The women finished 6th after defeating Florida Southern 5-4 in the season finale.
Krisitina Huba was named to SSC Second Team All Conference in singles.
Kristina Huba finished the year with 30 wins and ranked 5th Nationally in singles winning the South ITA Regional Singles Title and placing 3rd in the Small College Nationals.
The team finished with its highest national ranking of 17.
Kristina Huba was voted as the ITA South Region Player to Watch.
Natalia Ramos finished 14th in the Nation in singles and was named as an ITA All-American in 2010...the first player to ever do so at Florida Tech!
Natalia Ramos and Abby Grief were All Conference selections in doubles in 2010 and 2009 and were ranked in the Top 20 Nationally in doubles.
Post Season Highlights
We advanced to the NCAA Regional for the fourth consecutive year and we finished with our best national team rank of 17!
We advanced to the NCAA Regional's and finished ranked 20th nationally for the second consecutive year!
We advanced to the second round of the NCAA Regional's and finished ranked 20th Nationally!
Natalia Ramos was selected as an ITA All American. She was ranked 14th nationally in singles and 21st in doubles.
2013 Kristina Huba wins the Panther Invitational and the ITA South Region Singles Title while placing 3rd at the Small college Nationals.
2010 Junior Katarina Huba upset two of the top seeds before losing in the finals at the CL Varner Tournament.
2009 Junior Natalia Ramos, who is a Mechanical Engineering major, won the Georgia College Singles Championship this October and she was a quarterfinalist in the ITA Regional.
Ramos teamed with freshman Abby Greif, who is a psychology major, at the Georgia College tournament. They finished second together.
Kristina Huba finishes the season as FIT's career leader in singles wins with 80 and 4th all-time in doubles with 79.
Kristina Huba finishes season with 30 singles wins and a#5 National Ranking
Katarina Huba finished the season ranked 30th nationally in singles and 13th nationally in doubles with her sister Kristina.
Kristina Huba finished the season ranked 35th nationally in singles.
Katarina Huba finished the season ranked 25th nationally in singles and 9th nationally in doubles with her sister Kristina.
Our team's grade point average was 3.4 this year.
Natalia Ramos was the National ITA recipient of the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for 2010!
Andrew Veeder was named ITA South Region Assistant Coach of the Year.
Bill Macom picked up career win number 300!
Bill Macom was voted USPTA Florida College Coach of the Year for 2010.
Bill Macom was voted USTPTA Melbourne District Pro of the Year in 2009.
Bill Macom was voted the 2007-08 National USPTA College Coach of the Year and the 2007-08 Florida USPTA College Coach of the Year.