Women's Tennis: Ohio Northern (5-0 Overall) - Spring Break trip to Los Angeles, Calif.

Women's Tennis: Ohio Northern (5-0 Overall) - Spring Break trip to Los Angeles, Calif.

Monday, March 4, 2019, 3 pm - at Cypress (Calif.) C.C.
Monday, March 4, 2019, 8 pm - at Occidental (Calif.)
Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 4 pm - at Cal Lutheran
Thursday, March 7, 3:30 pm - at Rio Hondo (Calif.) C.C.
Thursday, March 7, 2019 - 7 pm - at El Camino (calif.) C.C.

This Week's Matches: The Ohio Northern women's tennis team will begin take its spring break trip to the Los Angeles, Calif., area ... ONU will face off against two NCAA Division III schools and three community colleges ... The Polar Bears are coming off a 5-4 victory over Oberlin on Feb. 23 ... Northern took two of the three doubles courts as senior Ashley Ochsenhirt and junior Mackenzie Wills won 8-2 at No. 2 and the hosts got a forfeit win at No. 3 ... The Polar Bears won by forfeit at Nos. 5 and 6 singles and clinched the match when Wills won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 4 ... Thus far this season, Wills and freshman Olivia Schrager leads the Polar Bears with 8 singles wins each ... Junior Katie Curry is 7-4 in singles ... Wills and Ochsenhirt are each a team-best 8-3 in doubles action ... Wills has a team-best 16-5 overall record ... Wills is 99-38 overall and needs just one more victory to become a member of ONU's 100-Win Club ... Ochsenhirt is 92-39 in her three seasons at ONU.

Statistical Leaders:

  Singles Wins       Doubles Wins       Overall Wins  
1. Wills 8-2   1. Ochsenhirt 8-3   1. Wills 16-5
2. Schrager 8-4     Wills 8-3     Schrager 14-9
3. Curry 7-4   3. Schrager 6-5   3. Ochsenhirt 12-8
                  Curry 12-9

All-Time Series: OC leads the series between the two schools by an 8-3 margin ... OC has won 6 consecutive matches in the series, including an 8-1 win last season.

Head Coach Scott Wills: Wills begins his 18th season at the helm of the ONU women's tennis program on Wednesday … He currently stands first in coaching victories among all active Ohio college tennis coaches (NCAA DI, DII, DIII, and NAIA) and is the winningest coach in school history with a 353-92 (.793) record, including a 134-14 (.905) mark against conference competition … He has also coached the program to eight regular season conference crowns and six OAC Tournament titles.