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The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin has announced that three Carthage College women's tennis players have been named to the 2017 All-CCIW Women's Tennis Second Team. Named to the second team this season was Angelica Emmanouil, Casey Frommer and Max Mella. This is the second-straight year that the trio has been named all-conference.Fall 2017
The roster of the 2016-17 Carthage Women's Tennis team.Spring 2017
Casey Frommer was named First Team All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin in Women's Tennis.Fall 2016Verified by Carthage CollegeExpand ▾
The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin announced Wednesday, September 7th that Carthage College Lady Red Casey Frommer has been named the first CCIW Women's Tennis Player of the Week for the 2016-17 season. Frommer, went 5-0 for the Lady Reds this past week at St. Norbert and Wisconsin-Whitewater.Fall 2016
The roster of the 2015-16 Carthage Women's Tennis Team.Spring 2016
Carthage College freshman Casey Frommer was named College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Women's Tennis Player of the Week on Wednesday afternoon. The Highland Park, Illinois native made a lasting impact on the Carthage College women's tennis team's lone match on the week at Lake Forest College on April 24. Frommer, and her doubles teammate Angelica Emmanouil, notched an 8-6 victory over the Christi Valicenti/Grace Dowling duo. This happened to be the #1 doubles match.Spring 2016
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