two of three doubles to take a 6-3 win over visiting University of Indianapolis. Match results
Tigers ranked 22nd in final Division III poll
DePauw finished the 2000-01 season ranked 22nd in the final NCAA Division III poll and were ranked sixth in the Central Region. Individually, Haley Heathman finished the year as the 20th ranked singles player. Complete rankings