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Women's Tennis News & Highlights

May 09, 2012

Laubach Earns Freedom Recognition

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Jenna Laubach earned Rookie of the Year Honors for the Freedom Conference.

ANNVILLE, Pa.- The Middle Atlantic Conference Office announced conference honors for Women's Tennis. Eastern University freshman Jenna Laubach received Freedom Conference All-Conference honors and was named Freedom Conference Rookie of the Year.

Laubach, a Cumberland Valley High School graduate, is the third Eastern University freshman to be named as the top Freedom rookie in her sport. Lauren Sproles earned Rookie of the Year honors for Volleyball and Meghan Nowak was named Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year in Basketball.

Laubach finished her season with a 9-5 overall mark at the top singles spot for the 4th place Eagles. Head Coach Mark Spangler identified Laubach's mental toughness as a key component that enabled her to compete with opponents' top players in every outing.

"Jenna has the physical tools," he stated, "to be a top player. She plays big points well and is learning to keep going when things are not going her way in a match."

Laubach, who also played first doubles for the Eagles, was named First Team All-Freedom. 

Complete Release 

Updated: Tuesday, 12 August 2014

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