30 females and 28 males recognized by the conference for their dedication inside the classroom
Current & former student-athletes recognized at UMES Commencement
UMES Tennis receives academic recognition
Wagner defeats Lady Hawks, 4-0
UMES falls to Lady Bears, 6-0
UMES Women's Tennis v. Penn State-Abington at Hawks Tennis Complex (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)
2015: Named to the 2015 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Men's & Women's Tennis All-Academic Team ... participated in six singles matches and went 0-6 (0-2 MEAC) overall ... in doubles play, she competed in eight matches and went 1-7 (0-2 MEAC) ... Made her season debut at Salisbury (02/08/15) ... Won her doubles match with teammate Aleksandra Manolova at Virginia Wesleyan (04/04/15) ... named to the 2015 MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team.
2013: Played number 1 singles and number 1 doubles with Collazos, Abrams, and Jennings during the season...Went 1-8 in singles competition and 0-7 in doubles...Named UMES Women's Tennis Coach's Award Recipient and MVP.
Personal:born in Cameroon on October 10, 1993...daughter of Emmaculate Cheyson...biology and sociology double major at UMES...wants to go to medical school upon graduation...wakes up at 8a.m. everyday...favorite quote is "Opportunity is who we are" by Barack Obama...hobbies include reading and recycling...favorite book is The Dark Half by Stephen King...favorite movie is Mission Impossible III