After a Woodland Tournament title in 2011 and Woodland Dual title last year, the New Berlin Eisenhower girls tennis program is looking forward to another fun and successful campaign.
"Numerous players put in tremendous work in the offseason and our number of players is greatly increased from last year," coach Michael Jenders said. "It will be exciting to see how all the new talent develops during the season, as our schedule offers challenges week after week."
The team is led by senior captain and four-year letter winner Kelly Dobrzynski, who will play first singles for most of the season.
Also returning to the varsity are seniors Anthie Katris, Shawna Rivedal, Cassie Majinski and McKenzi Baker and junior Kristin Sperka.
Talented JV players from 2012 are Lindsey Kohl, Abby Peterson and Rachel Lapow and newcomers Erin Dobrzynski, Riya Mehta and others "will look to steadily improve their games to successfully fill the remaining varsity positions," Jenders said.
Ike took part in a quad at Muskego on Saturday. They are scheduled to play in the Waukesha South Invite Aug. 22 and they they will take part in the two-day Martin Luther Invite on Aug. 23 and 24.
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