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Tennis splits first two GSAC matches

March 08, 2010Winston-Salem, NC- The Salem College tennis team split its first two Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC) tennis matches this past weekend. Salem won easily on Saturday against Georgia Wesleyan (9-0). Maryville College came in on Sunday and beat the Spirits (7-2). Salem is now 3-2 overall, and 1-1...

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Featured Athlete of the Week- Rukhsona Usmanova

Name: Rukhsona UsmanovaSport: TennisBirthplace: Tashkent, UzbekistanCurrent Home: Durham, NCHigh School: Durham School of the Arts BulldogsFamily: Zilola Nassimona (mother), Kamil (father), Farzona and Mardon (siblings)Hobbies: drawing, hanging out with friends, watching televisionThis season in tennis: Rukhsona has played every tennis match this season in the number one singles and doubles...

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Tennis drops two road GSAC matches

March 23, 2010 LaGrange, GA-The Salem College tennis team dropped two away Great South tennis matches this past weekend. The Spirits fell against Huntingdon (0-9) in Alabama, and in a close match at LaGrange (4-5). Salem falls to 3-4 overall, and to 1-3 in the Great South. Rukhsona Usmanova (Durham,...

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Tennis loses twice in Georgia

April 11, 2010Decatur, GA- The Salem College tennis team lost two Great South matches this weekend to Agnes Scott (9-0) and to Spelman (7-2). Michala Michaux (Morganton, NC) was involved in both wins for the Spirits against Spelman. Salem falls to 1-5 in the Great South, and 3-6 overall.Michaux defeated...

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Tennis traveled down the road to take on WSSU

April 13, 2010Winston-Salem, NC-The Salem College tennis team came up short in a match at Winston-Salem State University (9-0). The Rams dominated both singles and doubles action in the match. Salem falls to 3-7 with the non-conference loss.Salem returns to action on April 15th when they travel to Averett in...

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Tennis falls in season finale against Piedmont

April 18, 2010Winston-Salem, NC- The Salem College tennis team lost in their final match of the season against Piedmont College, 6-3. The win secured the number six seed in the Great South tournament for Piedmont,and knocked Salem down to seventh place in the standings. The Spirits lose two seniors Ashley...

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Three tennis players selected to GSAC All-Academic Team

May 03, 2010LaGrange, GA-Three student-athletes from the Salem College tennis team were recently selected to the Great South Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. A student-athlete must have a 3.25 cumulative GPA to be placed on the All-Academic Team. Amy Allison (Geneva, OH), Ashley Bodford (Siloam, NC), and Rukhsona Usamanova (Durham, NC)...

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New Talent Creates Excitement as Soccer Nears Preseason

On August 19th, the Salem College Spirits will field a soccer team that will contain the most talent of any of the first three seasons of NCAA existence. As just the second recruiting class in school history takes the field this fall, the chances of having a successful season have...

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Soccer Plays to a 2-2 Tie in Season Opener

Saturday, September 1, 2007 Raleigh, NC- The 2007 Salem College Soccer Team earned a 2-2 tie Saturday afternoon as they played Peace College in the first contest of the season. Amber Bryant (Jonesville, NC) scored both of the Spirits goals as Salem took a 2-0 lead. Bryants two goals were...

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Salem Prevails in Overtime 1-0!

September 4, 2007 Winston-Salem, NC- With 2:09 left to go in overtime, Tara Madden, a first-year student-athlete from Greenville, SC, scored to lift the Salem College Womens Soccer Team to a 1-0 victory over visiting Sweet Briar College (0-2). The Spirits battled hard throughout the game with the defense allowing...

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