September 4, 2001

Chauvette and Murray to Captain Rhode Island College Women’s Tennis

Providence, RI—Rhode Island College seniors Courtney Chauvette (West Warwick, RI) and Cynthia Murray (Brooklyn, CT) will captain the women’s tennis team for the 2001 season.

As a junior in 2000, Chauvette was 3-3 (.500) at number five singles and 8-6 (.571) at number three doubles for 7.0 points on the year. Chauvette was fifth on the team in doubles wins, as well as seventh in both singles wins and points.

She is an education major and a 1998 graduate of Mt. St. Charles Academy.

As a junior in 2000, Murray reached several milestones. She is currently tied with Trisha Haworth ’00 for the all-time lead in career points with 54.5. She became RIC’s all-time leader with 35 career doubles wins and is currently third in career singles wins with a three-year total of 37. Murray already holds the RIC single season records for the most points (23.5) and singles wins (17) set during the 1999 season.

For the ’00 season, Murray posted a record of 10-7 (.588) at number one singles and was 10-5 (.667) at number one doubles for 15.0 points. She was fourth on the team in singles wins and points. She was tied for third on the club with ten doubles victories.

She is a communications major and a 1997 graduate of Woodstock Academy.

The Anchorwomen open the 2001 season at Salve Regina University this afternoon at 4 p.m.



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