30 females and 28 males recognized by the conference for their dedication inside the classroom
UMES Tennis receives academic recognition
Wagner defeats Lady Hawks, 4-0
UMES snatched their first victory of the season
UMES falls to Lady Bears, 6-0
UMES 2015 Spring Graduation inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Jim Glovier & Submitted Photos)
2015 "The Harry's" (Photo by Lloydlee Heite)
UMES Women's Tennis v. Penn State-Abington at Hawks Tennis Complex (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
2015: Won the team's Most Improved Award ... Selected to the 2015 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men's & Women's Tennis All-Academic Team ... took part in seven singles matches and went 2-5 (0-1 MEAC) overall, including wins in her last two matches ... in doubles play, she competed in 11 matches and posted a 1-10 mark ... Made her season debut at Salisbury (02/08/15) ... Picked up her first collegiate singles and doubles victories at Virginia Wesleyan (04/04/15) ... Won her singles match at St. Francis Brooklyn (04/08/15) ... named to the 2015 MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team.
Personal: Born March 5, 1992 in Bulgaria ... Daugther of Nina Manolova and Todor Manolov ... Has two brothers, Hristo & Zdravko ... Major is Sociology ... Pre-game routine/superstitions are talking to family and praying ... Plans to attend graduate school, play beach volleyball, travel, and work ... Best advice/favorite saying received is, "Life is tough, but you must be tougher." ... Hobbies outside of sports include photography and traveling ... Favorite Book/Author is The Little Prince ... Personal best sports moment is being a member of the Teen Bulgarian National Team (2005) ... Most influential person(s) is her family ... Personal best non-athletic accomplishment is graduating from junior college ... Personal athletic goals for the season is giving her best for the team ... Personal athletic goal before graduation is making the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.