Athletic News

March 30, 2011
For immediate release:

Huntingdon College
News Release

Lady Hawks, Lions Take GSAC Tennis Player Of The Week Awards

LaGrange, GA -- The Great South Athletic Conference has released its tennis Singles and Doubles Players of the Week award list with the Lady Hawks sweeping the women's side honors while a pair of Lions claimed the men's accolades.  Katie Scott (Huntingdon) and Christopher Davidson (Piedmont) grabbed the women's and men's singles honors respectively while Davidson also took a doubles award along with Justin Gilleland (Piedmont), Kati Bryant (Huntingdon), and Hannah Creamer (Huntingdon).

 

In women's singles, Katie Scott is the GSAC Singles Player of the Week having gone 1-1 at the #1 singles slot on the week with a win over the #1 from Hollins who took down Scott in two sets last season.  The men's Singles Player of the Week is Christopher Davidson from Piedmont as the freshman went 2-0 taking a win over Covenant at the #4 singles spot before grabbing a victory at #5 singles later in the week.

In doubles action, a pair of Lady Hawks were the Doubles Players of the Week as Kati Bryant and Hannah Creamer garnered the awards care of their 2-0 record featuring #3 doubles wins over Calvin and Hollins on the week.  On the men's side, Davidson stepped into the winner's circle with doubles partner Justin Gilleland as the two posted a perfect 2-0 mark with tight 8-5 doubles victories over Covenant and Emmanuel.

For more information on Scott, Bryant, Creamer, and the Huntingdon tennis program, fans can visit the official homepage of Lady Hawk Athletics.

For more information on Davidson, Gilleland, and the Piedmont tennis program, fans can visit the official homepage of Lion Athletics.

Contact: Timmy McCormack, Interim GSAC Sports Information Director

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Hodge Patterson
Sports Information Director
Phone: (334) 833-4579
hpatterson@huntingdon.edu


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