School-record 150 Rams achieved Academic All-Mountain West status in 2015-16
CSU wins back-to-back contests; prepares for 2 more matches this week
CSU snaps 7-match losing skid with big victory
CSU drops final true road contest of season
CSU drops Mountain West opener to UNLV
CSU Tennis vs. Wyoming - Mountain West Championship - 4/28/16
CSU Women's Tennis vs. Wyoming on April 23, 2016. At the University Tennis Complex. Photos by Abbie Parr
Colorado State student-athletes interact with children at Ram Jam. Photos by Don Reichert.
CSU tennis defeated Northern Colorado, 4-3, on April 12. Photos by Zach Balside
CSU picked up its first win of the spring season with a victory over CSU-Pueblo - 2/5/16 [Photos by Don Reichert]
JUNIOR (2015-16): Helped CSU’s No. 2 doubles team to five victories while competing with partner Emily Kolbow… The five doubles wins were tied for the most on the team… Biggest win came against No. 75 UNLV (Feb. 28)… Earned four singles wins, competing at the No. 3-6 positions… Twice was victorious in both singles and doubles play (vs. Omaha on April 9 and vs. Northern Colorado on April 12)… Added three doubles victories during fall play… Earned Academic All-Mountain West recognition.
SOPHOMORE (2014-15): Had the team’s best winning percentage, going 5-3 in singles play… The five victories were tied for the second-most on the team... Was undefeated at the No. 5 position (2-0)… Competing in the No. 6 spot, earned a victory over No. 54 New Mexico (April 12) to help CSU win one of its biggest matches in program history… Also won her doubles match against nationally ranked New Mexico… Won four doubles matches, in addition to two tournament wins during the fall season… Went 3-1 with Mollie Cooper as her partner… Also won three singles matches during fall tournaments.
FRESHMAN (2013-14): Competed in 11 singles matches, earning her first collegiate victory against Utah State (April 11)… Played at the No. 5 and 6 positions… Competed in seven doubles matches, defeating Colorado Mesa (Feb. 9) with teammate Maddie Buxton.
PRE-COLLEGIATE: Spent five years playing for TuS Bruchhausen 02 in Arnsberg, Germany... Held the No. 1 singles spot as a foreign exchange student at Fort Collins High School... Compiled a 9-1 record for the Lambkins in 2011, her lone season competing in the United States… Qualified for the Colorado 5A state championship, the state’s highest classification.
PERSONAL: Born Jan. 23, 1994 in Arnsberg, Germany… Parents are Manfred Voss and Antje Schuermann-Voss… Has one older brother, Dominik… Majoring in business administration with a focus in marketing.
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