Pozzan Earns All-Conference USA Singles Honors

    Giorgia Pozzan led the Cougars with a 16-6 singles record this spring at the top position
    Giorgia Pozzan led the Cougars with a 16-6 singles record this spring at the top position
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    May 4, 2012

    HOUSTON - University of Houston women's tennis senior Giorgia Pozzan was named to the 2012 All-Conference USA Singles Second Team, the league office announced Friday.

    Pozzan becomes the 16th Cougar to earn All C-USA honors and the 27th all-league selection overall since 1997. She is also the first Houston netter to garner First- or Second-Team honors since Leila Salek in 2008.

    For the second-straight season, Pozzan led the Cougars in dual singles play with a 16-6 record, including a 13-5 mark at the top position. She reeled off eight-straight victories from Jan. 28 to March 12 and claimed five wins in the final six matches of the season, including a straight-sets victory over Southern Miss' Alexus Coats in the opening round of the C-USA Championship.

    The Lacchiarella, Italy, native posted a dual singles record of 33-12 and an overall singles mark of 50-17 in her two seasons in the Scarlet and White, ranking third all-time with a 74.6 career winning percentage.

    Pozzan also shined in doubles play, notching a 14-7 record this spring at the top position with partners Celia Fraser and Bryony Hunter for an overall career record of 48-21. In just two seasons, Pozzan chalked up nearly 100 combined singles and doubles victories (98-38).

    In addition to earning All-C-USA singles honors, Pozzan was also a two-time C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll selection for academic excellence.

    All-Conference USA Singles First Team
    Dominika Zaprazna, Marshall
    Courtney Collins, Memphis
    Natalie Beazant, Rice
    Dominique Harmath, Rice
    Edyta Cieplucha, SMU
    Mariam Kurdadze, Tulane
    Anastasia Erofeeva, Tulsa
    Samantha Vickers, Tulsa

    All-Conference USA Singles Second Team
    Giorgia Pozzan, Houston
    Maria Voscekova, Marshall
    Stefanie Mikesz, Memphis
    Mariya Slupska, Memphis
    Tiffany Welcher, Memphis
    Emma Levy, Tulane
    Isaura Enrique, Tulsa
    Ewa Szatkowska, Tulsa

     

     

    All-Conference USA Singles Third Team
    Kara Kucin, Marshall
    Alyssa Hibberd, Memphis
    Kimberly Anicete, Rice
    Katie Gater, Rice
    Elena Fayner, SMU
    Caroline Thornton, Tulane
    Bonny Davidson, Tulsa
    Michelle Farley, Tulsa
    Taylor Dubins, UCF

    All-Conference USA Doubles First Team
    Natalie Beazant/Dominique Harmath, Rice

    All-Conference USA Doubles Second Team
    Anastasia Erofeeva/Ewa Szatkowska, Tulsa

    All-Conference USA Doubles Third Team
    Alyssa Hibberd/Tiffany Welcher, Memphis

    Co-Coaches of the Year: Elizabeth Schmidt, Rice and Dean Orford, Tulsa
    Player of the Year: Natalie Beazant, Rice
    Freshman of the Year: Natalie Beazant, Rice
    Newcomer of the Year: Tiffany Welcher, Memphis
    Outstanding Singles Player of the Championship: Natalie Beazant, Rice
    Outstanding Doubles Team of the Championship: Natalie Beazant/Dominique Harmath, Rice

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