Wolters Named Co-POTW; Four Earn All-CC Accolades

Wolters Named Co-POTW; Four Earn All-CC Accolades

LANCASTER, Pa. – Allison Wolters was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Co-Player of the Year, while a total of four Diplomats garnered All-CC accolades, announced by the league office on Thursday. Wolters and Nicole Russo both landed on First Team Singles, while the duo also garnered First Team Doubles honors. C.J. Rummelsburg and Sarah Haas rounded out the list with an appearance on the Second Team Doubles list. 

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Wolters (Belle Mead, N.J. / Laurel Springs School) produced the most singles wins in the Conference with a 15-5 record and a 9-1 mark in the CC. She became just the fourth in program history to earn CC Player of the Year accolades and the first since Leah Rubin in 2000, while also being the lone unanimous selection to this year's First Team. She was named the CC Player of the Week on three occasions this season when Wolters was in the midst of a 13-match winning streak that spanned Feb. 19-April 22. 

Russo (Livingston, N.J. / Livingston) was named to the First Team for the fourth consecutive season, becoming just the ninth player in CC history to accomplish that feat. She produced a 12-6 record competing primarily at the No. 2 spot in the order while tallying a 7-3 CC mark.

Wolters and Russo teamed up to form one of the most daunting doubles teams in the CC, putting together a 13-8, 7-3 CC record on the year. The duo played its best tennis from Feb. 19-April 14, winning 10 out of 11 matches. 

Rummelsburg (Fairfield, Conn. / Greens Farms Academy) and Haas (Larchmont, N.Y. / Mamaroneck) held down the No. 2 doubles position throughout the season, registering an 11-4, 7-1 CC record. The pair finished the year with wins in eight out of their last 10 contests. The honor is the second of Rummelsburg and Haas' time competing together, as the duo also earned First Team Doubles accolades in 2015. 

F&M advanced to the CC Tournament for the fourth straight season, falling to No. 40 Swarthmore by a 5-0 score in the Semifinals to close out the year with a 12-5, 8-2 CC record.