Duvall named second-team All-RMAC

By Doug Fitzgerald published April 23, 2004

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs freshman Nikki Duvall was named second-team All-RMAC at No. 6 singles, the conference announced Friday.

Duval, from Mililani, Hawaii, posted a 4-2 record at the No. 6 spot this spring.

2004 RMAC Women's Tennis
All-Conference Teams

First-Team Singles
No. 1 Rebecca Meares, Metropolitan State
No. 2 Jessic Meares, Metropolitan State
No. 3 Margo Rainey, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 4 Marissa Brown, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 5 Taya Bachman, Metropolitan State
No. 6 Annette Chevarria, Metropolitan State

Second-Team Singles
No. 1 Kindi Vaughan, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 2 Morgan Sawyer, Mesa State
No. 3 Mercedes Pollmeier, Metropolitan State
No. 4 Natalie Ilott, Metropolitan State
No. 5 Maggie Welte, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 6 Nikki Duval, CU-Colorado Springs

Honorable Mention Singles
No. 5 Teresa Cyre, Fort Hays State
No. 6 Kristy Prill, Mesa State

First-Team Doubles
No. 1 Jessica Meares/Rebecca Meares, Metropolitan State
No. 2 Natalie Ilott/Mercedes Pollmeier, Metropolitan State
No. 3 Marissa Brown/September Sisneros, Colorado State-Pueblo

Second-Team Doubles
No. 1 Amber Bettis/Kindi Vaughan, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 2 Margo Rainey/Maggie Welte, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 3 Taya Bachman/Annette Chevarria, Metropolitan State

Honorable Mention Doubles
No. 1 Emily Hydrick/Morgan Sawyer, Mesa State
No. 2 Drisa Carrizo/Jennifer Smith, Mesa State

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