2000-2001 Cowgirl Tennis Informational Press Release

Oct. 9, 2000

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

This Week: The University of Wyoming women's tennis team will be offuntil Oct. 20-22 when it competes at the Louisville Invitational inLouisville, Ky.

Davis Enters Second Season: Wyoming head coach Pam Davis is in hersecond year at UW. Wyoming had an overall record of 8-14 during the1999-2000 season, including 1-7 in the Mountain West Conference. Daviscame to Wyoming from East Tennessee State, where she had a record of41-34 in four years.

Cowgirls to Feature Five Newcomers: Wyoming will be counting on fivenewcomers in the 2000-2001 season. All of the new players are freshman,and each of them brings talent and exciting ability to the Cowgirlsquad. The newcomers are Jenny Bowman, Jen Hancock, Stacy Kneese,Yuliani Santi and Toni Terhaar. The returnees are senior AngelaDossetor, junior Sofi Espinosa and sophomore Paulina del Monte.Espinosa had 11 victories last year, while Dossetor had eight and delMonte had seven.

Cowgirls Compete at BYU Invite: The Wyoming tennis team wrapped upcompetition Sept. 30 at the Brigham Young University Invitational, heldin Provo, Utah. Wyoming was led by junior Sofi Espinosa and freshmanJen Hancock. Espinosa placed third in flight three singles action,going 3-1 on the weekend. Espinosa defeated Heather Shelby of Air Force6-3, 6-3 to claim third-place. Hancock finished fourth in flight fourby going 2-2. Hancock lost the third-place match to Laurie Cheung ofBoise State 7-6, 7-6, which took three hours and forty minutes. Inother singles action Jenny Bowman, Toni Terhaar, Stacy Kneese andPaulina del Monte all went 1-2 at the tournament while Angela Dossetorand Yuliani Santi were 0-2 in their individual flights. In doublesaction, the Cowgirls were led by the team of freshmen Bowman andTerhaar. Bowman and Terhaar placed fourth in doubles flight one, justmissing out on third-place with a close 9-8 match. The doubles teams ofKneese/Espinosa and del Monte/Hancock both went 1-2 and didn't place.The tournament featured many of the top teams in the region. Competingalong with Wyoming were Brigham Young, Washington State, Colorado State,Boise State, Air Force, Utah and Utah State.

Complete Wyoming individual results:

Jenny Bowman 1-2 Flight OneAngela Dossetor 0-2 Flight OneYuliani Santi 0-2 Flight TwoToni Terhaar 1-2 Flight TwoSofi Espinosa 3-1 Flight ThreeStacy Kneese 1-2 Flight ThreeJen Hancock 2-2 Flight FourPaulina del Monte 1-2 Flight Four

Davis' Take: The following are quotes from University of Wyoming headwomen's tennis coach Pam Davis after the BYU Invitational: "We startedthe tournament out on the right foot. We played very well to get thingsgoing. But as we advanced, we faced stiffer competition and had sometough matches. There were lots of talented players here and the levelof play wasn't like anything we've seen this year so far. We are stilllearning about ourselves and discovering what combinations work best forus. But overall it was a solid weekend for us. We had some goodperformances and our younger players are really coming along."