Kelsey Niebergall still winning in 2019, now with her mom, Renee.
The nearly-undefeated Esmerelda Chan-Tuyub finally brings coach Krauel the Flan he was begging for all year.
Carley Mills with her dad, Craig. Still an active mixed doubles team in 2020.
The Record Book
All-Time Record Holders
To the best of our knowledge, this is accurate. Data is only available for 2010 and beyond, but it's believed that these achievements surpassed some great accomplishments prior to 2010.
Team Record (5A): 17-1 (2013)
Team Record (6A): 12-1 (2021)
Team Singles Record (all dual matches): 52-8 (2019)
Team Singles Record (league matches only): 52-3 (2019)
Team Doubles Record (all dual matches): 73-3 (2013*)
Team Doubles Record (league matches only): Undefeated in 2012 and 2013
Singles Win Streak (league matches only): 23 (2019)
Doubles Win Streak (league matches only): 126 (2012-2014)
Highest Percentage of Games Won in a Dual-Meet:
The record of of 86% stood for 8 years (2013)
Then, out of nowhere, the JV team beat a varsity team with 94.4% (2021 JV). I had to include this as forever props to the JV squad.
Then, two days later, the 2021 varsity squad beat that with 95.05%.
* 5th doubles was played as counting matches in 2013.
Singles Wins: 39 - Courtney Mostul
Singles Wins in 1 season: 19 - Emily McDonald
Doubles Wins: 60 - Nancy Nguyen
Doubles Wins in 1 season: 19 - Abby Ramer
Doubles Wins in 1 season (team)***: 18 - Carley Mills/Kelsey Niebergall
Total Wins: 73 - Courtney Mostul
State Appearances: 4 - Allison Schwarm
State Wins (5A): 6 - Mostul/Nguyen
State Wins (6A): 5 - Allison Schwarm/Erica Lee
League Titles in Both Singles and Doubles: Mandie Jensen (2019 D, 2021 S)
*** Morgan Lushenko and Hayley Baker may also have a stake here in both 2009 and 2010 before official records were kept.
Graduated Players with 85% match win rate**:
Keatley Pihl - 94% (15-1)
Esmerelda Chan-Tuyub 93% (13-1)
Jessica Creger - 88% (38-5)
Hannah Huntington - 87% (34-5)
Amy Otis - 86% (38-6)
Sophia Mulkey - 85% (11-2)
** 10 or more varsity matches must be played
Graduated Players with Undefeated League Records:
Jessica Creger - 27 wins
Amy Otis - 22 wins
Hannah Huntington - 21 wins
Esmerelda Chan-Tuyub - 13 wins
Post-Graduation Tennis Notables:
Abby Ramer - George Fox University Tennis
Carley Mills - Linfield University Tennis
Courtney Mostul - Linfield University Tennis
Emily McDonald - George Fox University Tennis
Emily Esaki Wade - Sherwood Coach
Whitworth University Tennis
Whitworth University Asst. Coach
Whitworth All-Decade Team
Megan Wade - Tigard High Coach
Morgan Lushenko - Mountain View Coach
The 2013 League Championship celebration, which included 9 players qualifying for state.
Erica Lee / Allison Schwarm, state consolation doubles champions
Abby Ramer hugs partner Mandie Jensen after winning the league championship.
Emily McDonald with her 18th win of 2019 - the league championship
State Tournament Qualifiers:
2009: Morgan Lushenko/Hayley Baker
2010: Morgan Lushenko/Hayley Baker
2011: Courtney Mostul; Nancy Nguyen/Melinda Widows
2012: Jessica Creger; Courtney Mostul/Nancy Nguyen; Carley Mills/Kelsey Niebergall; Sydney Blomquist/Amy Otis
2013: Allison Schwarm; Courtney Mostul/Nancy Nguyen; Carley Mills/Kelsey Niebergall; Hannah Huntington/Amy Otis; Lydia Ng/Bryce Sprauer
2014: Allison Schwarm; Amy Marks/Cambria Rooney; Megan Kittle/Sabrina Adams
2015: Allison Schwarm/Erica Lee
2016: Allison Schwarm/Erica Lee
2019: Emily McDonald; Kolleen Peters; Abby Ramer/Mandie Jensen
2020: (assumed due to Covid season cancellation): Abby Ramer, Caitlyn Bering, Kelsey Murray, Mandie Jensen, Meg McLaughlin, and possibly 1-2 more (I can't even tell you who because there are so many who it could have been - check back in 2021 to see)
2021: Mandie Jensen, Lauren Anderson, Morgan McArthur
2011: NWOC Dual-Match Champions
2012: NWOC Dual-Match and Conference Tournament Champions
2013: NWOC Dual-Match and Conference Tournament Champions
2019: Pacific Conference Dual-Match Co-Champions and Conference Tournament Champions
2020: No Season Due to Covid, but Championship chances were good with McMinnville promising some more good fights