Allen, Guimond, and Mora Earn NEAC All-Conference Honors

Allen, Guimond, and Mora Earn NEAC All-Conference Honors

WATERVILLE, ME – The North Eastern Athletic Conference has announced its All-Conference honors for women's tennis and Lindsey Allen (Jay, Maine / Spruce Mountain) has been named the Senior Scholar Athlete, Olivia Mora (Surry, Maine / Ellsworth) All-Conference First Team Singles, and Amelia Guimond (Fort Kent, Maine / Fort Kent) Sportsmanship Team.

Allen, a Business Management/MBA major, has served as a role model in both the classroom and on the court and is being acknowledged for her commitment to tennis and her studies. Academically, she earned the highest academic scholarship entering Thomas College, the Suma Cum Laude Scholarship. She has been a member of the National Honor Society, has played a pivotal role on the Student Philanthropy Team, served on both the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and as an Orientation Leader, and was a representative for the senior class on the Thomas College Judicial Review Board. She was heavily involved in the Terrier community all while being on the fast track program for her MBA. On the court, Allen tallied a career conference record of 12-13 in singles and 15-10 in doubles. She claimed Rookie of the Year in 2013 after going 4-1 at No. 3 and No. 4 singles and recorded a 4-1 record at No. 1 doubles. She also earned Rookie of the Week twice that season. The senior was named first team doubles in 2013 and 2014 after posting a combined 9-2 record at No. 1 doubles. Last season, she earned first team singles after tallying a 4-3 record at No. 1 singles.

Mora, who played at the No. 2 position in singles and No. 1 in doubles, posted a 14-8 mark throughout the season.  The junior finished with a 9-2 record overall on the No. 2 line while playing to 6-1 in NEAC East play.  Mora also paired with Allen to go 5-6 in No. 1 doubles, including a 3-3 record in the NEAC East.

Guimond was named to the All-NEAC East Division Sportsmanship Team for the second consecutive year. This is the second year for the honor in this form, which previously honored one institution's entire team.

The Terriers finished the 2016 season with a 3-8 record, 2-5 in NEAC East play under first-year head coach Eddie Mathews.

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