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College of the Canyons women’s tennis took a major leap forward in 2019, just the program’s second year of existence. Canyons finished the year with an overall record of 9-7, including a 9-5 mark vs. conference opponents. Those results placed COC third in the conference standings and represented a five-win increase for the Lady Cougars compared to its inaugural 2018 campaign. Canyons rattled off five straight victories between Feb. 26 and March 12 to help boost its position in the standings. COC then sent five players to compete in the 64-player WSC singles tourney, with freshmen Una Stanisavljevic and Nicole Villarta joined by sophomore Marisa Wambolt competing as ranked players. COC’s doubles team of Stanisavljevic and Seleste Sakato finished runner-up at the WSC Doubles Championships after a tough loss in the championship match. Stanisavljevic/Sakato then moved on to compete in the CCCAA Southern California Regional Championships. COC was also represented by the doubles pair of Wambolt/Villarta at the regional championships in Ojai. Canyons also had two players compete in singles action at the regional championships with Stanisavljevic and Villarta both qualifying on that side. Stanisavljevic was an All-WSC Second-Team selection in singles competition, while Wambolt/Villarta were named All-WSC Second-Team for their performance on the doubles circuit.

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College of the Canyons launched its women’s tennis team with the program’s historic inaugural season in 2018. The Cougars took the court for the first time on Feb. 3, 2018, vs. defending state champion Orange Coast College. The all-freshman Canyons squad attracted a crowd of more than 50 students, staff members and tennis supporters who were on hand to witness what turned out to be a 9-0 defeat for the Cougars. COC head coach Patty LaBat led the team to a 4-12 overall record which included home/road wins over conference opponents Antelope Valley and Victor Valley College. That mark placed COC sixth in the Western State Conference. Canyons concluded the season by sending four student-athletes to the 2018 CCCAA Southern California regional tournament after having two of its doubles teams qualify to compete. The doubles duo of Jenny Cranert and Leilani Figalan was joined by the team of Marisa Wambolt and Brienna Best at the CCCAA Singles & Doubles Championships held in Ojai.

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