Georgetown News
Women's Tennis - Fri, Jun. 15, 2007

Georgetown College sophomores Emily Kerrick and Sarah Yost have been named NAIA Tennis Honorable Mention All-Americans. This is the first time the school has had any student-athletes recognized as an All-American in women's tennis and Head Coach Kevin Calhoun says Kerrick and Yost are examples of a new direction for the program.

"This is an absolute thrill," said Calhoun. "They have worked really hard, dedicated themselves and to have this recognition shows that we are doing the right things."

Kerrick, a kinesiology major from Lexington, is a two-time Mid-South All-Conference selection in both singles and doubles and was named a MSC Player-of-the-Week in April. In addition, she has ranked as high as #44 in singles and #23 in doubles, with Yost, this season and has played as the top seed all season in both singles and doubles play. Yost, also a two-time MSC All-Conference selection in singles and doubles, is a native of Manchester.

Both student-athletes say they are happy to have placed themselves in the college's history books. "I just have a big grin on my face right now," said Kerrick.

 
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