McPhail named RMAC player of the year

By Doug Fitzgerald published April 22, 2006

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Katie McPhail was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Year, the conference announced Friday.

McPhail, who was also named first-team All-RMAC, posted an 11-10 record at No. 1 singles in her fourth season of RMAC competition. She also had a 13-8 doubles record.

Teammates Natascha Vander Molen and Katelyn Towne were named second-team All-RMAC. Vander Molen earned the honor at No. 3 singles and Towne did so at No. 5 singles.

Towne and Charis Lopez were named honorable mention All-RMAC at No. 3 doubles.

 

UCCS Players/Staff Featured

Natascha Vander-MolenNatascha Vander-MolenSr.
Natascha Vander-MolenNatascha Vander-MolenSr.
Katie McPhailKatie McPhail
Katie McPhailKatie McPhail
Katie McPhailKatie McPhail
Katelyn TowneKatelyn Towne
Additional News Stories
April 21, 2006Comeback falls short as UCCS eliminated from RMAC women's tennis tournamentDENVER - A brilliant comeback fell agonizingly short as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs fell 5-4 to the Mesa State Mavericks in the semifinals of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tennis Tournament Friday afternoon at Gates Tennis Center.
April 21, 2006Women's tennis tops Kearney in RMAC semifinalsDENVER - Trailing 3-0 in the first set of her singles match against Nebraska-Kearney's Callie Erickson, Natascha Vander Molen found what she had been looking for - consistency.
April 19, 2006UCCS women's tennis team crushed Colorado Christian 9-0The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team crushed the Colorado Christian University Cougars 9-0 on Wednesday at the Country Club of Colorado.
April 18, 2006McPhail, Schmidt shine in loss to Sonoma StateCOLORADO SPRINGS - Katie McPhail scored her second consecutive singles victory over a hard-hitting opponent but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was unable to overcome the No. 6 ranked team in the West Region as the Mountain Lions fell 7-2 to the Sonoma State Seawolves Tuesday at the Country Club of Colorado.
Visit our Facebook pageVisit the UCCS Mount Lion's Twitter pageVisit the UCCS Mountain Lions Youtube pageVisit UCCS Rss feeds