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3CRTS Ole i vi i „ Women ' s Tennis 1999 SEC Scoreboard Date opponent Score February 27 Kentucky W7-2 March 7 Arkansas W7-2 March 10 Georgia L5-4 March 17 LSU W7-2 March 20 Mississippi St. W8-1 March 28 Vanderbilt W5-1 April 1 Florida L8-1 April 3 Tennessee W5-1 April 9 S. Carolina W6-3 April 16 Auburn W7-2 April 18 Alabama W9-0 April 22-25 SEC Championships Kentucky W5-0 Georgia W5-4 Florida W5-4 May 14-16 NCAA Regionals Maryland W5-0 North Carolina W5-1 May 20-28 NCAA Final 16 - Fresno State W5-1 Duke L5-0 1998-99 Women ' s Tennis Roster Name Courtenay Chapman Julie Charvat Camilla Gould Mariana Eberle Celeste Frey Alesya Ignatieva Irena Mihailova Ivona Mihailova Agnes Muzamel Hometown Jackson, MS Desterhan, LA Montgomery, AL Buenos Aires, Argentina Santa Fe, Argentina Bradenton, FL Skopje, Macedonia Skopje, Macedonia Budapest, Hungary Head Coach: Jerry Montgomery Assistant Coach: Kevin Cory The 1999 Ole Miss Women ' s Tennis Team finished their season with an out- standing record of 21 wins and just 4 loss- es. The Lady Rebels dominated the SEC by defeating Arkansas, Kentucky, Missis- sippi State, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, South Carolina, Auburn, and Alabama, accumu- lating a 12-2 record in the SEC. They were led by All-American senior Agnes Muza- mel, a three-time All-SEC and three-time All-American who finished the year ranked No. 4 in the nation, junior Ivona Mihailova, an All-SEC who finished the year ranked No. 37, and senior Courtenay Chapman, an All-SEC and three-time All- American. The Lady Rebels also brought home their first SEC Conference Title by defeat- ing the defending NCAA Champion, The University of Florida. The Lady Rebels 228 3flfp broke Florida ' s 69-consecutive SEC win- ning streak and a 5 3-consecutive dual- match streak in the playoff matches, the team also earned their third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championships as the No. 4 seed. The Lady Rebels took home five of the seven awards given out each year for the ITA South Region. Agnes Muzamel was named the Senior-Player-of-the-Year, while Courtenay Chapman was awarded the Authur Ashe Jr. Sportsmanship and Leadership Award. Ivona Mihailova received the Cissie Leary Award for Sportsmanship, and Assistant coach Kevin Cory was named Co-Assistant Coach-of- the-Year. Head Coach Jerry Montgomery earned his second SEC Coach-of-the-Year honors.
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IVONA MIHAILOVA Playing sports in an intercollegiate team is something many students wish to do, and the two of us have been fortunate enough to play intercollegiate tennis. Playing varsity tennis for the University of Mississippi is a spe- cial story- a truly exciting experience. We came from the Republic of Macedonia to Oxford three years ago with very little knowledge about the stu- dent life in the USA and the characteristics of the South. What we really did not know was that we were about to experience one of the best times in our lives. The Rebel family welcomed us as one of their own and helped us progress not only as tennis players, but as people as well. Being a Top Ten nationally ranked team, the Lady Rebels and Coach Montgomery had already paved the way well before we came. Our task was to keep the tra- dition alive. These past three years went by so fast, and we both loved every minute of them. We succeeded in keeping the tradition by maintaining a Top Ten nation- ally ranked team, and every year moving up. The last year of the millennium was especially significant for both of us and the rest of the Lady Netters, as we won the Southeastern Conference Champions Title. On our way to the trophy we defeated two nationally ranked teams, Georgia ( 3) and Florida ( 1). In a very dramatic finals match against Florida, the two of us played the last deciding match, and pulled a victory for our team. This victory brought the first SEC title to an Ole Miss women ' s sports team. In addition, we were both named First Team All-SEC doubles, and Ivona and Agnes Muzamel were named First Team All-SEC in singles. The team was named academic Ail-American, and we were both named academic All-SEC, along with Courtenay Chapman. Being a part of such a strong-minded group of people brings only good things. Neither one of us would want to be a part of any other team, besides the Lady Rebels: Courtenay Chapman, Julie Charvat, Julie DeRoo, Mariana Eberle, Celeste Frey, Camilla Gould, Alesya Ignatieva, Ivona Mihailova, Irena Mihailova, Agnes Muzamel, and Mira Radu. And a very special thanks goes from each one of us to the main influence behind our team ' s success. Coach Jerry Montgomery. -i-VOn(X fohcu) QJ DVQ Ju Mz 111
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