MAC Announces Women's Tennis Player of the Week

Updated 4/5/2006

April 5, 2006

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Malena Remynse - Western Michigan
Senior - Portage, Mich./Portage Northern HS
Senior Malena Remynse was a perfect 3-0 in the top position in the lineup at singles and doubles for Western Michigan in a weekend sweep against MAC rivals Miami and Ball State. Remynse won her only singles match of the weekend 7-6, 6-3 over Miami's Katrina Lomidze at one singles on Friday and won both of her doubles matches 8-3 at one doubles against the RedHawks and the Cardinals to help the Broncos become the only undefeated team remaining in the Mid-American Conference.


Heidi Romer - Bowling Green
Senior - Glen Cove, NY/Stevenson HS
Romer defeated Haly Calderwood of Ball State 6-3, 6-3 and was one of just three singles wins for the Falcons against the Cardinals. Romer was the lone Falcon to capture wins in singles and doubles contests against the Miami RedHawks and was one of just two double set singles winners.

Eunice Paravicini - Toledo
Senior - Cochabama, Bolivia/Colegio Aleman Federico Froebel
Paravicini continued to roll this weekend, helping the Rockets improve their MAC record to 2-1 with a road win at Northern Illinois. Paravicini continued her season-long strong play with a pair of wins against the Huskies. She won at No. 2 singles 6-2, 6-0 and teamed with Myriam Cueva at No. 1 doubles to win 8-3. Paravicini has now won six consecutive matches in singles and has not lost since March 7 at Florida Atlantic.

This Year's Honorees
Jan. 17 - Rattiya Hiranrat, Western Michigan
Jan. 24 - Reedhina Parekh, Western Michigan
Jan. 31 - Eunice Paravicini, Toledo and Kerstin Pahl, W. Michigan
Feb. 7 - Kelsey Jakupcin - Bowling Green
Feb. 14 - Katie Owens - Ball State
Feb. 21 - Catherina Bestahorn, Eastern Michigan
Feb. 28 - Lilian Asuaje, Northern Illinois
Mar. 8 - Andreea Novaceanu, Buffalo; Remy Swain, Miami
. Mar. 15 - Jenna Nussbaum, Bowling Green
Mar. 22 - Reedhina Parekh, Western Michigan
Mar. 28 - Victoria Pulido, Miami
Apr. 4 - Malena Remynse, Western Michigan