BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Just one workforce will likely be victorious when the Ohio Valley Convention Girls’s Tennis Championship takes place April 21-23 in Paducah, Kentucky, and even the league’s coaches cannot totally determined who the favourite ought to be.
SIUE and Southeast Missouri are picked to share the 2023 Ohio Valley Convention girls’s tennis title in a ballot of the league’s head coaches. The Cougars and the Redhawks every earned three first-place votes and 23 factors. Japanese Illinois has been chosen to complete third with 17 factors adopted by Tennessee State at No. 4 with 12 factors. Newcomers Lindenwood (8) and Southern Indiana (7) spherical out the ballot.
Final season, SIUE went 16-5 total and 4-3 in league play to complete in a tie for fourth place. SIUE positioned three on the OVC Preseason Girls’s Tennis Participant High 10 record. Returning OVC Participant of the 12 months Jill Lambrechts earned the highest spot whereas Margaux Guibal Britt is fourth and Jordan Schifano is sixth.
SEMO completed in a tie for second place final yr with a 15-7 total mark and a 5-2 OVC report.
SIUE, 1-0, began the spring season with a 6-1 win over Illinois Springfield. The subsequent motion for the Cougars is Saturday at Valparaiso.
2023 OVC Preseason Girls’s Tennis Predicted Order of End
T1. SIUE (3 first-place votes) – 23
T1. Southeast Missouri (3 first-place votes) – 23
3. Japanese Illinois – 17
4. Tennessee State – 12
5. Lindenwood – 8
6. Southern Indiana – 7
2023 OVC Preseason Girls’s Tennis Participant High 10 Listing
1. Jill Lambrechts, SIUE
2. Daniela Hlacikova, Southeast Missouri
3. Romana Tarajova, Southeast Missouri
4. Margaux Guibal Britt, SIUE
5. Ksenia Shikanova, Southeast Missouri
6. Jordan Schifano, SIUE
7. Vivian Lai, Southeast Missouri
8. Elizaveta Bukraba-Ulanova, Japanese Illinois
T9. Christine Gouws, Japanese Illinois
T9. Trinity Calinescu, Southeast Missouri
T9. Daniela Koleva, Tennessee State