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Women’s Tennis Announces Incoming Class For 2012-13 Season

Five new players set to join Bearcats in fall

August 9, 2012

Women’s Tennis Announces Incoming Class For 2012-13 Season

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Vestal, NY—The Binghamton University women’s tennis program has added five new players to the roster for the upcoming 2012-13 season. After losing three decorated seniors to graduation this past year, third year head coach Libby McGovern is confident that this group of four incoming freshmen and one transfer are prime to step in and help fill the void.

“I’m very pleased with the girls we have entering our program this year,” McGovern said. “It’s a talented bunch that has a bright future ahead of them, not only for this upcoming season but for years to come.”

Agatha Ambrozy
5 ft. 10 in.
St. Petersburg, FL/St. Petersburg HS

Agatha joins Binghamton after a memorable career at St. Petersburg HS where she lettered three times. As a three-time district singles champion (2009, 2010 and 2012), Ambrozy qualified for the state tournament three years playing at the No. 1 singles spot. In 2009 and 2010, she also moved on to state competition in doubles play. She plans on studying pre-med at Binghamton.

Shea Brodsky
5 ft. 7 in.
Miami Beach, FL/Dr. Michael Krop Senior HS

As a four-year letterwinner and two-time captain, Shea has been a part of three state championship teams at Michael Krop Senior HS in Miami. Brodsky was named to the Miami Herald All-Dade first team three seasons, including her senior year where she guided her team to a state championship and was a finalist in singles competition. In 2009, she won both the singles and doubles state championships for her team. She plans on majoring in Marketing beginning in the fall.

Amrita Deol
5 ft. 4 in.
Skaneateles, NY/Skaneateles HS (Onondaga CC)

Amrita joins the Bearcats after a season playing at Onondaga Community College. In 2011 with OCC, Deol competed at the No. 1 spot in both singles and doubles, guiding the program to the NCJAA National tournament, finishing sixth overall. At Skaneateles High School, she was a four-year letterwinner and team MVP during her senior season. She plans on dual majoring in pre-med and Spanish.

Sara Kohtz
5 ft. 3 in.
Chicago, ILL./Lincoln Park HS

Kohtz played all four years on the varsity squad at Lincoln Park High School in Illinois. At the No. 1 singles spot, Sara earned the sectional championship in both her junior and senior seasons. From the time she was a freshman, Kohtz qualified for state tournament play each and every season. She plans on studying mechanical engineering at Binghamton.

Alexis Tashiro
5 ft. 5 in.
Jamaica, NY/Francis Lewis HS

Alexis was a member of the Francis Lewis varsity team for all four years of high school. Her crowning moment came at the famed Mayor’s Cup where she captured the doubles crown in her junior campaign. As a senior, she went 10-3 in singles play, qualifying as a finalist in PSAL competition and earning team MVP honors. In four years, she compiled an impressive singles record of 36-10. She has yet to decide a major.

Binghamton returns four players from a 10-13 season and a trip to the America East Semifinals. Fall competition begins on September 14 when the Bearcats compete in the Columbia Invitational for a three-day tournament.

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