GREENVILLE, Pa. – The Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) released its annual preseason women's tennis poll, which was voted upon by the league's head coaches, on Monday. Waynesburg University was picked to place fourth out of the nine conference programs.
The Yellow Jackets, which posted a fourth-place PAC record of 6-3 in 2013 (11-4 overall), garnered 48 total points from the coaches. Last year's conference champions from Westminster and perennial league power house Grove City tied for top honors in the poll with 75 points each. The two teams split the nine first-place votes, with the Titans taking five of them, and GCC claiming the other four. Saint Vincent College was predicted to take the number-three slot (63 points).
On the same day that the poll was released, the conference also unveiled its 60th anniversary team, which celebrates the PAC's organization in 1955.
Mindy Hall, a Mt. Pleasant graduate, is one of only two Waynesburg women to claim an individual PAC title, which she won in 2003 at number-two singles. She added a pair of second-team All-PAC laurels while playing number-one singles and number-one doubles in 2005.