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Women's Tennis - Fri, May 12, 2017

Doane Women's Tennis used a second place finish in the Great Plains Athletic Conference this year to garner several All-GPAC post-season honors. The Tigers placed all six singles players and two doubles teams on this year's all-conference list.

Receiving First Team honors in singles play were Ashley Zaeske (SO/Westminster, Colo.), Brianna Kempel (JR/Lincoln, Neb.) and Cheyanna Kempel (SR/Lincoln, Neb.). Ellie Bender (JR/Steamboat Springs, Colo.), Morgan Meyer (JR/York, Neb.) and Jordan Buttermore (SR/South Sioux City, Neb.) received honorable mention honors for the Tigers.

Zaeske moved up to No. 1 singles this year and went 3-4 in conference play to earn her second First Team All-GPAC honor. She had a season record of 3-15 this year.

Brianna Kempel played at No. 3 singles for the Tigers and posted a 6-12 overall record with a 5-2 mark in GPAC play. The honor is the first for her in singles play.

Cheyanna Kempel wrapped up her career with 29 wins as she competed this year at No. 6 singles. She posted a 10-5 overall record and 5-1 mark in GPAC action. This is the second time she received First Team honors in singles play.

Bender recorded a record of 4-3 in the GPAC and 5-11 overall with all of her matches at No. 2 singles. The recognition is her first in singles play.

Meyer posted a season record of 8-9 this year while going 5-1 in GPAC play at No. 4 singles. This was her first All-GPAC selection in singles play.

Buttermore closed out her Tiger career with a 5-8 record this season. She went 4-2 in conference play at No. 5 singles. It was her first selection to the All-GPAC list.

In doubles action, the teams of Zaeske / C. Kempel and Bender / Buttermore received honorable mention honors. Zaeske and Kempel teamed up to go 6-9 this year with a 4-2 mark in conference play at No. 2 doubles. Bender and Buttermore were 6-6 at No. 3 doubles with a 5-1 record in GPAC play.