Three women's tennis players honored on All-ODAC teams

Three tennis players hit shots. Text: ODAC logo, all-conference, Lynchburg Hornet logo

Forest, Va. -- Following one of the most successful seasons in program history, the Lynchburg College women's tennis team has placed three players on the Old Dominion Athletic Conference's all-conference teams, the league announced Monday.

Sophomore Christina Harris (Falls Church, Va.) and juniors Lilli Altenburg (Lexington, Va.) and Sarah Wyly (Leesburg, Va.) appeared on the league's superlative list.

Harris was named first-team All-ODAC at No. 1 singles for the second year in a row, and she also earned a repeat honor at No. 1 doubles, where she and Wyly were named to the second team.

Altenburg earned second-team all-league honors at No. 4 singles for her second-career league accolade.

Enjoying one the most successful singles seasons in program history this spring, Harris matched her 17-1 record from the spring of 2017, which is also the best individual record in school history. Her 44 career victories place her second in Lynchburg lore.

Harris and Wyly teamed up for a 6-2 record, 5-2 in ODAC play, at the top doubles spot in the lineup.

Altenburg recorded an 8-3 mark at No. 4 singles and 10-7 overall.

League champion Washington and Lee swept the top awards as senior Michelle Fleenor was tabbed player of the year, the Generals' Erin Ness named coach of the year, and Valerie Marshall earned top rookie honors.

Randolph-Macon junior Gaby Tersigni was named the ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete for 2018.

Lynchburg played to a 13-7 record this season, tying the single-season record for wins, and reached the semifinal round of the conference tournament for the first time in program history.



ODAC Player of the Year: Michelle Fleenor, Sr., Washington and Lee University

ODAC Coach of the Year: Erin Ness, Washington and Lee University

ODAC Rookie of the Year: Valerie Marshall, Fr., Washington and Lee University

ODAC/Va. Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: Gaby Tersigni, Jr., Randolph-Macon College



No. 1 Singles: Michelle Fleenor, Washington and Lee University

No. 1 Singles: Christina Harris, Lynchburg College

No. 2 Singles: Whitney Kiser, Bridgewater College

No. 2 Singles: Emily Kochard, Washington and Lee University

No. 3 Singles: Aubrey Hawn, Randolph College

No. 4 Singles: Madeline Herring, Roanoke College

No. 5 Singles: Carolyn Kitsock, Roanoke College

No. 6 Singles: Kristina Sabelstrom, Virginia Wesleyan University

No. 1 Doubles: Aubrey Hawn/Keyu Jin, Randolph College

No. 1 Doubles: Kristin Dantzler/Gaby Tersigni, Randolph-Macon College

No. 2 Doubles: Olivia Uzer/Stephanie Yeager, Randolph-Macon College

No. 3 Doubles: Janny Alvarado/Carolyn Kitsock, Roanoke College



No. 1 Singles: Keyu Jin, Randolph College

No. 1 Singles: Valerie Marshall, Washington and Lee University

No. 2 Singles: Ashley Schmitz, Randolph College

No. 3 Singles: Mary Hampton McNeal, Washington and Lee University

No. 4 Singles: Lilli Altenburg, Lynchburg College

No. 5 Singles: Landon Aud, Randolph-Macon College

No. 6 Singles: DeeDee Aeschliman, Washington and Lee University

No. 1 Doubles: Audrey Bally/Makayla Velic, Virginia Wesleyan University

No. 1 Doubles: Christina Harris/Sarah Wyly, Lynchburg College

No. 2 Doubles: Stephanie Barton/Nicole Shifflett, Bridgewater College

No. 3 Doubles: Kristina Sabelstrom/Taylor Witherspoon, Virginia Wesleyan University