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Women's Tennis News & Highlights

May 22, 2014

Laubach, Klosterman Named All-Freedom

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Jenna Laubach (left) and Megan Klosterman (right) earned Freedom Conference First Team and Second Team honors, respectively.

ANNVILLE, Pa.—Eastern Women’s Tennis had two players named to the Freedom Conference All-Conference teams on Wednesday for the 2013-2014 season.

Eastern junior Jenna Laubach (Mechanicsburg, Pa./ Cumberland Valley) and freshman Megan Klosterman (Fort Washington, Pa./ Upper Dublin) received conference honors. Laubach was named to the First Team while Klosterman was named to the Second Team.

Laubach, who won conference Rookie of the Year honors her freshman campaign, has now made the Freedom First Team in each of her three seasons at Eastern. This season, Laubach was once again dominant at the No. 1 slot, going 11-4 (10-3 vs. Division III opponents). Laubach teamed up with Klosterman at No. 1 doubles and together they went 12-4 and 6-0 in conference matches.

Klosterman, Eastern’s No. 2 singles player, went 12-6 (1-0 in No. 1 singles) in her impressive rookie campaign.

The Eagles reached the Freedom Conference playoffs this season thanks in large part to Laubach and Klosterman’s successful season.

For the complete listing of all-conference teams, click here.

 

Updated: Tuesday, 12 August 2014

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