||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. III
|Location:||New London, CT|
|Head Coach:||Chris O'Brien|
|Student Population:||Less than 2,500|
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|Top Div. III Classes:||
#23 in 2014
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2014 Top NCAA Division III Women's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network wraps up its spring recruiting class
rankings with a look at the D-III women. Today we present our list
of the Top 25 NCAA D-III women's recruiting classes for 2014. Once
again, the Eagles soar at the top of the rankings.
||Ten Camels Honored as Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars|
||Connecticut College 7, Colby College 2 Marcoux & Warren Lead Camels Past Mules in Season Finale|
||Hamilton College 7, Connecticut College 2 Sieverding/Drljaca Post Win at #1 Doubles for Camels|
||#19 Tufts University 8, Connecticut College 1 Drljaca Posts Victory at #1 Singles for Camels|
||#1 Williams College 9, Connecticut College 0 Drljaca Wins First Set at #1 Singles for Camels|
||Connecticut College 5, Bates College 4 Drljaca, Sieverding Lead Camels to First NESCAC Win|
||#9 Middlebury College 5, Connecticut College 0|
||#17 Wesleyan University 9, Connecticut College 0 Studwell Plays Close Match at #5 Singles for Camels|
||#34 Triinity College 9, Connecticut College 0 Studwell Drops Close Decision at #5 Singles for Camels|
||Camels Top Smith, Fall to Mount Holyoke|
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