Women's Tennis Awards

October 25, 2000

Amy Boley - MVP

Bluffton College senior Amy Boley, an elementary education and art major from Perrysburg (Clay), has been named the Most Valuable Player on the 2000 BC women's tennis squad. Amy competed at #1 singles and #1 doubles for Bluffton College this season.

Kell Steiber - Most Improved

Bluffton College sophomore Kelly Stieber, a communications major from East Canton (Canton South), has been named the Most Improved Player for the BC women's tennis team. Kelly saw both singles and doubles action for the women's tennis team this year.

Nikki Phillips - Clutch

Bluffton College sophomore Nikki Phillips, a middle childhood education major from Shelby, was named the clutch player of the year for the Bluffton College women's tennis squad, which wrapped up their season last week. Phillips finished this year's tennis season with a 5-6 singles record and 3-8 doubles record. Nikki's singles and doubles records were best on this year's women's tennis team. Phillips also placed 5th at #5 singles at the Heartland Conference tournament this year.



The Bluffton College women's tennis team finished 6th out of seven schools at the HCAC tennis tournament this past weekend, hosted by The College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati.

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