Prospective Student-Athlete Information - Women's Tennis
Women's Tennis Questionnaire
We are excited about your interest in the University of North Texas and Mean Green women's tennis.
The 2014-15 season was one of close calls for the North Texas tennis team. The Mean Green went 9-14, but five of those losses were of the 4-3 variety, including the team's season-ending loss to No. 66 Old Dominion in the Conference USA Tournament quarterfinals. Overall, 11 of North Texas' 23 opponents were nationally ranked. Junior Anastasiya Shestakova led the Mean Green with 11 singles wins and all three doubles teams reached double-digit victories.
Seniors Kseniya Bardabush and Franziska Sprinkmeyer emerged as leaders for the Mean Green, as the two finished their careers with a combined 102 singles wins. Bardabush earned C-USA Player of the Week on April 14 for the first time in her career and was named to All-Conference First Team for the fourth-consecutive season. Sprinkmeyer was one of six student-athletes in the conference to be named to the C-USA All-Academic team and Shestakova earned C-USA Second Team honors for the second-consecutive season.
Under head coach Sujay Lama, the tennis team has won three conference championships and advanced to the NCAA Tournament three times in the last six years.
Quick Hits On North Texas
North Texas won three conference championships in its second year in Conference USA. Individually, 64 Mean Green student-athletes were named all-conference during the 2014-15 school year, three Mean Green athletes received specialty conference awards and two coaches were named conference coach of the year.
Athletic Success | Academic Achievements
The Women's Tennis Coaching Staff
Please note that, per NCAA rules, coaches can only respond via e-mail to juniors (after September 1) and seniors in high school. Coaches must mail responses to freshmen and sophomores, per NCAA rules. You can call any North Texas coach, but they cannot return your phone call unless you are a senior in high school.
The 12-court Waranch Tennis Complex is located at 1499 S. Bonnie Brae and Walt Parker Dr. at the entrance to Victory Hall, across from the Mean Green Village. This $2 million facility is named for University of North Texas alumnus Ronald Waranch. Included in the complex is a clubhouse with lounge, office space and locker rooms. The Waranch Tennis Complex has been the host site for the 2007 and the 2009 Sun Belt Conference tennis championships.
Mean Green Compliance
What every prospective student-athlete should know about the recruiting process.
Academic Athletic Services
In the Fall of 2005, the academic and compliance staff relocated to the Mean Green Village. Located on Bonnie Brae, the new Student-Athlete Development Center is three times the size of the former academic center. The Center serves as the cornerstone of the Mean Green Village and is only a short walk from the surrounding sports facilities.
Admissions Process and Deadlines
Link to the University of North Texas undergraduate web site containing admissions requirements and deadlines.