Star Writes of Two HS Tennis Standouts Heading to DePauw
June 11, 2004
June 11, 2004, Greencastle, Ind. - Elizabeth Steele, a senior at Carmel (Indiana) High School, "will follow her sister Emily to DePauw University. She plans to play tennis and major in either sports marketing or psychology," writes Tom Hayes in today's Indianapolis Star. The article on the tennis standout notes that Steele "has an 86-5 career varsity record. She played her first two seasons at No. 1 singles and will seek a second consecutive state doubles championship when the Indiana High School Athletic Association state singles and doubles championships begin today at North Central."
"Elizabeth is one of those special people you run across in sports," says Carmel girl's tennis coach Sharon Rosenburgh. "She ranks 14th academically in her senior class, and she truly enjoys what high school team tennis is all about. She waited her turn to be a senior leader, and she has done an incredible job of taking this team over." Read the article by clicking here.
Today's Star sports section also notes, "Erin Andrade, who led the Noblesville girls tennis team to runner-up finishes in the Hoosier Crossroads Conference and Carmel Sectional, is one of two recipients of this year's $500 Hamilton County Community Tennis Association scholarships. Andrade, who will play tennis and study biochemistry at DePauw University, is the third Noblesville girls tennis player in the past four years to win a county tennis association scholarship." Read that item here.Back