NAIA Women's Tennis Championship

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NAIA Women's Tennis Championship
NAIA logo.png
Sport Tennis
Founded 1981
Country  United States
 Canada
Most recent
champion(s)
Georgia Gwinnett (1)
Official website NAIA.com

The NAIA Women's Tennis Championship is the annual tournament to determine the national champions of women's NAIA collegiate tennis in the United States and Canada. Held annually since 1981, three separate championships are contested each year: team, singles, and doubles.[1]

The most successful program are Auburn–Montgomery, with 13 NAIA national titles.

The current champions are Georgia Gwinnett, who won their first national title in 2014.

Results[edit]

Year Site Champions Notes
1981 Overland Park, Kansas Grand Canyon
Guilford
co-champions
1982 Overland Park, Kansas Westmont
1983 Overland Park, Kansas Charleston
1984 Overland Park, Kansas Arkansas-Little Rock (1)
1985 Overland Park, Kansas Arkansas-Little Rock (2)
1986 Overland Park, Kansas North Florida
1987 Overland Park, Kansas Flagler (1)
1988 Overland Park, Kansas Flagler (2)
1989 Overland Park, Kansas Flagler (3)
1990 Overland Park, Kansas Flagler (4)
1991 Overland Park, Kansas Flagler (5)
1992 Overland Park, Kansas Auburn Montgomery (1)
1993 Overland Park, Kansas Lynn (1)
1994 Tulsa, Oklahoma Mobile
1995 Tulsa, Oklahoma Lynn (2)
1996 Tulsa, Oklahoma Lynn (3)
1997 Tulsa, Oklahoma Brigham Young-Hawaii (1)
1998 Tulsa, Oklahoma Brigham Young-Hawaii (2)
1999 Boca Raton, Florida Auburn Montgomery (2)
Brenau (1)
co-champions
2000 Lexington, Kentucky Auburn Montgomery (3)
2001 Lexington, Kentucky Auburn Montgomery (4)
2002 Peachtree City, Georgia Brenau (2)
2003 Peachtree City, Georgia Northwood-Florida
2004 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (5)
2005 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (6)
2006 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (7)
2007 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (8)
2008 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (9)
2009 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (10)
2010 Mobile, Alabama Fresno Pacific
2011 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (11)
2012 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (12)
2013 Mobile, Alabama Auburn Montgomery (13)
2014 Mobile, Alabama Georgia Gwinnett College (1)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NAIA Women's Tennis Championship Results" (PDF). NAIA. NAIA Honors.com. Retrieved January 23, 2016. 

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