BALTIMORE, Md. - After a week of online voting, Goucher Athletics has announced the Women's Tennis All-Decade Team. We would like to thank everyone that voted! Congratulations to the members of the 2010s Goucher College Women's Tennis All-Decade Team.
SINGLES: Mara Bergman, Meaghan Lee, Addie Maxwell, Katie Marzerka, Emily Ruff, Alex Walsh
DOUBLES: Anais Gill/Mandile Mpofu, Meaghan Lee/Addie Maxwell, Alex Walsh/Addie Maxwell
To be eligible for the All-Decade Team, a student-athlete must have competed for at least one season between the 2010 and 2019 seasons. They also must be a graduate or still enrolled at Goucher College. In addition, only the statistics during the years of 2010 and 2019 are eligible so statistics that occur before the year 2010 or after the year 2019 do not count toward the All-Decade team vote.
We hope to see everyone back on Monday to vote for the Men's Basketball All-Decade team!
Bergman, a Summit, N.J., native, posted a 25-27 record in her final three seasons for the Blue and Gold from 2009 to 2012. She registered an 11-9 record in her junior campaign to receive All-Landmark Conference second-team recognition.
Lee, a Potomac, Md., native, is the most decorated women's tennis player since the squad joined the Landmark Conference after being named to the all-conference first team in each of her final three seasons at Goucher. Lee posted double figures in single wins in three of her four seasons to end her career with a 44-30 record. She saved her best season for her last after going 12-5 in 2012-13.
Marzerka, a Wolfeboro, N.H., native, posted a 24-12 record in her three seasons in Baltimore from 2016 to 2019. She posted double figures in wins in her final two seasons including a 12-5 record in 2017-18.
Just like Lee, Maxwell registered three seasons with at least 10 wins and compiled a career record of 47-24 from 2009 to 2013. The South Harbor Maine, native registered a 15-5 record in her senior year to earn All-Landmark Conference second-team honors.
Ruff, an Easton, Md., native, donned the Goucher colors from 2011 to 2015 and posted a 30-27 record in her four seasons. She won at least nine singles matches in her final three seasons including posting a 10-5 record as a sophomore and an 11-11 mark as a junior.
Walsh, a Greens Farms, Conn., native, posted a 25-5 record in her first two seasons and finished her career with a 39-26 record from 2011 to 2015. She tallied a 12-2 record in her freshman campaign and a 13-3 mark in her sophomore season to earn All-Landmark Conference second-team honors.
Gill and Mpofu were a perfect match in 2018-19 after posting a 10-6 record to earn All-Landmark Conference second-team recognition. The duo registered the only team point in the conference semifinal matchup that season in the Gophers first postseason bid since 2013. Gill, a Cambridge, England, native, was named the 2019 Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year and earned a spot on the all-conference first team for singles posted a 13-7 record in her lone season in the decade. Mpofu, a Harare Zimbabwe, native, posted a 15-19 mark in singles in her three seasons including an 11-6 mark in her junior campaign.
Lee and Maxwell teamed up during the 2010-11 season to register a 10-3 record to earn a spot on the All-Landmark Conference first team.
Walsh and Maxwell both were named to the All-Landmark Conference for singles in 2012-13, but the duo was also a force to deal with as a doubles team. The duo posted an 11-1 record in the regular season and then won a match in the Landmark Conference semifinals to propel the team to the conference championship match.