The last time the Concordia Women’s Tennis program finished out a full season, it nearly won the 2019 GPAC tournament title. The Bulldogs have hopes of returning to that level in 2021.
Fresh off a record breaking 2019 campaign, a talent-rich Bulldog squad aims to finish the deal this season. Coach David DeSimone's team is long on experience, depth and talent.
The 2019 Concordia women's tennis team set a new, high standard for the program. Led by Marlene Maier at the top of the lineup, the Bulldogs broke the program wins record and reached the GPAC championship match.
On the heels of three GPAC semifinal appearances in a row, the Bulldogs hope to break through and reach the title match this spring. Concordia welcomed in an impact transfer in Marlene Maier.
Based on the final month of the 2017 season, Concordia women’s tennis appears that it may be ready for a breakthrough. Led by senior Annie Horn, the Bulldogs have hopes of moving beyond the GPAC semifinals.
A native of Denver, Colo., Annie Horn has brought a big city game to Concordia. The standout senior is coming off a junior season that saw her win 15 singles matches and go undefeated against GPAC opponents.
The 2016 Bulldogs were made up of almost exclusively freshmen and sophomores. A year later, Coach Joel Reckewey has a much more experienced roster led by the likes of Alison Ebel, Annie Horn and Kayla Smock.
Despite the young athletes on the Concordia women’s tennis team, the Bulldogs proved to be a GPAC contender in the 2016 season. The team, made up of freshmen and sophomores, went 5-3 in the conference this year.
A young Concordia women's tennis team rides into the GPAC tournament with a four-match win streak and more confidence than ever before.