Head Coach Jason Chapman has led Bellevue College women’s tennis to 12 NWAC titles in the last 13 seasons, including a streak of eight consecutive from 2005-2012. The Bulldogs won their fourth straight NWAC title in 2017 behind sophomore Moriah Austin, the NWAC singles champion.
The Bulldogs took the team title with 132 points to 129 ahead of runner-up Highline.Marisaa Kirk won the No. 2 singles title and Candice Conley the No. 5 singles crown. Holly Wright was runner-up at No. 3 singles; Kathleen Nolan was second at No. 4 singles; and Ha Nguynen second at No. 6.
Austin and Kirk were runners-up at No. 1 doubles; while Wright-Nolan won No. 2 doubles; and Conley-Yuri Takagi took the No. 3 singles crown.
Chapman, who was named in 2016 as Coach of the Year for the 11th time, has had several players moving on to play at four-year college, including at the NCAA Division I level. Chapman was Coach of the Year on both the men’s and women’s sides in the NWAC in 2015.
Last Updated May 13, 2018