FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

November 1, 2004

 

2004 Womenís Tennis Season Summary

13-0 Overall; 6-0 in the Little East Conference;
2nd Place at Little East Conference Championships

Providence, RIóHead Coach Kelly Chartierís (Career Record: 33-9, .786) team finished the 2003 campaign with a 13-0 (1.000) overall record and a 6-0 (1.000) record in the Little East Conference. The Anchorwomen were the regular season Little East Conference Champions and narrowly missed winning its third LEC Tournament Championship in the last five years by 0.5 points. Plymouth State totaled 17.0 points, while the Anchorwomen were a close second with 16.5 points, at the LEC Championships, hosted by Southern Maine on Oct. 15-16.

 

The club posted its first-ever undefeated season and the teamís 13 victories were the most since the 1999 team went 13-2. 2004 marked the first time that the Anchorwomen went undefeated during regular season competition against Little East opposition as well.

 

Senior Meghan Mooney (North Scituate, RI) leaves RIC with a 42-16 (.724) career singles record and a 39-18 (.684) career doubles mark for 61.5 career points. Mooney is third all-time at RIC in career singles wins, is fourth in points and doubles wins, and is 10th in singles winning percentage and 12th in doubles winning percentage.

 

As a senior in 2004, Mooney was 11-4 (.733) at number two singles and 9-5 (.643) at number one doubles for 15.5 points on the season. She was second on the team in singles wins and points, and was tied for third in doubles wins.

 

As a junior in 2003, she was 12-5 (.706) at number three singles and 12-4 (.750) at number one doubles for 18.0 points on the season. She was tied for first on the team in singles wins and was second in both doubles wins and points.

 

As a sophomore in 2002, Mooney was 6-5 (.545) at number three singles and 7-6 (.538) at number two doubles for a total of 9.5 points on the season.

 

As a freshman in 2001, she was the Little East Conference Champion at number five singles and number two doubles. She was 13-2 (.867) at number five singles and 11-3 (.786) at number two doubles for 18.5 points on the season. Mooney was second on the team in singles wins, tied for second in points and was fourth in doubles victories.

 

She is a communications major and a 2001 graduate of Scituate High School.

 

Junior captain Liz Barrette (North Providence, RI) was 10-5 (.667) at number one singles and 9-6 (.600) at number one doubles for 14.5 points on the season. Barrette was third on the team in singles wins, was third in points and was tied for third in doubles victories. Barrette is currently seventh all-time at RIC in career singles wins and is fifth in career doubles victories.

 

Junior Alyson St. Amand (West Warwick, RI) was 0-1 (.000) in doubles.

 

Sophomore Heidi Beauregard (Cumberland, RI) was 1-0 (1.000) in singles and 0-1 (.000) in doubles for 1.0 point on the season.

 

Sophomore Kerri Giorgio (Saunderstown, RI) was 0-1 (.000) in doubles.

 

Sophomore Caitlyn Lowman (Narragansett, RI) was 0-1 (.000) in doubles.

 

Sophomore Tara Marchant (North Scituate, RI) was the Little East Conference Champion at both number five singles and number three doubles. She was 6-4 in singles (.600) and is 13-1 (.929) at number three doubles for 12.5 points on the season. Marchant led the team in doubles victories.

 

Sophomore Caitlin Morin (Westerly, RI) was 7-4 (.636) in singles and 7-5 (.583) at number two doubles for 10.5 points on the season.

 

Freshman Ashley Barry (Bristol, RI) was 1-0 (1.000) in singles and 2-0 (2.000) in doubles for 2.0 points on the season.

 

Freshman Audrey Davis (Stroudsburg, PA) was the Little East Conference Champion at number three singles. For the season, Davis was 14-0 (1.000) at number three singles and is 8-5 (.615) at number two doubles for a team-high 18.0 points on the season. She led the team in singles wins and points. Her 14 singles wins were tied for the fifth-most for a single season in RIC womenís tennis history.  She is one of only six players in RIC womenís tennis history to finish a season undefeated in singles with ten or more wins.

 

Freshman Michaela Grant (Smithfield, RI) was the Little East Conference Champion at number three doubles with Tara Marchant. For the season, Grant was 2-0 (1.000) in singles and 12-1 (.923) at number three doubles for 8.0 points on the season. She was second on the team in doubles wins.

 

Freshman Kseniya Gurvich (Barrington, RI) was 9-4 (.692) at number four singles and 2-0 (1.000) in doubles for 10.0 points on the season. She was fourth on the team in singles wins and sixth in points.

 

Freshmen Stacey Cofone (Charlestown, RI), Toni DiNobile (Lincoln, RI), Laura Geelen (Pepperell, MA) and Courtney Magiera (Hope, RI) were reserves on the team.

 

 

 

 

2004 Rhode Island College Womenís Tennis Roster

 

 

 

 

 

Name

Year

Hgt

Hometown/High School

 

 

Liz Barrette

Jr.

5-9

North Providence, RI/ La Salle

 

 

Ashley Barry

Fr.

5-2

Bristol, RI/ Mt. Hope

 

 

Heidi Beauregard

So.

5-2

Cumberland, RI/ Cumberland

 

 

Stacey Cofone

Fr.

5-2

Charlestown, RI/ Chariho

 

 

Audrey Davis

Fr.

5-4

Stroudsburg PA/ Stroudsburg

 

 

Toni DiNobile

Fr.

5-2

Lincoln, RI/ Bishop Keough

 

 

Laura Geelen

Fr.

5-5

Pepperell, MA/ North Middlesex

 

 

Kerri Giorgio

So.

4-10

Saunderstown, RI/ Exeter-W.G.

 

 

Michaela Grant

Fr.

5-7

Smithfield, RI/ Smithfield

 

 

Kseniya Gurvich

Fr.

5-4

Barrington, RI/Barrington

 

 

Caitlyn Lowman

So.

5-5

Narragansett, RI/ Narragansett

 

 

Courtney Magiera

Fr.

5-6

Hope, RI/ Scituate

 

 

Tara Marchant

So.

5-6

North Scituate, RI/Scituate

 

 

Meghan Mooney

Sr.

5-9

North Scituate, RI/ Scituate

 

 

Caitlin Morin

So.

5-6

Westerly, RI/ Westerly

 

 

Alyson St. Amand

Jr.

5-6

West Warwick, RI/ West Warwick

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head Coach:

Kelly Chartier

 

 

Captains:

Liz Barrette, Meghan Mooney

 

 

 

 

 

 

-2004 Results and Individual Statistics to Follow-