“It was an amazing season.” Chris Rosca ’16’s feeling about how the season went definitely reflects all the accomplishments of the girls varsity tennis team this past season. The team was a state finalist, and its regular season record was 12-1.
This is the second straight year that the girls varsity team has been a state finalist; additionally, the team is only graduating one senior. Thus, almost everyone from the varsity team will come back more experienced and ready to win, and the girls look forward to a strong upcoming season.
With all these accomplishments, one could see why expectations ride high for this team. “I [knew] we could at least win sectionals, because of our success the year before whe[n] we went to state finals,” said Katelyn Hojeibane ’15.
Even for a state finalist team, there are always improvements to be made. “We could have had more practice time,” says Rosca. In addition, Hojeibane said that the team “probably could have taken practice a little more seriously and not goof[ed] off as much”.
All in all, the team had a very accomplished season, with a well-earned win at
sectionals and a deep state run.