The 2016 Lady Cougar’s Tennis Team finished the regular season undefeated at 8-0 under first year Head Coach Louise Senopoulos. In addition to winning the GSAC Conference Championship, the team also won the Women’s Tennis Region XIX Championship. The next step for the Lady Cougars Tennis Team will be the NJCAA Division III National Tournament in Peachtree City, Georgia. The team will be departing for the National Championship on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 and return Sunday, October 23, 2016.
Camden County College's 2016 Women's Tennis Team
Nathalie Rivera (1st singles, Sophomore, Eastern HS)
Quinette Awa (2nd singles, Freshman, Lindenwold HS)
Alyssa Cruz (3rd singles, Sophomore, Highland HS)
Christine Asperas (4th singles, Freshman, Highland HS)
MacKenzie Carr (5th singles, Sophomore, Highland HS)
Naimah Wise (6th singles, Freshman, Highland HS)
Meet the Coach
Louise Williams Senopoulos, Head Coach
Louise Williams Senopoulos has been the assistant varsity girls' tennis coach at Haddonfield Memorial High School since 2002.In that time she helped coach the Bulldawgs to 14 South Jersey Group II Sectional titles, 7 Group II State titles, 2 Tournament of Champions titles, and coached 2 doubles teams to state tournament victories.Louise played D3 tennis at Trinity College and also played tennis at Haddonfield where her team won 2 state titles, as well as the first Tournament of Champions ever held in NJ.She was 2 years undefeated in her doubles position. >While she will certainly miss working with the players at Haddonfield (for 6 of her 14 seasons she had the pleasure of coaching her own daughters), Louise is very excited about coaching at the college level and will bring a combination of energy, knowledge of the sport, motivational and communication skills, as well as a sense of humor to her new role as head coach at Camden CC.
Louise currently chairs two non-profit boards and plays as much tennis as possible in her free time!