Andrejszki Named ITA DII Womens Tennis Player Of The Year

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Lewis Andrejszki Named ITA Division II Senior Womens Tennis Player Of The Year For Midwest Region

Published: May 14, 2018.

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced on Tuesday (May 8) that Lewis University's Dora Andrejszki (Budapest, Hungary/Dozsa Gyorgy) has been selected as the ITA Division II Women's Tennis Senior Player of the Year for the Midwest Region.

"It is a great honor for Dora to be named Senior Player of the Year in the Midwest Region by the ITA," Lewis women's tennis head coach Brett Bridel said. "I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to be her coach.

"She has made such a positive impact on our tennis program and Lewis University and I will forever be grateful. Dora was a warrior on the tennis court, a scholar athlete, and a true leader in every way."

Andrejszki, who was the 2016 Great Lakes Valley Conference Player of the Year, has won a combined 55 singles and doubles matches this season. As a singles player, the Hungarian native owns a mark of 26-5 and is a combined 29-4 in doubles action. She and fellow senior Nora Mindiyarova (Moscow, Russia/Gimnasium 1577) are ranked 23rd in the latest Oracle/ITA Division II Women's National Doubles Rankings.

Lewis finished the season with a record of 11-9.

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Carl Bleicken said:
Congratulations to Dora Andrejszki for being named "Player of the Year". I had the pleasure of knowing her while she was at Armstrong State. A wonderful young Student Athlete👍👍👍

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