Brenau tennis team’s All-American, Lyn See Choo defeated Mary Claire Slade (7-5, 6-2) to place first in the Central Alabama Invitational individual championships on Sunday in Alexander City, AL.
Slade eliminated two Golden Tigers, Kate Mazackova and Eline Nagels, in the quarter and semifinal rounds respectively.
Choo defeated teammate Hannah Thompson in the semifinal round (6-1, 6-0) en route to the final.
Choo and doubles teammate Kate Mazackova travel to the ITA National Finals on Oct. 14 in Mobile Alabama.
Volleyball team beats Toccoa Falls
Senior Co-Captain Audra VanArsdale set a new school record for assists as the Golden Tigers ran their season record to 15-6 with a four set victory (25-13, 23-25, 25-20, 25-13) over Toccoa Falls.
Brenau has now won six of its last seven games and picked up their second win of the season over Toccoa Falls.
VanArsdale’s 55 assists broke her own record of 48 established in 2008 and she added five blocks, five steals three kills and an ace to lead the way for the Tigers. The other two seniors, libero Maida Smajic and outside hitter Karen Green came up big in support of VanArsdale, with Smajic collecting 19 receptions and 17 digs and Green getting 16 kills, four blocks, three digs and two assists.
Brenau returns to conference play on Wednesday with a home match against Columbia, S.C. at 7 pm.
Golden Tigers shut out Reinhardt
Lauren Hagin scored the only goal of the match as Brenau defeated Reinhardt 1-0 on Monday for their sixth straight win and eighth of the last nine.
Hagin scored off a double assist from Lily Futrell and Taylor Bates to provide all the scoring in the match at the 32 minute mark of the first half. The Tigers (8-2-1) outshot the Eagles 9-3. The Tigers will have a week to get healed up before their next outing Oct. 17 at Milligan, Tenn.