|University of the South: Sewanee
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. III
|Head Coach:||Conchie Shackelford|
|Assistant Coach:||Currie Martin|
|Student Population:||Less than 2,500|
|Top Div. III Classes:||
#17 in 2012, #15 in 2011, #23 in 2010
Finished first in the SAA conference regular season and the SAA conference championship tournament. Did not drop a set in the entire tournament. Bronte Goodhue named the SAA Player of the Year, Lindsey Liles named the SAA Newcomer of the Year, Conchie Shackelford named the SAA Coach of the Year. Goodhue, Liles, Jenny Liles and Annie Veron named to the All-Conference team. Annie Veron named to the SAA All-Sportsmanship team. Jenny Liles named the SAA Woman of the Year.
Post Season Highlights
Ranked #15 NCAA
ITA All-Academic Team
19-6 team record
received a bid to the NCAA tournament as a team and Bronte Goodhue, Jenny Liles and Lindsey Liles received a bid to the NCAA individual tournament.
team received a bid to the NCAA tournament defeating Washington and Lee in the round of 32 and bowing out to NCAA runners-up Emory University in the round of 16. Jenny Liles reached the round of 16 in the NCAA tournament beforing bowing out to the #6 seed; Jenny and Lindsey Liles reached the quarterfinals in doubles before bowing out to the NCAA national champion Amherst College and Bronte Goodhue lost in the first round to NCAA national champion Middlebury.
Jenny Liles named the SAA Woman of the Year, CoSIDA Academic All-District team, All-American in singles and doubles, All Conference, Sewanee Female Athlete of the Year, ITA Scholar Athlete and the 2013 class Valedictorian. Jenny was ranked #28 in the nation in singles and #7 in the nation in doubles. Bronte Goodhue named the SAA Player of the Year, All Conference, All-American and ITA Scholar Athlete. Bronte was ranked #20 in the nation in singles. Lindsey Liles named the SAA Newcomer of the Year, All-American in doubles, All Conference and ITA Scholar Athlete. Lindsey was ranked #7 in the nation in doubles. Annie Veron named All Conference and the SAA Sportsmanship team. Julia Wood named ITA Scholar Athlete. Conchie Shackelford named the SAA Coach of the Year.
coaching record 0f 469-159. Over 26 years of NCAA selections in team/individuals. Best win/loss record of any Sewanee coach. Coached over 30 All-Americans. Served as a chairman on the ITA and NCAA committee; chaired the ITA regional awards. Been named SCAC coach of the year and ITA Atlantic South coach of the Year on multiple occasions. SAA Coach of the Year in 2013.