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Women's Tennis Finishes Second At LMC Tournament; Murakami Player of Year
Oct. 7, 2003
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team finished second at the Lake Michigan Conference Tournament held Oct. 5th and 6th in Madison. The Muskies finished with 31.5 points, 12.5 points behind winner Wisconsin Lutheran (44 points). Edgewood College placed third with 30 points, Concordia took fourth with 17.5 points, Marian College finished fifth with 6.5 points and MSOE completed the scoring with a sixth place finish (4 points). Full story...
Women's Tennis Falls To Lawrence
Sept. 30, 2003
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team fell to Lawrence University 6-3 Tuesday afternoon in Sheboygan in a non-conference match-up. The Muskies concluded the regular season with a 5-3 overall record, while the Vikings improved to 6-5-1. Full story...
Muskies Tennis Falls To Wisconsin Lutheran In tight Match
Sept. 27, 2003
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team fell 5-4 in a tight match versus Wisconsin Lutheran Saturday afternoon in New Berlin. With the loss, the Muskies moved to 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the Lake Michigan Conference, to finish in second place. Lutheran won conference with a 5-0 mark and is currently 7-2 overall. Full story...
Women's Tennis Tiptoes Past Edgewood
Sept. 24, 2003
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team defeated the Edgewood Eagles at home on Wednesday afternoon by the score of 5-4. With the victory the Muskies maintained their perfect record in the LMC at 4-0, good for a first place tie with Wisconsin Lutheran. Edgewood fell to 1-7 overall and 1-2 in the LMC. Full story...
Women's Tennis Dismantles MSOE
Sept. 20, 2003
The Lakeland Muskies Women's Tennis Team rolled past the Raiders of MSOE at Lakeland on Saturday, 8-1. The Muskies improved to 4-1 overall and remain undefeated at 3-0 in the LMC, while MSOE fell to 0-3 overall and 0-2 in the LMC. Full story...
Women's Tennis Wins Third Straight Match
Sept. 19, 2003
The Muskies women's tennis team defeated Mount Mary College on Thursday, September 18th in Milwaukee. The 5-4 victory was the third straight win for the Muskies. Lakeland improved to 3-1 overall and 2-0 in the Lake Michigan Conference, while Mount Mary dropped to 0-5 overall. Full story...
Women's Tennis Wins Second Straight
Sept. 16, 2003
Lakeland's Women's Tennis defeated Concordia WI, 5-4 Tuesday afternoon in Mequon. The Muskies are now 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the LMC. Concordia fell to 1-3 overall and 1-2 in conference. Full story...
Women's Tennis Knocks Off Marian 7-2
Sept. 13, 2003
The Muskies Women's Tennis Team defeated the Marian Sabres 7-2 Saturday morning in Fond du Lac. Lakeland picked up their first win of the season to move to 1-1 overall and 1-0 in the Lake Michigan Conference. Marian dropped to 0-4 overall and 0-1 in LMC play. Full story...
Women's Tennis Drops Season Opener In Hard Fought Battle
Sept. 5, 2003
The Lakeland Muskies Women's Tennis Team dropped a tough 5-4 decision to Elmhurst College Friday afternoon in Sheboygan. The Muskies, the defending Lake Michigan Conference champions, dropped to 0-1 following the non-conference match. Elmhurst moved to 2-0. Full story...
Lakeland Women's Tennis Wins First Conference
October 9, 2002
Sheboygan, Wis - The Lakeland College women's tennis team won the schools first ever conference championship this past weekend at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin. The Muskies, who placed third in the conference a year ago, finished the tournament with 40 points, nine better than second place Concordia. Full story...
Women's Tennis Finishes LMC Undefeated
Oct. 1, 2002
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team moved their record to 6-0 overall and finished the Lake Michigan Conference regular season with a perfect 5-0 mark after a 6-3 victory over Marian College Tuesday afternoon in Sheboygan.
The Muskies accomplished this feat shorthanded as Heidi Heling was out with an injury. Lakeland used just five players and was forced to forfeit #6 singles and #3 doubles, but still came away with the impressive win.
Lakeland's top four players, Hanaka Murakami, Heather Ourada, Akiko Matsuhashi and Cody Carlson, won their singles and doubles matches. Murakami, Ourada and Carlson finished the conference season undefeated and should earn top seeding at the conference tournament this weekend. Furthermore, Murakami and Ourada are also undefeated at #1 doubles.
Matsuhashi proved to be the key player in Tuesday's match when she beat a previously unbeaten opponent at #3 singles 6-2, 6-2. She also was bumped up from #3 doubles to replace Heling at #2 doubles and teamed with Carlson for an easy 8-1 win.
The Muskies play a non-conference match at home on Wednesday verses Mount Mary before competing in the LMC Tournament on Oct. 6th and 7th at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison.
Women's Tennis Moves to 5-0 With Easy Victory
Sept. 30, 2002
The Lakeland College women's Tennis Team remained unbeaten with an easy 8-0 victory over MSOE in a rescheduled match in Sheboygan on Monday. The win improved the Muskies to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the Lake Michigan Conference.
Lakeland's #1 through #4 players all won by 6-0, 6-0 scores. The #5 and #6 matches were won by forfeit. The doubles matches also were easy for Lakeland as they won #1 and #2 doubles 8-0 while #3 was not played. MSOE was missing two of their top players due to scheduling conflicts.
Lakeland's next match is October 1st when they host Marian College.
