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University of the South: Sewanee Men | Women

Division:NCAA - Div. III
Location:Sewanee, TN
Head Coach:Conchie Shackelford
Assistant Coach:Felix Mann
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Small town
Student Population:Less than 2,500
Top Div. III Classes: R.V. in 2017, #16 in 2016, #16 in 2015, #18 in 2014, #17 in 2012, #15 in 2011, #23 in 2010

Conference Highlights
Finished first in the SAA conference regular season and the SAA conference championship tournament. Bronte Goodhue named the SAA Player of the Year, Conchie Shackelford named the SAA Coach of the Year. Goodhue, Lindsey Liles, Christina Merchant, Clementina Davila, Maggie Crumbliss and Annie Veron named to the All-Conference team. Taylor Childress named to the SAA All-Sportsmanship team. Bronte Goodhue named SAA Tournament MVP and Lindsey Liles named to the SAA All-tournament team. Bronte Goodhue named SAA Woman of The Year.
Post Season Highlights
Ranked #12 NCAA

ITA All-Academic Team

19-6 overall record

NCAA Sweet !6

received a bid to the NCAA tournament as a team and Bronte Goodhue and Lindsey Liles received a bid to the NCAA individual tournament.
Tournament Highlights
team received a bid to the NCAA tournament defeating Agnes Scott in the round of 64 5-0, Washington Univesity 5-4 in the round of 32 and losing to #2 Emory 5-2 in the Sweet 16. Bronte Goodhue and Lindsey Liles qualified for the NCAA in singles and doubles. Goodhue lost to Ria Gerger of Middlebury in the first round and Liles lost to Ariana Iranapour of Chicago in the first round. In doubles, Liles and Goodhue defeated Hruska/Len of Pomona Pitzer in the round of 16 and lost to Williams team of Shin/Reventos 6-1 in the 3rd in the quarterfinals of doubles.
Individual Achievements
Bronte Goodhue named the Sewanee 2015 Class Valedictorian, Sewanee Senior Female Athlete of the Year, SAA Woman of the Year, NCAA Woman of the Year nominee, CO-SIDA All American, NCAA Post-Graduate nominee, SAA Player of the Year, SAA Tournament MVP, All-American in singles and doubles, Atlantic South Most Improved Player (senior) and an ITA Scholar Athlete. Bronte was ranked #15 in the nation in singles and #10 in doubles with Lindsey Liles. Lindsey Liles was named an All-American in singles and doubles,SAA All Conference,SAA All Tournament, ITA Atlantic South Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship and Leadership award winner, NCAA Elite 89 recipient and ITA Scholar Athlete. Lindsey was ranked #10 in the nation in doubles with Goodhue and #33 in singles. Christina Merchant, Clementina Davila, Maggie Crumbliss and Annie Veron named All Conference . Taylor Childress named to the SAA Sportsmanship team. Conchie Shackelford named SAA Coach of the Year.
Coaching Achievements
coaching record 0f 509-170. Over 28 years of NCAA selections in team/individuals. Best win/loss record of any Sewanee coach. Achieved historic milestone for being first Sewanee coach to ever attain 500 wins. 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 2013,2014,2015.
9/23 Anna Alons chooses Missouri State
9/22 Thomas Jahn chooses Clemson
9/22 Nathan Blumberg chooses Ouachita Baptist
9/22 Annalise Klopfer chooses Navy
9/21 Solymar Colling chooses San Diego
9/20 Emilee Astle chooses BYU
9/20 Rohan Gupta chooses Colgate
9/19 Anish Sriniketh chooses St. Edward's (TX)
9/19 Sarah Hickey chooses Bryant
9/19 William Woodall chooses Virginia

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