Tennessee Women's Tennis Year-by-Year Archive

2014 Season

Eve Repic

Record: 13-13
SEC Finish: 6-7 (6th)
Postseason: NCAA 1st Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

Tennessee advanced to its 20th consecutive NCAA Tournament and 24th overall.

Freshman Eve Repic was named the ITA Ohio Valley Region Rookie of the Year, to the All-SEC Second Team and SEC All-Freshman team in her first season on Rocky Top while also earning a spot in the NCAA Singles Championship.

2013 Season

Kata Szekely

Record: 12-11
SEC Finish: 7-6 (3rd East)
Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

Tennessee advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 19th straight season and 23rd overall and reached the Second Round of the tournament for the seventh straight season.

Kata Szekely and Brynn Boren, ranked in the top-5 in the country the entire spring season, earned All-American honors by advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships.

2012 Season

Natalie Pluskota

Record: 15-13
SEC Finish: 4-7 (5th East)
Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

Tennessee opened the season 9-3 and reached No. 5 nationally for the first time since 2001 before injuries derailed a strong start.

Natalie Pluskota and Kata Szekely earned All-American honors by advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships, and Pluskota also earned All-American status by advancing to the Round of 16 in singles.

2011 Season

Rosalia Alda

Record: 20-8
SEC Finish: 9-2
Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

The Lady Vols advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament before dropping a heartbreaker to Vanderbilt in Knoxville.

Co-head coaches Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick were named the ITA Ohio Valley Region's co-head coaches of the year for the second consecutive season, while Rosalia Alda (ITA Ohio Valley Region Senior Player of the Year, 1st team All-SEC), Brynn Boren (2nd team All-SEC, ITA OVR Rookie of the Year) and Natalie Pluskota (1st team All SEC) earned individual honors.

2010 Season

Caitlin Whoriskey

Record: 19-9
SEC Finish: 8-3; t-2nd
Postseason: NCAA Quarterfinals
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

Tennessee reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament before losing to No. 5 Notre Dame.

Caitlin Whoriskey and Natalie Pluskota reached the finals of the NCAA Tournament, while Whoriskey also reached the round of 16 in singles and earned ITA National Senior Player of the Year and singles and doubles All-American honors.

2009 Season

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Record: 18-7
SEC Finish: 8-3; t-2nd
Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

After finishing second in the SEC, the Lady Vols advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive season.

Caitlin Whoriskey and Natalie Pluskota won the ITA All-America Doubles Championship and reached semifinals of NCAA Doubles Championships.

2008 Season

Ghizela Schutte

Record: 15-10
SEC Finish: 6-5; 4th
Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

Tennessee lost in second round at Georgia Tech. The Lady Vols finished the season 15-10, including a 6-5 record in SEC play, leading to a 24th-place finish in the ITA Rankings.

2007 Season

Blakeley Griffith

Record: 14-11
SEC Finish: 6-5; t-5th
Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

The Lady Vols bounced back with a strong year, advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament before losing at Vanderbilt.

Blakeley Griffith was named SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year for the second time in her career, earning All-SEC First Team singles honors and being selected to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America First Team.

2006 Season

Victoria Jones

Record: 12-13
SEC Finish: 6-5; 5th
Postseason: NCAA 1st Round
Coaches: Mike Patrick and Sonia Hahn-Patrick

Struggling through the season with an injury-depleted roster, Tennessee was eliminated in the first round of the NCAA Tournament while posting an overall record of 12-13 finishing 32nd in the final ITA rankings.

Blakeley Griffith became an ITA Southeast Region Indoor Singles Champion, while earning ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Third Team honors.

2005 Season

Sabita-Maharaj

Record: 15-9
SEC Finish: 7-4; 4th
Postseason: t-17th NCAA
Coach: Mike Patrick (19th season)

With an overall record of 15-9 and a 7-4 league record, the Lady Vols finished fourth in the SEC and 18th in the final ITA rankings, while advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Blakeley Griffith was the SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year and was named to ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District IV Second Team.

2004 Season

Melissa-Schaub

Record: 15-14
SEC Finish: 7-4; 4th
Postseason: t-9th NCAA
Coach: Mike Patrick (18th season)

Tennessee once again reached the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament. The Lady Vols finished 19th in the ITA rankings after boasting a 15-14 record and finishing fourth in the SEC.

Sabita Maharaj was named to the All-SEC First Team in singles

2003 Season

Vilmarie-Castellvi

Record: 22-7
SEC Finish: 9-2; 2nd
Postseason: t-9th NCAA
Coach: Mike Patrick (17th season)

The Lady Vols returned to the Round of 16 before losing to Vanderbilt. Tennessee finished second in SEC with a 9-2 conference record, while going 22-7 overall and recording a 10th-place finish in final ITA rankings.

In her senior year Vilmarie Castellvi finished her career as the all-time singles wins record-holder with a 140-51 record. Castellvi reached the finals of the NCAA Singles Championships before falling to Amber Liu of Stanford. Her honors included: All-American in singles and doubles, SEC Player of the Year, ITA National Senior Player of the Year, Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Female Amateur Athlete of the Year and Honda Sports Award for Women's Tennis.

2002 Season

Crystal-Cleveland

Record: 21-10
SEC Finish: 7-4; 5th
Postseason: t-3rd NCAA
Coach: Mike Patrick (16th season)

After finishing fourth in the SEC, Tennessee reached the final four for the first time in school history, defeating No. 4 Vanderbilt, 4-3, in the quarterfinals to get there. The Lady Vols finished with a 21-10 overall record and a 12th-place finish in the final ITA rankings.

Vilmarie Castellvi was an All-American in singles, as she reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championships. Crystal Cleveland was All-SEC first team in singles.

2001 Season

Alison-Ojeda

Record: 25-4
SEC Finish: 10-1; 2nd
Postseason: t-9th NCAA
Coach: Mike Patrick (15th season)

The Lady Vols finished second in the SEC with a 10-1 conference record, while finishing with a 25-4 overall record. Tennessee reached the Round of 16 for the second consecutive season in the NCAA Tournament and placed sixth in the final ITA rankings.

Individually, Vilmarie Castellvi was named to the All-SEC first team. Crystal Cleveland and Alison Ojeda were All-SEC first team doubles selections. Ojeda was also a singles All-American and won the Southeast Region Arthur Ashe Jr. Leadership in Sportsmanship Award.

 

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