Women's Tennis: Heidelberg (3-8 Overall, 3-1 OAC) at Ohio Northern (18-4 Overall, 5-1 OAC)

Friday, April 21, 2017, 5 pm - University Courts, Ada, Ohio

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Friday's Match: The Polar Bears enter Friday's match having won 5 of their last 6 matches, including a 5-0 run in OAC play ... It is also Senior Day and ONU will honor its two seniors, Christina Corbean and Brittany Toney, in a prematch ceremony ... Corbean has a career record of 60-34 in singles, 60-30 in doubles and is 120-64 overall and Toney has a career record of 41-37 in singles, 65-35 in doubles and is 106-72 overall ... ONU is coming off a 7-2 win over BW at University Courts and the ONU Sports Center on Wednesday ... The teams battled through two lightning delays totaling 80 minutes before being forced inside by torrential rains ... Sophomore Ashley Ochsenhirt leads the Polar Bears with a 21-3 singles record, including an 15-2 mark at No. 1 singles ... She is also 20-3 in doubles and a team-best 41-6 overall ... Freshman Ola Latala is second with a 19-5 singles record, an 18-2 in doubles mark and is 37-7 overall ... The Polar Bears will wrap up their regular season next Saturday with a match at Capital prior to the OAC Tournament May 2-5 ... The Student Princes enter Friday's match off a 7-2 loss at Baldwin Wallace on Tuesday, snapping a 3-match HU winning streak ... Senior Markilynn Hogle and senior Nikki Millar won at Nos. 1 and 2 singles to lead Heidelberg ... Thus far this season, Millar leads the team with a 7-2 singles mark ... Senior Summer Hunter-Kysor is second in singles play with a 6-3 record and Hogle is third at 5-4.

Statistical Leaders

  Singles Wins
Doubles Wins
        Overall Wins
1. Ochsenhirt
21-3     1. Ochsenhirt 20-3
  1. Ochsenhirt
2. Latala 19-5     2. Latala 18-2     2. Latala 37-7
Wills 18-6     3.
Toney 17-7     3. Wills 35-14
Wills 17-8        

Series Notes: Ohio Northern leads the series between the two schools by a 41-3 margin ... ONU has won the last 25 meetings, including a 7-2 decision last year in Tiffin.

Head Coach Scott Wills: Wills is in his 16th season as head coach of the Polar Bears ... He is the winningest coach in ONU women's tennis history with a 316-82 (.794) record ... Wills has also been named OAC Coach of the Year five times, most recently in 2015.