The Queens womenís tennis team has proven that they are a dominant force in the Conference Carolinas, but they have much more in store for us still. Their impressive national ranking (50th overall) and lengthy winning streaks are simply a preview of the successes to come according to head coach Brett Karpman.
While Karpman may very well have been the catalyst of the teamís recent success, he gives each and every one of his players high praises for their resilience and competitiveness. He is proud of the team for stepping up to the challenge of becoming a powerhouse in this tough conference, but he continues to ask more of them every season.
With that in mind, the team is taking every measure to not become too comfortable with their position or settle on their already impressive achievements.
Despite a rainy start to this season, the team is hungrier than ever for victories; winning their first three games in a row.
Those in the program expect big things for themselves this season, and they certainly have the talent to back it up. While the focus is still on the conference tournament in April, a highly anticipated recruiting class is expected to raise the bar even higher next year.
Karpman has seen the program come into its own in the past four years, and he is keen to continue building towards a national championship.
The womenís tennis team currently holds a 8-2 record.