Past Seasons - Tennis
Salem College Director of Athletics Melissa Barrett has announced that Mike Hollman will take over the Salem College tennis program. Hollman is very familiar with Salem College. He was the assistant tennis coach for 4 years, and he has worked with the soccer program for the past 5 years. Hollman will immediately take over the program, which went 4-11 overall last year and lost in the Great South quarterfinals.
The Salem College athletic department has released the 2013 tennis schedule. The team will begin action on February 16th when they host William Peace. Great South Athletic Conference play begins on February 23rd when the Spirits host Huntingdon for a double-header match. Here is the complete schedule:
The Salem College tennis team played in their first ever Great South laurenandamyTournament this week. As the sixth seed, the Spirits lost to the third seeded Scots of Maryville.
The Salem College tennis team is set to appear in their first-ever Great South Athletic Conference Tournament this weekend in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The Salem College tennis team earned 2 huge victories out of 3 matches on a road trip to Georgia in Great South play. The Spirits earned victories over Spelman (5-4) and Wesleyan (8-1) to earn a spot in the Great South Tournament. The Spirits improved their overall record to 4-10, and their Great South record to 3-6 and earned a fifth seed.
The Salem College tennis team lost their final home match of the season to Covenant College 7-2 in Great South action. Lauren Wisen (Madison, OH) picked up a win at number 6 singles in her final home match of her career. Salem falls to 2-9 with the loss.
The Salem College tennis team celebrated "Senior Game" for Amy Allison (Geneva, OH) and Lauren Wisen (Madison, OH) in a match against Piedmont College. In the Great South match, the Lady Lions defeated the Spirits 9-0. Salem falls to 2-8 overall and 1-3 in the Great South with the loss.
The Salem College tennis team fell on the road in Hilton Head to Coastal Georgia 6-3. Lauren Wisen (Madison, OH) and Carly Neisler (Cramerton, NC) won both of their matches by default. The Spirits fall to 2-7 with the loss.