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CU falls at Belmont, 7-0
LEBANON, Tenn. – Angelica Sepulveda and Tarsha de Souza won their No. 1 doubles match but Belmont posted wins in the other two doubles outings and all six singles matches for a 7-0 victory over Cumberland in women’s tennis action Friday night at Brentwood Swim & Tennis Club in Nashville, Tenn.
CU falls at Belmont, 7-0
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Schedule & Results
Fri, 2/5 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff  W 7-0
Fri, 2/12 at Belmont Univ.  L 7-0
Green and Gray Invitational
Fri, 2/19 vs Middle Georgia State  11 a.m.
Sat, 2/20 vs SCAD-Savannah  5 p.m.
Sun, 2/21 vs Xavier [LA] Univ.  9 a.m.
Fri, 3/4 Indiana Wesleyan  11 a.m.
Sat, 3/5 Univ. of Cumberlands * Noon
Georgia Gwinnett Invitational
Fri, 3/11 at Georgia Gwinnett  3 p.m.
Sat, 3/12 vs William Carey  3 p.m.
Sat, 3/19 Bellarmine Univ.  1 p.m.
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All-Time Honors and Awards

NAIA National Tournament Appearances
1999, 2008, 2013

TranSouth Conference Champions
2008, 2010

1999 Mid-South Conference Champions

NAIA All-Americans

  • Natasha Yakimovich - First Team (2008)
  • Angelica Sepulveda - Second Team (2013, 2015)

TranSouth Conference Player of the Year

  • Bea Mompó-Rebaque (2010)

TranSouth Conference Coach of the Year

  • Bill McCormick (2013)
  • Bill McCormick (2010)
  • Bill Riddle (2008)
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