Player of the Year

Adrienne Kaye

Holy Spirit, Jr.

Repeats as Press girls tennis player of the year with a 28-2 record. Won the Cape-Atlantic League Tournament for the second straight year. Made it to the quarterfinals of the South Jersey Coaches Invitational. Also reached the third round of the state individual tournament. Has accumulated a 51-5 record at first singles in the past two years.

Singles

Sarah Lippincott

Millville, Sr.

Went 26-6-2 and led the Thunderbolts to a share of the CAL American Conference title. Finished her four-year varsity career with a 108-31-2 record. Came two wins away from tying Meghan McConnelll's all-time wins record at Millville. She made it to the quarterfinals of the South Jersey Coaches Invitational and reached the third round of the state individual tournament. Was a first team All-Star in 2008 and made the second team last season.

Blake Pescatore

Vineland, Jr.

Lost to Lippincott in the CAL semifinals, but beat her in a CAL American Conference match, and also split a match due to darkness in their final meeting. Finished the season 26-5-1 and got past the first round of the state tournament. Lost in the Round of 16 in the South Jersey Coaches Tournament. Made the Press second team as a sophomore.

Megan Tice

Middle Township, Jr.

Went 19-4 with three losses coming to Kaye, including one in the semifinals of the CAL tournament. Qualified for the state individual tournament but couldn't play due to asthma related issues.

Anna Prestera

Barnegat, So.

Moved from second to first singles posting a 21-6 individual record. Placed fifth in the first singles division of the Ocean County Tournament before losing to third-seeded Brianna Gaspich from Brick Memorial in the quarterfinal round. Played in the state individual tournament for the first time.

Doubles

Erin Hanlon, Sr.

Tamar Lewkowitz, Sr.

Mainland Regional

Won the CAL doubles crown while leading the Mustangs to their first CAL American Conference title since 2003. Mainland split the conference with Millville. Also helped the Mustangs to a South Jersey Group IV title over Eastern. Combined for a 27-1-1 record. Made way to the South Jersey Coaches quarterfinals. This is Hanlon's third-consecutive season on the first team as a doubles player and Lewkowitz's first.

Nicole Nardi, Jr.

Lauren Devine, Sr.

Mainland Regional

Played second doubles for the Mustangs and were a key factor in the the team's run to the Group IV sectional title. Undefeated in dual match play with only losses coming to Hanlon and Lewkowitz in the CAL final and Moorestown's first doubles team in the third round of the South Jersey Coaches Tournament. Lost a come from behind rally tie break match to Livingston in the first set of their Group IV state semifinal match at Mercer County Park and won the second set to finish the season at 26-2-1. (Note: the match was called due to time restraints and the match already in Livingston's favor.)

Second Team

Singles

Bridget Dandrea

OLMA, So.

Rachele Smith

Sacred Heart, Jr.

Doubles

Katie Kresz, Jr.

Dana DiStefano, Jr.

Holy Spirit

Lexi Leahy, Sr.

Cristin Stackles, Sr.

Lacey Township

Danielle Mazzola, Jr.

Brooke Thompson, Jr.

Millville

Honorable Mention

Singles

Amanda Hickman

Millville, Jr.

Connie Capone

Oakcrest, So.

Syndi Fahringer

Mainland Regional, Sr.

Doubles

Katie Smith, Sr.

Karissa Zuzulock, Sr.

Lower Cape May Regional

Heather Mazzeo, Jr.

Gabby DuBruille, So.

Ocean City

Kelsie Meyer, Sr.

Abby Bencie, So.

Sacred Heart

Amanda Jamieson, Jr.

Erica McCracken, Sr.

Vineland