Senior Erin Snook started at No. 1 singles this season for Navy.
Carlson one of four student-athletes with 4.00 GPA.
Award given to player who exhibits outstanding sportsmanship and leadership.
Decquir, Snook, Ton and Sears all win team awards.
Mids end season with a school-record 25 wins.
The Navy women's tennis team defeated Towson, 6-1, at the Brigade Sports Complex on April 10, 2013.
Navy WTEN vs. Towson (April 10, 2013)
Navy Women's Tennis vs. Delaware (March 22, 2013)
Navy Women's Tennis Action Shots (Oct. 2, 2012)
Navy WTen vs. Towson (4-11-12)
Navy WTennis vs. Manhattan (2-19-12)
2012-13 Team Captain
Second-team all-Patriot League (2012)
Patriot League Player of the Month (Feb. 2012)
Second-team all-Patriot League (2011)
In the Record Books (Entering 2012-13)
3rd on career singles wins list (44)
2nd on career singles dual-meet wins list (33)
3rd on career doubles wins list (40)
5th on season singles dual-meet wins list (13)
4th on season doubles wins list (16)
2nd on career combined wins list (84)
4th on longest singles winning streak list (8; Jan. 21, 2012 to Feb. 26, 2012)
2011-12 - Junior: Ton had another outstanding year, garnering second-team all-Patriot League honors after posting a 17-11 overall singles mark (13-5 in duals) and a 12-18 doubles record (11-11 in duals) ... started the spring season by winning nine straight matches, the second-longest streak in school history ... then won five of her next six matches to start the spring 14-1 ... earned Patriot League Player of the Month honors for February after her 9-0 start ... went 3-1 against Patriot League foes in the regular season ... posted a 4-0 mark in three-set matches ... won four of last six doubles matches with Emani Decquir at No. 1 doubles ... started the doubles season 7-3 in the spring, but finished just 4-8 ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the second time.
2010-11 - Sophomore: Ton was named second-team all-Patriot League after a strong sophomore campaign ... posted a 14-14 overall record and a 9-10 dual-meet record in singles play and a 16-16 overall and 12-10 dual-meet mark in doubles play ... set a then-school record with seven straight singles victories from March 6 to April 9 ... would have been eight but her Patriot League Quarterfinal was unfinished with Ton leading 6-0, 5-0 ... went 3-0 during the regular season against Patriot League opponents and 3-1 overall ... ended the season winning six doubles matches in a row with Emani Decquir ... the Decquir / Ton duo owns the school's career (17) and single-season (16) record for wins by a doubles pair ... went 5-0 in doubles play against Patriot League competition ... named to the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2009-10 - Freshman: Ton had a strong freshman season, turning in a 13-7 singles record and a 12-9 doubles mark ... her 25 combined wins were the fourth most on the team ... had a sensational spring season, going 22-6 overall and 11-3 in both singles and doubles play ... won five of her first six dual matches during the spring and went 4-0 during the regular season and postseason against Patriot League opponents ... two of her three dual-meet losses came in three-set decisions ... won her last five singles matches (unfinished in league semifinals) by allowing just 10 games won in those matches.
Prior to Navy: A four-year letterwinner in tennis at Archbishop Mitty High School, Ton graduated in 2009 ... led team to four West Catholic League titles, two Northern California titles and the 2008 Central Coast Sectional title ... won the 2008 Central Coast Sectional doubles title ... was a three-time all-league honoree as well as two-time team MVP ... was a team captain as a senior and won the Leadership Award ... was a member of National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Foundation ... born Sept. 21, 1991 ... daughter of Ngnia and Phuong (Melissa) Ton ... sister, Christina, played tennis at Manhattan, graduating last year ... attended Nick Saviano's Tennis Academy in Florida during the summers of 2003, 2004 and 2005 ... majoring in economics.
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