November 4, 2014



Providence, R.I.-Sophomore Julie Reddy (Smithfield, RI) earned First Team All-Little East accolades at No. 4 singles and was joined by doubles partner, junior Sadie Campanella (Chepachet, RI), to earn First Team All-Little East honors at the No. 2 flight, as five Anchorwomen were recognized for their respective performances during the 2014 women’s tennis season.


Reddy was named First Team All-Little East at both No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles. She went 14-0 in singles action on the season, which included a 13-0 mark at the No. 4 flight and a 1-0 mark at No. 3 singles.



 Sophomore Julie Reddy


Reddy partnered with Campanella to go a perfect 8-0 in Little East action at No. 2 doubles, while finishing with an overall record of 13-1 as a tandem. The duo finished the season with 12 straight victories. Reddy recorded a 14-1 overall doubles record.


Campanella earned First Team All-Little East recognition for her performance at No. 2 doubles, while also competing at No. 1 singles for RIC. She finished the doubles season with 14 victories and a winning streak of 12. A LEC Player of the Week recipient, Campanella also went 13-3 at No. 1 singles with a 6-2 LEC mark.



 Junior Sadie Campanella


Freshman Kim Daigle (Sterling, MA) was named Second Team All-Little East at No. 2 singles. A two-time Little East Rookie of the Week selection, Daigle went 13-3 overall and 7-1 in Little East action. In her last 10 contests, she registered an 8-2 mark. She also competed at the No. 1 doubles flight for the Anchorwomen and compiled a 9-7 mark.



 Freshman Kim Daigle


Junior Tressa Cannata (Cranston, RI) was named Second Team All-Little East at No. 5 singles. Finishing the season with a 13-2 record overall, Cannata went 13-1 at No. 5 singles and 0-1 at No. 4 singles. She was named the Little East Player of the Week after her three set victory against Bridgewater State clinched a second place regular season finish for the Anchorwomen on Oct 15.



 Junior Tressa Cannata


Freshman Laura Nastasi (Smithville, NJ) earned Second Team All-Little East accolades for her performance at No. 6 singles. Holding a 4-0 mark in LEC play and a 7-0 record overall, Nastasi joined Reddy as the only Anchorwomen to go undefeated in singles play for the season.



 Freshman Laura Nastasi


Head Coach Adam Spring led the Anchorwomen to a 14-2 record overall, a 7-1 LEC mark and a second place regular season finish in the Little East. The Anchorwomen reached the LEC Championship match for the second consecutive year before falling to Plymouth State, 5-2, on Oct. 31.