Lawley, Nasenbeny earn honors...
The two teams traveled to Florida this past week for four competitions apiece. The women faced Sacred Heart, Southern Ill.-Edwardsville, Robert Morris and Saint Joseph's, while the men faced Presbyterian, Southern Ill.-Edwardsville, Robert Morris and Saint Joseph's.
It is the second career award for Bryna Nasenbeny, who posted a 3-1 record at No. 1 singles, as well as a 3-1 record in doubles this past week. Nasenbeny won two three-set matches and a first-set tiebreaker in the other to earn three victories. Nasenbeny paired with Megan McDougall for three convincing doubles wins, as well.
Parker Lawley earns the first award of his freshman season after an undefeated week in singles, in addition to a pair of doubles wins. Lawley, competing at No. 3 singles, took two matches in straight sets and a third in a super tiebreaker. Lawley teamed with James Thorp at No. 1 doubles for two wins, as well.
The complete Summit League release is available on its website.
The women are 4-5 on the young campaign, while the men are 4-6.
SDSU men return to action on Wednesday at Air Force, while the women return on Thursday at Northern Colorado. The men also face UNC on Thursday.