May 10, 2005
CLEMSON, SC – Clemson women’s tennis standout Julie Coin was named the ITA Southeast Region Senior Player of the Year. The senior from Amiens, France, enters her final NCAA Championships ranked #2 in the nation. Coin is one of eight players selected as a region player of the year and is eligible for the National Player of the Year award. The recipient of that honor will be announced on the evening of May 22 in Athens, GA.
Coin is the first Clemson women’s tennis player selected as the ITA Southeast Region Senior Player of the Year in the award’s 18-year history. She boasts a 31-4 overall record for the 2004-05 season and a 22-2 mark in dual matches. Coin is 23-2 when facing ranked opponents this year. She compiled a 19-match winning streak to begin the dual season, the second-longest in school history and longest to occur during a single season.
Over her career, Coin has won 94 matches, which ranks seventh in Clemson history for career wins. With her 24 doubles victories this season, she moved into sixth in school history with 85 total. Coin is also listed among the top 10 in the record books for most sets won with 194 over her three-year career at Clemson. She ranks eighth in that category.
Coin and the Tigers begin play in the 2005 NCAA Regionals on Friday, May 13. They face Furman at 2:30 pm.
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