Women's Tennis Stays Unbeaten
Sept. 28, 2002
The Lakeland College women's Tennis Team remained unbeaten with a hard-fought 5-4 victory over Concordia in Sheboygan on Saturday. The win improved the Muskies to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the Lake Michigan Conference.
The Muskies were led once again by Hanaka Murakami and Heather Ourada, both of who remained undefeated in singles and as doubles partners. Cody Carlson also remained undefeated at #4 singles and sealed the match with her important win.
Carlson also teamed with Heidi Heling to win Lakeland's other victory at #2 doubles
Lakeland's next match is September 30 when they host MSOE in a rescheduled match.
Women's Tennis Defeats Wisconsin Lutheran; Remains
Sept. 25, 2002
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team remained undefeated with a 6-3 victory over Wisconsin Lutheran Wednesday afternoon in Milwaukee.
The match was more difficult than the score indicated as Lutheran won two of the three doubles matches to take an early lead. Lakeland's sole double victory came at #1 doubles when Heather Ourada and Hanaka Murakami won 8-5.
Murakami also won at #1 singles defeating Katie Wrobel, the Lake Michigan Conference defending champion at that position. Ourada easily won at #2 singles and Cody Carlson won at #4; all three are undefeated in singles play this year.
In two key matches, Akiko Matsuhashi went to a second set tiebreaker to win at #3 singles and Nicki Smith went to a third set tiebreaker at #6 to win her first set of the year.
The Muskies next LMC match is this Saturday when they host Concordia
Women's Tennis Wins Again
Sept. 21, 2002
The Lakeland College Women's Tennis Team improved their record to 2-0 with an impressive 7-2 win over Edgewood College. It was the first conference loss of the year for Edgewood, the defending Lake Michigan Conference Champions.
The entire Muskies lineup played well today, but the key match was at #2 singles where Heather Ourada overcame a first set defeat but went on to win to win the second and third sets for the victory. Newcomer Hanaka Murakami was also impressive, beating a strong veteran Edgewood player 6-1, 6-2.
The next match is wednesday, Sept. 25th at Wisconsin Lutheran.
Women's Tennis Prevails Over Lawrence in Season Opener
Sept. 12, 2002
The Lakeland College Muskies overcame the forfeiture of two matches but still dominated host Lawrence University 7-2 Thursday in Lakeland's season opener in Appleton.
The Muskies were led by the stellar play of standouts Heather Ourada and Hanaka Nakamuri. Ourada (sr.), the team's captain and only returning player from last year's third-place Lake Michigan Conference team, easily won at #2 singles 6-3, 6-2, and teamed with Nakmuri to overwhelm Lawrence at #1 doubles 8-0. Nakamuri debuted at #1 singles and was a smashing success with an easy 6-2, 6-0 victory.
The key match was the #2 doubles match played early in the contest that set the tone for the day. Heidi Heling and Cody Carlson made an improbable rally from a 0-5 defecit to win 9-7. This was nothing new for this tandem as they teamed together at UW-Sheboygan and won the state 2-year college doubles championship in 2000. Both Heling and Carlson went on to easily win their single matches at #5 and #4 respectively.
A fourth newcomer, Akiko Matsuhashi, won at #3 singles to complete the sweep of the matches actually played.
Lakeland's next match is September 17th when the Muskies take on MSOE in Milwaukee.
Women's Tennis Finishes 3rd; Schmidt Wins Again
Oct. 9, 2001
The Lakeland College Muskies recently competed in the Lake Michigan Conference Women's Tennis Championships at the Nielsen Center in Madison on Sunday and Monday, Oct. 7 and 8.
The Muskies brought home a 3rd place finish overall and had one individual champion. Edgewood and Wisconsin Lutheran took first and second respectively, with each team having 4 first place finishes at the tournament.
The final team standings were: 1st: Edgewood with
39.5 points (29.5 points at tournament + 10 dual match points) 2nd:
Wisconsin Lutheran with 37.5 points (29.5 points at tournament + 8 dual
match points) 3rd: Lakeland with 25.5 points
(19.5 points at tournament + 6 dual match points)
4th: Concordia with 18 points (14 points at tournament + 4 dual
match points) 5th: Marian with 7 points (5
points at tournament + 2 points dual match points)
6th: MSOE with 6 points (6 points at tournament + 0 dual match
For Lakeland, Colleen Schmidt repeated as the conference champion at #6 singles. She came from behind after losing the first set to Katie Arneson of Edgewood, 3-6. Colleen won the second and third sets 6-2 and 6-1 in a 2 hour and 45 minute match. She finished the year undefeated in the conference at her position.
Heather Ourada also turned in an outstanding performance by reaching the finals at both #1 singles and #1 doubles. Heather defeated Julie Lichon of MSOE and the #2 seed, Keely Williams of Edgewood before losing to Katie Wrobel of Wisconsin Lutheran. Wrobel finished the season undefeated in the conference this year. Ourada and her doubles teammate Alex Reed reached the finals by beating Wisconsin Lutheran 9-7 after being down by a 4-7 score in the semifinals. They lost a close match in the finals to Edgewood 6-4, 6-3.
Lakeland's other results were: Reed finished third at #2 singles, Cassie Strandberg finished fifth at #3 singles, Samantha Trombley finished fourth at #4 singles, and Lisa Wedekind finished third at #5 singles. In doubles, Schmidt and Wedekind finished third at #2 while Trombley and Strandberg finished fourth at #3. Both teams lost 9-8 semifinal matches in tiebreakers.
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