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Tennis - Mon, Nov 28, 2016

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announced the hiring of Norman Kalkhoff as the tennis coach for the Phoenix. Kalkhoff brings more than 25 years of experience coaching at the high, collegiate and club levels.

The Charlestown, Indiana, native spent six years (1990-95) as head coach at the University of the South and worked as a teacher, basketball and tennis coach for 15 years at Battle Ground Academy in Nashville. Kalkhoff has also worked for the last six years as Assistant Pro at Nashville Village Athletic Club, overseeing operations of the club and teaching lessons as well as coordinating clinics for all ages.

Women's Tennis - Fri, Sep 23, 2016

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Campbellsville University's director of athletics Rusty Hollingsworth announced the addition of Kristen Hamrick as the first full-time women's tennis coach in program history this week.

Women's Tennis - Wed, May 25, 2016

NAIA Women's Tennis Coaches' Top 25 Poll

COLUMBIA, Ky. -- Cumberland (Tenn.), Georgetown (Ky.) and Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) close out the 2016 season ranked inside the NAIA Women's Tennis Coaches' Top 25 Poll, NAIA officials announced on Wednesday.

Lindsey Wilson leads the trio in the postseason poll at No. 2. The Blue Raiders (21-5) received 302 voting points from the national raters after falling 5-4 to Georgia Gwinnett in the national championship match last week in Mobile, Alabama.

Women's Tennis - Tue, May 24, 2016

NAIA Women's Tennis All-America Teams

COLUMBIA, Ky. – A trio of Mid-South Conference women's tennis student-athletes have been named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America team, NAIA officials announced on Tuesday.

Cumberland (Tenn.) Angelica Sepulveda, Cumberlands (Ky.) Isabella Dale and Lindsey Wilson's (Ky.) Jessica King were among 32 student-athletes selected to the two all-America teams.

Women's Tennis - Sat, May 21, 2016

MOBILE, Ala. – The Lindsey Wilson women's tennis team took top-ranked Georgia Gwinnett to the brink, but the Blue Raiders eventually fell in a 5-4 thriller in the NAIA National Championship match on Saturday morning at the Mobile Tennis Center.

The third-seeded Blue Raiders (21-5) gave the Grizzlies (18-2) all they could handle in their first-ever appearance in the national championship final, but Georgia Gwinnett rallied from behind and took the lead when it mattered most, on the final point of the match.

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