WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS CHAMPIONS FOR 2019

One last round of congratulations for the women’s tennis champions in the divisions covered here at Balladeer’s Blog: 

georgia gwinnettNAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)

National Champions – GEORGIA GWINNETT COLLEGE GRIZZLIES (Four-peat) 

Runners-Up – Keiser University Seahawks

2018 Champions – Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzlies 

Barry Buccaneers logoNCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) DIVISION TWO

National Champions – BARRY UNIVERSITY BUCCANEERS (Three-peat)

Runners-Up – Lynn University Fighting Knights

2018 Champions – Barry University Buccaneers 

Wesleyan CardinalsNCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) DIVISION THREE

National Champions – WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY CARDINALS

Runners-Up – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps College Athenas

2018 Champions – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps College Athenas

ASA Miami Silver Storm logoNJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) DIVISION ONE

National Champions – ASA COLLEGE (FL) SILVER STORM

Runners-Up – Hillsborough College Hawks

2018 Champions – Tyler College Apaches 

Oxford College of Emory EaglesNJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) DIVISION THREE (No tennis for Division Two)

National Champions – OXFORD COLLEGE OF EMORY UNIVERSITY EAGLES

Runners-Up – Suffolk County College Sharks

2018 Champions – Oxford College of Emory University Eagles 

Orange Coast College letter logoCCCAA (California Community College Athletic Association)

Overall Champions – ORANGE COAST COLLEGE PIRATES

Runners-Up – Foothills College Owls

2018 Champions – Cerritos College Falcons

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3 responses to “WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS CHAMPIONS FOR 2019

  1. Carrie

    I’m glad you cover some women’s sports.

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